The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People will vote as early as Tuesday on whether to adopt a resolution condemning the tea party as “racist.” The Kansas City Star first reported that the organization is weighing a resolution calling on “all people of good will to repudiate the racism of the Tea Parties” at its annual ongoing conference in Kansas City.
The resolution charges that the tea party has engaged in “explicitly racist behavior” and demands that supporters of the NAACP “stand in opposition to [the tea party’s] drive to push our country back to the pre-civil rights era."
Additionally, the tea party is accused of having verbally and physically abused black members of Congress and having used racial epithets in their opposition to President Barack Obama’s agenda.
I'm curious, where exactly did those "explicitly racist behaviors" take place? What Tea Party was that?
Was it the same one where a black man selling pro and anti Obama gear was beaten by SEIU members?
Nah. I doubt it.
Wait! Maybe it was the protest where a man named Govenor Spencer punches a tea party protester (Nathan Tabor) in the face for protecting his wife from the shoving, punching fool.
Nah...that doesn't seem like it either.
Oh, I know they are talking about all the violent Tea Partiers that protested the new illegal immigration law in Arizona. Wait, I don't think those were Tea Party protesters throwing stuff at police.
Hmm, I don't know, maybe they are talking about her: