Tea-baggers what to hang blacks!

Josh_R

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At least, according to Rep. Andre Carson, D-Ind.
[video=youtube;Klh2fS5z1rk]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Klh2fS5z1rk[/video]
It must be great to completely make shit up about other people and have no consequences. It must be even better to get cheers and votes from those things that you completely made up without any evidence.

How do black people not realize how badly they are being played by the Democratic party? "Hey Bill, I have a great idea", "What is it, Bob?" "We tell black people that everyone in the world is racist except us, and then they will vote for us forever, no matter what!" "Great, Bob, but what if some of those people are black, too?" "We call them Uncle Toms!" "Brilliant!" **back-slaps and handshakes all around**
 

Josh_R

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Did you watch the video? A congressional black caucus member said that tea party members and tea party affiliated congressmen want to go back to Jim Crow era and would love to see blacks as second class citizens and would love to see blacks "hanging on trees". Of course there is no evidence of any of this racism that black congressmen keep finding in the tea party, but who needs evidence.
 

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Psh. That's just how the left rallies their base. When you can't beat them on policy, accuse them of racism. I don't see how this isn't meant to incite violence.

Then there's MSNBC's role in the whole thing. Moderating and filming it all, but not mentioning the controversial comments has a wonderful stink to it. But again... Pshh. That's just what they do. They hired Al fucking Sharpton! MSNBC is the bizarro version of the FOX news caricature the left created.

At least the amazing...
Allen West threatens to quit Black Caucus over 'race-baiting'

By Kim Geiger

August 31, 2011, 2:44 p.m.
Rep. Allen West, the only Republican member of the Congressional Black Caucus, threatened Wednesday to quit the group over what he called “racially motivated rhetoric” by fellow caucus members aimed at the tea party.

At a recent Congressional Black Caucus event in Miami, Rep. Andre Carson, a Democrat from Indiana, was videotaped telling the audience that, “some of them in Congress right now of this tea party movement would love to see you and me…hanging on a tree.”

West, a Republican representing South Florida – who is known to use inflammatory language of his own – took issue with that comment and with remarks made by Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) who recently said at an event in Inglewood, Calif., that “the tea party can go straight to hell.”

In a letter to CBC Chairman Emanuel Cleaver, West scolded his colleagues and called on Cleaver to “both condemn these types of hate-filled comments, and to disassociate the Congressional Black Caucus from these types of remarks.”

“Otherwise, I will have to seriously reconsider my membership within the organization,” West wrote.

West was elected in 2010 and is a member of both the CBC and the House Tea Party Caucus.

At the Miami event, Carson suggested that the tea party aims to return to the days of segregation.

“This is the effort that we’re seeing of Jim Crow,” he said. “Some of these folks in Congress right now would love to see us as second-class citizens.”

West didn’t just object to Carson’s remarks – he likened them to racism.

“Congressman Carson’s desire to generally criticize a large grass-roots group as racist is baseless and desperate,” he wrote. “When individuals believe they are defeated in a political disagreement, they normally resort to race-baiting, which in my opinion is in itself racist.”

This isn’t the first time that West has met insult with insult in a spat across the aisle.

Last month, he called fellow South Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, a Democrat, “the most vile, unprofessional and despicable member of the U.S. House of Representatives after Wasserman Schultz chastised West on the House floor for supporting a bill that would make cuts to Medicare.

“If you have something to say to me, stop being a coward and say it to my face, otherwise, shut the heck up. Focus on your own congressional district!" West wrote in an email to the congresswoman and House leaders.

Mark Meckler and Jenny Beth Martin of the Tea Party Patriots followed West’s letter on Wednesday with a statement of their own, calling on Carson to “immediately resign.”

“Once again…the left resorts to the most hideous slurs to attempt to marginalize the mainstream of American political thought,” Meckler and Martin wrote. “This type of disgusting, hateful rhetoric has no place in our political discourse.”
 

gleet

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Oh, haha. I thought you meant turning unsuspecting blacks into whitey-hating race-baiters.
Nah. The only black people who buy their crap are the dumb motherfuckers who voted for them in the first place. They're preaching to the choir.
 

