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Noted knuckle-dragger doubles down on hateful anti Tea Party hate speech

I was going to title this post Dear, Alan Grayson, go Fuck Yourself, but every time I look at Grayson, I think knuckle-dragger so let me compromise by saying Fuck You you Knuckle-dragging buffoon

Florida Democratic Rep. Alan Grayson doubled down his extremely provocative rhetoric on Wednesday, in the days after his campaign sent out a fundraising email with an image likening the tea party to the Klan that showed two Klansmen in the background with a burning cross used as the “t” in “tea party.”

However, Grayson took his tea party-KKK comparison another step further and said the tea party engaged in hate speech, racism, discrimination, bigotry and in some case even threats of violence.

“I think the tea party should expel those members who engage in hate speech,” Grayson said to an unidentified reporter with Orlando ABC affiliate WFTV. “So many members of the tea party have engaged in hate speech against the president, against the first lady, against numerous members of the Congress and against me. And we could give you examples of that.”

See, Grayson says he could give examples, but will not. Wanna take a stab as to why he will not give examples? Because he cannot. Grayson is a morally vacuous intellectual lightweight. All he has is hateful rhetoric and false claims of RAAAAACISM.

Exit question, if Grayson thinks “hate speech” which is Liberal code for I cannot win this debate intellectually so I am going to smear my opponent, is grounds for being expelled from the Tea Party then maybe the Democratic party should expel him. Hopefully the voters will take that step next year.

Yeah, about that whole “Conservatives hate science” thing

It seems that a Yale professor did a study about political outlooks and science comprehension, you know, the kind of study snotty, self-assured Liberals love to quote. Well, it turns out that Tea Party people, who are CONSERVATIVES for the most part, have a better knowledge of science. H’T Fritz

And more shockingly, admits it.

Because the “asymmetry thesis” just won’t leave me alone, I decided it would be sort of interesting to see what the relationship was between a “science comprehension” scale I’ve been developing and political outlooks…

It turns out that there is about as strong a correlation between scores on the science comprehension scale and identifying with the Tea Party as there is between scores on the science comprehension scale and Conservrepub. 

Except that it has the opposite sign: that is, identifying with the Tea Party correlates positively (r = 0.05, p = 0.05) with scores on the science comprehension measure:

The professor shows signs of an open mind, which is good, of course he is not climbing out of his Liberal closet just yet

I’ve got to confess, though, I found this result surprising. As I pushed the button to run the analysis on my computer, I fully expected I’d be shown a modest negative correlation between identifying with the Tea Party and science comprehension.

But then again, I don’t know a single person who identifies with the Tea Party. All my impressions come from watching cable tv — & I don’t watch Fox News very often — and reading the “paper” (New York Times daily, plus a variety of politics-focused internet sites like Huffington Post & Politico). 

I’m a little embarrassed, but mainly I’m just glad that I no longer hold this particular mistaken view.

 But not really embarrassed enough to reconsider his other biases…

Of course, I still subscribe to my various political and moral assessments–all very negative– of what I understand the “Tea Party movement” to stand for. I just no longer assume that the people who happen to hold those values are less likely than people who share my political outlooks to have acquired the sorts of knowledge and dispositions that a decent science comprehension scale measures.

Baby steps professor, baby steps

 

 

Ho-Hum Another corrupt Democrat compares Tea Party to the Confederacy

Old Rantin’ Rangel can say the darndest things so this clip is not surprising in that it contains a gratuitous amount of BS and race baiting. What IS shocking is that Martin Bashir, he is not a newsman but he pretends to be one on MSNBS has contracted a case of Perpetual Serious Face

Seriously, every time I see Bashir on TV he has that same face. Maybe he is constipated? Take a look at the heartbreaking effects of Perpetual Serious Face

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Washed up singer wishes death upon Tea Partiers, Conservative Congressmen

Cher, yes that Moonbat, is back, and she is, as usual bitter, angry, and spewing violent rhetoric. Check out her latest meltdown on Twitchy

WHO THE FUCK DO THESE TBAG (DEVIL INCARNATE)MEMBERS OF GOV.THINK THEY R? PPL R ACTUALLY GOING 2 DIE(cancer trials shut down)& THEY R REASON

ANOTHER DEPRESSION,4 ENTIRE WORLD! THEY R TERRIFIED BY OUR GOV.GRIDLOCK,& CAN’T BELIEVE,THE T-BAGS (COMPLETE IMBECILES)CAN HOLD USA HOSTAGE

 Much more ugliness at the link. Hey Cher, how is your tolerance level there?

