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  1. #1
    Cliff
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    Default Tea Party 'racism'

    http://www.cnn.com/2010/POLITICS/07/14/naacp.tea.party/
    "NAACP passes resolution blasting Tea Party 'racism'"
    [
    The NAACP has passed a resolution that condemns what it feels is rampant racism
    in the Tea Party movement. Members passed the measure on Tuesday at the
    organization's 101st annual convention in Kansas City, Missouri.

    Tea Party activists have swiftly denounced the action as unfounded and unfair.

    The resolution pits the nation's oldest civil rights organization, with its
    storied history of wins on behalf of racial justice, against a grassroots
    conservative movement that has won some recent political races and is flexing
    its muscle in Republican circles.

    .....
    "We take issue with the Tea Party's continued tolerance for bigotry and bigoted
    statements. The time has come for them to accept the responsibility that comes
    with influence and make clear there is no space for racism and anti-Semitism and
    other forms of bigotry in their movement," Jealous said.

    Tea Party leaders reacted to the NAACP action with swift and angry derision.

    "I am disinclined to take lectures on racial sensitivity from a group that
    insists on calling black people, 'Colored,' " Mark Williams, national spokesman
    of the Tea Party Express, told CNN.
    .....
    ]

    Opens mouth on CNN & inserts both feet.

    [
    .... "The Tea Party [movement] is about the constitution of this country...
    ]

    I guess he knows best about it, right? After all, slavery IS allowed, right?

    [
    Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, a Tea Party favorite, said the charge from the
    NAACP is "false, appalling, and is a regressive and diversionary tactic to
    change the subject at hand."
    ]

    Which was teabagger & rethug racism. I guess she forgot. All so easily ...
    short attention span. Very short. More IQ points lost.


    The joys of being rethugs in drag, eh?
    --
    Cliff



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  2. #2
    Kali
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    Default Re: Tea Party 'racism'

    In article <25hr36tl28bog1iepli0lgdctatqm3dgj4@4ax.com>,
    Clhuprichguesswhat@aoltmovetheperiodc.om says...
    >
    > http://www.cnn.com/2010/POLITICS/07/14/naacp.tea.party/
    > "NAACP passes resolution blasting Tea Party 'racism'"
    > [
    > The NAACP has passed a resolution that condemns what it feels is rampant racism
    > in the Tea Party movement. Members passed the measure on Tuesday at the
    > organization's 101st annual convention in Kansas City, Missouri.
    >
    > Tea Party activists have swiftly denounced the action as unfounded and unfair.
    >
    > The resolution pits the nation's oldest civil rights organization, with its
    > storied history of wins on behalf of racial justice, against a grassroots
    > conservative movement that has won some recent political races and is flexing
    > its muscle in Republican circles.
    >
    > ....
    > "We take issue with the Tea Party's continued tolerance for bigotry and bigoted
    > statements. The time has come for them to accept the responsibility that comes
    > with influence and make clear there is no space for racism and anti-Semitism and
    > other forms of bigotry in their movement," Jealous said.
    >
    > Tea Party leaders reacted to the NAACP action with swift and angry derision.
    >
    > "I am disinclined to take lectures on racial sensitivity from a group that
    > insists on calling black people, 'Colored,' " Mark Williams, national spokesman
    > of the Tea Party Express, told CNN.
    > ....
    > ]
    >
    > Opens mouth on CNN & inserts both feet.
    >
    > [
    > ... "The Tea Party [movement] is about the constitution of this country...
    > ]
    >
    > I guess he knows best about it, right? After all, slavery IS allowed, right?
    >
    > [
    > Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, a Tea Party favorite, said the charge from the
    > NAACP is "false, appalling, and is a regressive and diversionary tactic to
    > change the subject at hand."
    > ]
    >
    > Which was teabagger & rethug racism. I guess she forgot. All so easily ...
    > short attention span. Very short. More IQ points lost.
    >
    >
    > The joys of being rethugs in drag, eh?


    I saw this bit in a video earlier tonight. It's amazing how the
    infotainment person reporting seemed to pit them against each other,
    as if the Tea Party were on equal footing with the NAACP. In their
    dreams, maybe.

