He's a Democrat
He's Too Subtle
He Didn't Do Anything In Iran
He's Willing To Make Deals With Terrorists
He's Wasting Too Much Money
He Is Trying To Socialize America
He's Doing Alright
I just asked my friend if she knew what 'cracker' meant after i called her it and she said and i quote "Is that some sort of food"
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cracker_(pejorative)There are various theories concerning the origin of the term "cracker."
The term was in use in Elizabethan times to describe braggarts. The original root of this is the Middle English word crack meaning "entertaining conversation" (one may be said to "crack" a joke); this term and the alternate spelling craic are still in use in Ireland and Scotland. It is documented in Shakespeare's King John (1595): "What cracker is this same that deafs our ears with this abundance of superfluous breath?"
By the 1760s, this term was in use by the English in the British North American colonies to refer to Scots-Irish settlers in the south. A letter to the Earl of Dartmouth reads:
I should explain to your Lordship what is meant by Crackers; a name they have got from being great boasters; they are a lawless set of rascalls on the frontiers of Virginia, Maryland, the Carolinas, and Georgia, who often change their places of abode.
A similar usage was that of Charles Darwin in his introduction to The Origin of Species, to refer to "Virginia squatters" (illegal settlers).
Spaniards in Florida called them "Quáqueros," a corruption of the English word "Quaker," which the Spanish used to contemptuously refer to any Protestant.
Other possible origins of the term are linked to early Florida cattle herders (Florida crackers) that traditionally used whips to herd wild Spanish cattle. These cowboys were distinct from the Spanish vaqueros of Florida. The crack of the herders' whips could be heard for great distances when they were used to round cattle in pens and to keep the cows on a given track. Also, "cracker" has historically been used to refer to those engaged in the low paying job of cracking pecans and other nuts in Georgia and throughout the southeast U.S.
According to the 1911 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, it is a term of contempt for the "poor" or "mean whites," particularly of Georgia and Florida. Britannica notes that the term dates back to the American Revolution, and is derived from the cracked corn which formed their staple food. (In British English "mean" is also a term for tightfistedness, with no malice implied.)
Historically the word suggested poor, white rural Americans with little formal education. Historians point out the term originally referred to the strong Scots-Irish of the back country (as opposed to the English of the seacoast). Thus a sociologist reported in 1913: "As the plantations expanded these freed men (formerly bond servants) were pushed further and further back upon the more and more sterile soil. They became 'pinelanders', 'corn-crackers', or 'crackers'." 
I honestly thought it's because some non-white dudes smoked crack and noticed how white it was.
"The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis."
Moderator's Warning: Can we please get back on topic. I'm getting hungry for some Ritz at this point
Tucker Case - Tard magnet.