Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Politics' started by mandym, Jul 17, 2012.
Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/brad-w...aacp-get-red-meat-feed-his-base#ixzz20sxTvjVG
Was he invited by the NAACP? If so, for what purpose?
They typically invite Presidential candidates to speak to them.
Yep, and I'm sure that they were harboring no animosity when they invited him.
I have to hand it to Romney for taking a trip into hostile territory.
And willing to speak on those things he knew they would boo him for. Of course if they had been Republicans booing Obama how many threads would have been started here criticizing the booing of someone.
I bet Crabby and Billwald would.:smilewinkgrin:
Strange, isn't it [well, not really...] that no body ever even questioned whether or not it was "mixing politics with religion" when first lady Michelle Obama spoke at the recently held national convention here in Nashville TN of the African Methodist Episcopal Church.
Double standards, you say?? Nah....never happened, never will...