Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich Is Racist, Says Portland School Official

Nathan Harden, The College Fix, November 21, 2013

Did you know that eating or even talking about a peanut butter and jelly sandwich could be considered racist?

That’s right.

Apparently, it’s because people in some cultures don’t eat sandwich bread. Verenice Gutierrez, principal of Harvey Scott K-8 School in Portland explained in and interview with the Portland Tribune:

“Take the peanut butter sandwich, a seemingly innocent example a teacher used in a lesson last school year,” the Tribune said.

“What about Somali or Hispanic students, who might not eat sandwiches?” Gutierrez asked. “Another way would be to say: ‘Americans eat peanut butter and jelly, do you have anything like that?’ Let them tell you. Maybe they eat torta. Or pita.”

The Tribune noted that the school started the new year with “intensive staff trainings, frequent staff meetings, classroom observations and other initiatives,” to help educators understand their own “white privilege,” in order to “change their teaching practices to boost minority students’ performance.” “Last Wednesday, the first day of the school year for staff, for example, the first item of business for teachers at Scott School was to have a Courageous Conversation—to examine a news article and discuss the ‘white privilege’ it conveys,” the Tribune added.

Gutierrez completed a week-long seminar called “Coaching for Educational Equity,” a program the Tribune says focuses “on race and how it affects life.” She also serves on an administrative committee that focuses on systematic racism.


You can read more about principal Gutierrez’s sandwich-sensitivity philosophy here.


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  • Emperor Naked

    This is nuts. If the same teacher goes to a typical eatery in Portland, they will pay for a “sandwich” made of pita bread! Peanut butter and jelly on white bread is what poor kids eat here! (White bread is $.99 at the local store).

    This teacher missed out on both logic and economics 101 and ought to be excused at least by the other Leftist teachers for bungling a lesson on white privilege!

    • Erasmus

      We’ve got a ‘groid murdering teacher in high school in Massachusetts, and this cocoa-colored affirmative action clown gets her knickers all twisted up over a peanut butter and jelly sandwich??? Gimme a friggin’ break.

      Time for the American taxpayer to put an end to public education. Parents who really want their children to be educated will find a way. (And they’ll use their dollars to make sure their kids actually learn something, instead of wasting time “getting in touch with their feelings). Affirmative Action parasites, like Ms. Gutiérrez, will actually have to begin teaching something of real value or go back to doing something for which she has the aptitude, like picking lettuce or scrubbing toilets.

      • Mark Hillyard

        “teaching something of real value”
        Them teaching “real value” is like an idiot passing a three dollar note. No value in the note and no value in the teache.r so how can anything be passed on which is not false?

      • Emperor Naked

        … as long as she washes her hands thoroughly after cleaning those toilets and picking that lettuce!

    • Nuts…also an example of racism…some way, some how.

      • Emperor Naked

        Free the Brazilian Nuts! (Otherwise known as…)

    • Mark Hillyard

      I suspect I’m not the only one who was raised on P&J sandwiches for lunch. Why do idiots talk so much about nothing?

      • Because they are desperate to show they are the moral superiors of us vicious sandwich-eating gringos.

  • Triarius

    I want to come up with a witty remark or simply refute what was said in the article, but alas, I cannot. Not because he makes a good point, far from it, but because it so completely moronic I am at a loss for words.

    And what the hell are Somalis doing here? Like everything was going good and someone said “ya know what woukd make this area nicer? Somalis.” The worst of the blacks, and that is saying a lot.

    I honestly hope something bad happens to this man.

    • Erasmus

      The Somalis are a good case in point. No one can argue any longer that immigration benefits this country economically. Immigrants don’t even pay their own way. The American taxpayer actually pays to have the 3rd world trash brought here.

      • Boris McGuffin

        That’s racist!

