The Best Way to Celebrate Diversity

Posted on January 21, 2013 2:00 pm

[High Praise! to Nuking Politics]

Look I love diversity. I always put white, black, and red beans into my chili. I get so many flavor profiles from it.

The thing is, I don’t put every kind of bean in my chili… not every bean is good for this particular stew. I could add it, but that doesn’t mean it’s gonna work right.

Liberals just want to put every bean in every chili because they way they look at things, if you don’t, you’re racist.

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6 Responses to “The Best Way to Celebrate Diversity”

  1. NoMoBama says:

    Not to mention what comes out the next day when you’re forced to eat that kind of chili. Maybe hat explains why all the communist strongholds are such filthy toilets.

  2. Carpenter says:

    Honesty. I believe the best way to “Celebrate Diversity” is to embrace honesty.

    I honesty believe that the Constitutional government of the United States has been overthrown, and that WE American people have been captured by foreign enemies, Socialists and Communists.

    I honesty believe that the America WE grew up in is DEAD. It is gone.

    and I honesty believe that the only answer can be found in the Declaration of Independence

  3. Professor Hale says:

    Not every bean in every chili. Just every bean in YOUR chili.

  4. zzyzx says:

    I don’t like chili…is that wrong?

  5. Zaklog the Great says:

    ^ Zzyzx, Racist!

    But seriously, by this analogy, I think it would be more accurate to say they put a bunch of colors of the same kind of bean in the chili. It looks colorful and varied, but it’s actually bland. There are red pinto beans and white pinto beans and black pinto beans and gay pinto beans and woman pinto beans and pinto beans that are very confused if they’re men or women and insist you be confused as well, but there are no black beans, or great northern beans, or garbanzo beans, and it really all tastes the same.

  6. 4of7 says:

    Don’t use mung beans.
    Seriously, don’t.

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