Here, I'll start:
Destiny: My mother went to college in Albuquerque ---> Suzy Q: My mother went to college with a turkey ---> Bobby B: My Brother pays homage by eating jerky ---> Kathy J-N: Almost all of Amir Omar's political contributions came from out of state, and he then used them to fund the campaigns of other Richardson Coalition candidates...oh, and by the way, he never really graduated from A&M.
I have to tell you, I'm not really a big fan of this game and I don't think I want to play anymore.
Upon pulling the public records (because these allegations just sounded too darn juicy to pass up), I came to find out that only 5 of Amir's one hundred and seventeen contributors were from states outside of Texas, some of which were relatives.
Furthermore, after a very detailed account of how some politically prominent, amateur private eyes uncovered the shocking fact that Mr.Omar did not graduate from A&M, I was able to get a picture of his degree...
So seriously, enough of this. Please quit trying to make a sucker out of me.
We get it, he's Muslim and that's scary.
I didn't vote for Amir for that same reason. But now that I see him doing such good things in Richardson, and not just on Monday nights either, but in his spare time as well- walking neighborhoods, meeting with citizens, trying to find out how to make their quality of life better- I am very impressed.
If you really need to bitch about someone, and it has nothing to do with ethnicity, then why not start gossiping and making up stories about some of the other councilmen, the ones who aren't actually going out of their way to make Richardson better.
Honestly though, if we as Christians want to play by the rules....I think I recall something being etched in a tablet once about 'bearing false witness,' and how that's a 'shalt not.'
Barb, your rebuttal? :) ...please, please, please mention Amir's futon and the hatchback again. I really enjoy that one.