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 Muslims (Jeff Foxworthy)

You gotta love Jeff
Oops, Can I say that?
Have you ever wondered why it's OK to make jokes about Catholics, the Pope, Jews, Christians, the Irish, the Italians, the Polish, the Chinese, the French (including French Canadians), the elderly, bad golfers, etc., but it’s insensitive to make jokes about Muslims?  We need to level the playing field for the sake of political correctness...

Jeff Foxworthy on Muslims:
1. If you refine heroin for a living, but you have a moral objection to liquor,
You may be a Muslim.
2. If you own a $3,000 machine gun and a $5,000 rocket launcher, but you can't afford shoes,
You may be a Muslim.
3. If you have more wives than teeth,
You may be a Muslim.
4. If you wipe your butt with your bare hand but consider bacon to be unclean,
You may be a Muslim.
5. If you think vests come in two styles: Bullet-proof and suicide. 
You may be a Muslim.
6. If you can't think of anyone you haven't declared jihad against,
You may be a Muslim.
7. If you consider television dangerous but routinely carry explosives in your clothing,
You may be a Muslim.
8. If you were amazed to discover that cell phones have uses other than setting off roadside bombs,
You may be a Muslim.
9. If you have nothing against women and think every man should own at least four,
You may be a Muslim.
10. If you find this offensive and don't forward it,
You may be a Muslim.


M. Ray Crabbinson said...

I don't think Jeff Foxworthy said this.

delagar said...

If you think xenophobic jokes are funny, you probably vote GOP.

If the only time you care about women's rights are when you can be righteous about Muslims, you probably vote GOP.

If you're stupid enough to think Jeff Foxworthy wrote these, you definitely voted for Donald Trump.

charlie said...

Jeff Foxworthy?

Uh, no. Unlike this listing, Foxworthy is actually funny on occasion.


Mr_Creosote said...

Yeah, they pull stuff like this all the time: putting right-wing words and talking points into the mouths of comedians who are anything BUT right wing. Foxworthy, George Carlin etc.

If you think about it, it would seem that the fact that right wing dads feel the need to invoke popular liberal figures to make their points is an admission that they know they've lost the culture war, and with it, their chance to roll back US culture to the early 50s.

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