If You Don’t Think It, You Don’t Have to Worry about Saying It

Last week, Maine Governor Paul LePage got into a little bit of hot water while talking about how all the drug dealers from New York and the other New England states were “impregnating young white girls” on their visits to Maine.

In no time he was called out by the Media.

So he did what all scoundrels do in these circumstances: he blamed the media. “I made one slip-up,” LePage was quoted as saying. “I may have made many slip-ups. I was going impromptu in my brain, didn’t catch up to my mouth. Instead of saying, ‘Maine women,’ I said, ‘White women.’ I’m not going to apologize to the Maine women for that because if you go to Maine you will see we are essentially 95 percent white.”

Governor, that doesn’t really help.

If you don’t think it, you don’t have to worry about saying it.

But we can all see exactly what he said, because, of course, it was captured on video and posted on YouTube. See for yourself!

About a1skeptic

A disturbed citizen and skeptic. I should stop reading the newspaper. Or watching TV. I should turn off NPR and disconnect from the Internet. We’d all be better off.
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