Re: Super-racist NAACP Blasts Tea Party for RACISM!!!!!
- From: deadrat <a@xxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2010 20:40:35 -0500
Tankfixer <paul.carrier@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
In article <c0ad9b33-6095-4168-8351-
e4f6969d7fdc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, ahilliker3@xxxxxxxxx says...
On Jul 14, 1:39 pm, Steve from Colorado <gass...@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Jul 14, 9:14 am, "Speeders & Drunk Drivers are MURDERERS"
The NAACP strongly supports affirmative action, the govt-mandated
persecution of white people.
NAACP passes resolution blasting Tea Party 'racism'By Shannon Travis,
July 14, 2010 10:49 a.m. EDT
Washington (CNN) -- The NAACP has passed a resolution that condemns
what it feels is rampant racism in the Tea Party movement. Members
passed the measure on Tuesday at the organization's 101st annual
convention in Kansas City, Missouri.
Tea Party activists have swiftly denounced the action as unfounded and
The resolution pits the nation's oldest civil rights organization,
with its storied history of wins on behalf of racial justice, against
a grassroots conservative movement that has won some recent political
races and is flexing its muscle in Republican circles.
"We take no issue with the Tea Party. We believe in freedom of
assembly and people raising their voices in a democracy," Ben Jealous,
president and CEO of the National Association for the Advancement of
Colored People, said in a statement.
This is the kind of attack on White people one sees in Zimbabwe and
South Africa from Marxist militants like ZANU, SWAPO, UNITA, the ANC
and the Communist Party. The NAACP must be jealous of all the
attention the New Black Panthers are getting, thus the attempt to get
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You have been called racists because that is what you are.
Why was a lawyer associated with ehe NAACP involved with lobbing the
Justice Departent to drop the charges against the New Black Panther
Please name this lawyer and describe the "lobbing" that occurred. Lawyers
don't generally lobby the DoJ. Any discussion with a USA or AUSA about an
active case by someone not a party to the case in question would probably be a
breach of ethics, if not law. If the lawyer represented a defendant, then
discussions with the prosecution are not lobbying but part of the lawyer's job
Why won't the justice department apply the law equally to persons of all
You'll have to ask the officials of the Justice Department of the WPE. The
criminal charges against members of the NBPP were dropped before Obama took
office. The dropped charges were voter intimidation, and they were probably
dropped because no voters were intimidated. Complaints of threats were filed
by Republican poll watchers, who weren't registered to vote in the precinct
where the incidents were alleged to have taken place.
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