Monday, June 3, 2013

Hey Bigots, Cheerios Commercial is Not a Ploy to Make Everyone Open-Hearted

Posted By on Mon, Jun 3, 2013 at 4:30 PM

Have you seen the new ad from Cheerios (conveniently placed above), featuring an interracial family — complete with a white mother, black father and an incredibly cute daughter? The kid is beautiful and the commercial is adorable.

Of course, since the kid is biracial, so leave it to the bigots to come out using big words like "multiculturalism" on Reddit in ever-so-enlightened comments:

Multiculturalism, feminism, and other marxist liberal ideologies will be responsible for the death of western society.

Why can't we just create an island on the internets or in real life where these folks can live in Mayberry? It's marketing, not a ploy to make even the most narrow-minded folks on the planet open-hearted ... or maybe it is ... bwahahahha.

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