Sat Oct 6, 2012, 07:07 PM
proud2BlibKansan (96,793 posts)
Tim Garvey, Kansas State Candidate, Explains Anti-Obama Facebook Rant
Tim Garvey, a Republican candidate for the Kansas House of Representatives, is saying that a bizarre Facebook post he wrote several weeks ago about race, President Barack Obama and the late conservative journalist Andrew Breitbart was his attempt to help end racism.
Garvey, a 25-year-old property owner/manager, told The Huffington Post that he wrote the rambling message on his personal Facebook account "when I was really mad." He said that he wants people to look beyond race and that he believes Obama is trying to force a racial divide on the country. In the post, he accused "Mr. Obama" of wanting to "f*** us over" and wrote that "there is no black or white ... we all bleed red."
His Facebook page. I can't find any supporters there. https://www.facebook.com/TimGarveyFor83rdHouseDistrictOfKansas
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Sat Oct 6, 2012, 07:13 PM
exboyfil (7,145 posts)
4. He is running to be a U.S. Congressman?
and writes like that? I am a nobody, and I know to watch my language. I also try to use correct grammar. Did he have a few before getting on Facebook?