 

Another Race Baiter Rushes to Defend Rantin’ Rangel

Here we go folks. Every time a race-baiter on the Left has an opportunity to be consistent and call down a Liberal who utters racist remarks, they instead make excuses. The latest example? Earl Ofari Hutchinson. Hutchinson defends Rangel calling the Tea Party racists and White Crackers

Rangel has history on his side to back up his broadside. During the 1960s, GOP ultra conservatives, libertarian groups, and the far right from the John Birch Society to the Young Americans for Freedom waged a prolonged and bitter fight against liberal Democrats and moderate Republicans to block civil rights legislation. It was always the same argument. Those civil rights and voting rights bills encroached on state’s rights, usurped the Constitution, and were a gross impediment to personal and commercial freedom.

Of course, one doesn’t have to go back to the 1960s to make the case that Rangel inelegantly made that many of those who back the Tea Party today would have opposed civil rights back in the day. There are a few notable Supreme Court judges that used virtually the same arguments as civil rights foes of the past to gut the Voting Rights Act, and any other civil rights strengthening measure that has been on the court docket. There are legions of Tea Party affiliated GOP House representatives that cloak themselves in their read of the Constitution and libertarianism to relentlessly flail Obama and the Democrats for spending on domestic programs that aid minorities and the poor. Ron Paul and son Rand are the two top guns for the GOP’s right-libertarian wing, and they have filled up a small directory with putdowns of past and present civil rights initiatives.

Of course, most people who benefit from programs like food stamps are White. And, I could point out that Conservatives and Libertarians criticize the WASTE and CORRUPTION in those programs, and no necessarily the programs intentions. But Hutchinson doe snot want facts

Then there’s the Tea Party’s well-documented silence when it comes to denouncing the overt bigots within the ranks of its various factions. This bunch unleashed a proliferation of Obama “Joker” posters — showing him as Batman’s ultimate nemesis — crude, racist scrawls on signs and banners, Confederate flags and Texas Lone Star flags, and racist digs at the president and first lady Michelle Obama for a time.

OK here we go. The Tea Party has been silent on the racist acts and remarks of Tea Party members because those events have largely been invented by Leftists like Hutchinson. In other words that “overt” racism never happened, and that IS well-documented, but, again, do not confuse Hutchinson with facts. 

As to the “Joker” posters, I would say so? How are they racist? In fact they are not, and Hutchinson, in  a moment of honesty, if he ever has one would admit that. Hutchinson also mentions the “crude, racist scrawls on signs and banners” at Tea Party rallies. Again, there is no there there. Mr. Hutchinson can continue making the baseless allegation all he wants, but he will still be lying. As to the presence of  “Confederate flags and Texas Lone Star flags, and racist digs at the president and first lady Michelle Obama for a time.” I will ask when the State Flag of Texas became racist? When was that exactly Mr. Hutchinson? The racist digs at the FLOTUS and the President? Care to cite specific genuine examples Mr. Hutchinson? If so bring them, if not please shut the Hell up.

Finally, the obligatory reference to the Confederate Flag that every Liberal makes as proof of racism. Mr. Hutchinson, you really ought to read a bit of history, your blatant ignorance is an embarrassment. My ancestors, and many other Southern men, of all colors, yes ALL colors and religions, defined the Confederate Battleflag on the battle fields from 1861 to 1865, and racism is not a part of that definition.

Lastly, you can go read the rest of the bilge Hutchinson spews if you wish. He can scream and rant about racism all he wants, but if he REALLY wants to look at racism, and hatefulness, and ignorance, I suggest he stop looking at the Tea Party and start looking in his closest mirror!

 

 

Ignorant Buffoon W. Kamau Bell Suffers from Racial Obsession Syndrome

It is sad to see someone who is so hooked on feeling like a victim isn’t it? Bell is a perfect example of what the Left has done to too many Blacks in America.

Comedian W. Kamau Bell told a pack of television reporters what the role of white people should be in cases like the George Zimmerman trial.

The liberal host of FX’s Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell, who once announced that the Tea Party was at least 10 percent racist, said the white press’s reaction to the Zimmerman acquittal should have been to silently acknowledge the racism at play.

After all, Bell argues, white people can’t speak up with certainty on issues of race.

The worst thing to say to a person of color is, ‘I don’t think that’s racist.’ I don’t think that’s your area. You can have an opinion but I don’t think you are the final word. That’s what’s missing, white people. You’ve got a lot of jobs” but should not have the ‘I know what’s racist’ job. I know what’s imperialism – that’s your job.”

