- May 2007
- your place
I'm perfectly calm. Now when will you stop sticking up for a known bigot?
You are wanting to say she is a bigot first and use that for the context. I am not making any comment about her in terms of bigotry. I am saying that in this instance what she said is not bigoted in itself. She made a comment about her and other Muslims being stereotyped and discriminated against. You are taking a phrase within her comment and saying it is the comment. Again please refer to the dictionary definition I provided and review the definition of context. It means to read the verbiage before and after the phrase and use that for clarification.