Skip to comments.0prisko denies "partisan" Tea Party JROTC color guard featured at Gore's DNC Convention
Posted on 04/08/2010 7:20:19 AM PDT by Notwithstanding
Portage High School West school board member Cheryl 0prisko has forced her school's students into a partisan controversy entirely of her own making. Presentation of the colors by a JROTC color guard is a typical event at all sorts of civic events, including partisan political events. But 0prisko seems to be woefully uninformed. At Al Gore's 2000 Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles, a JROTC color guard presented the colors.
Democratic National Convention Staples Center in Los Angeles August 14-17, 2000
Thursday, Aug. 17, 2000 Al Gores vision for the future 12:45 p.m. PDT Presentation of Colors All City Junior ROTC Color Guard
It’s okay for Democrats, they aren’t partisan.
If the Republicans and Independents would just get over themselves, the Democrats could lead us to a “post-partisan” world (of One Party Drool).
I don't get it. JROTC color guard presents colors at all sorts of events, including political. What's wrong with JROTC presenting at a Gore event? It doesn't infer JROTC supported Gore. Now, if they refused the same for Bush, there would be a story, but there's no indication that happened.
Please read before you post.
A leftist school board member, 0prisko, does not want the JROTC color guard to post the colors at a Tea Party event because it is “partisan”.
First, a Tea Party event is a non-partisan rally of patriots.
Second, even if it partisan, as I noted in my post, this sort of thing is typical at even partisan civic events.
Much of the context was lost when you created a thread to what should have been a post to the existing thread you linked in post number 3.
I read your excerpt. I read the link. What the heck else am I supposed to read to satisfy you? Another thread? Then, this entire thread is crap and should have been posted under the original article as a post.
Please learn FR before you post threads. And don’t be such an a-hole.
I guess I expect higher reading skills among FReepers.