See, there you are. A man totally consumed by skin color, spewing racist stereotypes while claiming to be  a victim of, you guessed it, racism. That is what the left has done to Black America, and sadly many of them are absolutely addicted to identity politics and lumping everyone together according to skin color.

 

Senator Cruz Joins Tea Party Leaders To Call For Fundamental Tax Reform; Abolition Of IRS (Video)

Sen. Cruz Joins Tea Party Leaders To Call For Fundamental Tax Reform; Abolition Of IRS – Cruz For U.S. Senate

Contact: press@cruz.senate.gov / (202) 228-7561

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Monday, July 1, 2013

HOUSTON, TX – U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) today called for fundamental tax reform in order to abolish the IRS and put an end to its abuse of everyday American citizens. He urged Texans who believe they may have been targeted by the IRS to email irstarget@cruz.senate.gov.

“IRS targeting of American citizens is a threat and challenge, but also an inspiration,” said Cruz. “It is an inspiration that these leaders are standing up. It is a threat that the federal government is targeting, not big corporations or lobbyists, but normal American citizens that are standing up for liberty. It is a challenge that we all face to limit the power of Washington.”

Sen. Cruz called for the abolition of the IRS saying, “After these revelations of political targeting by the IRS, we need to padlock and shut down the building, abolish the IRS, and move to a flat tax or the FAIR Tax.”

Tea party leaders that joined the Senator included:
Ken Emanuelson, Dallas Tea Party
Catherine Englebrecht, King Street Patriots & True the Vote
Robert “Gonzo” Gonzalez, Clear Lake Tea Party
Darcy Kahrhoff, Katy Tea Party
George Rodriguez, San Antonio Tea Party
Toby Marie Walker, Waco Tea Party

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IRS scandal gets worser and worser

Gateway Pundit has a very damning bit of info on what Tea Party groups were asked by the IRS

The Obama IRS demanded that several Tea Party groups provide back-end access to their websites.

And, from reliable sources: This happened to several Tea Party groups!

The source has this in writing. It states they wanted access to everything the members had access to, which would be chats, email, contact information, etc. The group raised less than $600. She was targeted as early as October 2010.

Central Texas 912 President, Maria Acosta joined Kristina Ribali from FreedomWorks to discuss being singled out by the Feds.

The IRS asked for back-end access to the group’s website.
And this is a tax question?

And here are some of the questions directed at the Richmond Tea Party

4) Provide the following for your publishing activities including books, CD’s, DVD’s, newsletters, literatures, flyers, brochures, pamphlets, voter guides, and class handouts (from October 22,2010 to now):
a) Copies of allthe publications and/or advertising materials that you have distributed.
b) Expense amounts incurred for your publishing activities from October 22,2010 to now
c) lndicate the percentage of time and resources you spend on these activities in relation to 1oo o/o of all your activities.
h) Will your near future publishing activities remain similar to those you have been conducting recently? lf not, explain the changes of your publishing activities in the near future in terms of contents, time, and resources.
5) Provide the following information for your web and internet related activities:
a) Copies of your current web pages and your presentations on other web pages such as social networking sites and blog sites (from October 22,201 to now). lf you are a membership organization, please include all the pages that are accessible only to your members.
b) Expense amounts incurred for your web and internet related activities from October 22,201 to now.
b) lndicate the percentage of time and resources you spend on these activities in relation to 100 o/o of all your activities.
6) Have you attempted or will you attempt to influence the outcome of specific legislation (in the near future)? lf so, provide the following:
a) Provide copies of all communications, pamphlets, advertisements, and other materials distributed by the organization regarding the legislation.
b) Provide copies of any radio, television, or internet advertisements relating to your lobbying activities
c) Please indicate the percentage of time and resources you have spent or will spend conducting these activities in relation to 100% of all your activities.
lf not, please confirm by answering “No” to this question.
7) Have you engaged or will you engage in business dealings with any candidate(s) for public office or an organization associated with the candidate, such as renting office space or providing access to a membership list (in the near future)?
lf so, describe the relationship in detail and copies of any contracts or other agreements documenting the business relationship

 

 

If Chris Matthews ever has a full-fledged breakdown, how will anyone know?

Seriously how? All this buffoon does is babble incoherently

Via Mediaite:

MSNBC host Chris Matthews and two guests on Wednesday investigated what they identified as strains of homophobia, xenophobia, and racism within the tea party. One of the guests was a filmmaker who is investigating the phenomenon of African-American conservatives who sympathize with the tea party. Matthews was vexed by the existence of black conservatives. He expressed surprise that African-Americans, who were dependent on the federal government for civil rights legislation, would support an ideology that backs state’s rights.

