Remark from a Carrot Top

by Jun 11, 2010Culture

Thank you, politics.

Without you, I wouldn’t even know any racial slurs.

Ignorance is bliss, and I’ve been happy for a long time. But along comes politics, and I have to learn words I didn’t want to know.

You would think that the number one rule politicians learn in Get Elected School is “don’t use racial slurs.” Apparently some of them cut that class. That’s the last time they cut anything.

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