C'mon, now, Presidente Vicente. Don't make a brutha have to sell his timeshare!
Black people, take out your BiDil pills, this story might give you chest pains.
Critics denounce Mexican stamps
By Mark Stevenson
Published June 30, 2005
MEXICO CITY -- The Mexican government has issued postage stamps depicting an exaggerated black cartoon character known as Memin Pinguin, just weeks after remarks by President Vicente Fox angered U.S. blacks.
The series of five stamps released Wednesday depicts a character with exaggerated features, thick lips and wide-open eyes. The character's appearance, speech and mannerisms are the subject of kidding by white characters in a comic book series, which started in the 1940s and is still published in Mexico.