Matthews opened the segment congratulating MSNBC for their efforts at trying to show “the real face of the tea party” which he said was characterized by racial rhetoric and outright racist imagery.

“My study suggests that there is a strain of racism in the tea party,” said University of Washington assistant professor Christopher Parker. “There’s definitely a racist strain, but it goes beyond racism. It goes to homophobia and xenophobia as well, Chris.”

Matthews asked if tea partiers longed for a “dreamy nostalgia” of a time when there were “no gays, where blacks were slaves, where Mexicans were in Mexico.”

Good Freaking Grief!

 

Why do I completely discount anything Peggy Noonan says?

It is not that Peggy is always wrong, it is that she is often wrong, and when she is, she says incredibly inane things like accusing the Tea Party of rage video at Doug Powers who sums up Noonan perfectly

When I look at people at Tea Parties I see folks genuinely concered about the future of the country and the erosion of its founding principles. If that’s “rage” we need more of it, not less. But I have a feeling Peggy Noonan has been to as many Tea Parties as I’ve been to Chomsky lectures:

The biggest thing that Noonan misses is that in 2010, it WAS the Tea Party that won big. Again, Noonan is another establishment Republican who place politics before principles. I think, it is time that we at The DaleyGator create a new award to present to folks like Noonan. We will call it the Horse’s Ass Award! What do you think Peggy?

The DaleyGator is full of rage, just like the Tea Party

 

Je$$e Jack$on: Tea Party wants to engage in secession, sedition, segregation, and slavery

And lots of other words that start with the letter S I am sure.

In a recent speech to North Carolina college students, the Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr. stumped for Barack Obama and described members of the Tea Party movement as slavery supporters.

In a speech Friday at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, billed as a get-out-the-vote rally, Jackson drew a difference between the original Boston Tea Party, which he said aimed to “end occupation and wipe out the tea tax,” and the contemporary Tea Party, which he characterized as a group that wants to “overthrow our government, engage in secession, sedition, segregation and slavery.”

Nobody race pimps like old Je$$e. Sadly, too many people fall for this line of garbage. Liberals, I have found, often enjoy feeling like victims, I think it stems from the inherent pessimism that infects Leftism. Parasites like Jackson, feed off of that and manipulate that pessimism for publicity and financial gain. 

Translating Bidenese?

Trying to translate, or make sense out of anything that exits Joe Biden’s mouth can be dangerous, but, I think I can do this. Take this clip Duane Lester posted at All-American Blogger listen closely, and see if you can hear what Crazy Uncle Joe is REALLY saying

So, what is Joe REALLY saying there? Well, the Tea Party is made up of Americans, voicing their views and concerns right? And while the Tea Party was a significant part of the 2010 elections, it was more than just the Tea Party “taking over”. That was the voice of the PEOPLE that Biden and the Democrats heard in 2010. And, apparently Joe just sees us the people as a bunch of “obstructionists”. So, it seems clear that Joe is really telling the people to stay out of the way of the Liberal agenda of the Democrats. In other words, Biden, and Obama, and the rest have no interest in listening to, much less heeding the voice of the people. Now, does that sound like people who respect the Constitution? If you said no,then I think it is pretty obvious which party should not get your vote this November!

 

Insanity as defined by our government. DHS, IRS told to monitor Tea Party, ignore OWS

Chris Wysocki has the details, which, ought to surprise us, but, given the actions of this administration, likely will not

The Department of Homeland Security “struggled” to avoid monitoring any #Occupy groups, for fear they might tread on someone’s civil rights.

Internal Documents Show the Department of Homeland Security Tried Pretty Hard Not to Monitor Occupy Wall Street

The Department of Homeland Security struggled to avoid monitoring or suppressing the Occupy Wall Street movement last year, despite being bombarded with requests from various federal agencies for intelligence on the protests, according to documents released via the Freedom of Information Act.

The documents show that officials in DHS’s offices of Intelligence Analysis and Civil Rights and Civil Liberties were keenly aware of the legal and constitutional issues raised by federal agencies monitoring political protesters, and sought to tamp down the appetite for intelligence on the Occupy protesters from their colleagues in DHS and other federal agencies that rely on DHS bulletins and intelligence.

Treat the Occupods with kid gloves! But when it comes to the Tea Party, DHS felt no such cumpunction. Nosirree, if you’re talking about dangerous right-wing extremists, DHS puts the Tea Party at the top of their list.

Because people who read the Constitution are a threat to the people who trample on the Constitution.