        You must not have received the memo. We are a nation of immigrants — especially the Somali kind. Everyday when I get up in the morning, I go outside, take in a deep breath of fresh air, and tell myself:

        “Damn, what this country really needs is more Somalis. If only we had more Somalis. When cancer is finally cured, I just know it will be a Somali that does it. All of the greatest minds, inventors, visionaries, scientists, geniuses, and artists, were all Somali. What would this world do without Somalis? — I shudder to think.”

        • Sick of it

          A world without Somalis would probably have less piracy on the high seas.

          • mobilebay

            shhhh! They might move their operations to the Rio Grande.

        • Brian

          Without Somalis, will we ever have a film called ‘Pirates of the Gnomesain’?

          • me

            Ha! And the sequel, Somalis of the Black Pearl Bailey….On Stranger Tides.

    • Boris McGuffin

      That’s racist!

      My understanding is that Somalis were the first to come over on the Mayflower. They braved injun savages and high mortality rates, and with the hard work, invention, and dogged self reliance of a brave and free people, began a culture that would become the most powerful and prosperous nation on the planet, in what was, relatively speaking, a very short amount of time. The Hispanics collaborated with them on all that, too.

      Hispanics and Somalis are two of the coolest, most awesome, and most super-terrific-important peoples on earth. It is the job of white people to adjust their words and their ways to make both groups as comfortable as possible.

      • Sick of it

        Whites were apparently created in a laboratory by a super genius black scientist named Yakub. Or that’s how the Nation of Islam tells things.

        • Katherine McChesney

          I heard that tale from a racist black woman I worked with at a black corporation in Nashville. She never mentioned a laboratory, but said that Dr. Yakub made the observation that there were ‘crazy people’ among the population and that they were White.

          • Sick of it

            It used to be on the NOI website years ago. Weirdest stuff I’ve ever read in my life.

          • Brian

            NOI is the black cousin to Scientology.

          • Franklin_Ryckaert

            Better call it Ignorantology.

          • Exactly: dumber and even weirder.

        • Thor Bonham

          Yes, and then stole the black mans JuJu , ya feel me ?

    • Spartacus

      You could answer that, given the choice, any somali would choose to eat Western food, and not the disgusting crap they eat over there in Africa.

      • rowingfool

        At first I thought you had said that; “any somali would choose to eat Western[ers]”

        Okay. Makes sense to me. Maybe these Somalis aren’t so stupid after all. Barbaric maybe, but not stupid. If “they would choose to eat a Westerner and not the disgusting crap they eat over there in Africa” they can’t be completely clueless.

        • Spartacus

          Well, I’ve watched a little Discovery channel, and the african diet includes things like mud, worms and albinos…

          • Whitetrashgang

            Same thing Oprah eats, just goes to show Oprah like to keep it real.

    • Garrett Brown

      It’s so insane all I can think about is slapping him across the face and yelling “SHUT THE HELL UP!”

  • Oil Can Harry

    The solution: slash the food stamp/EBT program so welfare recipients will no longer be able to buy these racist sandwiches that only serve to traumatize them.

    • me

      Yup. The Negro populations, as well as the ‘Latino’ populations, should be given ‘commodities’ again. Powdered milk, flour, government cheese, beans, rice, etc. Not a PB&J in sight, so no more ‘raaaaycism’! Without their EBT cards, the Negro women will riot–no more weaves and ghetto nails on the taxpayers’ dime. Oh, the humanity!

  • [Guest]

    The original article is open for comments, at least for now. I’ve added my contribution, as follows:

    Bigot Privilege is rampant in our nation’s schools, and Verenice Gutierrez is a beneficiary of it.

    Anyone care to join me?

    • Triarius

      That’s where am usually at. I find it relieving to communicate with like-minded people on occasion, but also a little useless to get the word out outside of the echo chamber. I have other accounts I use for going to the links and posting there, “Triarius” is mainly just for Amren.

      If everyone that posts here posted on the article once or twice, or at least thumbs up the good comments, we could take over a lot of mainstream comment sections and REALLY get the word out. I know some of you already do that.

