Standing Up Against Hate on the Huffington Post
It's like, "I like black people. Some of my best friends are black but I can't stand n****rs". The bigot is expressing the special loop-hole of liking Jews who don't act like the steroetype.
First off, this comment was deleted from the HP.Second, I think it'd be VERY interesting to get a picture of what highlighted hate items here have been too vile for even the HP, and which ones are considered acceptable discourse. We are getting a clearer picture through the great work of this site on the nature of posters; I will at some point look at the deleted/non-deleted ? in detail so we can get a sense of what the moderators are thinking (or, frankly, IF they're thinking at all).
And to think, I haven't been referred to as a "kike" since high school.At least not to my face.Sick bastards.
Hey guys we've started to employ a slight comment policy. We used to have completely open comments but then people abused it. So our comment policy is such: No obvious trolling or spamming. And be warned: unlike the Huffington Post we actually enforce our comment policy.