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The Show Me Social Justice International Film Festival catches a break during the General Assembly’s veto session – because, from the reviews, Representative Denny Hoskins (r-noun, verb, CPA) gave a performance worthy of a Golden Rasberry:

Representative John Burnett via Twitter:

Shocker! Repubs open with red herring argument re movie festival funding. Oddly fm Warrensburg where R incumbt is in trouble. Coincidence?     about 8 hours ago  via Twitter for iPhone  

Ouch, that left a mark.

Fired Up! via Twitter:

Hoskins trying to make hay with film festival during veto override debate, but then admitted fund in HB1903 wouldn’t have made a difference     about 8 hours ago  via Twitter for iPhone  

So, why bring it up, unless it was all about political posturing? Because it was all about political posturing.

Tony Messenger via Twitter:

Missouri house begins process of trying to overturn nixon veto of hb1903. unlikely to get the two-thirds majority necessary.     about 8 hours ago  via Panoramic moTweets

Sorry, forgot to tweet the end of the veto session debate. veto override fell way short. back to your previously scheduled fundraisers …     about 6 hours ago  via Panoramic moTweets  

Oh, and fundraising.


Suppose you held a film festival and right wingnuts didn’t want anyone to attend (September 10, 2010)

The show must go on (September 10, 2010)

Rep. Denny Hoskins (r) and Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder (r): The review is in – two thumbs down (September 14, 2010)