Tea Party Racism??

Discussion in 'Politics' started by phenomena, Nov 1, 2010.

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  2. Gabfly, this needs your immediate intellectual thinking mind to debunk!

    This is rubbish- these folks have surely been bought off by KKK corporate interests as part of a vast right wing conspiracy to reinstitute slavery.

    After all, the folks as the "Sanity" rally were telling us the GOP is out to kill us and it's obvious these black folk haven't received word.

    Don't be a limber dick, please help us, Gabby.
  3. Maybe they were promised a ticket back to Liberia if they attended:D
  4. Lucrum


    Ouch! That's gonna leave a mark. :)
  5. bpcnabe


    I, too, am against Obama because he is white. I guess that makes me one of the enemy.
  6. Where is Gabfly on this!?
  7. Here I am.

    Yes indeed, the Tea Party movement is just a friendly group of expert macroeconomists and Constitutional scholars. Yeah, that's it.

    What's the take-away from this video, despite its cherry-picked nature? It's this: useful idiots come in all shapes, sizes and colors, without any one demographic group having a monopoly.

    Which useful idiot demographic group do you belong to, bugscoe?
  8. Not counting today, how long have you been a racist?
  9. I won't say all Tea Party members are idiots. They have done pretty well for themselves. Misguided perhaps, but not idiots.

    The African American middle age "business woman" as she described herself in the Youtube video was talkative but perhaps misguided. She asked 'what has the Democrats done for her in the last 40 years?', "nothing" she said. Well, I don't think she would be where she is today without the Civil Rights act of 1964 and 1968:

    She should ask her following TPs what their stands are on the Civil Rights Acts of 1964 and 1968, which were passed mainly by Democrats. The political price the Democrats paid for passage of these laws was the lost of the Southern vote and the emergence of the domination of Republican party (what is now called red states in the South).
  10. Let's just see what democrats have been up to recently at the "common man" level!


    democrats.........B U S T E D ! ! ! :cool:
    #10     Nov 1, 2010