During the campaign last year a woman was interviewed at a McCain rally in rural PA. She was against Obama because she said if he won he was going to make all the women in the country wear black burquas. I’d love to find her now and see if she’s wearing her burqua.
Yes, I didn’t even notice the “Amercia” until someone pointed it out to me. Did these folks not to go to school at all? I don’t mean to “cast asparagus” on people who are home schooled, but you have to wonder…
The sign said it all. It was not some last-minute message some meth addict scrawled in crayon on a scrap of cardboard. No, this sign was professionally printed. White block letters on a blue background, the four-word message was in all caps. Someone had to have thought this through. Someone wrote it, edited it, planned it, designed it, ordered it, paid for it. Someone approved it, printed it, distributed it. And then someone thought this was a message he or she wanted to convey to the world. Thank goodness someone had the courage to take a photo of it, and then Huffington Post had the guts to post it on its home page.
The sign made me nauseous, made me embarrassed, made me wonder if at long last there is no decency on the far right. The sign said:
Only a fox right wing nut would have a sign that has two words wrong…”Amercia”-For normal people we spell it America…..and “Infromed’ where the normal folk spell “informed” ………………………….I so much hate Fox news and wish that somehow the name gets changed to Fox Entertainment…since the news is all phony like the blockbuster Acorn sting