Well, for one thing, the sign was way too uppity. As Taylor Tiamoyo Harris reports at nj.com:
USPS Postal Inspector Greg Kliemisch said Friday afternoon the sign, which read "March is national stop blaming white people month! Accept responsibility for your own bad choices. Hug a white person!," was put up sometime Thursday. It was taken down in the afternoon by employees, he said.
That message was way too uppity.
So what can we do?
Try this: "We could stop racism, evil, and whitey if we just outlawed and removed all pigmentative words from the human language. The UN could do it -- It really could!"
I posted the above on Twitter some 2 hours ago, and the UN has yet to act.
I'll say this once and only once: I will not go back to the UN until they a) take up my Twitter recommendation for stopping racism and b) pass news laws to show they're serious about racism.
Think of it as word control. It goes without saying that letting a compassionate planetary government control our speech is worth it if just one person can be saved from ugly racism.
Don't make me go on CNN.