Pay No Attention To The Crazy Bigotry Behind The Curtain

1 comment January 12th, 2010at 07:25am Posted by Eli

Hmm, I wonder if some of the conservatives are finally realizing that craziness and bigotry, well, kinda makes them look bad.  First their efforts to keep the CA Prop 8 trial off-camera, and now this:

Word from Nashville on Monday was that the First National Tea Party Convention next month will be closed to the press, other than for a limited number of “selected” journalists. No word on who or how many.

This from the people who brought us last summer’s media-saturated Town Hall meetings.

The restrictions apparently apply to the much-anticipated speeches by Sarah Palin and Minnesota’s own Michele Bachmann.

Organizers say that journalists without passes will not be allowed into the convention at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel. (A Star Tribune request for a pass was denied, the paper’s interest in covering its home-state congresswoman notwithstanding).

Convention spokesman Judson Phillips informs us that most of the sessions are closed “at the request” of the presenters. “Given the media interest, I don’t want the sessions disrupted and overrun with the media,” he said.

While organizers are offering to help set up interviews with speakers, they said Palin will not be available.

Since when have Palin or Bachmann ever shied away from the media spotlight?  Something has changed.

Entry Filed under: Palin,Republicans,Teh Gay,Wankers

1 Comment

  • 1. Spear and Magic  |  January 12th, 2010 at 9:00 am

    “…I don’t want the sessions disrupted…”

    Heaven forbid. It’s terrible when you’re trying to have a session and some group continually disrupts it. Jjust awful.


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