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)