Thursday, July 22, 2010

The Racist Tea Party

Alan Keyes. He must have been brainwashed by the evil tea party conspirators:



A racist spokesman:


This woman must be mad, insulting Martin Luther King!


A racist veteran, After fighting against Socialist regimes, he just might know a thing or two about Socialism. What do you want to bet he's against it?



Must be an "Uncle Tom"


Obviously doesn't understand Keynesian economics:


HONK!

Pictured below is Kenneth Gladney (in the wheelchair). He was attacked and beaten at the St Louis Tea party by SEIU thugs. This is the man whom the NAACP refuses to defend, but, amazingly, has defended the actions of the thugs who attacked him. The attacks have been described as racially motivated. Keep in mind that the thugs who attacked him were NOT tea party attendees, but rather, protesting the tea partiers.

Furthermore, Mr. Gladney was selling pro-Obama buttons and stickers at the event. Something tells me he's not pro Obama anymore.


To be fair, there are no doubt, some nuts on the fringes of the tea party movement that may really be racists. After all, racism is in all of us to some degree. It is in our genes.

However, Democrats are the only ones who can claim, with a straight face, that they are not racist. In actuality, it is the Liberal Democrats that most exhibit racist behavior, as the NAACP has proven.

13 comments:

timothymatters said...

I think liberals think that because they can see racists at times, for them, means that they are not racists. Simply because we can see sin in others doesn't mean we are not sinners. It means that we need to endeavor all the more to see it in ourselves. What makes Democrats and liberals so racist is their belief that they are not.

I think the Bible speaks to this issue: 1 John 1:8 If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us.

Simply by the fact that liberals are so quick to pull the race card shows that race is always dear to their hearts, therefore they are the ones that are truly racists. I'm sick of them getting a pass on this.

BTW, I'm working on a post on this subject as well.

Joe said...

Now, where did you get those pictures? Have they been photoshopped? Everybody knows that there are NO black people at Tea Party rallies. I saw that on Olberman...it MUST be so.

Jim said...

You seem to be very confused. Somehow you seem to believe that the NAACP and others have accused ALL members of the Tea Party of being racist, of being a racist organization.

Of course anybody with a brain knows that's absurdly false. The NAACP has resolved that SOME members of the Tea Party are racist, carry racists signs and say racist things and that the Tea Party should repudiate them [or refudiate if it comes to that].

Believe it or not, there's a difference.

Dan Trabue said...

Wow. In a "party" of - what? Thousands? Tens of thousands? - you've managed to find seven instances of black folk attending a meeting. That proves it. The TP has no racists!

But wait, you ADMIT that there are likely racists who are part of the TP?? Then you AGREE with the NAACP - that there ARE some racists amongst the TP-ers?

Then, perhaps you'll also agree with the NAACP that it would behoove the TP to directly point out that such racists are not part of the TP? That the TP, like the NAACP, will stand against racist actions by even its supporters?

I guess Obama IS bringing people together, then, if Mark can agree with the NAACP!

Hallelujah.

Lone Ranger said...

And in a party of tens of thousands, how many racist signs have been seen? What about the racists among the democrats?

"I do not think it is an exaggeration at all to say to my friend from West Virginia [Sen. Robert C. Byrd, a former Ku Klux Klan recruiter] that he would have been a great senator at any moment. . . . He would have been right during the great conflict of civil war in this nation." --Sen. Christopher Dodd (D., Conn.),

"You cannot go into a Dunkin' Donuts or a 7-Eleven unless you have a slight Indian accent."

"My state was a slave state. My state is a border state. My state has the eighth largest black population in the country. My state is anything [but] a Northeastern liberal state."

"I mean, you got the first mainstream African American [Barack Obama] who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice looking guy."

"There's less than 1% of the population of Iowa that is African American. There is probably less than 4% or 5% that is, are minorities. What is it in Washington? So look, it goes back to what you start off with, what you're dealing with." Sen. Joseph Biden Jr., (D., Del.), 2006-07

(Referring to Barack Obama as a) "light-skinned" African-American who lacked a "Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one." -- Senator Harry Reid

(Referring to Barack Obama in discussion with Ted Kennedy) "A few years ago, this guy would have been getting us coffee."

"The only reason you are endorsing him is because he's black. Let's just be clear." -- Former President Bill Clinton

Mark said...

It wouldn't surprise me in the least if the few racial epithets being uttered at the tea party were from Liberal Democrat infiltrators trying to give the movement a black eye and discredit them.

It's not like the organizers were checking people's ideologies at the door and sending the Liberals away.

Anyone could have walked right in there and participated or started trouble.

Jim said...

LR:

And in a party of tens of thousands, how many racist signs have been seen?

Actually, hundreds. But that's still a small percentage. Nobody denies that.

What about the racists among the democrats?

We're not talking about Democrats.

LR, I don't see anything whatsoever "racist" in any of the "examples" you've offered. Somebody can talk about race without that speech being racist or the person uttering it being a racist.

Lone Ranger said...

Hundreds? I watch the news rather extensively and have not seen hundreds. I've seen a FEW. And I've also seen evidence that those were carried by liberal plants in the TEA parties. I've also seen TEA partiers tell these people to get lost. http://michellemalkin.com/2010/04/15/how-to-spot-and-tag-a-tea-party-infiltrator/


Of course what is racist to a liberal is not racist to me. The race card is the only card in the liberals' deck.

Well, of COURSE you're not talking about democrats, because democrats are now and always have been the greatest source of racism in this country.

Being called a racist by a liberal is like being called a poopy-head by a three-year-old.

Z said...

God BLESS those Black tea party Racists :-)
Dr. Alveda King and Stephan Broden, too, are going to Glenn Becks 8/28 march...POOOOR white racists liberals; what WILL they THINK? :-)

Edwin Drood said...

Racism accusations in the Tea Party is the typical response for Democrats who can't argue with ideas and intelligence. Their process is simple

invent , inflate and over report.



Who care if there is no evidence

Z said...

Breitbart's offered $100K to anybody with any record of racism at a TP event..so far, no takers.
They might be anti-Obama, but they are NOT racist. And there IS a distinction.

Always On Watch said...

Great photos!

I do hope that I see a lot of black faces at the upcoming 9/12 March on Washington. Of course, the media, if they cover the event at all, won't want those faces in their coverage.

Marshall Art said...

I'm going to go the distance. There are NO racists in the Tea Party. Until one is uncovered, I stand by that. Thus far, none have been that weren't lib infiltrators. There have been no videos or pictures I've seen of Tea Party gatherings where racist signs have been displayed. The worst one can say is that libs call racist signs that aren't.

And as some who are familiar with my engagements with the mentally challenged Feodor at my blog, I totally disagree that all people are to some degree racist. I emphatically state that I am NOT nor have I ever been prejudiced against anyone due to their race. It's a laughable suggestion.

Frankly, Mark, I'm surprised that you would say such a thing. That's so (sorry for this) "feo-like". Ann Coulter just did a column ranting against those of us who suggest that there may be racist on the fringe of conservatism. For some reason, I'm currently unable to pull it up in order to link to it. Suffice to say that I'm in total agreement with her sentiments on the subject. The left needs to prove the charge or drop it. Until then, I will NOT give them the satisfaction of even suggesting it exists at all amongst the TP patriots.