Ryan Koch, a bold white man from Des Moines, Iowa, launched a petition this week to change the name of the “Cracker Barrel” restaurant to “Caucasian Barrel,” because as Koch astutely wrote, “white people should have something to be offended by too!”
“I say all of us European Americans start protesting Cracker Barrel,” the resolute champion for equality wrote on his Change.org petition. “It uses an offensive slur and it is deeply offensive and mocks our long and proud heritage”:
The name is offensive, their logo stereotypes European Americans as people who sit on chairs and lean against what appears to be a bourbon barrel, claiming we are all a bunch of alcoholics. Sure, they’ll SAY it’s a “cracker” barrel but everyone knows crackers don’t come in barrels, they come in bags and boxes!
Indeed, Mr. Koch. Indeed!
Like Young Conservatives contributor Yehuda Remer wrote, this petition is “hilariously awesome” because it does a great job mocking the race baiters.
And like The Political Insider pointed out, the petition fits in perfectly with the bullshit liberal rhetoric about how “we must stay away from racial stereotypes in names.”
“Just like the left is angry about the Washington ‘Redskins,’ Ryan is going to battle for Caucasians at this delicious family restaurant.”
Exactly. Fair is fair, and this petition is 100 percent fair — not to mention hilarious.
Kudos to you, Mr. Koch!