Tuesday, April 27, 2004

From the "You Can't Make This Stuff Up Department":

NRO's Kathryn Jean Lopez, who attended Skankapalooza 2004 over the weekend, reports the following at NRO's The Corner:
There were a good number of "Say What" moments at the March this weekend. Some of the most telling were at the pre-rally the night before, filled with music and ranting aimed at modern-day bra-burner wannabe college students and their nostalgic feminist mothers. One of the most bizarre though, came from Maxine Waters. After sending a civil message to the president ("George W Bush, go to hell! And while you're at it, we want you to take Ashcroft with you. And don't forget Rumsfeld. And please carry along Condi Rice."), Waters told the rallied, "I have to march because my mother could not have an abortion."
I have no idea what she thought she was saying, but as Jane D. points out, Waters is certainly able to march because her mother could not have an abortion.

(By way of the estimable Brian at TSW)

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