Friday, July 16, 2010


Jenny Beth Martin and Mark Meckler at point out the pattern:
A clear pattern of behavior has emerged over the last 16 months. According to liberals, if you disagree with their thinking, and if you disagree with the Obama administration, you are not only wrong, you are a “racist.”

The latest strike by the left comes from the NAACP, which has resolved that the tea party movement is inherently “racist.” At its most simple, this is a direct attack on the First Amendment rights of millions of Americans.

The NAACP has long history of liberalism and racism.

If you are a conservative — including a conservative African-American — there is no room for you at the NAACP. If you have opinions that differ from the NAACP and the liberal establishment, and if you are African-American, you are an “Uncle Tom,” a “negro,” “not black enough” and “against our people.”

In other words, the NAACP fancies itself the thought police for millions of black Americans. Disagree with them and you will be ostracized and attacked. You will be subjected to public humiliation and racist commentary from NAACP leadership. The message is clear: Toe the line or pay the price.

But the NAACP does not stand alone in this regard. The left has a long history of using the race card. It has been pulled on people across the political spectrum.

President Bill Clinton was smeared as a racist by the Obama campaign when Hillary Clinton was running for president. It seems that anyone who disagrees with the far left, socialist policies of Barack Obama and the current administration is subject to the heavy hand of the race card.
If you can't beat them with logic, then beat them with a smear campaign.

Are there racists in the Tea Party Movement? Probably--any large sample of people will have some loathsome creatures. Are there racists in the NAACP? Probably for the same reason.

When things like this happy, I wonder what icons of the NAACP would think, men like Thurgood Marshall. He has to be spinning in his grave. I don't like some of NAACP's politics, but I never thought of them as stupid. Now I am not so sure.

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