Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Tough Working Conditions For Republicans Today

It being the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr's "I Have A Dream Speech," Republicans have to tone down their voter suppression work, rodeo clowning and routine race-baiting for a full 24 hours.

Note that top GOP congressional leaders declined to join President Obama at MLK Jr ceremonies today.

And Republican spinmeisters will be tapping and editing long into the night to come up with just the Right words to attack whatever the President chooses to do about Syria without sounding overtly seditious.

Employee-of-the-Month award to whomever successfully works "ObamaCare" or "birth certificate" into the talking points.

More context, here.


Anonymous said...

Define "successfully".

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

I am betting 20 quatloos on the Anonymous goof down a couple threads who blamed Walker's punting on his jobs promise on Obama, didn't miss a beat.

Anonymous said...

I kept wanting and waiting to hear the King speech all day long on some - any - media outlet. Not one played the speech.

The dream must now be a reality and there's no longer a need to hear it again.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

I thought Chris Hayes was going to play the whole thing.

I read that the King family had restricted the playing of the whole speech until yesterday.

Anonymous said...

Well isn't that capitalism for ya!

Imagine that, the dream comes with a lefty price tag. Kinda trivializes the whole left agenda on race relations being a "dream".

You can't make this stuff up!