    Kali

  3. #3
    Kali
    Guest

    Default Re: Tea Party 'racism'

    In article <25hr36tl28bog1iepli0lgdctatqm3dgj4@4ax.com>,
    Clhuprichguesswhat@aoltmovetheperiodc.om says...
    >
    > http://www.cnn.com/2010/POLITICS/07/14/naacp.tea.party/
    > "NAACP passes resolution blasting Tea Party 'racism'"
    > [
    > The NAACP has passed a resolution that condemns what it feels is rampant racism
    > in the Tea Party movement. Members passed the measure on Tuesday at the
    > organization's 101st annual convention in Kansas City, Missouri.
    >
    > Tea Party activists have swiftly denounced the action as unfounded and unfair.
    >
    > The resolution pits the nation's oldest civil rights organization, with its
    > storied history of wins on behalf of racial justice, against a grassroots
    > conservative movement that has won some recent political races and is flexing
    > its muscle in Republican circles.
    >
    > ....
    > "We take issue with the Tea Party's continued tolerance for bigotry and bigoted
    > statements. The time has come for them to accept the responsibility that comes
    > with influence and make clear there is no space for racism and anti-Semitism and
    > other forms of bigotry in their movement," Jealous said.
    >
    > Tea Party leaders reacted to the NAACP action with swift and angry derision.
    >
    > "I am disinclined to take lectures on racial sensitivity from a group that
    > insists on calling black people, 'Colored,' " Mark Williams, national spokesman
    > of the Tea Party Express, told CNN.
    > ....
    > ]
    >
    > Opens mouth on CNN & inserts both feet.
    >
    > [
    > ... "The Tea Party [movement] is about the constitution of this country...
    > ]
    >
    > I guess he knows best about it, right? After all, slavery IS allowed, right?
    >
    > [
    > Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, a Tea Party favorite, said the charge from the
    > NAACP is "false, appalling, and is a regressive and diversionary tactic to
    > change the subject at hand."
    > ]
    >
    > Which was teabagger & rethug racism. I guess she forgot. All so easily ...
    > short attention span. Very short. More IQ points lost.
    >
    >
    > The joys of being rethugs in drag, eh?


    I saw this bit in a video earlier tonight. It's amazing how the
    infotainment person reporting seemed to pit them against each other,
    as if the Tea Party were on equal footing with the NAACP. In their
    dreams, maybe.

    Kali

  4. #4
    Cliff
    Guest

    Default Re: Tea Party 'racism'

    On Thu, 15 Jul 2010 03:04:03 -0400, Kali <yourgoddesskali@gmail.inv> wrote:

    >In article <25hr36tl28bog1iepli0lgdctatqm3dgj4@4ax.com>,
    >Clhuprichguesswhat@aoltmovetheperiodc.om says...
    >>
    >> http://www.cnn.com/2010/POLITICS/07/14/naacp.tea.party/
    >> "NAACP passes resolution blasting Tea Party 'racism'"
    >> [
    >> The NAACP has passed a resolution that condemns what it feels is rampant racism
    >> in the Tea Party movement. Members passed the measure on Tuesday at the
    >> organization's 101st annual convention in Kansas City, Missouri.
    >>
    >> Tea Party activists have swiftly denounced the action as unfounded and unfair.
    >>
    >> The resolution pits the nation's oldest civil rights organization, with its
    >> storied history of wins on behalf of racial justice, against a grassroots
    >> conservative movement that has won some recent political races and is flexing
    >> its muscle in Republican circles.
    >>
    >> ....
    >> "We take issue with the Tea Party's continued tolerance for bigotry and bigoted
    >> statements. The time has come for them to accept the responsibility that comes
    >> with influence and make clear there is no space for racism and anti-Semitism and
    >> other forms of bigotry in their movement," Jealous said.
    >>
    >> Tea Party leaders reacted to the NAACP action with swift and angry derision.
    >>
    >> "I am disinclined to take lectures on racial sensitivity from a group that
    >> insists on calling black people, 'Colored,' " Mark Williams, national spokesman
    >> of the Tea Party Express, told CNN.
    >> ....
    >> ]
    >>
    >> Opens mouth on CNN & inserts both feet.
    >>
    >> [
    >> ... "The Tea Party [movement] is about the constitution of this country...
    >> ]
    >>
    >> I guess he knows best about it, right? After all, slavery IS allowed, right?
    >>
    >> [
    >> Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, a Tea Party favorite, said the charge from the
    >> NAACP is "false, appalling, and is a regressive and diversionary tactic to
    >> change the subject at hand."
    >> ]
    >>
    >> Which was teabagger & rethug racism. I guess she forgot. All so easily ...
    >> short attention span. Very short. More IQ points lost.
    >>
    >>
    >> The joys of being rethugs in drag, eh?

