The Associated Press reporter confronted me with the NAACP’s accusation that Tea Party Express is paying me, a black tea party patriot, to say the Tea Party Movement is not racist. In essence, the NAACP is calling me a characterless paid mouthpiece traitor to my race.
Fun how characterless people project their sins upon others. The modern day NAACP have abandoned the vision and dream of the civil rights movement founding fathers years ago to be granted a seat at their liberal democrat Massa’s table. And they dare call me a traitor.
Meanwhile, they shamelessly betray blacks by convincing them they are victims in America which is the greatest land of opportunity on the planet for all who choose to “Go for it!”
The NAACP’s attack on me and their so-called documented report that the tea parties are racist are a part of their desperate, “throw everything against the wall and see what sticks” get out the vote campaign.
With only two weeks remaining before the predicted Democrat Armageddon at the polls, Democrats are franticly attempting to fire up their lethargic base.
The latest and most evil tactic of the Democrats, via the NAACP, to ignite their base is “hate” via race baiting. Let’s get black America angry at those tea party folks who are mostly white.
On this third day of the Tea Party Express IV national bus tour, I have been swamped by interviewers from around the world, all asking me to respond to the NAACP report that the tea parties are racist.
I’m telling you what I told the world, “The NAACP’s report is hogwash! I’ve attend over two hundred tea parties across America. I’m right in the middle, in tune, with the pulse of the movement; hearing their concerns and feeling their hearts. All of the racism is coming from the Obama camp. We tea party patriots are opposing Obama’s socialist agenda, not his skin color. Polls say 25% of tea parties attendees voted for Obama.”
So NAACP, your latest trick will fail because it is divisive and evil. Good aways triumphs!
Our next Tea Party Express rally will be in Los Angeles, California. Pat Boone is scheduled to speak. I wonder if Pat will wear his trademark white shoes?
Lloyd Marcus, Proud Unhyphenated American.
In all of life’s tribulations, there is nothing so aggravating as being condescended to by an idiot. In last week’s CNN debate in the Delaware Senate race between the astonishingly well-spoken Christine O’Donnell and the unfortunate-looking Chris Coons, O’Donnell had to put up with it from Coons for 90 minutes.
O’Donnell wiped the floor with Coons, moderators Wolf Blitzer and Nancy Karibjanian, and the idiotic University of Delaware students asking questions — all of whom were against her.
(With the nation on the verge of another great depression — the brunt of which, to my delight, will fall most heavily on college students — guess what the dunderheads asked? GUESS! That’s right: They asked about abortion “in the case of rape or incest,” “don’t ask, don’t tell,” doing something about “our carbon footprint,” and the kook-minister who was going to burn Korans, because ISLAM IS A RELIGION OF PEACE, I TELL YOU!)
O’Donnell’s responses couldn’t have been better if Thomas Sowell were whispering them in her ear. But after every well-thought-out answer she gave, Coons would act as if O’Donnell were speaking in tongues and make a dismissive remark to the moderators: “If you can reconcile all those comments, you’re an even more talented reporter than I think you are, Nancy.”
O’Donnell managed to simply answer the questions without wasting everyone’s time with snippy asides about Coons’ replies.
Then Coons would say something incomprehensible, false or insane — such as his conspiracy theory about the Australians uniting with the Chinese against America.
Yes, Australia, America’s most loyal ally.
After O’Donnell described the China problem with absolute precision — the Chinese hold so much of our debt, we can’t hold them accountable in their dealings with Iran or North Korea — Coons smirkingly replied: “It’s hard for me to respond effectively, Wolf, to all the different issues that my opponent has raised in previous statements, and I’ll just let that stand.”
Read more here.
My Fox News contributor Juan Williams has been fired by NPR for telling an inconvenient truth.
Juan was appearing on Bill O’Reilly’s show Monday night, when O’Reilly asserted, “The cold truth is that in the world today jihad, aided and abetted by some Muslim nations, is the biggest threat on the planet.” Juan didn’t disagree with this claim.
Would President Obama, for example, disagree? I don’t think so. Isn’t this why, for example, we are fighting a war to prevent jihadists from re-establishing a terror base in Afghanistan? (It’s a war, by the way, that Juan happens to oppose.) But do the powers-that-be at NPR really think that jihadists, especially if aided by state sponsors, are not a serious threat? Do the powers-that-be at NPR think their analysts shouldn’t be allowed to say they are?
Juan cited the words of the Times Square bomber: “He said the war with Muslims, America’s war is just beginning, first drop of blood. I don’t think there’s any way to get away from these facts.” Do the powers-that-be at NPR deny that jihadists have made countless comments of this sort? Are NPR analysts not allowed to cite them?
Read more here.