"But every young white lady llama will have to decide if running around town with a black llama is wise, helpful or expedient for her." -- Sheila Butt, probably.
The "baby" and "baby doll" stuff is awesome. Sheila Butt would make a great breakfast waitress at Denny's.
Rep. Butt was totally rooting for the white llama (or alpaca, as the case may be).
Anyway, well, National Association for the Advancement of Wizarding Persons, of course. Those Dursleys are just the tip of the iceberg.
Summary of all arguments defending Butt's statement:
Her post was not racist but it's OK that it was racist.
Come to think of it, I think I'm just going to ignore someone who chooses to use a picture of a murderous lunatic (even a fictional one) as his avatar.
OK, I'll bite: What in the world is a "reverse Oreo"?
"I'd have far more respect for Butt's racism if she stood by it, instead of insulting people's intellect by trying to claim that her juvenile statement wasn't racist."
Best comment on here, by far.
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