BUSTED: Liberals Admit Racism Charges Against Tea Parties A Tactic, Not A Truth. Speaking of racism, see how the Democrats use racism as a tool – Question: Will branding the tea party ‘racist’ work as a political strategy? Answer: “Tainting the tea party movement with the charge of racism is proving to be an effective strategy for Democrats.  There is no evidence that tea party adherents are any more racist than other Republicans, and indeed many other Americans. But getting them to spend their time purging their ranks and having candidates distance themselves should help Democrats win in November.  Having one’s opponent rebut charges of racism is far better than discussing joblessness.”

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VelvetKevorkian
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VelvetKevorkian

This is one of the oldest liberal tactics in the book. I think it was LBJ that said “..accuse your opponent of being a pig fornicator and then make him deny it…”

LA Sunset
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This is why I always ignore BS like this and redirect back to the argument at hand. This is why people like Olivia try to change the subject so much. They cannot debate the topics at hand, so they seek to deflect and project.

The people who know me personally know quite well there isn’t a racist bone in my body. I cannot count the black women that I have known throughout the years (all of whom are liberal Obama supporters) who will make a beeline across the way to give me a hug when they see me. They know me and they respect me, despite the fact I don’t agree with their politics.

So God help the person who makes that claim that I am a racist in their presence, because they will shred that person’s ass to ribbons if they hear it.

fredfred
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fredfred

I agree with what your sayin- the Tea Party is a movement, not a party – it has become a culmination of disenfranchised republicans, a whole bunch of libertarians (of which I have been a member since 1988) and a bunch of independents who are just tired of this nonsense- tired of the dang name callin, tired of the labels and just plain tired of the same old politics that they all play out in Washington everyday.

The established politicians are frightened of us because our numbers are growing – they have resorted to calling us terrorists and racist and the GOP has not stood up, no sir- to say one damn thing against it.

They like their jobs – they like their perks – they like their benefit packages -….it don’t matter whether they are GOP or Democrat – when it comes down to it, they gonna circle them wagons to protect what they think is rightfully theirs…

And we, the people are tired of it – they see this, they feel this and they know it is just a matter of time – so what to do?

Call us racist – call us intolerant – call us homophobic – call us names.

But be aware of this: we are coming and we ain’t stopping – you can use your media and your influences and whatever else you want to throw at us….we will never ever succumb to your lies and vilification…because we are Americans and we are damn proud of it.

likwidlizard
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likwidlizard

FF-I would love to hear just “1” politition say every word you just commented. Congress has always CYA’s and they don’t want to quit with all the spoils they get. They act like they are the ‘chosen ones’ and to hell with the people. I’m tired of it and if I can do something to fire these bastards and get new blood in there that wants to do the people’s will then I will.

Buck O'Fama
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I don’t know how “effective” this “strategy” is. The Tea Party is not a party, it is a concept. Many Americans agree with its positions while simultaneously rejecting the Tea Party “brand”, at least to pollsters. But it doesn’t really matter to the TP if people reject its “brand” as it has nothing to sell – as long as folks vote to reject Obama and his policies, the TP wins a partial victory at the very least.

The “raaaaacist strategy” does not change the reality on the ground, that Obama’s policies not only have not worked but they are actively making things worse. So the Democrats are in the unenviable position of telling you if you perceive reality instead of the delusion of magical thinking, you’re a raaaaacist. That is not selling, not even to the liberal base, whose support for Obama is around 70% now. It is not selling to the party insiders who are running away from his “jobs” billsh*t. It is not selling to the pundits who are increasingly vocal in their criticism of him with some calling for him not to seek a second term. It is not selling because it CAN’T sell; reality is on our side. The reality here and around the world is that elitist technocrat-managed statism DOESN’T WORK and is collapsing into a messy heap. “RAAAAACISM” is just their last futile attempt to distract attention from the obvious. And, quite frankly, it has been overused to the point where almost nobody bothers to “look” anymore when someone yells it out. It’s become the equivalent of yelling “discared popcorn bag” in a crowded theatre.

Tatersalad
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Tatersalad

Conservative Senator, Russell Pierce of Arizona needs our help. The left wing loons are trying to take his job away. He is under attack!

http://floydreports.com/a-conservative-hero-is-under-attack/

jukin
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jukin

It’s time that we understand that the left will do anything to get the power and then steal the money, ANYTHING. We have to play the same. The leftists are the real racists. Call them on it. Do you hear any white people calling out for specific help for whites like Marxine Waters does for blacks? Do see 95% of whites voting for a white candidate like you do the blacks? We can’t hide from this and must be confrontational. Remember the three rules.

