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Sunday, April 17, 2011

Some of the bravest people

are black Tea Party supporters, who must endure taunts like this:

(h/t Breitbart)

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  1. Reps. John Lewis and Emanuel Cleaver were unavailable for comment.

  2. Tea Party gays ain't feeling the love either. Sometimes from our own side.

  3. Just another example of the tolerant left.

  4. Anyone on my side is my brother. I don't care what your color is, I don't care how you do what you do. If we share the same principles, we are brothers.

    Nobody messes with my brother.

  5. This is typical of the Left. They're racist to the core in their belief that all blacks must think alike cuz that mindset shows that in their view all blacks are alike, are the same, none indistinguishable from the other. To not remain on the plantation, to not be as the Left thinks you are makes you an "Uncle Tom" an "Aunt Jemima." Racists.

  6. Heckling is not free speech as much as it is the repression of other people’s free speech. Hecklers are desperate people because they are incapable of joining a civilized debate. Their highest function is making ad hominem attacks. Since they know in their hearts that they are inadequate people, they simply act out their anger in temper tantrums as they attempt to cultivate the admiration of other inadequate angry people.

    We see this now regularly from the left because they think anger has power. For them, it’s as though their personal authority gives them license to be hooligans. As it becomes more and more obvious that their political prophesy (socialism, statism) is failing, they are resorting to behaviors they would like everyone else to perceive as righteous resistance – which they are taking from the play books of the civil rights movement and the anti-war movements in the Vietnam era.

    Their main problem is that while they attempt to take on the appearance and persona of freedom fighters, they are really communists, socialists and statists. It seems the people in WI are increasing realizing that the left are dragging America down. As we can all see, irrational displays of anger have little power. People that get out and vote in free and fair elections have the power.

  7. Lots more video coming available from Madison yesterday ...

    The freaks had vuvuzelas!

    'Protesters Booed the National Anthem at Sarah Palin Rally in Madison?'

  8. I agree, the courage to stand up and be counted in the face of bigotry from the left makes a very strong statement for his values.

  9. Speaking of racism, check out the racist picture posted by this University of Wisconsin professor:

    You're not imagining it: Republican Tea Partiers really are racists.

    It's all the rage on the left, some Republican/Tea Party person forwarded a racist email, so for the left, this is the holy grail that they've been waiting for to prove once and for all that the Tea Party is definitely racist. This guy is a philosphy professor - I guess University of Wisconsin doesn't have any logic professors. It's ironic how he has duped himself into posting a racist image that should not have been circulated in the first place.

  10. Speaking of brave, did you see one of the Tea Party recall petition drives had their headquarters broken into? Scandalous.

  11. Just posted on the Wisconsin professor's web site asking if signs of Bush as a chimp and the very popular, liberal bumper sticker "Bush Is A Chimp" was OK with him.

    Let's see if he has the courage to post my question in the reply section.

  12. It seems the good (snark) Wisconsin professor got his information about the email from Crooks & Liars (infamous left wing liar) which got the story from the OC Weekly written by one R. Scott Moxley.

    To quote Mr. Moxley:

    Orange County Republican Party Chairman Scott Baugh determined today that his group's bylaws prevent a vote to remove Marily Davenport as an elected member even though she emailed a racist image of President Barack Obama to fellow TeaBaggers and Republicans."

    Wow! It is so nice to know that Mr. Moxley at least has a problem with [what he considers] a racist image while he has no problem using a sexual perjorative against the Tea Party Patriots.

    Damn, can anyone tell me how a liberal's brain works because for the life of me, I just can't seem to figure them out.

  13. I forgot about the "Bush as Chimp" thing - put that in Google Images and see the results. This is the best example of how the left plays the racist angle. When it's Bush's picture, it's just satire. Do the same thing with Obama's picture, and it's racist. My gawd, some liberals are as dense as a bag of rocks.