Confronting Nasty Stereotypes One Sign At A Time In Cordova, Alabama

Recovering from tornadoes that touched down in their city last month, residents of Cordova, Alabama are angry that Mayor Jack Scott has cited a local ordinance barring single wide mobile homes to be set up as temporary housing.

To show their displeasure with Scott’s trailer position--which some believe is rooted in economic discrimination--opponents have protested at public forums. As seen above, some have even brought along signs.

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You aren't kidding anyone sugar britches. Why don't you give us another Pabst Blue Ribbon riff sweety.
Which one of the 4 wrestlers are you?
I'll just bet you get pretty hot when you watch wrestling sugar-britches.
Sorry Freddy not into watching male contact thats your thing.
Not sure how you'd know anything about me sugar-britches. You either have an imagination prone to incest with your dad and cheap beer or you are a stalker. Which is it sweety?
It's fairly obvious that you're a Southern states dweller (that means 'lives in', by the way) with a mullet and a shotgun who votes for the Republicans, drinks beer from a bottle and then shoots the empties with a shotgun while shouting 'yeeee haww!'. It's also fairly obvious you have very little in the way of education, wit or in fact anything that is generally required to get yourself 'off the farm' and into a job which doesn't facilitate going home covered in faecal matter to beat your wife. Don't bother replying, my Neanderthal to English translator isn't on retainer.
Interesting that you would confide your need for a Neanderthal to English translator. You do my work for me. However, do tell him not to use "kinda" if he's going to criticize "y'all". You really aren't the sharpest knife in the drawer, are you?