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Saturday, November 05, 2011

Cowboys and Iranians’ Poster draws commentary in popular Katy restaurant.

Here it is again... someone's offended by a picture that's been hanging in a local establishment for years.  Someone looking for publicity and a chance to win cash and prizes if possible for "Politically Incorrect" BS.

What about us, as Americans going into a local "quickie mart" and seeing a picture of an Ayotollah or leader of some foreign country hanging on the wall, and no picture of OUR President...whoever it may be?
Do WE demand they remove it?

If this business owner wants to hang this circa 1979 poster as a reminder of that time in our history, he has every right to.  I support he said; "I'm not forcing ANYONE to come to my restaurant...and no one's complained until now."  Go figure... hey Wafai!  Get over it; it's a poster...not a shrine.

I found it interesting how ABC News ID'd the pic for their "left wing" bias here.
Check it out for yourself HERE.
Nonmacher's BBQ - Katy, Texas. 
From MyFOX Houston

Poster Drawing Fire at Barbecue Restaurant

FOX Faceoff

Updated: Friday, 04 Nov 2011, 10:36 PM CDT
Published : Friday, 04 Nov 2011, 10:36 PM CDT
HOUSTON - There’s controversy at a barbecue restaurant in Katy, and it’s all because of this poster.
It portrays a man hanging from a tree with the words, “Let’s play Cowboys and Iranians.”
Earlier this week, a customer at Non-Machers Barbecue complained about the picture.
But employees told her the sign had been up there for years and wasn’t coming down.
So, should it come down.
We asked community activist Quanell X and KTRH morning show host Matt Patrick for their thoughts.
Watch the video to learn more.

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Commentary and Post by Jeff - 11.5.2011
...this is one of those that deserves a "Pardon Me..."


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  2. ...the real story was told by Mr. Nonmacher. That's all the story we need on this one.