Republicans are OUTRAGED that no Republicans participated in the 50th Anniversary of the civil rights march on Washington this week.
And it is a very interesting thing to point out - the lack of any Republican Party official participating in the commemorating of a landmark moment in America's Civil Rights movement.
So why weren't any Republicans involved?
Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner was invited and declined to attend.
Republican House Majority Leader Eric Cantor was invited and delcined to attend.
Possible 2016 Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush was invited and declined to attend.
Former Republican Presidential Candidate Sen. John McCain as invited and declined to attend.
Every Republican member of congress was invited and declined to attend.
Former Republican Presidents George W. Bush and George H.W. Bush were invited and declined to attend.
In the Republiverse (the slightly off-kilter "reality" that Republicans live in), conservatives are outraged at organizers of the celebration because every major Republican politician invited to participate in the celebration declined to attend.
Perhaps these Republicans were too busy meeting to figure out new voter laws to help disenfranchise minority voters.
Well, except for Eric Cantor. He said he was too busy meeting with oil lobbyists.