It Bears Repeating

A kind, compassionate, thoughtful, responsible, caring member of Congress, looking out for the rights of “the little guy” interacts with his beloved constituents;

Is it an isolated incident, or part of a culture that has metastasized throughout the halls of American government?  Little do we know that often we are actors in a grand play, the script being many thousands of years old.

All the guy had to do was answer the question; “Well, he is our president, but I can’t imagine I would “totally” support any administration.  That’s a bit of a stretch, son.  Now if you’ll excuse me…”

“Course then, the kid might have asked; “You don’t totally support Obama?  So you hate black people then, right?  You just can’t stand the thought of a black man in the Whitehouse?”  That’s probably what our good Congressweasel feared.

At a little over 400 thousand views on Youtube, last I checked, I figure it’s not near enough.

HT to Say Uncle and Snarkybites


One thought on “It Bears Repeating

  1. To just keep walking and say, “I’m sorry, but I have somewhere to be and don’t have the time right now.” would have worked to.

    I will admit it’s a bit painful to watch a young man ask for his arm to be released so politely twice; what with him having a free arm and wonderfully exposed jaw line within reach. That video could have ended a whole lot better.

    And I will admit that it’s been edited so maybe we haven’t seen the full picture. But, unless the Congresscritter was prevented from just walking down the road he’s got no excuse for what he did and as soon as his path was clear (which it obviously was in the video we saw) he should have just kept on walking.

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