Fat chance anyone could top Disney’s crisis today—hold on, what’s that now? A Whitney Houston greeting card at Target, you say? Despite its availability prior to the late singer’s death, the retailer—no stranger to questionable cards—has removed the offensive card that read: “Next time you think of dating the bad boy, consider Whitney Houston. That’s all I’m going say.”
As for questionable imagery, a federal judge blocked a move by the Food and Drug Administration that require tobacco companies to put graphic pictures on its packages. The White House had called the measure a “common sense” means of helping prevent childhood smoking.