By on October 5, 2007

epd08_pg_int_001_enl.jpgChris Bangle isn't the only one in the auto industry who could use some sensitivity training. Adweek's Marketing y Medios reports that a Georgetown, Texas Ford Lincoln-Mercury dealership stepped in it big time. Mac Haik Ford Lincoln-Mercury emailed an ad to 1200 customers with the headline "Tired of Wet Backs?" The ad was a promotion for vehicles with air-conditioned seats. Geddit? Suffice it to say, the pun didn't go over too well with the area's Hispanic population. The dealership issued an apology for the incident and fired the general sales manager who produced the ad. Their general manager promises that no ads will go out until they've been reviewed by several managers, including himself. I guess he took the old Spanish saying "A palabras necias, oidos sordos" a bit too literally. 

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61 Comments on “Texas Ford Dealer: “Tired of Wet Backs?”...”


  • avatar
    TexasAg03

    Has anyone proven malicious intent? I don’t see the issue unless you are overly sensitive and looking to get someone in trouble.

    Could they have used better terminology? Yes, but that doesn’t mean the meant this as a racial slur.

    Besides, the derogatory term is one word, not two.

  • avatar
    Virtual Insanity

    Welcome to PC America. Can’t say anything anymore without getting sued or backlashed or pissing off some self rightous SOB with an agenda.

    I saw this and I wasn’t offended at all. I laughed.

  • avatar
    ilovecars

    I love the way Whoopi Goldberg handles offensive names used toward her. she simply ignores the comment because she says she has never been a
    “n…..”, “w….” or met one, etc.
    could we all just relax and stop looking for some alternative meaning.

  • avatar

    Come on TexasAg03 and Virtual Insanity there is a difference between hyper sensitivity and being a moron. Wet back is a derogatory racial slur and you don’t use it in advertising.

    Is someone being hypersensitive if they are offended by the N word used in advertising? Hmmm, no its called common sense.

  • avatar
    Virtual Insanity

    I’m not offended by either. We give way to much power to words. If you just shrug it off, then guess what…NOTHING HAPPENS! Seriously, just grow up and deal with it. People say something derogetory, all you need to do is go “yeah whatever” and walk away. Problem solved.

  • avatar
    Kevin

    Sherman is right. You don’t send out an advertisement that the majority of consumers in your market will easily recognize as an offensive racial pejorative. It may have been meant as a harmless joke, but it’s not going to be received that way.

    Hard to believe someone would actually do that, especially in the Austin metropolitan area, where there are many Hispanics. Mac Haik wants and needs to sell lots of cars to Hispanics, as well as to lots of other people who’d be horribly offended by that email.

    The guy wasn’t thrown in jail — he was merely fired, which was appropriate and inevitable.

  • avatar
    whatdoiknow1

    Has anyone proven malicious intent? I don’t see the issue unless you are overly sensitive and looking to get someone in trouble.

    Welcome to PC America. Can’t say anything anymore without getting sued or backlashed or pissing off some self rightous SOB with an agenda.

    UMMM. NEW FLASH!

    They actually need costumers to sell their vehicles to!
    You do not get costumers by pissing them off!

    Now come on and get a grip, the sales manager knew exactly what he was doing when he put out that ad. The management of the dealership seem to completely understand how and why many of their current and potential cosutmers would be offended by this ad. That is why he lost his job.

    This is not a matter of PC in any way. It is simply a matter of a fool thinking he is “cute” or funny at the expense of a ethnic group that just happens to make up a very large percentage of the people (costumers) in there area.

  • avatar
    unohugh

    Virtual Insanity has an excellent and very wise point. As kids we used to say, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” Now it should be, sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will make me and my attorney rich and famous!

  • avatar
    Sajeev Mehta

    Wow, saying that wasn’t bad for business. (snort)

    Well, at least a small town Texas car dealer is smarter than Bangle: they actually apologized for the misunderstanding. Smaller egos, perhaps?

    And someone got fired too, now that’s accountability!

  • avatar
    dolo54

    Seriously, if you were running a business, would you want this guy advertising for you? No way, he would be fired immediately. Nobody got sued, they just complained, and rightly so. Try these on for size “Tired of spics?” “Tired of blacks?” “Tired of jews?”

  • avatar
    Sajeev Mehta

    I saw this and I wasn’t offended at all. I laughed.

