The NAACP calls out the Tea Party’s bigotry.

Racism? Where?

The NAACP condemns the Tea Party for being racist. The Tea Party says, “Hey, we’re not racist.” Then they turn around and put up a racist sign comparing Obama to Hitler and Lenin. Suuuuuuure, you’re not racist.

Of course it makes perfect sense to compare President Obama to Adolf Hitler. The Führer was well-known for establishing progressive racial policies in Nazi Germany.  Here’s one such enlightened remark:

I don’t see much future for the Americans … it’s a decayed country. And they have their racial problem, and the problem of social inequalities … my feelings against Americanism are feelings of hatred and deep repugnance … everything about the behaviour of American society reveals that it’s half Judaised, and the other half negrified. How can one expect a State like that to hold together?

It hard it to believe anyone could be so disingenuous as to suggest comparisons to the worst proponent of White supremacy and racial purity the world has ever known and the nation’s first African-American president isn’t a deliberate and terrible insult.

It’s SO precious to see Black conservatives rush to proclaim the Tea Party isn’t racist. Of course it means denying the evidence of the Tea Bagger’s signs, t-shirts that proclaim “Yep, I’m a racist,” cursing and spitting on Black Congressmen and defaming the president by comparing him to Hitler, the worst White Supremacist and racist the world has ever known.

The depths of dishonesty the Tea Party apologists are willing to stoop to despite the evidence of the signs, protests, billboards, bumper stickers, t-shirts proclaiming “Yup, I’m a racist” and the undeniable presence of racists within the Tea Party speaks volumes of  how they will nod and wink at bigotry.

The NAACP was absolutely right issuing a resolution condemning the extremist elements that have latched onto the Tea Party protests to advance a White supremacist agenda.    What is a civil rights organization supposed to do when a political movement advocates a return to traditional values, but since it seems unable or unwilling to purge the racist extremist element from their ranks, one of those values appears ominously to be rolling back racial progress.   A survey by the University of Washington found respondents who believe the U.S. government has done too much to support blacks are 36 percent more likely to support the tea-party movement than those who are not.

Wonder if these two Jew-hating bigots are Facebook friends?

“We felt the time had come to stand up and say, ‘It’s time for the tea party to be responsible members of this democracy and make sure they don’t tolerate bigots or bigotry among their members,'” NAACP President Ben Jealous said. “We don’t have a problem with the tea party’s existence. We have an issue with their acceptance and welcoming of white supremacists into their organizations.”

America’s most renown racist, David Duke (rhymes with “puke”)  has defended the Tea Party from those charges.  I watched his video just to see what a complete mess this broken down loser is now.   The botched plastic surgery is one thing but what’s up with that hair, Davey?

Being a Tea Party member or supporter means never saying you’re sorry about racism. Not only do they do tolerate racism, it seems they support it as long as their sensibilities aren’t offended.

A friend of mine wisely described the Tea Baggers as follows:  Teabaggers = a group of white people who decided to get involved into politics once a black person became president.

If the Tea Partiers don’t like the racist label hung around their necks there’s a real easy to get rid of it.  STOP HANGING OUT WITH RACISTS, YOU IDIOTS!

Sleep with dogs.  Wake up with fleas.  It’s kind of simple when you think about it.

5 thoughts on “The NAACP calls out the Tea Party’s bigotry.

  1. Although the sign does lack taste or even proof, I can hardly say this sign is racist. What about it is racist? It is stating the fact that Lenin and Hitler were both socialist and the opinion that Obama has some socialist sympathies. At this point it seems like you are just nitpicking for racism. You can argue that the sign is tasteless, but I never heard a peep from anyone when the left made “Bush-Hitler sign.”


    • Matt, I don’t know how old you are, but you’re badly in need of some history lessons. Hitler was a Nazi, not a socialist. I’ve heard this rap that President Obama is a socialist and I’m sorry, but I think it’s b.s. After eight years of George Bush’s neo-conservatism, Barack Obama’s liberalism may rub some folks the wrong way, but read some actual Socialists and they’ll laugh at the suggestion the President shares their sentiments. If you don’t get why comparing a Black man with one of the world’s worst racists is racist, I can’t begin to explain it to you.

      And this whole “Where were you when Bush was being compared to Hitler” rap doesn’t fly with me. I’ve said time and again comparing Obama or Bush to Adolf Hitler is weak and intellectually lazy. My disdain for Bush knows no bounds, but I’m going to criticize him for who he was, not who he wasn’t.


  2. Well even though I am probably younger than you I do know the official name for the Nazi party was “The National Socialist German Workers Party.” That’s not socialist at all, right?(sarcasm). Although I am not a Bush fan either Obama has his socialist sympathies. Just because he isn’t as extreme as some socialists doesn’t mean he doesn’t have socialist ideologies. He has taken over banks, auto industries, and health care. What else does he need to take over before you realize he might not be the advocate of free market he says he is, or any American should be?

    As I said, Although the sign is in poor taste I find it having nothing to do with race. It is not pointing out his race, just his economic policies. Again, it happened last administration, and it was never “racist.” I don’t agree with the sign and I also think it is cheap and lazy, but it’s also cheap and lazy to link it to racism.


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