9.11.2005

Limousine Liberals Leave Darkie at the Doorstep

After first planning to accept a number of hurricane refugees into their community, the white folk of Basalt, Colorado have apparently had second thoughts. The wealthy mountain community near Aspen held a meeting intended to focus on "resettlement of Hurricane Katrina victims," but that apparently meant "resettling them elsewhere."
"Aren't we really going to do these people a grave injustice by introducing them to our climate and our cost of living?" [Mayor Leroy] Duroux asked. "It may be worse for them than being in a shelter."

Not to mention the irritation of Basalt kids having to share classrooms with black children, or its women having to quicken their step in the parking lot after buying groceries.

"Take my tax money, please! Just don't make me touch these people."

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