Black members of the tea party
movement (seriously?) on Wednesday rejected charges that
the group's activists are racist, saying they oppose Obama because of
his policies not his skin color.
The members gathered at a Washington news conference in the wake of
allegations about its rank and file,
heightened by the recent split with a top Teabagger who had posted a
hateful race letter on his blog written
from "Colored People" to Abraham Lincoln. The post suggested that black
people would choose slavery
over having to do real work.
The black members said the racism that has been attributed to the tea
party movement came from
outsiders who infiltrated the groups to discredit their work and it
should be rejected. ha
"These people do not oppose Barack Obama because of his skin color.
They oppose him because of his policies," claimed Lloyd Marcus, a
spokesman for the group.
He's being paid by rich Republicans to scream "nigger" at the White
I got cash money that says Lloyd
Marcus can't list the Obama policies that he disagrees with.
And where the hell were these Baggers when Bush was actually,
physically destroying our country?
members assailed Obama and the Democrats, often in harsh terms. Other Baggers called Democrats
white supremacists and elitists. Conservative Moms for America leader
Mary Baker said Democrats were
pushing "anti-God politics." "Destroy America. That's what the D
in Democrat means," she said.
Yeah, that makes sense.
Scream "racists" at the party that includes Blacks and praise the
What a nutty bitch this Mary Baker is.
How much are they paying you, Mary?
Did you get a new car for screaming "nigger" at the White House?
Alan Keyes, who's ass
Obama smoked in 2004, said the president "got elected on a
virulent form of racism" by exploiting his race during the 2008
Pure horseshit, unless he's talking
about Team Obama's plan to turn the Clintons into racists.
Of course, he benefitted from the
Republicans and the media and
half the Democrats talking about
Obama did everything he could to AVOID talking about race in 2008.
terribly racist the Clintons were," so maybe that's what
Keyes is talking about.
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