Nick has said* what I'm sure a lot of people have been thinking. Personally, I've found that a lot of people tend to blow things way out of proportion when it comes to something as innocuous as a silly little bumpersticker. In fact, just after creating this one...
..the complaints really started rolling in:
- The puppies are black and white. Why are no other races represented?
- Isn't it unsafe to leave a toddler so near two dogs?
- The baby is caucasian. Shouldn't we be kind to babies of all races?
- The lettering is in blue. Should we assume female babies/puppies are excluded from acts of kindness?
- Not in Spanish.
- Use of the Latin alphabet is offensive to those whose languages use the Cyrillic, Greek, Arab, etc. alphabets.
- Too Aryan
- Some people are allergic to dogs.
- Image of baby offends childless couples.
- Is documentation available to assure that the puppies were not bred at a puppy mill?
- What about kittens?
- Was basket made in a free-trade nation?
- Not enough cowbell
*Sorry...blogger won't let me link. I'm referring to what Nick said in this post (http://www.nickschweitzer.net/2007/11/26/CoexistWithThis.aspx) in which he observes "...to be honest, that "controversy" was blown out of proportion by everybody, and has become a parody of itself."