    VI: are you Hispanic, by any chance? Say the “W” word in a TX public school and you’ll regret it. The same is true elsewhere.

  • avatar
    NICKNICK

    It’s funny.
    Kinda stupid, but funny.

    If you don’t like it, don’t buy his trucks, or pick up your ball and go home.

    When I’m president, whining will be illegal–Political Correct baloney will land you in Gitmo.

  • avatar

    Sajeev Mehta:
    Well, at least a small town Texas car dealer is smarter than Bangle: they actually apologized for the misunderstanding. Smaller egos, perhaps?

    Georgetown is a suburb of Austin, so while it’s a “small town” it’s part of a much larger (and fairly liberal) metro area.

  • avatar

    What would have been your reactions if he had sent out an email advertising "low, low prices just for niggards"? (Hint: Before you say anything, look up the word and its etymology in the dictionary.)

  • avatar
    Sajeev Mehta

    FW: that’s right, Georgetown has exploded in the past 10 years so its hardly a small town. Props to Dell for that.

  • avatar

    Frank Williams:

    Ha! Precisely what I was thinking! Apply it to an oppressed population with a longer history in the US and then it isn’t just a harmless pun anymore. Also, you forgot to mention to imagine that such an ad were sent out in an area with a large black population with a history of racial tensions.

    It’s just dumb advertising; I learned in college that attention getting, engaging ads often sidle up to the edge of good taste but oughtn’t cross it. This was just a bit over the edge in my opinion. A firing of the principals in the deal seems appropriate; lessons learned all around.

  • avatar
    unohugh

    What would have been your reactions if he had sent out an email advertising “low, low prices just for niggards”?

    (Hint: Before you say anything, look up the word and its etymology in the dictionary.)

    I’m aware of the word and it’s meaning. I also remember the story of the guy who got fired awhile back for using the word in a presentation. That simply makes my point about all this manufactured hypersensitivity by professional victims.

  • avatar

    TexasAg03:
    This is the same “hispanic population” (more likely LULAC) that is mad because Irving, TX is actually helping the feds deport people who have been arrested for something else and are here illegally. They’ll sue for anything.

    Sherman Lin:
    Wetback is the derogatory term. So, you are saying that wet and back can no longer be used in a sentence next to each other?

    dolo54:
    But those examples you give aren’t the same. What the ad said was totally different from what people are reading it as. Since you find it so offensive, you may never place wet and back together in any order in a sentence again.

    I’m not saying that the guy should have created the ad, I’m sure getting attention was his intent. But calling the ad offensive on its face is hypersensitive to the extreme and pretty much shows you have the reading comprehension of a 12 year old.

  • avatar

    MaxHedrm:

    I wholeheartedly disagree with 79% of your post. Nobody’s saying wet and back can no longer be used in the same sentence, or together. That’s damn foolishness and, I believe, a false dichotomy. When an ad purposely puns a known anti-Hispanic racist term in an area with a large population of Hispanics, it’s offensive. Maybe not with full intent, but people are going to read it and it will raise their hackles.

    And please don’t say “the people who were most likely to be offended don’t likely have the credit to buy a new car”. That, sir, smacks of racism itself – therefore nobody can ever use “people most likely to be offended” and “credit to buy a new car” in the same sentence ever again.

  • avatar

    MaxHedrm I’ve had similar discussions on other internet auto forums. You can use any term you like. If you use that term after you learn that it is a racial slur suit yourself.

    I have had many posters on other forums claim that they saw no harm in using the terms Jap, Gook, and Chink even after I explained that those are racial slurs and that I was offended by their use. I was called hyper sensitive and PC.

    Feel free to use the those terms as well as the N word in your professional workplace. Heres a clue if you suspect that you would get fired for using a racial term, then its probably a slur.

    But hey go ahead and use those terms, I am just a hypersensative PC type right.

  • avatar
    Sajeev Mehta

    I’m not saying that the guy should have created the ad, I’m sure getting attention was his intent.

    If his intent was to murder his career and shame the dealership, then mission accomplished.

    Racism or insensitivity aside, you gotta be a moron to think that will fly in a multi-cultural society.

    It won’t and it never should.

  • avatar

    There I fixed that part … thought better of it after I posted it actually, since it wasn’t the intent of what I was trying to say.

