Oh Canada, a tear for thee.
Kind of sick, don’t ya think?
In the late '70s and early '80s it was a relatively common button for punks to wear alongside 100 other buttons and safety pins and studs on their paint-streaked MC jackets.
This was most likely a model wearing vintage punk clothes. I doubt that this was deliberate malice, but the laziness of a modeling company not really looking at their props.
Regardless, it wasn't funny then and it isn't funny now.
The Germans and the French and American liberals blame this on Israel and the Jews and then condemn America’s action to put an end to a new holocaust that the Islamonazis keep promising and trying to deliver.
But it’s one stupid, tasteless button on an ad thought up by an idiot but put out by a big corporation that finally raises everyone’s ire?
Once again, it’s not what is being said, but who says it. Leftism in action.
If the button had said, “Gas Bush” everyone up there would be talking about what a bold statement it was, that it’s controversy proved it was an important point and that we need dialog.
Warren knows now how patriotic Americans feel when we hear scumbags like Schumer on the house floor telling the world that American troops are so incompetent that it took the warlords coming together to bring peace in Anbar, that our troops did not bring the peace but made the quest for peace more difficult.
Happy New Year, BTW.
Ain’t it the truth!
Imagine the outrage if this ad was directed against Islam...
Just bidness. I recall seing some expensively produced promotional materials from Polaroid Corp which featured high-quality color photos of KKK robes and hoods artistically arranged, draped on a chair and table. This was in the 1990's. The Black sales rep who showed them to me was not amused.