1. Admit nothing
2. Deny everything.
3. Make counter allegations.

MGAP
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MGAP

Stategy seems to have worked for old snotface Wasserman so far. Lie and let the other guy face it. Works since the media will never call them on it.

poisontolibs
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My response was to put Debbie in blackface. See it here:http://wp.me/p1SHGG-9x

perlcat
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That is just so — wrong, and yet — it does pretty much say it all about Little Debbie.

DefHarryMelon
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DefHarryMelon

The KKK party will continue to call the TEA party a racist group because, as pointed out in the article, it is directly from the Tactics chapter of Alinsky’s Rule for Radicals and as long as they have the horn of the media, they get to yell the loudest to the biggest audience.

Democrats ARE the home of racism. Without democrats, racism would hardly exist. Suck on that, troll.

Olivia
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Olivia

The KKK party will continue to call the TEA party a racist group because, as pointed out in the article, it is directly from the Tactics chapter of Alinsky’s Rule for Radicals
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My boy, if it weren’t for the fact that Rush Limbaugh yaps about Alinsky the way you and your buddies yap about Michelle Obama’s diet, none of you (and very few liberals) would ever have heard of him. His name is merely a trendy new pejorative, like all the other pejoratives the far right collects and tosses around like so many ping pong balls.

Whether or not the Tea Party is based on racism, or merely profits from it, it can’t be denied that it’s a comfortable political home for right wing racists. The evidence? I see a lot of ugly racially charged accusation and stereotypes flung about by its members, here and elsewhere….and very, VERY few of them criticized or challenged by other Tea Party members.

You can continue to deny that that attitude exists (or try to project it on to liberals)…..but it’s not the liberals who are trying to depict our First Lady as a morbidly obese, man-hating “Sapphire” ghetto caricature….or suggesting that any jewelry she wears should be fumigated before being returned.

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(NOTE: “But I just love Herman Cain” is not valid evidence that racism doesn’t exist, any more than “But I just love Nat King Cole’s voice” did, back in 1962.)

LA Sunset
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Once again, Olivia, you have not disappointed and tried to change the subject so as to deflect attention away from the topic that you cannot intelligently refute. But just for kicks let’s take some of your off-topic blather and make a little mince meat of it, shall we?

//the way you and your buddies yap about Michelle Obama’s diet,//

So I think we are safe in assuming that Michelle’s overt hypocrisy on diet should be widely accepted and never criticized. She can arm twist and pressure others to limit choices down to what she deems to be healthy foods, but she is free to gorge herself on french fries and other foods she seeks to remove from others’ diets. But, when someone makes this observation, you charge racism. That’s deflection and a typical left wing tactic.

//Whether or not the Tea Party is based on racism, or merely profits from it, it can’t be denied that it’s a comfortable political home for right wing racists. The evidence? I see a lot of ugly racially charged accusation and stereotypes flung about by its members, here and elsewhere….and very, VERY few of them criticized or challenged by other Tea Party members. //

Name something. Anything that is measurable and sound will do.

In the American system of justice, we require solid evidence to prove a case. Good thing this isn’t court because you would have your case thrown out. You are trying to make a case here in this forum and are not providing evidence to support it. When this happens, it is called a baseless accusation.

In this case here, you are deflecting away from the evidence the poster has presented to prove his/her case. Your goal is clear, you are trying to change the subject back to racism because you cannot answer the evidence provided to you. You probably didn’t even read it, because you have a narrow mind and care little about being right, only proving the lies you have internalized as facts.

//You can continue to deny that that attitude exists (or try to project it on to liberals)…..but it’s not the liberals who are trying to depict our First Lady as a morbidly obese, man-hating “Sapphire” ghetto caricature….or suggesting that any jewelry she wears should be fumigated before being returned.//

I looked at the evidence provided in the post, once again….just to be sure. Nowhere in the wording can I find anywhere that says racism doesn’t exist.

As for the first lady, she may very well fit the medical criteria as mildly obese but that isn’t the point that any one cares about here, only the blatant hypocrisy she is guilty of in her diet and the influence she is trying to exert on others. Are you so blind and foolish that you cannot see that? It has nothing to do with her skin color or her culture. It has everything to do with the stances she takes and the complete disregard for the old principle of “practicing what you preach”.

Racism does exist, I saw an example of it yesterday. I am watching one example unfold every time you make an accusation like this. Every time you make a charge of racism, you are being prejudiced toward people you do not know, solely based on their 1st amendment right to criticize someone who is an elected official—who happens to be black. Many of us are white, so using your own twisted logic, one can safely say you are racist against white people.

Once again, you are the quintessential model of a bad example because you cannot adequately defend your inaccurate and erroneous assessments, without resorting to accusations of racism. You did more to prove the poster’s claim than anything he/she could have posted as support. Good job.