It’s like going into a strip bar and being offended by nudity.

It’s a Catholic University, for God’s sake. Really, it’s for God’s sake. And Muslims who CHOOSE of their own free will to pay lots of money and attend this Catholic religious educational institution, are now complaining and filed a 60 page complaint with the D.C. Office of Human Rights against Catholic University in Washington, D.C. for violating their “human rights” by not providing them with special prayer rooms that are devoid of any Christian symbols such as the cross.

I would love to think this was a joke. Or at least that it was some mentally unbalanced fringe character who filed the lawsuit. But no (or maybe yes), it was an attorney and professor at George Washington University who filed the complaint. The Office of Human Rights expects the investigation to take as long as six months. It should take six seconds: it’s a private Catholic University, assimilate or go to a Muslim school or a government school. And then let’s talk about how you feel about a Christian church in Mecca.

It’s like going to the Louvre and filing a complaint that there is not a single room in the entire museum that is devoid of art. Or like going to La Scala and being offended that singing filled the entire opera house. Or like watching the World Series and being offended by the balls.

*my title comes from a comment on this article~thanks, Timothy in Georgia

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2 Responses to It’s like going into a strip bar and being offended by nudity.

  1. Ha! I’m glad you wrote about this because I was too incensed to write anything nice. Oy vey! The downward spiral is getting faster and faster. Ok, I’m done. I’d better go before I say something I’ll regret. Logic. We need common sense to make a comeback!

  2. Jen says:

    Hi Debi! If you can’t say anything nice…come sit by me. ;-)

    And as Charlton Heston said, “Political correctness is tyranny with manners.”

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