I have some words of advice for Sgt Crowley on his Thursday "beer meet" with Barack Obama and Henry Gates.
When Sgt. Crowley goes to the White House to have his "beer" with Barack Obama and Henry "The Crybaby" Gates, It would probably be in the best interest of Sgt. Crowley to NOT order a Guinness Stout. For starters, the beer is "black" in texture, That could raise an eyebrow of Professor Gates. With the foam of the Guinness being white, Obama and Gates might mistake the foam for oppressing the beer itself. They might also believe that Sgt. Crowley was trying to send a message about the "color dominance of "Guinness". Sgt Crowley could order a Colt 45, but that could be seen as pandering or playing into a stereotype. I doubt the 40 ounce bottles of beer will be present at their meeting. Maybe Sgt. Crowley should just order a Coors Light, and that will be it. We still have a problem here. The trademark symbol of Coors is the Rocky Mountains. The Rocky Mountains on the products of Coors have snow on them. Snow is "white". That also could be seen as offensive to Professor Gates. Something so easy really shouldn't be this hard. Sgt. Crowley could just forget the beer and order a cup of coffee instead. If he adds cream to his coffee, Mr. Gates might react into thinking that Crowley has to "whiten up something this is black" in order for him to like it". My advice to Sgt. Crowley is to just order WATER!!