April 20, 2010
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David in Qatar
Having visited a tea party rally to judge for myself, labeling many of the movement's members hate-filled and/or racist (I would add stupid) are not incorrect characterizations.
Saying "Frank Rich just put out an article that's in the New York Times and basically what it implies is that if you're black and you are at a tea party that you do not understand the civil rights movement of 1964" is an outright lie and is RACE BAITING. That is not what Frank Rich said by any stretch of the imagination. When did Olbermann call anyone an oreo? Who in the media called any of these people an Uncle Tom? Is "I'm afraid of the president because he is white" not a racist comment?
To look forward to a time when we can judge people by the content of their character, not the color of their skin. I know this paraphrasing is not 100% accurate, but I try to live by it nonetheless. The current President's policies are ruinous - and these ruinous policies have NOTHING to do with the color of his skin. Socialism is not bound to any skin color ... well maybe other than a yellow streak (down the back) because that represents cowardice - and so does Socialism.
Guess I'm just a race-baiter now.
Known as the black and white nzsvz9
"not incorrect" is a double negative. Just say "correct."
David in QatarStupid, Racist, Hate-Filled Tea Party Supporter
True. Great counterpoint.
One of the many ways liberals like to muddy the waters...
It's sad that there wasn't this much outcry prior to the passing of the TARP legislation.
USNHR One of the many ways liberals like to muddy the waters...
Touche. An accidental double negative on a site without editing capabilities is certainly a greater offense than intentionally misleading YouTube "journalism", but that is the weakest insult I have ever seen. Thanks for the laugh (at you, not with you).
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