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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

To the knothead who responded to the post below this one

OK...

...I've laughed too much and it's barely 7 AM. All I had to see was Women's Institute before I realized what the motivations of the WISER Institute were.

You have to understand, not ALL women are idiots...just those who can't see past abortion, health care and their own convoluted ideas of feminism.

"So, after calming the decent women who have been brainwashed by the media into thinking Feminism has something positive to do with all women and any child, I will continue addressing the lies of the less-than Wiser Institute."

Let's see if I can make it simple for you nimrods who believe that Tea Party members are racist. As I said, my case that Obama is a big plateful of spaghetti loses steam when he fails to show up with a meatball on his head. I still see no such meatball on the heads of the Tea Party members.

I didn't ask for a half assed "survey" taken by some liberally slanted Women's group, I asked for nothing more and nothing less than one simple example of racism attributed to a Tea Party member. If they are truly racists, that can't be terribly tough, not even for a group of women.

PS Why does that comment seem so Upper Eastern to me? Upper Eastern, liberal and female at that.

17 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

You're joking right...I can show you a ton of examples of some racists behavior/signs/hate speech from the "tea" baggers. They want tax cuts for the rich, govt out of their lives (except for banning abortions), and no social safety nets..(uh..that would probably mean programs that benefit you, and anyone else with serious health/money issues).
I love reading your blog, but you are so off base on this one it's not even close. But hey, it's America you can obviously believe and write about whatever you want. But thinking that the tea party is looking out for you and your best interests is (in my opinion) foolish. The teabaggers have been bankrolled from the start by Dick Armey and the Koch Brothers and have been co-oped by the christian right. What do you think their opinion of Meg would be?

Long time fan..(believe it or not) :)

November 10, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Karen Pack describes herself as “a Christian, a Tea Party Member, a Constitutionalist and a Patriot”, is the leader of the Wood County Tea Party in Texas. But she also has a history with the Ku Klux Klan. Documents show that Karen Pack of Winnsboro, subscribed to the “White Patriot” tabloid, and that Thom Robb’s Knights of the Ku Klux Klan listed her as an “official supporter.”

Roan Garcia-Quintana of Mauldin, South Carolina is involved in several local Tea Parties and served as “advisor and media spokesman” for the 2010 Tax Day Tea Party rally in Greenville, South Carolina. Garcia-Quintana recently joined the National Board of Directors of the Council of Conservative Citizens (CofCC), the largest white nationalist group in the country and direct descendant of the white Citizens Councils that fought to defend Jim Crow segregation during the 1950s and 1960s.

Peter Gemma, a resident of a Sarasota, Florida, belongs to the ResistNet Tea Party faction. Gemma is also a professional white nationalist. He served as head of Design, Marketing, and Advertising for the white nationalist Council of Conservative Citizens newsletter, the Citizens Informe -- which has complained that minorities were turning the U.S. population into a "slimy brown mass of glop."

Sixty-four year-old Tea Partier Clay Douglas lives in Tucson, Arizona. The biker and one-time mayor of the tiny hamlet of Bingham, New Mexico is a member of the ResistNet Tea Party faction. Douglas uses his ResistNet website profile to advertise his Free American website and radio program -- which has run racist stories like, "Are the Jews Behind the Destruction of America?" At a conference of another anti-Semitic group, Douglas once blamed Jews for the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

Larry Pratt of Virginia is a member of two different national Tea Party networks: Tea Party Nation and 1776 Tea Party. He has been promoting the gun and militia movement for years. In 1992 he spoke at a Colorado meeting of Aryan Nations leaders, former Ku Klux Klansmen, and adherents of so-called "Christian Identity" -- a doctrine in which Jews are considered Satanic and persons of color are referred to as "mud people."