  • I get wheat bread for 79 cents a pre-sliced loaf and toast it. Then I make bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwiches with it, but I use packaged supermarket “spring mix” or “herb mix” lettuce, sliced onions, sliced Hungarian yellow peppers, and mayo and semi-spicy horseradish-mustard between the bread slices. I use my own home-grown tomatoes whenever I have any. I buy peanut butter, but I only use that making Cajun chicken chile and in spicy Thai peanut sauce.

    PBJ? Yuck, but not for the bread. I grew up in Boulder, so I make good sandwiches here.

    • Boris McGuffin

      A sandwich with bacon in it is anti-Semitic and Islamophobic.

      Don’t be racist!

      • Brian

        I bake French baguettes, and stuff them with hunted venison slathered in ‘Golden Dawn’ tzatziki sauce, garden tomatoes and ground pepper. Maybe some sliced Gruyere too.

        • Sounds good. Have you tried pesto in a toasted baguette sandwich? Wonderful!

          • Brian

            I will have to try it. I try to do my part for gastronomy.

    • If PB&J is just plain garden variety racism, then your recipe is pure Hitler.

      • me

        Nope. That would be sauerbraten on ‘crackers’, washed down with the tears of a liberal crybaby.

  • Jesse James

    Educators and administrators who make public this kind of deranged fantasy thinking should be barred from having anything to do with the education of children and young adults. If you see racism in a peanut and butter sandwich you are mentally ill.

    • So CAL Snowman

      I thought for sure that a peanut butter sandwich was going to considered racist because peanut butter is brown and goes on White bread and is eaten by White students thereby reinforcing the notion of Spanish Conquistadors “devouring” Mayan and Aztec culture.

  • A Freespeechzone

    Portland, Oregon is one of the wackiest liberal area of the United States; the White guilt here is rampant–given there are few blacks in comparison to the overall population; few, if any have truly experienced black ‘diversity’.

    I love the fact that you see the ‘coexist’ bumper stickers (and Obama stickers) all over this town…funny, since this is one of THE most lily White areas of the United States. God help them IF they had to truly coexist, they’d be violently destroyed.

    As they say in Portland….”Keep Portland Weird”.

    • “Coexist bumper stickers”

      On the cars of people that can’t coexist with anyone.

      Where are all the cars with “Coexist” bumper stickers in Saudi Arabia or Iran?

      • Sick of it

        They believe in co-existence…as long as you convert to the proper branch of Islam. But then you might be gang-raped and then stoned to death for being gang-raped soon after.

  • WASP

    “sandwich-sensitivity”?? Just when I think this whole diversity idiocy can’t get any worse, now we have to be sensitive about ethnicity and food?! I grew up on peanut and butter sandwiches, and I don’t care who doesn’t like!

    • Last I checked, nobody is saying that this Guitierrez lunatic – or anyone else – has to eat sandwiches. They’re a fast and inexpensive way to get all the major food groups into one portable, convenient meal. Outside Europe, other peoples have made similar foods using soft flatbread: matzah (Jews), pita (Arabs), naan (subcontinental Indians), lavash (Persians and Turks), and soft tortillas (Greaseritos like the obsessive-compulsive whiner in the original article).

      Earl Montague of Sandwich made the name stick, but only because he loved playing cribbage in the evenings, and didn’t like getting his cards greasy with meat juices.

      • WASP

        Thanks for the history. I did know the last part — that sandwiches are called that because the Earl of Sandwich didn’t want to get his hands greasy while playing cards so he put his meat between two slices of bread. How surprised he would be today at what he started. LOL

  • Luca

    Americans talking about American food is racist. Have we heard everything now? Afraid not. PC Liberalism knows no bounds.

    Next big academic dilemma, apple pie and hot dogs, are they sexist or racist? Clearly we need a four week seminar to figure that out so we can indoctrinate the little kiddies properly.

    • Brian

      Apparently ‘brown bag’ lunches are rayciss too.

    • me

      Verenice needs to shut up and go make me a sammich–preferably a PB&J.

