RNC Official Says NM Governor Disrespected Custer by Meeting American Indians
Yes, a member of the Executive Committee of the Republican National Committee
Wingnuts Fri Aug 24, 2012 at 12:05 pm PDT
Read it all here.
Pat Rogers, a Republican National Committee (RNC) leader, is facing calls for his dismissal after telling the staff of Gov. Susana Martinez, R-N.M., that because she agreed to meet with American Indians, she disrespected the memory of Col. George Armstrong Custer.
Custer is infamous for being a U.S. Army commander in the mid-1800s who killed many American Indians during what are historically known as the Indian Wars. He was killed at the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876.
Rogers is a GOP lobbyist and partner with the Modrall law firm of Albuquerque, New Mexico. A recent member of the RNC Executive Committee, he is also an RNC National Committeeman for his state. He is currently in Tampa, Florida preparing for the upcoming Republican National Convention...
http://littlegreenfootballs.com/article … ents/#ctop
well ,I guess the Indians don't vote?
Grab your popcorn, folks.
Sit back and wait for the show.
How will the GOP and Romney/Ryan campaign spin this one?
R party vs. R individual for the second time this week!
With so much cannibalism, gotta wonder who'll be left standing to be able to attend the convention?
About time somebody disrespected Custer, the blustering sod! Not that he'd notice at this late date.
Dead people are very sensitive!
Why, the founding fathers turn over in their graves whenever their Constitution gets disrepected. I expect they've spun themselves clear through to China by now.
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http://i.imgur.com/779Vw.jpgI've got to hand it to Fox News/Fox Nation, they didn't lie at all in this headline.
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