Apr 19, 2007

The racist, hatemonger is still coming

We knew this was coming, but a reliable, unnamed source tells us the Cleary University’s executive committee of the board of trustees met today and decided Ann Coulter would still speak Cleary University’s Economic Club Speakers Luncheon Series on Oct. 1.

Despite a recent overwhelming amount of contact with the board and the series sponsors saying Coulter should not be invited, nor should the racist, hatemonger be paid $30,000, the board ignored them. As many of you have posted your replies from President Tom Sullivan telling us to suggest speakers for next year, we knew this was coming.

The appearance is still five months away, so I think we should keep the pressure up. In that five months we can be assured of at least one thing: Coulter will say more offensive and discriminatory things. Maybe it will be enough to change their minds. However, I don’t know what more offensive thing she can do or say to change their minds after all of the crap that has come out of her mouth so far. Perhaps if she wore a white robe and hood to the podium at Crystal Gardens that might change their minds.

Or because this board is primarily made up overwhelmingly of Republicans, so maybe Coulter does speak for them.


Anonymous said...

Conservative Media,

Here is a story from a neighboring Congressional district which my be worth of a post. The Battle Creek Enquirer is generally a liberal publication, but this might be an example of a typical conservative legislator and how they expect the media to work. I think there is going to be a follow up article tomorrow in the paper, but the Walberg Watch website did a nice write up of the story here:


Communications guru said...

Thanks for pointing that out. That reporter worked briefly at the daily newspaper her in Livingston County a few years ago. No politician can, or should, decide who covers them nor should they make beat decisions for the newspaper. I guess that means he gets no coverage in one of the largest newspapers in his district.

Vicki said...

It's been nice chatting with you, this is my last post on this blog. There are lots of things to do before May 8th.
I'll stop by on May 9th and reveal the winning strategy.

Communications guru said...

You don’t have to bother; after the so-called “love” candidates are soundly beaten I’ll post it. By the way, is your anti-gay hate group ever going to revel its endorsements?

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