      • Wouldn’t you rather this Guiterrez weirdo go back on her meds before you let her anywhere near something you would later eat?

  • MekongDelta69

    I went into a cryogenic chamber in 1956 and was just thawed out. Could someone tell me what planet I’m on?

    Better yet – don’t. Wake me up again when this country gets back to normal.

    Thanks for your help – it’s much appreciated…

  • Truthseeker

    Diversity: Using up our mental energy figuring out how not to offend people.

    • Franklin_Ryckaert

      As long as you are white, you “offend” non-whites simply by existing. The only “solution” therefore is the disappearance of the white race alltogether and that is what all this “anti-racism” is really about.

  • Spartacus

    Our enemies are a joke. They rely exclusively on our weakness, and nothing else.

    • Sick of it

      As long as they own our military, it leaves us in a bit of a bind. A Holodomoresque bind.

      • Spartacus

        They don’t own the military, they just direct it . The military is owned by the soldiers fighting in it, and most of them are White. Make sure they’re on our side.

  • dd121

    Pol Pot would have been proud of these people.

    • So CAL Snowman

      The bolsheviks would have been downright envious.

  • So CAL Snowman

    “Gutierrez completed a week-long seminar called “Coaching for Educational
    Equity,” a program the Tribune says focuses “on race and how it affects
    life.” She also serves on an administrative committee that focuses on
    systematic racism.”

    But I thought race didn’t exist, that it was only a social construct. I guess race ONLY exists when it can be used as a club to beat Whitey.

  • leforteelise

    The White “privilege” of being told you are racist and being persecuted for it. I am going to eat a penut butter and jelly sandwich now. I guess sandwiches are racist because of who first made them, and who they are named after. Penut butter is not an invention, it is a recipe.

  • Katherine McChesney

    I am offended by tortillas and pita.

    • Tortillas are wonderful. I make pizza at home for my family using flour tortillas as the crusts. We like thin-crust pizza anyway.

      • leforteelise

        I like making French bread pizza

  • OhWow

    LOL. Nothing else to say.

  • Biff_Maliboo

    *head hits desk*

  • [Guest]

    This, from the article, is certainly a classic:

    >>>The demonstration’s organizers said they are aware of several examples in the graduate school where minority students claimed they faced challenges and “micro-aggressions” from professors.

    Egad! Say it ain’t so! Not micro-aggressions!

  • Allan477

    I have often made myself a peanut butter and jelly sandwich on pita bread. I wonder how these pc police would classify that.

    • Franklin_Ryckaert

      Well, at least it is “diverse”.

  • ViktorNN

    They don’t want foreigners to assimilate – they want white people to feel like foreigners in their own lands.

    They want white countries to have multiple cultures within them – as a way to slowly chip away at white territorial possession, and eventually as a way to drive whites out of existence entirely through low birthrates and blending into something else.

    They would say I’m paranoid – they don’t want anything so nefarious and conspiratorial!

    But then ask them what utopia looks like, and its one where everyone is brownish and Western Civilization is seen as a bad era in the distant past.

    • Franklin_Ryckaert

      It is not paranoia at all. I have since long understood that all this “anti-racism” stuff, even the most trivial and ridiculous forms of it, are part of a grand strategy of dispossessing and ultimately genociding the white race. But it has to be done in a psychological way, hence all those programs socalled to fight “racism”, “prejudice” , “white privilege” etc. They are meant to break the white man psychologically before he can be finished off physically.

  • Brian

    “What about Somali or Hispanic students, who might not eat sandwiches?”
    Gutierrez asked. “Another way would be to say: ‘Americans eat peanut
    butter and jelly, do you have anything like that?’ Let them tell you.
    Maybe they eat torta. Or pita.”
    “Let us say to the immigrant not that we hope he will learn English,
    but that he has got to learn it. Let the immigrant who does not learn
    it go back. He has got to consider the interest of the United States or
    he should not stay here. He must be made to see that his opportunities
    in this country depend on his knowing English and observing American
    standards. The employer cannot be permitted to regard him only as an
    industrial asset.”

