Wednesday, January 11, 2006

AARP Now Recognizes Belafonte For What He Is

AARP issued the following statement in response to remarks made by Harry Belafonte.

"Last year, AARP The Magazine recognized Harry Belafonte for his work in serving as a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF since 1987.

"To our dismay, Mr. Belafonte has made reckless and irresponsible statements about the President of the United States which we neither support nor condone. Mr. Belafonte is entitled to express his own personal views, but AARP does not condone the manner and tone which he has chosen and finds his comments completely unacceptable."

The AARP has this one right. Not only is he reckless and irresponsible but he cannot disguise his vicious and mean spirited personality. He is a poor excuse of an American and a pathetic excuse of a human being, who is unfit to shine the shoes of a true heroic American, Colin Powell, a man he disparaged unfairly.

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