Reid talking about Lincoln and Django Unchained at Rosa Parks ceremony. Says "amazing" how their themes ring true today.
— jennifer bendery (@jbendery) February 27, 2013
Here’s to you, Quentin Taranti … er, um, Rosa Parks. A 9-foot-tall statue of the civil rights icon was unveiled this morning in the U.S. Capitol building and, naturally, Harry Reid showed up to make the dedication extra special. He’s got such a knack for that sort of thing!
Don’t look now, but Harry Reid just referenced the movies “Lincoln” and “Django Unchained” during the Rosa Parks ceremony.
— RB (@RBPundit) February 27, 2013
Let’s go to the videotape:
Ah yes. Of course! How better to highlight the quiet, peaceful dignity of Rosa Parks than to work in a little praise for a shoot-em-up revenge film? Nicely done, Harry!
Wait what? Did Reid just say Django unchained?…
— M (@StylishMz) February 27, 2013
— Alex Burns (@aburnspolitico) February 27, 2013
— Santino J. Rivera (@SJRivera) February 27, 2013
Seriously? MT @rbpundit: Don’t look now, but Reid just referenced the movies “Lincoln” & “Django Unchained” during the Rosa Parks ceremony.
— RocksEm (@RocksEm) February 27, 2013
Harry Reid just cited Django Unchained in his speech at the Rosa Parks statue unveiling. Proceed, Majority Leader…
— Justin Snow (@journosnow) February 27, 2013
Yes. By all means, Harry, please proceed.
What was that about the complete and utter fusion of the Democratic Party and the entertainment industry?