And if the DHS scrutiny wasn’t enough, the IRS is making sure us Tea Partyers get the message.

The American Center for Law and Justice has reported that the IRS is targeting the nonprofit tax status of Tea Party and liberty groups across the nation.

The IRS questionnaires are quite detailed containing pages of multi-step questions. The organizations have been given two weeks to complete the query. This short deadline would be tough for any organization, let alone all-volunteer groups.

Most of the questions are pointed and obnoxious, but fairly standard by IRS standards: Explain fundraising, explain outreach, explain volunteers, explain your relationship with another group.

Some of the questions are baffling and don’t identify anything of redeeming social value, meaning they seem geared to utilize organizational resources instead of supporting or refuting a tax status.

Examples of these include requests to provide a hard copy printout of web pages, list all issues of importance to the group, and outline any training completed by or presented to the organization in question.

Even better, the IRS is asking for information on the families of Tea Party members. Why? Is this North Korea where our children pose a threat to the regime?

How fitting of the Obama administration. Ignore protests marked by violence, threats, rapes, and filled with anarchists, Communists,and other scum. But the Tea Party? Those very peaceful, concerned citizens? You better watch those folks. Of course, this is just more of the same from Team Obama isn’t it? Ideology drives everything they do it seems. Free passes to union thugs, radicals,and Leftist agitators. But for those “bitter clingers”? Those people are considered extremists, and painted as dangerous,and all because they dare disagree with the Leftist agenda of Team Obama.

Like I said, this should surprise us, but, sadly, it does not

Ah yes, Ann Coulter lets her mouth override her brain

Ann is hopelessly devoted to Mr. Romneycare, and does not mind taking cheap shots at the Tea Party apparently. What a hack! And, today’s Daley Douchebag!

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Ann Coulter already told us that Tea Partiers opposed to Mitt Romney were just a bunch of “birthers” (emphasis mine):

Pemmaraju pressed Coulter on Romney’s conservatism, adding that the Tea Party has resisted him strongly, an indication he may not be as conservative as she thinks. Coulter replied that the Tea Party was “wrong about this” because “they’re looking at who is going to go around bombastically demanding to see Obama’s birth certificate or calling him a Kenyan,” instead of substance. She added that “Rick Santorum and [Rick] Perry are very bad on illegal immigration” despite being considered more conservative.

Bill quick at Daily Pundit sums up my feelings pretty well.

And Coulter is just another fellating tool of a hack propagandist drowning in the tank for a shit sandwich named Mittens Romneycare.

What can I add to that? Nothing!

Those darned violent, racist Tea Party folks

Yep, the media, and of course the Left, love to rake the Tea Party over the coals of racism and violent rhetoric don’t they? The only problem is this. The Tea Party folks are not racist or violent, these “peaceful” “tolerant Lefties on the other hand…


I especially like the way the one woman near the end says we ought to lynch not only Justice Thomas, but also his wife! And the Tea Party is dangerous?

You do not have to be a complete idiot to think like Thomas Friedman, but, it helps

Good freaking grief, if you wanted a perfect example of someone educated beyond their hat size, it would be Friedman as Noel Sheppard points out

Consider that after the impact the Tea Party has had on our nation’s politics the past 20 months, and the historic elections that just took place on November 2, Times columnist Tom Friedman actually thinks Americans aren’t interested in reducing the federal deficit but are instead yearning for higher taxes and greater government spending:

I believe most Americans don’t want a plan for deficit reduction. The Tea Party’s vision is narrow and uninspired. Americans want a plan to make America great again, and at some level they know that such a plan will require a hybrid politics — one that blends elements of both party’s instincts. And they will follow a president — they would even pay more taxes and give up more services — if they think he really has a plan to make America great again, not just bring him victory in 2012 by 50.1 percent.

The Tea Party’s vision is uninspired? Friedman ought to get out of 620 Eighth Avenue and talk to some Democrats that’ll be leaving Washington, D.C., when the new Congress gets sworn in next year.

What Americans on November 2 clearly said was uninspired are the tired and worn out policies of Obama, Pelosi, and Reid that are mortgaging the future of this nation on the backs of generations not yet having a say in how their money is being spent.

But missing this was just the beginning of Friedman’s myopia for he then rattled off what he considers solutions: 

We need to raise gasoline and carbon taxes to discourage their use and drive the creation of a new clean energy industry, while we cut payroll and corporate taxes to encourage employment and domestic investment. We need to cut Medicare and Social Security entitlements at the same time as we make new investments in infrastructure, schools and government-financed research programs that will spawn the next Google and Intel.