    “If I could I would have the kind of restriction which would not allow any
    immigrant to come here unless I was content that his grandchildren would
    be fellow-citizens of my grandchildren. They will not be so if he lives
    in a boarding house at $2.50 per month with ten other boarders and
    contracts tuberculosis and contributes to the next generation a body of
    citizens inferior not only morally and spiritually but also physically.”

    “This is a nation — not a polyglot boarding house.”

    Teddy Roosevelt

  • Talltrees

    Give me more PB & Jelly, PB & Banana, PB & marshmallow, and PB and bacon sandwiches on the WHITEST bread I can find. Think I will find a Mexican restaurant…frequented by Mexicans, of course, and sit there eating my stack of peanut butter sandwiches.

    • PB & Pickle.

      • Talltrees

        Yes, sweet pickles. Forgot that one.

    • Kenner

      Peanut butter reminds me of growing up poor. I don’t care if I ever taste it again.

      • Talltrees

        Never thought of it that way. Fortunately, my parents weren’t poor. Peanut butter sandwiches were a treat, more like a dessert, not something we ate frequently. They were too high calorie, but even today, sometimes I have a craving for a peanut butter and marshmallow warmed in the microwave. Yum! I like heaping spoonfuls of natural Smuckers right out of the jar, too.

  • Talltrees

    Anyone want to tell Verenice Gutierrez what you think.

    Email: [email protected]

  • Chris

    Apparently Ms. Gutierrez is unaware that the peanut was cultivated by ancient Peruvians and Aztecs and peanut based foodstuffs (including peanut butter) originated in Meso-American cultures. Not to mention, George Washington Carver experimented with peanuts as an alternative food source for the poor. How peanut butter sandwiches became symbolic of “White Privilege” is anyone’s guess. Then again, purveyors of White Privilege don’t let things like facts get in the way.

    • me

      Gutierrez is just another ignorant, affirmative action “Latrino”.

  • Ella

    “What about Somali or Hispanic students, who might not eat sandwiches?” Gutierrez asked. Well, this is the beginning for them to learn about our American, cultural favourites. Interesting enough that American toddlers and school children already know about tortillas, pita and flatbreads. Oh my, is milk racist now since most of the world cannot drink milk after childhood??? Okay, lets eat PB sandwiches and have a tall glass of milk for a political statement. Iceland can’t be this stupid!

  • Oil Can Harry

    Spelling and grammar corrections have a disparate impact on communities of color. Boooo!!!

    BTW the article contains a p.c. phrase that I’m beginning to truly despise: “safe space”.

  • bubo

    This is an old story but it does show the complete insanity that festers in the mind of liberals.

    Hispanics eat sandwiches, of course. Luckily I have no idea what Somalis eat besides their fondness for fermented human stools called “jenkem.”

    • WASP

      “fermented human stools”? Somalis, Africans belong on a totally different planet. ugh!

      • fuzzypook

        Actually they huff it to get high.

  • Would Nutella and marmalade on a crepe be racist?
    Of course …. all are White creations.

    • me

      Most of the food eaten in the Western world is courtesy of Whites. White farmers, White-owned factories, White-owned grocery stores, White-owned trucking companies and freighters, etc. ALL FOOD IS RACIST! These poor, downtrodden ‘minorities’ should quit eating in protest of White Privilege!

  • libertarian1234

    Verenice Gutierrez wants her Mexican culture, language and history to replace everything American, which is odd since she or her parents or grandparents came to this country….. as they all do….because their own was a total mess with cardboard hovels constructed of tin roofs, with raw sewage running through streets, required to pay their local commissar for the privilege of rummaging through the local dump for food.

    She wants “her people” to take over control of this country so they can point to the well-run civilization with pretty houses and buildings and claim that it was they who built them and that this country has always been theirs until the white man “stole it from them.”

    She’s a multicultural advocate, as they all are, until they get control of an area as their own then they suddenly become conservative and whine about any infringements to their area and way of life by those who move in but are not their people.

