Friday, August 22, 2008

D Minus-3: Malkin in Denver


Via Hot Air. The complete "Recreate '68" protest schedule is here. I just hope that VodkaPundit has already made contact with our inside sources at Shotgun Willie's.

UPDATE: The DNCC just sent out a press release:
In an effort to give back to the community that has been such a gracious host, the Democratic National Convention Committee (DNCC) held a Community Open House at the Pepsi Center today, allowing Denver residents and students to be among the first to see the unveiling of the innovative Convention podium up close and in person. . . .
Some 1,500 Denver students visited the Convention hall for a special youth program led by Democratic National Committee (DNC) Secretary Alice Germond and DNC Director of Party Affairs, Phil McNamara, who presented a “Convention 101” lesson on the historical significance of political conventions and the role they play in the democratic process. Additionally, youth were able to see the Convention hall up-close, sit in the same seats as delegates, take photos of the podium and participate in a mock delegate voting exercise.
That's "giving back to the community"? Letting people take a tour and see your convention stage? Like they've been feeding the homeless or something.

1 comment:

  1. Smoke and mirrors, just smoke and mirrors. Yet it fools so many!