What do you call a white politician with a black adopted son who honors family commitments and deceased police officers instead of attending a special interest group’s event? A racist, of course -- or at least insensitive.
Gov. Paul LePage this morning told reporters that the NAACP can "kiss my butt" in response to questions about why he is not attending Martin Luther King Jr. events on Monday.
Before a meeting with business leaders, LePage called the civil rights group "a special interest" and said if they wanted to meet with his Jamacian son they could.
"Tell 'em to kiss my butt," he told the TV station. "If they want to play the race card, come to dinner and my son will talk to them."
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