False Cries of Racism … NAACP Call Tea Party Racist But Has No Issue with Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan
The NAACP that cried racism. When making accusations one must remember the source and the credibility of the comment.
The late Martin Luther King Jr. would be disgusted by the actions of today’s NAACP. A note to the NAACP, “it is about the content of one’s character, not the color of one’s skin”. However, today’s NAACP and those that support them can only see color, because they have proved they have no character.
The NAACP has no problem making false claims of racism again the Tea Party; however, they seems to be a tremendous credibility issue. The NAACP had no isse having Nation of Islam leader, anti-Semite Minister Louis Farrakhan speak. No race baiting here, eh? The NAACP condemned the Tea Party and NAACP delegates passed a resolution to condemn extremist elements within the Tea Party, calling on Tea Party leaders to repudiate those in their ranks who use racist language in their signs and speeches.
NAACP … those that live in glass houses might not want to throw stones. The NAACP would condemn the entire Tea Party movement that has no single leader for some signs that some misguided people had vs. an organizations acceptance of having Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan be a speaker. REALLY?
Hat Tip: The Gateway Pundit
The NAACP has a hell of a lot of nerve to call others racists and support Minister Louis Farrakhan. A hell of a lot indeed. They seem to be attacking the fiscally responsible Tea Party movement not because they are racist, but more to the point because their responsible thinking is a direct threat to their Chosen One, Barack Hussein Obama.
Instead of politicians stepping in to provide sanity to the situation, we get race baitors like US Rep. Jackson Lee (D-TX) fanning the flames of racism. She recently made comments at the NAACP conference that, “All those who wore sheets a long time ago have now lifted them off” and are identifying with the Tea Party.
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) ripped Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee a new one for trying to compare the Tea Party to the KKK. There is nothing worse than trying to go after some one’s character by calling them a racists. The NAACP has lost all credibility as they are willing to use the “R” word when none exists simply to protect Obama against people who differ with his socialist political ideology, not his skin color.
“Here you have a member of Congress saying that mainstream America, ?God fearing freedom loving patriots who object to this out of control? spending, now they are part of the KKK?” Bachman said. “That’s ?essentially what she is saying. I don’t [know] any more of a worse smear that? you could possibly have.”?
The comments by Bachmann, who is seeking to form a House Tea Party Caucus, are the latest in a simmering debate about the extent of racism within the Tea Party.
NAACP President Ben Jealous gets Schooled by Tea Part Activist David Webb
Why has the NAACP never condemned the Condozza Rice Monkey pictire. The GWB Hitler picure which you never have and condemn the comments and actions of New Black Panther Party member King Samir Shabazz
How ridiculous has the NAACP become? These are the same folks that boycotted Hallmark for the following graduation card being racist. All because they have a preconceived notion that every thing is racists. The NAACP has become as ludicrous as PETA these days and forgot what real racism is. UNREAL!
BTW, since when did the“Whatcha Talkin’ Bout Willis” become racist? The catch phrase from the late Gary Coleman from the sitcom Diff’rent Strokes is now considered racist? Is the NAACP serious? This organization has become an abject joke. There is real racism in the United States, many minorities could use help getting and education and breaking the cycle of welfare and prison. Sadly, the NAACP has become a tool of the Democrat part, not the very people who they claim to help.
When is the Obama, Democrats and their minions going to understand that the Tea Party movement really is? I would explain, but I do not want them to actually get it.