The Case of the Disappearing Question

It could just be that I’m going crazy or senile…but I would swear that yesterday I read a question in Pam O’Conner’s online chat asking about Metro’s policy concerning Metro’s advertisement policies. Specifically, they were concerned that Metro was accepting "racist" advertisements on their buses, stations and bus stops. On my way home from the Council meeting, I grabbed a picture of one of the advertisements.
So, here’s the racist ad…what do you think? Is this poster acceptable or not?

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