TheDrip

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If this were really true, I'd actually start supporting teabagger candidates.
 

JoeFromS.Jersey

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Back to the original post though.....

I guess it's nothing new, but it has been really amazing to see how willing liberals are to be spoon fed their every thought and opinion from the media and Democrat party over the last 3-11 years. It's just amazing how many people are just willing to let what they're told by politicians to shape their entire world outlook.
 

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Back to the original post though.....

I guess it's nothing new, but it has been really amazing to see how willing liberals are to be spoon fed their every thought and opinion from the media and Democrat party over the last 3-11 years. It's just amazing how many people are just willing to let what they're told by politicians to shape their entire world outlook.
I actually think alot of lefties know full well that their being spoonfed a bunch of bullshit. That doesn't mean they're going to get some class and speak out and proclaim that it's wrong to smear a righty activist group...a small minority admittedly have, but they need to peddle their agenda at all costs. And the easiest, cheapest way to do it is to play the race card, smear, and thru personal attacks. Again, this is a predominantly stubborn center-right country, and so the lefties have had quite an uphill battle to spread their anti-capitalist, unAmerican drivel. It's not easy to explain Marxism and Socialism to the stubborn middle America. Especially since there's clear evidence that other socialist countries have outright collapsed or were mired in some of the worst corruption/genocide you'll ever see.

When they're committing these smears, it is pretty easy to embarrass them though. I was facebook friends with a once-kinda famous far-lefty lead singer and he kept insisting there was a bunch of videos of Jared Loughner hanging out at Tea Party rallies. When I asked him to prove it, he told me to go fuck myself and then threatened to take my profile pic, put crosshairs over it, and post it on his and the band page's walls (because that's what Sarah Palin's intentions were apparently :icon_roll). He never did it, but I ended up asking him to at least admit that Loughner wasn't a teabagger, but he pussed out and he defriended me and deleted my comment. Common sense just goes right out the window with these people. But they know that some people out there will lap it up and take their nonsense all in...and spread it to others.
 

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I actually think alot of lefties know full well that their being spoonfed a bunch of bullshit. That doesn't mean they're going to get some class and speak out and proclaim that it's wrong to smear a righty activist group...a small minority admittedly have, but they need to peddle their agenda at all costs. And the easiest, cheapest way to do it is to play the race card, smear, and thru personal attacks. Again, this is a predominantly stubborn center-right country, and so the lefties have had quite an uphill battle to spread their anti-capitalist, unAmerican drivel. It's not easy to explain Marxism and Socialism to the stubborn middle America. Especially since there's clear evidence that other socialist countries have outright collapsed or were mired in some of the worst corruption/genocide you'll ever see.

When they're committing these smears, it is pretty easy to embarrass them though. I was facebook friends with a once-kinda famous far-lefty lead singer and he kept insisting there was a bunch of videos of Jared Loughner hanging out at Tea Party rallies. When I asked him to prove it, he told me to go fuck myself and then threatened to take my profile pic, put crosshairs over it, and post it on his and the band page's walls (because that's what Sarah Palin's intentions were apparently :icon_roll). He never did it, but I ended up asking him to at least admit that Loughner wasn't a teabagger, but he pussed out and he defriended me and deleted my comment. Common sense just goes right out the window with these people. But they know that some people out there will lap it up and take their nonsense all in...and spread it to others.
Every Facebook liberal friend I lose to politics is a victory for me. Those people are all so accepting and pluralistic until they get called on their bullshit. Hey fucko - if you don't want me to smash you, don't post your horseshit where I can see it. I think I'm in the early stages of such a fight over this current story. Some girl I know posted an article that made it seem like Bohner strong armed Obama into doing what the Republicans want, and I deservedly smashed her for it.
 

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I really hate these idiots when they try race baiting like this. It's dishonest and distracting. But let's not pretend there's not simpletons on the right that enjoy being spoonfed bullshit just the same.