    So, What should he have said, “Tired of damp posteriors?” I stand by the rest of my post. People have become way too sensitive. And, no, I would never use wetback in conversation, and cringe when people do, but I also don’t get offended when people call my fag or queer. It’s a word, move on. & in this case, it’s not even a word, it’s an entirely valid sentence structure, that can no longer be used because of hypersensitivity. There is pretty much nothing you can say that isn’t offensive to someone.

  • avatar
    whatdoiknow1

    MaxHedrm :
    October 5th, 2007 at 11:54 am

    whatdoiknow1:
    The people that were most likely to be offended don’t likely have the credit to buy a new car, so I’m not sure it would matter.

    Guess what I’m not Latino but I am offended by this ad. So needless to say if I was living in that area, this dealer would get no business from me, AND I DO HAVE THE CREDIT. I would also spread the word to everyone I know to avoid this dealer like the plague.
    Like it or not this dealership is an extension of the entire Ford organization. Considering the domestic makers are having problems attracting members of ethnic groups outside of the majority in this country this ad is bad for all of Ford now that the word is getting around the entire country.
    Right here in TTAC we talk about how the domestics have an undeserved “redneck” image that does hurt sales with, Black, Latinos, and Asians in this country. I doubt ads like this help disspell this image, as a matter of fact they only reinforce it.

    So go ahead and make your silly liitle smug remarks. Sometimes Americans are their own worst enemies.

  • avatar
    NICKNICK

    “And please don’t say “the people who were most likely to be offended don’t likely have the credit to buy a new car”. That, sir, smacks of racism itself – ”

    That’s not racism; that’s demographics.

  • avatar
    Landcrusher

    I would find it really hard to believe that the author of the ad did not intend the pun.

    OTOH, it is by far the greater offense to assume what someone meant if their meaning is not 100% clear. You can be fired for making an unintentional mistake, so nothing was wrong with that (and perhaps the employee admitted trying to be funny).

    However, when you put meaning behind other peoples’ words you are trying to steal their very being. What are we if not a collection of thoughts and beliefs?

    My advice to anyone who is a victim of the PC police, or their like, is to remain calm, determined, and persistent. Wait like an alligator, and everytime they take an awkward step, be there to exact your revenge. Teach the bully a lesson.

    Open discourse has been damaged in this country, and it is a terrible tax.

  • avatar

    MaxHedrm, so let me get this right, I should not be offended by being called a Jap, a Chink or a Gook? Wet back was and is a slur. It may not be commonly used as such but it is a slur.

    I am 45 and I was raised in Florida from the early 60s a lot of racial terms are not now commonly bandied about anymore but rest assured they once were used and they were used as racial slurs.

    It amazes me that some think this is a matter of some people simply taking offense because they are too sensitive or are too easily offended.

    Thats not the case. Its a common sense issue.

  • avatar
    Landcrusher

    PS.

    I live in Texas, and I can’t remember the last time I heard the WB perjorative. Really, who says that anymore? Especially in Georgetown, which is a suburb of Austin, and has traditionally been a college town with antique stores, bed and breakfasts, and a popular golf course.

  • avatar
    Virtual Insanity

    Sajeev Mehta:

    No, I’m not Hispanic. But I did go to school in Texas, I still live here. I said many a racial slur plenty a time, and no one got pissed off or tried to kick my ass, and my school had quite the hispanic population. Of course, I’m not racist, I hate everyone equally.

    I’m over weight, but if someone gets on me for that, I jsut shrug and walk it off. Some black guy calls me…I dunno, whatever slur they have for white people, I just shrug, and walk it off. Its no big deal, I really don’t care. These people are flipping out over nothing. No one got hurt, no one died, no one was shot over this.

    Seriously…when did it become a crime to not be a minority? Of course, here in Texas…when did it become a crime not to be part of the hispanic majority?

  • avatar
    d996

    It usually is a question of how much of an insult can you take before you are offended. Some people have a low threshold of insensitive words that stem from totally other reasons than racism or social inequality. There are so many ethnic,religious,race,gender,weight,age,color,income,education issues that it is a wonder that we get along as well as we do. I am always amazed that people can take such tremendous offense at mere words. If you see two people arguing in a language you can’t understand it looks silly when it degenerates into violence.

