Is it sad that I know a LOT of parents that think this way? I bet some of you do too.
That’s really sad… some of my favorite people in the world don’t share my political affiliation or my religious views, some people are really missing out. It’s not only their loss but the country’s too….
It’s just a pity there’s no “sarcasm” font, donthcaknow?
But why the mother and the child are wearing BLUE???
Sareen is using her comic to send subliminal messages ! Burn her !
*takes a breath..*
The third panel doesn’t seem that implausible here these days. Hell, I’m being called a race traitor for having differing political views to the rest of my family… and they wonder why I don’t care especially much for racial pride, heritage or any of that nonsense. /rant
I hate such things. When looking for friends, I don’t look for religion, neither sects, nor politics. I just look for your jewel.
@&#$(&*@#$ religion 3ala (!)*$#)(!&#)$&(8 ill politics 3ala !*($&(&#@$ ill sects…
I dont think kids nowadays know how to use a jump rope or even play outside ipads and ipods would represent them better
Well, well, WELL put!
Perfect depiction as to how early bigotry is inculcated in children…
Human tragedy starts right there!
Way to go Sareen.
This is more common than we can imagine. Happened when I was my kids age and happening again with my kids. Rewind back to Dark Ages.
Lots of parents think this way and lot of non-parents as well. And it can cover a whole pile of subjects not just limited to political and religious. Well said!
Terrible when people are like that. I wonder if it’s just as bad when people are “no you can’t play with her, her parents are intolerant”. It seems like it’s in our nature to be mean .
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