Ah, our welcoming, tolerant liberals – they’d never try to do anything which would prevent the free exchange of ideas, would they?
Saying it received an “onslaught of personal attacks,” a Colorado nonprofit announced in a news release today that it was canceling a scheduled May appearance in Glendale by former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin.
Palin, the former Alaskan governor and possible 2012 Republican presidential candidate, was to be the keynote speaker at the May 2 Patriots & Warriors Gala at the Infinity Park Event Center in Glendale.
The event, sponsored by the Sharon K. Pacheco Foundation, was announced Friday. But the group said Saturday that the event had been canceled because of “safety concerns resulting from an onslaught of negative feedback received by the organization.”…
Well, they had to stop her from speaking, didn’t they? Someone like Sarah Palin – speaking at an event for a group which provides a “grief camp” for the kids of fallen soldiers – is just too dangerous for our nation! She might have said something which in some way, shape or form could have been misconstrued by an insane person who never heard it! Just can’t have that, now can we? Of course, its not just Sarah Palin and the United States – seems that foreign liberals are just like ours:
President George W. Bush has canceled an event in the famously neutral country Switzerland because of expected protests to his presence there.
Bush was supposed to give the keynote address at a Jewish group’s charity gala on Feb. 12 in Geneva…
…”We didn’t want to put people and property in Geneva at risk. The gala is maintained but George Bush will not take part,” the group’s lawyer, Robert Equey told the Tribune de Geneve…
Oh, come on, now – you know they had to stop Bush from speaking. Its a Jewish group, for crying out loud! Clearly part of a Neo-con/Zionist plot – once again, just too dangerous to allow the man to speak…the world might die if certain words from certain people are spoken in public.
Thank goodness we have liberals to ensure that our debates are carried on in a respectful, peaceful manner.