  • avatar

    Obviously a nasty racial slur. I think PC gets in the way of reasoned discourse on important policy issues (like illegal immigration), but I don’t think this is about being politically incorrect. PC is when environmental groups, such as the Sierra Club, pretend that overpopulation in the US is not a problem because by far the major cause of population increase in the US is immigration, around 3/4 of immigrants are Hispanic, and they don’t want to offend Hispanics. Or when the NYT and the president of Duke University and a large proportion of the faculty assume the affluent white football players really did assault the black stripper.

  • avatar
    timoted

    Let’s get America on the right track. Let’s be 100% PC. Let’s get rid of the Washington Redskins, the Cleveland Indians, and the Atlanta Braves. Now lets also not forget the roughly 1500 High School athletic teams across the U.S. that have similar references. While we’re at it lets also start printing ALL signs in the top 8 languages commonly used in the world so EVERYONE can read them easily. And lets not forget to enact laws that prohibit the display of jesus and any other religious references to the holiday formerly known as Christmas. (Manger scenes would be a death penalty offense) All of these things would compliment the efforts to remove the words “In god we trust” on currency. We’ve got a good start by eliminating that pesky School prayer thing.

  • avatar
    whatdoiknow1

    IGNORANCE IS BLISS!

  • avatar
    compy386

    I can’t believe the Washington Redskins and Cleveland Indians are still allowed to exist. I have no problem with Native American imagry in sports. It should be done with respect and in good taste. No one can tell me that either of those two teams use any good taste.

  • avatar
    whatdoiknow1

    timoted :

    YOu know it is easy to make statements like this when there are no professional sports teams with names like, “The Southern State Rednecks” or the “Midwestern Hillbillies”. Maybe we should create a logo for the helmet of an over-weight white cowboy with a can of Bud in his hand and the other 5 hanging in the other. Or better yet we can use an image of a cartoon white guy with a big fat imflammed red-neck.

    Now lets have a bunch of black, latino, or Asian guys run around chasing a mascot in a silly looking “whiteboy/ redneck” costom. Maybe with can trade in the tomohawks and swing beer cans at each other.

    Somehow I think the vast majority of white America would find this situation quite INSULTING. I bet even your liberal thinking self would have a bit of trouble seeing the humor in this spectical.

  • avatar
    timoted

    I think if I took life as seriously as whatdoiknow1 I’d run for a high profile political office. Get elected and make laws that make absolutely no sense without basis for their being. Then quite possibly I could afford to pay someone to correct all my spelling errors.

  • avatar

    I don’t understand how using a racial slur in advertising could possibly be acceptable on any level, to any person in this country.

    If a sunscreen company used a racial slur about those with naturally darker skin tones, or a sunglass company used a racial slur about those with different eyes, would that just be OK?

    There’s a big difference between being easily offended, and looking at racial slurs as a way to denigrate an entire group of people in a way that goes against some of the founding concepts of this country. I’m not personally offended, but I am 100% against putting down an entire race of people. I’m also as un-PC as humanly possible, but I’m sensitive to the audience I’m around, as I respect my fellow countrymen and their beliefs and values, and wish them to do the same for me.

    Also, it’s not a crime to be a minority. It’s completely legit for the person responsible for that to be fired. And VI, if someone shoots a gun, but no one gets hurt, dies, or gets hit, does that make it okay?

  • avatar
    d996

    whatdoiknow

    There is a black guy chasing the rednecks around-Jesse Jackson and his Rainbow group knocking the cash out of corporate america. The asian guy chasing us around for dough is Kim Jong, he is getting that from the US taxpayer.

  • avatar
    Virtual Insanity

    TexasAg03 hit it on the head.

    Wetback is a racial slur.

    Wet back refers to having some form on liquid on your back.

    No racial slur as far as I’m concerned.

    Timoted:
    “In god we trust” on currency.”

    In god we trust.
    All others pay cash.

  • avatar

    Virtual Insanity:

    Nobody is saying this is as it stands a racial slur, but I think many people would agree that to pun a racial slur for an ad is in extremely poor taste and belies a certain disrespect. When one looks at the heading “Tired of Wet Backs?” it becomes evident that the writer is punning on the term wetback and playing to the exasperation some local residents feel over the influx of immigrants.

    They can do this; the 1st amendment protects even undesirable speech. Nobody’s going to jail over it. But it is tasteless and plays on racial tensions. It isn’t really a defense to say since the pun uses 2 words it’s totally different from saying it. The writer wasn’t necessarily making a slur – it’s a pun, I know. However it isn’t particularly clever and it is certainly inappropriate.

