Saturday, October 22, 2011

Typical GOP

No riffraff allowed near them.

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) canceled a planned speech about income inequality on Friday, after learning that his hosts at the University of Pennsylvania planned to make the event open to the public.


Cantor canceled the speech just hours before it was to go on. His aides supposedly did not know it would be open to the public when he decided to give the speech, and they were worried the crowd would be almost entirely protesters.

In a later update, however, the University of Pennsylvania issued a statement insisting that the speech had always been billed as “open to the general public” and adding, “We very much regret if there was any misunderstanding with the Majority Leader’s office on the staging of his presentation.”

  Raw Story

They’re so unpopular, they can’t appear in public.

In a stroke of luck, Cantor’s abrupt cancellation came just one day after the U.S. Social Security Administration said that 50 percent of U.S. workers made less than $26,364 last year.

Yeah, not so lucky for FIFTY PERCENT of the US workforce.

What on earth could they be protesting?

....but hey, do what you will anyway.

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