"To say that, to use Confederate with 'heroes' is an oxymoron," said Gary Bledsoe, president of the state NAACP office in Austin. "It's like using Nazi with hero. You just can't do that . . . their cause was immoral."Source. And as you look at the photo, wouldn't you feel all warm and fuzzy if you were the head of NAACP?
"AUSTIN - Hours after Gov. Rick Perry kicked off his second full term in office, rocker Ted Nugent helped him celebrate at a black-tie gala, but not all attendees were pleased by the performance. Using machine guns as props, Nugent appeared onstage as the final act of the inaugural ball wearing a cut-off T-shirt emblazoned with the Confederate flag and shouting offensive remarks about non-English speakers, according to people who were in attendance."Story. (Picture is off the 'net but not of the actual event - but it sure could have been.)
Simon said to the man, “You look a little odd. The dancing is terrible. The singing was horrendous and you look like one of those creatures that live in the jungle with those massive eyes. What do they call them? Bush babies.”
Paula calls Simon “sick” and tells the man that he was good and blah blah blah, but as soon as he leaves she starts laughing at him along with Simon and Randy.And Rosie fires off this on The View this morning: “Isn’t that what America thinks is entertainment? To make fun of someone’s physical appearance and then when they leave the room laugh hysterically at them? Three millionaires, one probably intoxicated….”