  • avatar
    Virtual Insanity

    Appropriate? No, I’ll agree. But I always tend to find the poorest taste and most inappropriate things the most entertaining. Such as Bob Saggat’s stand up “That Aint Right”.

    Clever, I disagree. I think that is pretty clever.

  • avatar
    RyanK02

    compy386:
    My alma mater had to change their mascot to avoid scrutiny. They were the SEMO Indians, and now they are the SEMO Redhawks. Personally, I was rooting for a student suggested name – the Fighting Okra.

  • avatar
    Sajeev Mehta

    Thanks for answering my question, VI. I was just curious.

    Wetback is a racial slur…Wet back refers to having some form on liquid on your back.

    No racial slur as far as I’m concerned.

    Oh come on, how often do you refer to a “wet back” in daily life?

    Its pretty obvious when someone says “wet” and “back” together in a sentence that they are poking fun (or worse) about something that shouldn’t be discussed in the first place.

    I thought Americans had a certain level of decorum when they refer to races, not because we are all closet racists, but because we have a modicum of respect for all ethnicities. I really thought we learned that after the 1960s and 1970s.

    (well maybe not Bill O’Reilly after reading his restaurant critiquing skills)

    In other words, why play with a hornet’s nest in the first place? And defend someone who took a baseball bat to one?

  • avatar
    Virtual Insanity

    My Mascot was the Viking. We never had any Sweedes complain.

  • avatar
    rpn453

    Isn’t “wetback” a term for an illegal alien in the U.S.? Is there really something wrong with using derogatory slang to describe a criminal?

  • avatar
    Sajeev Mehta

    Isn’t “wetback” a term for an illegal alien in the U.S.? Is there really something wrong with using derogatory slang to describe a criminal?

    Yeah right…any brown person living in a border state is bound to get it thrown at them once in their life. Not that it bothered me much…

  • avatar
    Virtual Insanity

    Oddly enough, some of the most racist against hispanic people that I know are hispanic themselves. I have a Colombian friend…man you should hear him go off on Cubans.

  • avatar
    ilovecars

    When did the citizens of the United States of American stop being AMERICANS? My ancestors were of German, English, & Dutch backgrounds & when they came to America, they learned to speak, read & write in English & called themselves AMERICAN.

    I always understood that wetbacks were illegal immigrants and therefore criminals, so why would a citizen of USA think they would be referred to as Wet Backs?

  • avatar

    Wow, to be honest, I’m amazed that anyone here actually thinks running that ad was acceptable. Some of these comments sound like they come right out of the ’60s. Even if you were just looking at it from a business standpoint, playing on racial slurs to get people to buy cars is indefensible.

  • avatar
    Landcrusher

    I don’t think anyone here thinks running the ad was acceptable, PZ. What is happening is that there has developed a reaction to the whole PC movement. I seem to remember a few years back someone coming up with a “fighting whities” tee shirt. They sold rather well, and I know of no white person who was offended.

    No one uses the term “cracker” anymore because nobody being called cracker would be upset about it. When you get upset about other peoples’ words, you give those people power over you.

    I know a lot of hispanics who used to laugh about the wetback thing. That is why it’s been so long since people used it. The hispanics didn’t care, and the term dropped out of use by most of the ignorant people using it. At first I wondered if it were possible that the person writing the ad was young enough not to know better.

    OTOH, somehow the N word has so much taboo that we are all physically pained to hear it. It will never go away.

    I have plenty of hispanic friends and relatives. None of them got upset about this ad. Anyone who did is a victim of the victimhood movement, and it is doing them no good.

  • avatar

    I agree that the PC police is out of control. There is a difference between being PC to not offend and being an idiot. When groups protest the use of terms like “chiefs”, “braves” “seminoles” as mascots thats ridiculous as those terms were never racial slurs and when asked as an example the seminole indian tribe never complained but rather it was the PC police.

    However, the inability of some here to accept that you don’t use out and out racial slurs is amazing. As an example my sister in law told me when I referred to something as “oriental” that I was being non PC I told her tough. There is nothing wrong with that word and we always used it when I was growing up (my parents are Chinese) If some groups now take offense I didn’t care. It was never a slur. Now compare that to someone using an out and out racial slur. There in lies the difference.

