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Lefties Panic: the 2012 GOP Convention Logo Has A Secret Hidden Minaret In It!

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Posted on August 11 2010 5:00 pm
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In a dramatic turnaround, GOPers have apparently gone from being anti-diversity Muslim-haters to secret Muslim fanatics. As you may know, the RNC’s 2012 convention is being held in Tampa, Florida. And, according to the hysterical lefties at Talking Points Memo, showcasing a historical building on the Tampa skyline is actually a secret ploy by GOPers to feature a minaret in their convention logo, because they’re going to do something with Muslims… or something.

You can see the evidence of the GOP-Muslim conspiracy in the photo of the convention logo, which TPM has helpfully added an arrow to so that you can find the “hidden” minaret. But what does it all mean??

The RNC’s 2012 convention logo features the Tampa Bay skyline and one of the buildings apparently represented in the logo is what was formerly the Old Tampa Bay Hotel, a prominent feature of the Florida city’s skyline. What’s interesting is that the Old Tampa Bay Hotel is a product of the so-called “Moorish Revival” architectural style. And the building is graced by six minarets, the small towers built around a mosque to call worshipers to prayer. The minarets even include the spires with half crescents, a well-known symbol of Islam.

So is it one of the building’s six minarets in the RNC logo? Or is it one of the building’s four cupolas? It looks to us like the minaret. But look at the picture and judge for yourself.

It’s “apparently” representing the old Tampa Bay Hotel, now owned by the University of Tampa. But it’s only “apparently” representing that. It could be a secret GOP conspiracy! Maybe all of the anti-Muslim racist GOP hatemongers will lose their minds!!

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