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Hijab Mounties??? That's going too far. "Uniform" means "uniform!"

Reader comment on item: Hijabs & Other Islamic Garb as Part of Uniforms in the West

Submitted by Michael S (United States), Sep 14, 2016 at 15:45

There is something blasphemous, about Canadian Mounties wearing hijabs. I strongly object. When does it all end? I've seen people with rings in their noses, spiked hair, dreadlocks, Afros, togas, men in dresses, people in sandals wearing lampshades on their heads, Sikh turbans on American wannabees, bikinis and much less, tattoos, earlobes with huge holes in them, you name it; but a uniform is supposed to be

U - N - I - F - O - R - M

as in, "all the same".

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