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Tea Party: definitely not racist

You guys, all those bigoted posters showing Obama with the bone through his nose, even the protest signs that talked about white slavery and called various people niggers, were just outliers. The tea party movement is about one thing, and one thing only: getting gubmint off our backs! The fact that the president happens to have dark skin has nothing to do with it.

Yeah! We’re against the expansion of the federal government and fiscal irresponsibility! Seriously, we didn’t even notice that the president was of the negro persuasion until someone pointed it out to us, and then we were all “whaaa?” We’d be saying the same things about a white president — that’s why we were so overwhelmingly opposed to the Bush tax cuts and deficit spending, and the creation of the DHS, the single largest expansion of the federal government in a generation.

We wanted to show up to protest the Bush administration, too… well, about that. Jim’s grandma got real sick, and Lou there was busy with overtime at the slaughterhouse. Also, we couldn’t find any black markers or paint stirrers to make our signs. By a total coincidence, when Obama was elected we overcame these obstacles just in time to warn America about how the gubmint takeover of health care was gonna death-panel Jim’s grandma after putting her Medicare in the hands of some Washington bureaucrat.

You see, this movement is all about freedom, not racism! That’s why when Arizona passed a law to allow police officers to demand that anyone they suspected of being an illegal immigrant show their papers or face indefinite detention, we showed up in mass to protest this Nazi-like intrusion into American liberty. Actually hold on… in this case, we’re sure those government officials will not abuse their powers (we trust them), so we showed up to protest the overwhelming protests of the new law. You see, this law keeps America America-er. Any real American has nothing to fear. There’s no way that brown-skinned people are going to be targeted by this law; if they’re here legally, they’re one of us.

Approximately 45% of Whites either strongly or somewhat approve of the [Tea Party] movement. Of those, only 35% believe Blacks to be hardworking, only 45 % believe Blacks are intelligent, and only 41% think that Blacks are trustworthy. Perceptions of Latinos aren’t much different. While 54% of White Tea Party supporters believe Latinos to be hardworking, only 44% think them intelligent, and even fewer, 42% of Tea Party supporters believe Latinos to be trustworthy.

Ok, yeah, if you’re talking about all black, and all latinos, sure. But the ones we know personally are great, and those other ones could be great too, if only they just applied themselves and quit looking to the gubmint for a handout.

Our movement welcomes all people of color! There’s no reason to imagine things would be any different if we were all negroes ourselves.

Imagine that hundreds of black protesters were to descend upon Washington DC and Northern Virginia, just a few miles from the Capitol and White House, armed with AK-47s, assorted handguns, and ammunition. And imagine that some of these protesters —the black protesters — spoke of the need for political revolution, and possibly even armed conflict in the event that laws they didn’t like were enforced by the government? Would these protesters — these black protesters with guns — be seen as brave defenders of the Second Amendment, or would they be viewed by most whites as a danger to the republic? What if they were Arab-Americans? Because, after all, that’s what happened recently when white gun enthusiasts descended upon the nation’s capital, arms in hand, and verbally announced their readiness to make war on the country’s political leaders if the need arose.

Hey, who are you going to believe, us, or the Jew-run liberal media? Now for the last time, quit calling us racists!

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  1. Pete Michaud says

    Yes, this. People scare the shit out of me sometimes.

  2. Bryan says

    Wow, Janeane really gave it to that reporter. Ha.

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