The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People will propose a resolution this week condemning racism within the tea party movement.
The resolution, scheduled for a vote as early as Tuesday by delegates attending the annual NAACP convention in Kansas City, calls upon "all people of good will to repudiate the racism of the Tea Parties, and to stand in opposition to its drive to push our country back to the pre-civil rights era."
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So, the article says the NAACP is proposing to condemn racism within the TPM (Tea Party Movement) but the portion of the actual resolution that is quoted says "the racism of the Tea Parties" certainly implying the very TPM itself deserves the label, not just a few people that attend rallies. You'll notice as well the call to "all people of goodwill" to join in the "repudiation", which I guess means if you refuse to fall in line with the far-left NAACP, you are not of good will, or a racist yourself.
I especially like the part about a drive to push our country back to the pre-civil rights era. What the NAACP racists really mean is back to an era of small (or at least much smaller than today) government. How horrible it would be indeed to have the Federal Government out of our lives on questions of race (and a whole lot of other things), and to leave the bureaucrats at the "Equal" Employment Opportunity Commission (and many other agencies) without jobs.
The attack by these statist big government shills is all part of a campaign by the elites to discredit one of the few mass movements that oppose the status quo. As such it's a total disgrace, and if any organization should be condemned, it's the NAACP itself.
The NAACP is irrelevant in a period of pending system collapse, while the Tea Party Movement is a true movement of its time.
The NAACP just looks ridiculous and desperate, just like it did when it also condemned Hallmark Cards recently.
Of course, maybe the NAACP does have a point this time. I mean, we've got a "black" president, and the TPM is anti-Obama if it's anything at all. To oppose the Black Messiah has got to make you a racist by definition, but throw in opposition to taxes (how would the oppressed classes get their welfare checks, and the bureaucrats have the money to continue their harassment of the private sector, without the Federal Government's stealing from the productive citizen's paychecks) and it's an airtight case!
The Tea Party Movement hates African-Americans! Now shut up while the regime in Washington, D.C. continues to spend us into ruin. I'm sure all people of good will can agree with that.
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