I got forcibly thrown out of a Republican HQ and the cops called on me because I stopped in while I was canvassing for Kerry and had a Kerry shirt on. Just wanted tickets to go see Pres. Bush at the campus rally.
If I was a douche-bag I would have blamed one man's decision on the entire GOP. But the volunteers working there were fine with it, so was every other person in the building, it just so happened that the one guy in charge didn't like it. Still, though I probably should have sensationalized it, polarized it, and claimed myself a victim of a political cabal trying to crush opposing viewpoints that reached to the top echelons of power. You know, my shirt, and especially me were just that important.
This is obviously ridiculous, but it's even more ridiculous to feign innocence as you wax philosophical about a conclusion that expresses as much political bias as it's supposed the firing did.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dismissal_ ... ontroversy
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