How to be a stupid protester…as opposed to a smart one!

I just read an article about people protesting Sharia Law in the United States.  I have a question….”where in the United States is Sharia Law actually being practiced?”( Article on USA Today)

Which brings about my second question….”If you are NOT Muslim, why in tarnation do you care about Sharia Law?”  It doesn’t apply to you.

It seems to me that we in the United States have forgotten how to protest.  People are protesting things that we don’t even have to deal with…like Sharia Law. So I thought I would put together a short list on how to protest properly.

  1. Know why you are protesting. You’d think this would be obvious, but it isn’t.

  2. Don’t just carry a sign with a catchy slogan. Actually be capable of explaining to someone what that sign means.
  3. Have a “REAL” problem.  Like global climate change…or single payor insurance…or social programs for the poor and disabled.

  4. Don’t protest just to get your picture in the newspapers or on a tv blurb. You will inevitably come across as a total twit.


5 thoughts on “How to be a stupid protester…as opposed to a smart one!

  1. It always amazes me when journalists give the mic to people protesting, to explain their point… 9/10 times, an eggplant with a wig would do a better job.

    I feel ashamed for them everytime!

    Great list 🙂


    1. Okay, you made me snort cocola out of my nose laughing! an “eggplant with a wig!” gawd! lol


      1. LOL Sorry for that… No, I am not really! Mouahahaha

        And if you knew how not a fan of eggplants I am… You would understand that I wouldn’t trust them to give very good interviews either!! 😛


      2. makes me want to post “an interview with an eggplant”….rofl


  2. Suze, I saw that also. We must understand that most of tRump’s supporters believe that Sharia is mainline Muslim and that every Muslim woman in traditional dress is a potential terrorist. We simply cannot underestimate the stupidity that has burdened us with this load of BM.


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