Thursday, September 01, 2005
The Scarlet Paint Ball
Kevin Fobbs "is President of National Urban Policy Action Council (NuPac), a non-partisan civic and citizen-action organization that focuses on taking the politics out of policy to secure urban America's future one neighborhood, one city, and one person at a time."
NuPac the "non-partisan" organization "promotes fiscally responsible compassionate conservative public policies."
The President of the "non-partisan" organization also happens to be "Outreach Communications Vice Chairman of the Michigan Republican Party...daily host of The Kevin Fobbs Show on conservative News Talk WDTK - 1400 AM in Detroit...National Political Columnist for the RNC...co-founder of the Jackson, MI-based American Conservative Values Television Network station" and writes a weekly column for my Grand Old Plagiarizing friends at GOPUSA.com.
This is from Mr. Fobb's latest column called "Looters Are The Worst of Humanity":
"Some of the police, who feel they don't have the capacity to apprehend, detain and lock up the looters may be able to tag them. That's right... just take a red paint ball gun with permanent red paint balls and tag the thieving perpetrator in the act. The looter is tagged with a scarlet letter of sorts and a reward can be given to anyone supplying information on the looters who are wearing their version of the scarlet letter."
Bobby Eberle's posse is pretty pissed about New Orleans, just not so much about the hurricane. The top story they're carrying is a Cybercast News Service number called "World Watches the Looting of New Orleans."
Weird how there is no mention at GOPUSA.com of the reports about New Orleans police officers who helped themselves to all the free electronics that they could cart away.
But then...that doesn't fit in with the spin, now does it.