Tuesday, July 20, 2010

NAACP blind to Tea Party Reality









Here is a good piece of reading, from a African-American Tea Party Patriot.

"I Condemn the NAACP: It Needs to Wake Up!"

Emery McClendon a member of the Project 21 black leadership network and a tea party organizer and speaker in Indiana. His essay for Project 21 on the tea parties appeared in Freedom’s Journal magazine. McClendon is a disabled veteran of the U S Air Force, a lifetime member of the Disabled American Veterans and the founder of Amateur Radio Military Appreciation Day.And Emery's take on this controversial attitude by the NAACP:I condemn the NAACP. I am really upset over their recent charge that the tea party movement is racist. When will these people wake up?What is the basis of their allegations? Speaking from experience, I will say that the claims they seem to be relying upon are false. The NAACP has once again been duped by the left.

I organized a tea party rally in Fort Wayne, Indiana. I have also travelled around the State of Indiana speaking at similar events. I have attended events and rallies with other conservative groups in Chicago, Detroit, Washington, DC and elsewhere. I can say that these events were open to anyone that wished to attend. I was even recently awarded a plaque by a tea party group in Madison County, Indiana. Is this racism?
Wake up, NAACP!

UPDATE: Democrats "Racist" agenda has been exposed-From Big Government.com Andrew Breitbart
This from Mary Frances Berry, appointed to the head of the US Commission on Civil Rights by Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton, has been quoted as authoring the following Statement:


"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."


I have said it once before... THERE IS NO JUSTIFICATION FOR IT (Calling the Tea Party racist). I strongly suggest to everyone, DO NOT GET CAUGHT UP IN THIS DIVERSION. It's a Saul Alinsky tactic.

7 comments:

Christopher said...

Good letter indeed!

AdamsPatriot said...

The NAACP and all this other RACIST name calling is way out of control to the point that it has come back to bite the NAACP and the President.

With the quick unjustified demanded resignation of Sherrod of the USDA just goes to show the left has gone so deep into their racial fantasy they can't even recognize truth from fiction.

Chris said...

It sure has Mark. But that wont stop the left from using their only and last tool to fight us conservatives. I've had more people that know I hunt ask me what kind of guns they should get. When I ask them if they are taking up hunting they say they would like to learn but they mostly want protection for their family and neighborhood. People are scared now. They are awake and feel the need to protect themselves from the violent left and other criminals out there. People are also getting into the Victory Gardens again.

Mark Adams said...

Adams Patriot, looks like Odumbo has got himself in one hell of a pickle with firing her, then re-hiring her. Can you say FLIP-FLOP. :)

Chris, I too am seriously looking at what I should get, to go hunting ;)
I have this eery feeling that once Obuma is booted out of office in 2012, some streets of America might burn, while others will revel.
Hmmm, wasn't there a movie about the end of time called 2012? YEEESH! LOL

Mark Adams said...

Thanks Christopher.
Get the "bugs" completely worked out on the PC? Hope so, Dude. That had to be kind of scary.

Chicago Ray said...

To that antiquated out of date org anything not black is racist. These people are like 'Strom Thurmond-Robert Byrd blacks' meaning they don't just think every white person is racist, they hate us all like whites hated them.......... 200 years ago.

Mark Adams said...

Yep, Ray. Those folks think racist is their word to use. Like discrimination. I hate it when people use 'reverse discrimination'... Discrimination is Discrimination.