    It’s going to be interesting to see the fights between them and blacks grow in volume, intensity and scope when the fed can no longer employ quantitative easing to prop up this house of cards. They’ll be fighting tooth and nail, because one side will view the other as getting more than they should.

    There’s already been many fights between them, especially in California, but the MSM plays it all down, wanting to pretend the rush towards the rainbow utopia is moving along right on schedule.

    • Sick of it

      The blacks are severely outnumbered by Hispanics already. It’d be a short fight.


    “Take the peanut butter sandwich, a seemingly innocent example…”

    Take a rock on the ground, a seemingly innocent example of racism and white privilege. The under side of a rock is darker than the upper. That means that dark is down. That makes “darkness” undesirable. The upper side is lighter and can see the light of day, making it privileged. I think you can see where I’m going with this: You can find racism even under a rock.

    • me

      Don’t forget those racist clouds! And snow! And marshmallows! And toilet paper! And rice! And pills! And milk! And teeth! And bunnies! And the moon! And book pages! And angel wings! And old peoples’ hair! And…and…gaaaah! The raaaaycis universe!

      • Franklin_Ryckaert

        Don’t forget the Black Holes in the universe. Those absorb all light that comes near (how symbolic!). Scientists also speculate about the existence of White Holes that emit light. That reeks suspiciously of “white privilege”!

      • SFLBIB

        If it snows for Christmas, we’re all in trouble.

  • Erasmus

    Gotta love those latino family values. They’re such natural republicans, aren’t they?

    (The first time Bush the lesser drooled about “Latino family values,” I immediately knew he was full of tschit and regretted having voted for him.)

    • mobilebay

      Our punishment here in Texas? He’s baaaccckkk!

      • Alexandra1973

        For what it’s worth he’s not a native Texan; he’s originally from New England.

        My mother found out he’s our 12th cousin and about flipped (we’re into genealogy).

        • If I ever found something like that out about my own lineage, I would never tell a soul, and would only admit it under oath in a courtroom under cross-examination.

        • mobilebay

          Don’t dig too deeply, Alexandra. My son did and found that his father and I are 10th cousins. It was “cool” with two of the kids; the other wanted to know what we planned to do about it. I told her “nothing” after this long, but it certainly explained a lot.

    • me

      Jeb Bush married a ‘diverse “Latino”‘. Thus, the cognitive dissonance.

      • Alexandra1973

        And look how their kids behave.


    “change their teaching practices to boost minority students’ performance.”

    Asians eat lots of rice. We didn’t have to “change our teaching practices to boost their performance” in school. Not eating sandwiches didn’t seem to hinder their performance either. The only way for minorities to do better is for them to hit the books.

  • Rusty Shackelford

    The easiest way to avoid having to worry about boosting minority students’ performance is to not have minority students.

    • IstvanIN

      Make sure he has brothers and sisters, please. You want him to have allies after you are gone. The biggest mistake I made was not remarrying after my wife died and leaving my daughter an only child. My daughter had a baby after many miscarriages but it looks like he will be an only child. Fortunately he has cousins. But I am still guilt ridden, although 30 years ago I never envisioned the hell hole this nation would evolve into.

  • Jim Henry

    I suppose teaching about condoms, how to properly budget money or non-violence would also be racist.

    Does that principal actually get paid for spouting this stuff?

  • Franklin_Ryckaert

    Yes, but by eating the peanut butter you symbolically “eat” the black man and that is racist! The best policy (for whites only) is to eat nothing because there will allways be “people of color” who will be “offended”. So starve to prove that you are not racist!

    • me

      Well, White people eat peanut butter, supposedly ‘invented’ by a Negro, which is ‘offensive’ to a taco muncher–and Black people eat White people as a matter of course, both here and in the ‘dark continent’ of Africa. My head is spinning from the stench of irrationality and stupidity. How did this affirmative action ‘Latino’ get support from the school district to seriously finance this insanity?

  • Dr. Verita

    its Carl Marx’s flying circus.

