July 25, 2005
Last week, Knoll, without an invite, attended the funeral of Staff Sgt. Joseph Goodrich, passed out her business card and claimed that the state government was against the war on terror.
Sunday, Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell said that a written apology would be sent to Goodrich's wife. No word though, on whether the raving moonbat Lt. Governor's hand was soundly slapped or not.
Curiously, Knoll's letter of apology starts out with the words "FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE." That sounds to me like something written more for the press and general public than any kind of legitimate apology letter to the family she insulted.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:Translation: "Oops. I thought you were stark raving moonbats like me. My bad..."
LT. GOVERNOR CATHERINE BAKER KNOLL LETTER OF APOLOGY HARRISBURG:
If my regard for his familyÂ’s grief was seen another way, it is thoroughly regrettable. The fact that you have been offended deserves and receives my most profound apology.
I don't believe her half-assed apology for a minute. She's only sorry that she got caught.
Posted by: Sister Toldjah at July 25, 2005 12:45 PM (VjD5z)
Posted by: Stephen Blythe at July 26, 2005 06:03 AM (Gw0mn)
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