CHARLOTTE, N.C., May 28 (UPI) -- Coca-Cola will begin selling limited edition patriotic red, white and blue cans over Memorial Day weekend to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the founding of the United Service Organizations (USO).
My response (pretending to be a liberal):
"I'm proud to be an American"? That's racist. It's anti-black and anti-Hispanic. Many blacks (and liberals) say America is racist and undocumented Mexican immigrants are not American - they're from a foreign country - but should have to right to cross the border into the U.S. freely and live here with impunity, with all the rights of an American citizen.
In fact, lots of members of minorities hate America. The only people who like America are rich white male Republicans, who are the only ones who benefit from the unfair and unequal system of capitalism. To minority groups (and extreme liberals) the "I'm proud to be an American" Coke slogan and red, white and blue coloration is offensive, a major microaggression, non-inclusive and, worst of all, politically incorrect.
These days, NOBODY is supposed to be proud to be an American, starting with the first black President of the United States (elected twice in racist America) and the liberal/socialist Democratic Party. Patriotism is so yesterday, so racist, and a completely unknown concept in the millennial generation.
A patriotic can of Coke? Shame on Coca Cola, for celebrating America - instead of shaming it.
I'm only pretending to be an extreme liberal. I wrote this stuff pretending to be an extreme liberal, but I sound just like a real one! It's perfect parroting: no facts, no reality, no common sense. Damn, I'm a good fake liberal!