Billy Joe Roper is an enrolled member of the ResistNet Tea Party, a write-in for Arkansas Governor and a founder of the White Revolution. One of White Revolution’s rallies was held in Topeka, Kansas in May 2004, to protest the anniversary of Brown v. Topeka Board of Education, the 1954 Supreme Court ruling that outlawed Jim Crow segregation in education

And that took me about 2 nanoseconds to find....What other proof do you want?...you could probably find nuts in any organization, but the tea baggers have way more than their fair share...(get the "nuts" reference...lol)?

So your request was "I asked for nothing more and nothing less than one simple example of racism attributed to a Tea Party member" I just gave you 6.

Please don't publish the comments below this:

And if you want to continue this discussion away from the "anonymous" way, I would be glad to send you my email addy. I know you can track IP addresses, and I'm pretty sure you probably have seen mine before on comments (about peyton vs. payton maybe) so you know i'm not just some kook, but actually a long time fan. But I would prefer not publicly sharing my email address.

John

November 10, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Karen Pack describes herself as “a Christian, a Tea Party Member, a Constitutionalist and a Patriot”, is the leader of the Wood County Tea Party in Texas. But she also has a history with the Ku Klux Klan. Documents show that Karen Pack of Winnsboro, subscribed to the “White Patriot” tabloid, and that Thom Robb’s Knights of the Ku Klux Klan listed her as an “official supporter.”

Roan Garcia-Quintana of Mauldin, South Carolina is involved in several local Tea Parties and served as “advisor and media spokesman” for the 2010 Tax Day Tea Party rally in Greenville, South Carolina. Garcia-Quintana recently joined the National Board of Directors of the Council of Conservative Citizens (CofCC), the largest white nationalist group in the country and direct descendant of the white Citizens Councils that fought to defend Jim Crow segregation during the 1950s and 1960s.

Peter Gemma, a resident of a Sarasota, Florida, belongs to the ResistNet Tea Party faction. Gemma is also a professional white nationalist. He served as head of Design, Marketing, and Advertising for the white nationalist Council of Conservative Citizens newsletter, the Citizens Informe -- which has complained that minorities were turning the U.S. population into a "slimy brown mass of glop."

Sixty-four year-old Tea Partier Clay Douglas lives in Tucson, Arizona. The biker and one-time mayor of the tiny hamlet of Bingham, New Mexico is a member of the ResistNet Tea Party faction. Douglas uses his ResistNet website profile to advertise his Free American website and radio program -- which has run racist stories like, "Are the Jews Behind the Destruction of America?" At a conference of another anti-Semitic group, Douglas once blamed Jews for the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

Larry Pratt of Virginia is a member of two different national Tea Party networks: Tea Party Nation and 1776 Tea Party. He has been promoting the gun and militia movement for years. In 1992 he spoke at a Colorado meeting of Aryan Nations leaders, former Ku Klux Klansmen, and adherents of so-called "Christian Identity" -- a doctrine in which Jews are considered Satanic and persons of color are referred to as "mud people."

Billy Joe Roper is an enrolled member of the ResistNet Tea Party, a write-in for Arkansas Governor and a founder of the White Revolution. One of White Revolution’s rallies was held in Topeka, Kansas in May 2004, to protest the anniversary of Brown v. Topeka Board of Education, the 1954 Supreme Court ruling that outlawed Jim Crow segregation in education

And that took me about 2 nanoseconds to find....What other proof do you want?...you could probably find nuts in any organization, but the tea baggers have way more than their fair share...(get the "nuts" reference...lol)?

So your request was "I asked for nothing more and nothing less than one simple example of racism attributed to a Tea Party member" I just gave you 6.

November 10, 2010  
Blogger Meg Kelso said...

They want tax cuts for the rich, govt out of their lives (except for banning abortions), and no social safety nets..(uh..that would probably mean programs that benefit you, and anyone else with serious health/money issues)

Unfortunatey that has nothing to do with race. I want gov't out of my life, including abortions.

