You breed a new generation of bigoted caucasian officer when you belittle them and treat them unfairly.
Yet we do not hear that critics of the pope are bigoted, “Christianophobic.”
There is an indisputable link between inflammatory, bigoted rhetoric and the soaring incidence of hate crimes nationwide.
If he had said that it was bigoted to have a passing worry about Muslims on airplanes, would that have been OK?
And, by 2016, it will be more clear than it is today that their bigoted position is a big electoral loser for them.
His Whiggism is so bigoted, and his Christianity so fierce, that he almost disgusts one with two very good things!'
That was his fault; he was as good and charitable a man as ever lived, but he was bigoted.
My poor country must suffer long before she can overcome the opposition of bigoted loyalty.
You do not regard that bigoted Englishwoman as a companion, do you?
And Isabella might have had a similar cognomen, had not the Spaniards continued as bloody as her age and as bigoted as herself.