Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Advocates for Illegal Aliens apparently don't know how to spell so well - "Seperations"??

From Eric Dondero: 

Wow. This is embarrassing. Not only for the activists pushing for amnesty for Mexican and Central Americans who crossed into the United States illegally, and Muslim terrorists who paid Mexican coyotes to cross them over, but most especially for Roll Call who ran the photo. 

The activists showed up at town hall meetings held by Reps. Charlie Dent and Joe Pitts in Pennsylvania. At one of the meetings, held in a church, their sign read: "No More Seperations" with hearts and a family in red magic marker. 

The photo is very large and is the first featured at the Democrat-leaning Roll Call.

The photo is from Douglas Graham/CQ Roll Call. You can see it here in the Roll Call Gallery slideshow.

What in the world was inside-the-Beltway liberal website Roll Call thinking? Or, did it slip through without the editor noticing? (Photo h/t - TheBlaze)

7 comments:

jimmyjones5 said...

Are you seriously going to get on somebody else's spelling? You don't even know what 'Native American' means.

mitsukurina said...

Yeah, semi-literate pot calling the ill-educated kettle black.

You, Gary, and Chuck seem to have a fifth grade education between the three of you.

Rational Nation USA said...

Likely true true mitsukurina. Eric probably accounts for 3.5 of the 5 years.

Eric Dondero said...

Notice not one of you had anything to say about the sign. Instead, you'd rather engage in bashing me.

Surely you do think it's at least a little bit odd, that Roll Call would feature a photo with a grossly bad spelling on their front page, of any group?

Forget about the illegal aliens angle for a second.

You do agree, that a mainstream news website having a huge photo with bad spelling from some political group is bad, right?

mitsukurina said...

It makes the group look ridiculous, of course. Either their photo editor is an idiot or he is having a bit of fun.

Eric Dondero said...

Thank you! My gosh. Was that so fucking hard???

Like pulling fucking teeth with you all.

Ben Ing said...

So you are saying that the media should edit the picture because of bad spelling? Maybe a little photoshop to make them look a little more WASPy? C'mon, I have seen plenty of bad spelling on both sides and I would not expect the media to do anything more than report the news, certainly not edit it. Or then again, maybe you expect the media to write the words on the sign to make a "better media event."