Scott Beason on Herman Cain

Here’s a quote from the Associated Press story on Herman Cain’s visit to Alabama, published without the slightest bit of context:

Scott Beason, a Republican Alabama state senator, said a Cain win, especially in the Deep South, would be a visible sign of progress.

“It would change the stereotypes play online blackjack at absolute poker that still exist about how people make their decisions down here,” Beason said. “I think it’s ironic that he will do better here than in the so-called enlightened states up north.”

I think it’s ironic that the AP would consider Scott Beason a credible commentator on racial issues.

5 Responses to “Scott Beason on Herman Cain”

  1. Del says:

    I tweeted! (Now both of my followers will be made aware.) Beason needs to be associated with aborigine like Roy Moore is with the Commandments.

  2. Kathy says:

    Thanks! I need to go find you on Twitter and make sure I’m following. It’s hard to imagine the AP reporter missing the association.

  3. Bill says:

    I guess it is appropriate that irony died on Halloween.

  4. Kathy says:

    It’s been on life support a long time.

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