    >
    >I saw this bit in a video earlier tonight. It's amazing how the
    >infotainment person reporting seemed to pit them against each other,
    >as if the Tea Party were on equal footing with the NAACP. In their
    >dreams, maybe.
    >
    >Kali


    I'm awaiting the three party system: Dems, rethugs & teabaggers.

    IMHO the teabaggers are the result of a well-funded effort by
    a few wealthy wingers to take over the rethugs (their dumbest base).
    --
    Cliff

  5. #5
    Cliff
    Guest

    Default Re: Tea Party 'racism'

    On Thu, 15 Jul 2010 03:04:03 -0400, Kali <yourgoddesskali@gmail.inv> wrote:

    >In article <25hr36tl28bog1iepli0lgdctatqm3dgj4@4ax.com>,
    >Clhuprichguesswhat@aoltmovetheperiodc.om says...
    >>
    >> http://www.cnn.com/2010/POLITICS/07/14/naacp.tea.party/
    >> "NAACP passes resolution blasting Tea Party 'racism'"
    >> [
    >> The NAACP has passed a resolution that condemns what it feels is rampant racism
    >> in the Tea Party movement. Members passed the measure on Tuesday at the
    >> organization's 101st annual convention in Kansas City, Missouri.
    >>
    >> Tea Party activists have swiftly denounced the action as unfounded and unfair.
    >>
    >> The resolution pits the nation's oldest civil rights organization, with its
    >> storied history of wins on behalf of racial justice, against a grassroots
    >> conservative movement that has won some recent political races and is flexing
    >> its muscle in Republican circles.
    >>
    >> ....
    >> "We take issue with the Tea Party's continued tolerance for bigotry and bigoted
    >> statements. The time has come for them to accept the responsibility that comes
    >> with influence and make clear there is no space for racism and anti-Semitism and
    >> other forms of bigotry in their movement," Jealous said.
    >>
    >> Tea Party leaders reacted to the NAACP action with swift and angry derision.
    >>
    >> "I am disinclined to take lectures on racial sensitivity from a group that
    >> insists on calling black people, 'Colored,' " Mark Williams, national spokesman
    >> of the Tea Party Express, told CNN.
    >> ....
    >> ]
    >>
    >> Opens mouth on CNN & inserts both feet.
    >>
    >> [
    >> ... "The Tea Party [movement] is about the constitution of this country...
    >> ]
    >>
    >> I guess he knows best about it, right? After all, slavery IS allowed, right?
    >>
    >> [
    >> Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, a Tea Party favorite, said the charge from the
    >> NAACP is "false, appalling, and is a regressive and diversionary tactic to
    >> change the subject at hand."
    >> ]
    >>
    >> Which was teabagger & rethug racism. I guess she forgot. All so easily ...
    >> short attention span. Very short. More IQ points lost.
    >>
    >>
    >> The joys of being rethugs in drag, eh?

    >
    >I saw this bit in a video earlier tonight. It's amazing how the
    >infotainment person reporting seemed to pit them against each other,
    >as if the Tea Party were on equal footing with the NAACP. In their
    >dreams, maybe.
    >
    >Kali


    I'm awaiting the three party system: Dems, rethugs & teabaggers.

    IMHO the teabaggers are the result of a well-funded effort by
    a few wealthy wingers to take over the rethugs (their dumbest base).
    --
    Cliff

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