Asked about Hezbollah's role in aiding the Syrian regime to violently wipe out the pro-democracy movement, Bigot
said, "Hezbollah has a lot of activities" and is also "part of Lebanon's government.
How can we get rid of bigots
when you go to see Rangers or Celtic and there are men selling UVF or IRA stuff to kids?
This leads to a kind of double-counting of the arguments: For any argument X that supporters offer, opponents complain both that the other side is saying X and that anyone who disagrees with X is a bigot
The campaign for free trade, for example, brought forth noisy counter-demonstrations both from reactionary nationalists and from mobs disrupting public meetings in the name of the working class, prompting this riposte from the historian: "Whenever I hear bigots
who are opposed to all reform, and anarchists who are bent on universal destruction, join in the same cry, I feel certain that it is an absurd and mischievous cry; and surely never was there a cry so absurd and mischievous as this cry against cheap loaves.
The inability to grasp this marks not only the ways in which the bigot
is contemptible but also all the ways in which the bigot
Speaking at her home in Airdrie, Hama, 32, said: "It's unfair to call me a racist or a bigot
because I am neither.
These left-wing racists and bigots
in Rotherham - and that's what they are - should be sacked on the spot.
Coutts said: "Coutts are sponsors only of Stonewall's Writer of the Year Award and have in no way been involved in the judging or support of the Bigot
of the Year category.
The original draft was given to the press and apparently former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey was deeply offended at being branded a bigot
I feel I am very tolerant to the views of many others on many subjects, but because a person has his/her own views on any subject does not make them a bigot
WELL at last it's official, if you have any concerns over immigration, you are now officially a bigot
It stems from the name that was used, originally, for religious bigot