Skip to comments.Store Refuses to Make Cake for 3 Year Old Adolf Hitler Campbell
Posted on 12/16/2008 1:42:54 PM PST by Bodhi1
There are times when you read something, and you really feel that a facepalm isnt enough to express the stupidity of what you just read. This is one of those stories.
Two sub-moronic parents are outraged, yes, outraged that ShopRite wouldnt make a birthday cake for their 3 year old. The store said it would be inappropriate. The reason?
They dont want to decorate a cake for Adolf Hitler, even if he is three:
Adolf Hitler Campbell its indeed the name on his birth certificate turns 3 today, and the Campbell family believes the boy has been mistreated. A local supermarket refused to make a birthday cake with Adolf Hitler on it.
The ShopRite in Greenwich Township has also refused to make a cake bearing the name of Campbells daughter, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell, who turns 2 in February.
Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell, a girl named for Schutzstaffel head Heinrich Himmler, turns 1 in April.
ShopRite cant even make a cake for a 3-year-old, said Deborah Campbell, 25, who is Heaths wife of three years and the mother of the children. Thats sad.
Thats sad? Do I really need to go into the sad part of this story? I think the savvy readers of this blog realize the true tragedy of this article.
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Those poor kids. I would like to slap the parents but I believe the line would be too long. Hopefully they will get some sense and rebel against their moron parents.
Idiot parents ought to know there are consequences to giving goofy names to their children.
I’d make a cake, if I could deliver myself to their home.
Child abuse. by the parents.
They can’t bake their own cake?
Well, I guess he’ll just have to hold his breath, stamp his feet, and have a putsch.
No cake for Adolf... boohoohoo.
Friggin idiot parents have done a huge injustice to their children.
And the mother is indignant for the way her son has been mistreated.
She needs a good ass whoopin, is what I say.
Shoulda named him Che!
I suppose they were on meth when they named her.
The kid is going to have a horrible life.
Campbell, a nice Irish name. The Campbell family is mostly ‘black Irish’, named because when the Spanish Armada wrecked off the coast, the mostly Moorish crew who survived lived and married the locals. ‘Black Irish’ generally have darker complexions and dark hair from their North African ancestors.
I call that Karma. :->
I think you would have a very good chance to win that bet.
I suggest “MOM” buy a cake decorating kit, take a few classes, and learn to decorate her own cakes.
Oh, and get a psych eval.
A: The store is a private business and can decide who gets and who doesn’t get a cake. (Of course, with a possible gov’t bail out for bakeries that could change)
B: It seems that these parents named their kids for the sole purpose of capitalizing on future law suits.
C: These poor kids have no future until they’re 18 and can legally change their names.
From the pics the family is plenty white and blond (and dad looks like an ugly girl). I think after several generations a surname doesn’t reveal that much.
Not only are these parents making a statement with the names of their children, this whole birthday cake thing is to bring attention to them and, I would assume, the white supremacist group to which they belong.
ShopRite spokesperson Karen Meleta, said the grocer tries to meet customer requests but rejects those deemed inappropriate. We believe the request to inscribe a birthday wish to Adolf Hitler is inappropriate, she said.
The grocer offered to make a cake with enough room for the Campbells to write their own inscription. But the Campbells refused, saying they would have a cake made at the Wal-Mart in Lower Nazareth Township. The Campbells say Wal-Mart made cakes for Adolfs first two birthdays.
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