Tuesday, October 1, 2013

The unforgiving minute: It is, as they say, an ill wind . . .

This seems like an odd plan anyway, since white apartheidists don't really have what you'd call a winning tradition at Gettysburg to begin with.
A planned Ku Klux Klan gathering in Gettysburg, Pa. was canceled due to the government shutdown, Philadelphia's WCAU reported Tuesday.

A Maryland-based KKK group was approved to hold a rally on Saturday at Gettysburg National Military Park, according to WCAU. Park officials told the news station that the rally won't happen because they revoked all permits for special events when the shutdown began Tuesday.

Minute's up.

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