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Thursday, 28 November 2013

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A 'Hispanic' Man Reacts to This Article

WASHINGTON DC - America is once again taking sides in the latest wave of the politically correct maelstrom.

"I vehemently and catagorically oppose the use of the the word 'Black' in the term 'Black Friday' used to descibe a major shopping day, the Friday after Thanksgivin'" barked Sharpdon. "I find it to be racial in it's motive, I mean 'Black Friday' is the day you get all the good deals out shoppin', what they really mean is 'on this day you can be like the black man and almost 'steal' all this stuff, or, be like the black man on the government assistance and get all this stuff without havin' to pay for it".

"We believe in tolerance" explained Whitey Whiterton of WADD (Whites Against Discriminating Dudes). "We must be sensitive to others and have a mutual respect for all Americans. We don't want to hurt anybodys feelings".

"We should stop trying to keep the black man down" crowed Ralphie Jones, a 'cracker' from Atlanta. "We should change the name of 'Black Friday' to 'Ebony Friday', or 'Off-White' Friday', the 'cracker' known as Ralphie continued.

Another 'honky mo-fo' had this to say, "Let's forget 'Black Friday' altogether and just have 'Happy-Fuzzy Saturday' ".

Many African-Americans believe this melee of the words to be absurd. The NAACP could not be reached for comment(because we didn't even try).

"There are more important things like sending our kids to good schools, the quality of life, the air that surrounds us. Those are issues we can take sides on." Rev. Jacksome was quoted as saying.

Are these recent developments just a ploy to keep Rev. Sharpdon in the news, or, does he bring up a justifiable injustice? Only time will tell.

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