It's from Todd Kincannon , the Former Executive Director of South Carolina GOP (from 2004 to 2010) - this ignorance, bigotry and hatred is sadly no surprise. - We're posting his actual tweet from his page, so you can see it here.
He also said "Transgender People Should Be 'Put in a Camp'"
and It hasn't been this dark in the Superdome since all those poors occupied it after Hurricane Katrina.
— Todd Kincannon (@ToddKincannon) February 4, 2013
So, why would a party allow someone so full of hatred and intolerance for other races, sexualities and religions in a position to LEAD their political party?
We find this outrageous and disgusting, and we're glad we don't live in South Carolina, where apparently bigotry and intolerance are prevalent (which doesn't mean everyone in the state, just the people who support that party).
|A picture of the fool that says food preparers don't need to wash hands|
Look at this from North Carolina on Feb. 3:
GOP senator: Let restaurants ‘opt out’ of handwashing after toilet to ‘reduce regulatory burden’
Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) argued this week that restaurants should be able to “opt out” of health department regulations that require employees to wash their hands after using the bathroom.
On Monday, the freshman senator ended his talk at the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) with a story to illustrate his philosophy on government regulations.
“I was having this discussion with someone, and we were at a Starbucks in my district, and we were talking about certain regulations where I felt like maybe you should allow businesses to opt out,” Tillis recalled. “Let an industry or business opt out as long as they indicate through proper disclosure, through advertising, through employment, literature, whatever else. There’s this level of regulations that maybe they’re on the books, but maybe you can make a market-based decision as to whether or not they should apply to you.” STORY: http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2015/02/gop-senator-let-restaurants-opt-out-of-handwashing-after-toilet-to-reduce-regulatory-burden/
How about this one from Feb. 3?
U.S. Congressman Chris Smith earlier this week announced gay rights are not human rights. "I am a strong believer in traditional marriage and I do not construe homosexual rights as human rights," Smith said. SOURCE: www.thenewcivilrightsmovement
When are people going to wake up and realize everyone is in this country together and need to all respect each other? When are people going to stop putting hateful, divisive, bigots in power?