Thuglicans Decline MLK March
Posted in the Columbus Forum
#1 Aug 30, 2013
This just gets more interesting. In a rare (Bigfoot sighting rarity) act of coming clean, O'Really explains how Republicans WERE INDEED invited to speak and attend the MLK50 rally and service and all declined.
Does this not define the racism of the Republican Party? To be invited to share a stage with others and decline the opportunity to do participate??? To subsequently eviscerate the march development even though you were invited?? how many "posters" claimed that there were no Republicans on stage?? How many claimed that this was a left wing venture and that they need not apply.
This is yet another glaring example of the hypocrisy and abolute moral banrupcy of the Right Wing.....
"Bill O'Reilly apologized Thursday night for his erroneous comments about the 50th anniversary celebrations of the March on Washington the previous day.
O'Reilly had complained that no Republicans had been invited to the event. In fact, many, including both living Republican presidents, John McCain, Jeb Bush and John Boehner had been asked to attend. All declined for various reasons.
O'Reilly admitted that he had been wrong.
"The mistake? Entirely on me," he said. "I simply assumed ... Republicans were excluded."
"He advised viewers to "always check out the facts when you make a definitive statement, and added that he was "sorry I made that mistake.""
Willikers O'Really doesn't need facts when he can just MSU (make sh%t up)
Since: Aug 12
#2 Aug 30, 2013
So why was the only black senator not there?
#4 Aug 30, 2013
Why do you think we care?
Since: Jun 13
#5 Aug 30, 2013
As usual, it's up to those of us on the right to find the truth:
Republican Party officials reached out to organizers of this week’s March on Washington commemoration with a series of suggestions for possible GOP speakers, but several of the people they recommended were never contacted with invitations to speak, according to Republican National Committee officials.
Miscommunication and lack of coordination appear to have played a role in at least some of the invites not going out to Republican office-holders. Event organizers say they assumed Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., couldn’t attend, based on a failure to RSVP to an earlier, more general invitation. But his office says he was never actually invited to speak, and he may have been able to attend if he was formally invited.
More than half a dozen different prominent Republicans were invited to speak, but several of the invitations went out quite late in the planning. All sent their regrets.
Since: Dec 11
#6 Sep 2, 2013
Nobody cares about you libtards and your suckfest with blackdom anymore. You'd have been the first brave biotch to throw a rotten tomato at anyone dare speaking with an R in front of his title. Someone has finally figured out that you have no pull anymore. Come hell or high water 95-98% of plantation members will vote the massahs bidding. So there's nothing to loose. Here's a big middle finger to you.
Welcome to five years in to the healing of race relations. And we know.....it's not his fault. Nothing is.
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