http://www.foxnews.com/us/2010/12/07/nh ... socialist/
"It would be nice if someone would read this sad-eyed crowd the Sermon on the Mount, accompanied by a rousing commentary on income inequality and the need for a hike in the minimum wage. But Jesus makes his appearance here only as a corpse; the living man, the wine-guzzling vagrant and precocious socialist, is never once mentioned, nor anything he ever had to say. Christ crucified rules, and it may be that the true business of modern Christianity is to crucify him again and again so that he can never get a word out of his mouth," Ehrenreich writes.
Now imagine if someone had said that about Muhammed... would the book have even been published? or if they had said it about MLK? Would the school have decided to leave the book in place while they look for less offensive material?
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