By Michelle Malkin • June 24, 2008 01:36 PM Playing the race card and the slavery card in Texas…over barbecue food regulations.
Sheesh. You can’t parody these people:
Leaders of the Black Cultural Council say volunteers and the black community felt “humiliated” after two health department food inspectors threatened to put a stop to a Juneteenth celebration over questions about food preparation for 600 free barbecue sandwiches.
Council President Jo Ann Davenport-Littleton said health inspectors told them it was illegal for the group to serve the sandwiches because they were not prepared at the site where they were served.
Gino Solla, the county’s top health official, said state law prohibits any food service operation from having food prepared in a private home for public consumption.
“I hate that it happened,” Davenport-Littleton said in a story for today’s edition of the Odessa American. “I wanted people to go away talking about how great the celebration was this year. All you heard was ‘They were going to deny us barbecue. Here we are in modern-day slavery again.’ “
Puff Daddy/P. Diddy’s “Obama or die!” chant at the Black Entertainment Television awards last night, which I noted earlier this morning, has inspired our talented friend and michellemalkin.com commenter Tennyson Hayes.
But better watch out for Obama’s Huffpo humor police. They are not amused.
Flashback: South Park skewered Diddy’s “Vote or Die” idiocy during the 2004 election in “Douche and Turd.” Pitch perfect.