    • me

      I’m a communist and that’s okay…
      I riot all night and I sleep all day.
      I hate all Whites
      I love all Browns
      I agitate with glee
      On Sunday I go shopping
      With my tax-funded EBT!

      • William_JD

        Nice allusion/lyrics. Upvotes for both of you.

      • ThomasER916

        The People have taken the internet from comrade Al Gore!

        I present it to you as winner!

  • Alexandra1973

    I believe it was the Mayans who had it first. Or something.

  • IstvanIN

    But it would be fun to watch.

  • Magician

  • Truth Teller

    My sister refused to send her children to public school because of this sort of thing. They tried several private schools but it was just more of the same anti White rhetoric.
    Whether it is a free public school, a moderately priced catholic parish school or $40.000 for the most elite private schools, they are all anti White. And even the most elite and expensive pride themselves on affirmative action administrators who treat the White teachers as badly as do the surly people who run the public schools.

  • me

    Absolutely! Especially on WHITE bread. You big raaaaycis!

  • Even after the Iran-Iraq war, each side wrongly held tens of thousands of POWs from the other nation for years and years, in spite of the best efforts of the United Nations as well as the Red Cross/Red Crescent to convince their respective governments to send these men home.

    So long as some basic screening among the high-ranking brass is done for possible war crimes, sending the enlisted, NCOs and junior officers home should be an early order of business.

  • Erasmus

    Yup. Maybe one Somali doctor for every 10,000 Somali cabdrivers and it only cost the citizens of the United States several billion dollars. Money well spent.

    Whenever I begin to imagine that Islamo-fascism in the ME is a danger to the survival of the United States, I look at what our “leaders” in Washington and in state government have been up to and realize the real danger to our society and country isn’t from a bunch of ragged sand-n*****s.

    • Whitetrashgang

      In real terms each Somali will cost the US at least a million dollars,cost of a Somali witch doctor priceless.I think also with Obama care witch doctors will now perform most heart operations.

  • Andrew

    Didn’t a black guy “invent” peanut butter ?

    • Nope. Peanuts are native to the foothills of the Andes, and Bolivian Indians were already mashing roasted peanuts to make a paste with them 3000 years ago. The modern inventor was probably John Kellogg – yes, THAT Mr. Kellogg – the one who also invented corn flakes, and who was a fanatical vegetarian. He used boiled peanuts, but was apparently the first to combine the mashed nuts with vegetable oils to make a smoother product.

  • Whitetrashgang

    My house is covered in peanut butter so naggers cant climb on the roof.

  • Grilled cheese sandwiches are especially racist and stereotyped when served with tomato soup.

    • Alexandra1973

      Thinking about fixing that for me and my son for dinner tomorrow or day after…grilled cheese and tomato soup. It’ll be easier to clean up if nothing else, since we’re headed for Detroit Thursday.

  • Wrong. Carver’s “inbention” is an urban myth.

  • Emperor Naked

    My office was located down the street from this high school in Santa Rosa in the early 1990s when it was broken into and ransacked by a Mexican gang after I broke up a girl gang fight behind my office. The break-in left my office in a shambles and I was put out of business. Santa Rosa Junior College is just down the street from the high school. Rapes around the campus were escalating then, too.

    Lately, the Hispanic community has been holding protests over a sheriff shooting of a kid that pointed what turned out to be a toy gun at him. The red tip had been removed and the sheriff had repeatedly commanded that the kids drop it. Instead, the kid raised the gun and aimed it at him. The protests have been going on for a few weeks now. Of course, it is costing the city lots of money.

    This information was given to me by an old friend that lives there and has a son in law who is a sheriff’s deputy.

    If you go to Sonoma County now, what you see is Hispanics everywhere you go as the apparent majority.

  • Paleoconn

    I was probably racist when I was 4 years old, but PB&J had little to do with it. My observation skills were largely the culprit.

  • Pat Kittle

    Banning butter & jelly can’t fix stupid & lazy.