Doughnuts for Choice

Apparently, the term “choice” may only refer to abortions. It seems some right-wing pro-lifers (aka anti-choicers) are all up in arms over the news that some Krispy Kreme Doughnut shops have released the following statement, celebrating Barry’s inauguration this Tuesday.

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Inc. (NYSE: KKD) is honoring American’s sense of pride and freedom of choice on Inauguration Day, by offering a free doughnut of choice to every customer on this historic day, Jan. 20. By doing so, participating Krispy Kreme stores nationwide are making an oath to tasty goodies — just another reminder of how oh-so-sweet ‘free’ can be.

The folks over at the American Life League didn’t care for Krispy Kreme’s liberal use of the word choice.

Since when was choice limited to abortions? Can’t I choose a box of doughnut holes over a classic glazed without being sucked into the abortion debate? I always thought it was a nice thing that we got so many choices in this fine country of ours.



7 comments ↓

#1 l3wis on 01.18.09 at 10:46 pm

What kind of Doughnuts do you think Blondie’s siss likes? Unleaven?

#2 Ghost of Dude on 01.19.09 at 7:37 am

Just like the word ‘gay’ now means homosexual instead of happy.

#3 l3wis on 01.19.09 at 8:00 am

Nothing says civil rights and diversity like fucking doughnuts.

#4 EggBert on 01.19.09 at 1:11 pm

Dear Prozac-commie: My really sweet neighbor has something to say regarding your use of choosing healthy Krispy Kreamer doughnuts:

“Honey, regardless of what gender you are (Creamy creams both ways), if you’d like to meat my doughnut hole tomorrow (or anytime) on intercoreauguration day? Mmmm, Mmmm, Yumm – give me a call because I am pro-hole choice!” – Neighbor, Creamy Nugent

Sincerely,

EggBert and kind & creamy neighbor

#5 l3wis on 01.19.09 at 2:13 pm

Give’s a ‘hole’ new meaning to ‘bumping donuts’ huh?

#6 Ghost of Dude on 01.19.09 at 3:17 pm

Nothing says civil rights and diversity like fucking doughnuts.

I prefer to eat them.

#7 l3wis on 01.19.09 at 3:44 pm

Before or after?

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