As to the other commentor, you're right, there are nuts in any organization but still, association is not the same as an example of racism. I can't stress that firmly enough. If association were a good indictor or racism, I'd have to refer back to the NAACP, The Congressional Black Caucus and other exclusively black organizations. Why are they not considered racist while the "professional white nationalist" is? Consider the AKA fraternity which only allows blacks to be members. Until you can allow whites the right to comingle, you MUST deny that right to all groups.

Thanks for the continued visits!

November 10, 2010  
Blogger Meg Kelso said...

They want tax cuts for the rich, govt out of their lives (except for banning abortions), and no social safety nets..(uh..that would probably mean programs that benefit you, and anyone else with serious health/money issues)

Unfortunatey that has nothing to do with race. I want gov't out of my life, including abortions.

As to the other commentor, you're right, there are nuts in any organization but still, association is not the same as an example of racism. I can't stress that firmly enough. If association were a good indictor or racism, I'd have to refer back to the NAACP, The Congressional Black Caucus and other exclusively black organizations. Why are they not considered racist while the "professional white nationalist" is? Consider the AKA fraternity which only allows blacks to be members. Until you can allow whites the right to comingle, you MUST deny that right to all groups.

Thanks for the continued visits!

November 10, 2010  
Blogger Meg Kelso said...

Seriously though, this logic can be used to "prove" that Obama is a racist. It should be simple enough to find a quote. Have any of you ever been to a Tea Party meeting? Was anyone lynched?

I'm not kidding. I'll be open-minded in exchange for open-midedness.

November 10, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The NAACP and the Congressional Black Caucus are racist organizations. You have to be black to join them, and they are predicated upon skin color. Anyone who joins them in an un-ironic spirit is a racist.
But the Tea Party, racist? What makes them say that? That's crazy.

November 10, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The assertion implies that Tea Party members are participating based on racist opinions. For anyone who believes that, it cannot be dis-proven. The content of the Tea Party meetings, the disproportionate slogans used on signs, the policy statements, mean nothing. That it cannot be dis-proven is why the left slings it around.

There are three tacks to take.

(1)The Tea Party supported more Republican black candidates than were fielded in prior years. They also succeeded with Rubio in Florida.

(2)Require the accuser to prove that Tea Partiers ARE racist.

(3)Require the accuser to explain why the DOJ should take a position that the voting rights of white people should not be defended against thugs carrying batons at the polling place; i.e., who exactly is racist.

November 10, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I usually say something like “There’s three of us in this room, and I’m the ONLY one of the three who doesn’t give a rats dingleberries what color your skin is... and that is demonstrable in numerous ways.”

November 10, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As far as the left is concerned, if the Tea Party has members who are white, especially white members who don’t subscribe to the anti-Anglo, English-Americanism, then the Tea Party is racist. Anyone who doesn’t subscribe to the convoluted lunacy of the left is racist by their definition of racist. But don’t worry. In truth, conservatism is the only real anti-racist, political philosophy on the intellectual market, and racist liberals can’t understand it.

November 10, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here’s a good rebuttal:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acQluy7nymw

November 10, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just tell the accuser if Obama was white, he’d be Dennis Kucinich. (You may have to explain who Kucinich is). And as we’re not Kucinich fans either.....

November 10, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

...when you are faced with “Tea Party members are racist.”
You simply respond....so your told!
When they say anything else ask them for an example

November 10, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The only people who dislike the Tea Party, are child molesters. Disprove that.

November 10, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cool.

Oh my bi-racial son has a “FUBO” sticker on his car!!

November 10, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.allenwestforcongress.com/

November 10, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As far as the left is concerned, if the Tea Party has members who are white, especially white members who don’t subscribe to the anti-Anglo, English-Americanism, then the Tea Party is racist. Anyone who doesn’t subscribe to the convoluted lunacy of the left is racist by their definition of racist. But don’t worry. In truth, conservatism is the only real anti-racist, political philosophy on the intellectual market, and racist liberals can’t understand it.

November 11, 2010  

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