In a village of America, the name of which I have no desire to call to mind, there lived not long ago one of those gentlemen that kept a gun in the gun rack, an old Bible-thumper, a lean hack, and a hound for emotional support.
Of course the Grand Junction Sentinel was right to publish a racist meme shared by Republican official
The Grand Junction Sentinel is defending its decision to publish a Facebook post, shared by Delta County Republican Chair Linda Sorenson, comparing Obama to a Chimpanzee:
More Facebook posts raise questions about Delta Republicans’ explanations for post comparing Obama to a Chimp
Delta County (Colorado) GOP chair Linda Sorenson, who’s been the focus of national media attention after sharing a racist Facebook meme comparing Obama to a Chimpanzee, has apparently shared or “liked” material in the same vein in the past, including Facebook posts in support of the confederate flag and another illustrating that the President has committed “hanging offenses” (at right and below).
Delta County Republicans say hacker is responsible for racist Facebook meme, contradicting GOP chair, who’d acknowledged posting it
In the wake of a Republican U.S. Senate candidate’s denunciation of a racist Facebook meme shared on the personal Facebook page of GOP County Chair Linda Sorenson, Delta County Republicans are saying a hacker is responsible for the post , contradicting Sorenson, who has taken responsibility for it last week.
It’s a basic part of a reporter’s job to respond publicly to criticism. Yet, many don’t do it
U.S. Senate candidate Jon Keyser has proven to be a horrible media critic, threatening a reporter with his dog and saying the media is out to get him, without offering any evidence for his anger. In fact, I can’t identify a single question from reporters that’s been unfair to Keyser or unreasonable given the facts on the table.
If you followed the debate over a bill allowing a predatory lender to charge millions more in high interest rates, you know that the key question, at the end of the day, was: Will OneMain holdings leave Colorado if it can’t make even more money here?
Never afraid to withhold his opinion when it comes to U.S. Senate candiate Jon Keyser, Rep. Justin Everett (R-Littleton) unleashed these Facebook posts this week: