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Since January, Bigot said they already recorded six confirmed infection among dogs and six human deaths due to rabies.
If I'm a bigot, the whole of Christianity throughout history is bigoted.
As Meryl Streep slammed Walt Disney by calling him a "gender bigot" and an anti-Semitic, she praised fellow Hollywood actress Emma Thompson, who won best actress in the National Board of Review Awards.
In his letter he states that the foster children in Rotherham were taken away by 'left wing racists and bigots' so can he give us any concrete proof that the social worker involved is a Labour member or supporter?
BERLIN a In deciding whether to list Hezbollah as a terrorist group, the EU will consider as a key factor the outcome of the Bulgarian inquiry into the July suicide bombing that killed five Israeli tourists and a Bulgarian bus driver, French Ambassador to Israel Christophe Bigot told The Jerusalem Post on Monday.
She looked me in the eye before spitting out: "When are you a bigot? Why are you a bigot?
I thought it was "interesting" to read the letter to the editor from the utility man telling everyone about the bigot and I hope the cafe goes out of business.
Other words include 'moratorium,' 'socialism' and 'bigot', reports the Daily Mail.
Summary: The lifelong Labour supporter branded a "bigot" by Gordon Brown has said she was more offended at being called "that woman".
She further stated that both the mainstream political parties of the country have decided to let the bigot be bigot, so the incumbent will not bother to held discussions over it at the parliaments forum.
And in the extreme, those who cling to unreasonable views are bigots. Elsewhere in the Dreher interview, Gallagher states: "Same-sex marriage is founded on a lie about human nature: 'there is no difference between same-sex and opposite sex unions and you are a bigot if you disagree." Indeed, Gallagher uses the term "bigot" and its cognates no fewer than five times in the short interview.