  • avatar
    Sajeev Mehta

    If some groups now take offense I didn’t care. It was never a slur. Now compare that to someone using an out and out racial slur. There in lies the difference.

    Pretty much how I feel. Kids called me Ghandi in the schoolyard in a pathetic attempt to insult me…but “they” had bona-fide racial slurs to Whites, Blacks, Asians and Hispanics.

    You can say whatever you want among friends, but that dog don’t hunt in public.

  • avatar
    Terry Parkhurst

    Like most people who believe in freedom of discussion and trying to keep an open mind, I abhor the prior censorship which is generally called Politically Correct dialogue. But unless one is a complete fool, a little common sense is all that was required in this case.

    It doesn’t matter if the term is one word, not two (“wetback” versus “wet backs”). No one would think of running an ad with let’s say, the term “Nig-gur” in it as some sort of play on words. And let’s not get into a discussion here of who can use the word “nigger,” or the term “nigga” and be given a pass.

    The point is being blantantly offensive, or “redneck” in the most bone-headed and arrogant sense of that term. George Carlin had his “7 words you won’t hear on radio or television” and there are maybe three you won’t, or at least, shouldn’t hear on radio or television ads, or in print or on the Internet, because they are equally offensive and meant to demean people: nigger, kike or wetback.

    Someone who can’t understand that, or didn’t respect that, knowing full well how it would be perceived, deserves to be fired, either for being a fool or an arrogant bigot. Neither one is what the auto dealerships of today need.

  • avatar
    unohugh

    This is the most amazing thing I’ve seen here yet! Six pages of replies and growing. I guess it hits all the hot buttons… racism, immigration, political correctness, etc. The one thing that hasn’t been addressed is the central issue of just how hard it is to sell a damn Ford.

  • avatar
    Pch101

    After reading this, I have yet to see what’s wrong with “political correctness.”

    The anti-PC brigade reminds me of a lynch mob in search of a tree and a victim. They actually think it’s a wonderful thing to use racial slurs with impunity and to be honored for being racist. Reading that sort of tripe makes me ashamed be an American, a country that is supposed to pride itself on including everyone in the melting pot, not just the white cheese.

    I’m sorry that America is busy mending the errors of its ways and making up for decades of discrimination but some of the white majoritarians in this country will just have to get over it, learn to make do and accept that their days of dominance by birthright are on the wane. Thank God for that. The schoolyard parable may claim that names don’t hurt, but hurl a few racial epithets in my direction (one could do that, in my case), and I’d be inclined to reach for my collection of sticks and stones as a way to show my appreciation…

  • avatar
    mrcknievel

    Honestly, anyone who doesn’t think that the statment wasn’t worded intentionally to create controversy and to play on words that would capture people’s attention is a moron.

    I guess it’s gotten to the point that it’s so lonely on the Ford lots that even alienating a large portion of the populace and employing a “southern strategy” to tempt in a few “real ‘mericans” to come to the lot and buy a Ford as a statement of their “patriotism” is better than being politically correct and having no one come to the lot at all.

    Poetic justice of course..is if those folks come in and buy freaking Fusions….

  • avatar
    unohugh

    I’m with Pch101. I just hate people who make disparaging references about other groups and even go so far as to threaten violence because of their perceived slights by others! No. wait. That was Pch101 who did that. Sorry. my bad.

  • avatar

    timoted: And lets not forget to enact laws that prohibit the display of jesus and any other religious references to the holiday formerly known as Christmas. (Manger scenes would be a death penalty offense) All of these things would compliment the efforts to remove the words “In god we trust” on currency. We’ve got a good start by eliminating that pesky School prayer thing.

    We have separation of church and state in order to avoid having one group force its beliefs down the throats of other groups, the way radical Islamists do in various middle eastern countries. Moreover, religion should be a personal matter.

  • avatar
    unohugh

    We have a separation of church and state so that the state can’t force a religion on us.

  • avatar
    youphuqinsuck

    I guess nobody watches Comedy Central…..Carlos Mencia downs everybody….but i dont see anyone gettin pissed and crying over that…..all of the stand up acts….still dont see anyone cryin….

  • avatar
    Virtual Insanity

    Thats because Carlos Mencia is a minority. Its ok for minorities to do it, just not whites. Because remeber, its a crime to be white.

  • avatar
    HenryFordFan

    That’s great! Now all Ford needs to do is stop manufacturing cars in Mexico.


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