09 July 2007

What will the NAACP do...

Now that they have eliminated racism?
-- DETROIT -- A leading civil rights group in the United States is putting to rest a long-standing expression of racism by symbolically burying a racist slur generally referred to as the "N-word."

Two Percheron horses pulled a pine box adorned with a bouquet of fake black roses.
In this particular case... the N-word should be nonsense.
Delegates from across the country gathered Monday morning during the annual convention of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in Detroit and marched about a quarter-mile for the ceremony and rally.
Maybe they should have buried rampant drug abuse, non-existent societal expectations and rap music while they were at it.

All the experts agree... "In the war against social injustice... you just can't have too many P.R. stunts."

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