Now that Senator Thom Goolsby has compared educators and the media to Vladimir Lenin, I presume that State GOP Chair Claude Pope will denounce him for an “inexcusable, disgusting and shameful” attack.
Goolsby wrote on his blog: “Vladimir Lenin said, ‘A lie told often enough becomes the truth.’ Professional educrats (education bureaucrats) and their buddies in the mainstream media have taken this quote to heart.”
You will recall – see blogs below by both Carter and me – that Pope accused D.G. Martin of comparing North Carolina Republicans to Nazis. Pope called it an “inexcusable, disgusting and shameful” attack.
Pope called on UNC-TV to cancel D.G.’s book show so as not to “damage the reputation of an otherwise upstanding organization.”
He should worry about Goolsby damaging the reputation of the Republican Party.