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The World Is Amused at “Tea Parties”

We can’t sugarcoat the truth — there are racist Americans, and for some eerie reason, they all seem to be in the so-called Bible belt where they defend Jesus and guns and they hate Barack ObamaJimmy Carter was being polite when he told NBC News :

“I live in the South, and I’ve seen the South come a long way, and I’ve seen the rest of the country that shares the South’s attitude toward minority groups at that time, particularly African-Americans.”

Before Obama was elected there were pretty petty (alliteration!) issues that some people–particularly who vaunted themselves as “real rednecks”; ” Moral Majority Christians”, “Patriots” and other weird phases of referring to themselves — brought up. They banged their keyboards and their heads over their concerns such as :

1. Obama was going to bring about the Apocalypse.

2. Obama was out to kill babies and he was a buddy of abortionists and fanatical Islam.

3. He was born in Kenya. He was also born in Indonesia. He was later again born in the Philippines according to some crackpot named Shelley the Republican :

Shelly, the Republican writes : “Can we allow a negro to occupy the White House? I say it’s our responsibility to check the background of the American Negro. Good patriots often said that Barack’s true allegience lies with his African tribe rather (than) with the American people. The allegience to its heritage is stronger than any ties to countries and flags. Barrack grew up in the Philippines, the largest Islamic nation on earth. In addition to being a negro, he was raised to believe in Allah and Shairia Law”.

Here’s that horrendously dumb blog entry – CLICK.

4. Obama would start another Holocaust.This was an email sent by so-called Evangelical Christians to 70,000 Jewish voters. Fortunately, most Jews seem to have a sense of humor and dismissed the letter as spam.

5. Obama’s birth cerificate is a fake. His Hawaiian buddies made it up for him.

Jimmy Carter was correct, but what he didn’t add was that most of these racists are hardly educated, though that is no justification for being forever stupid.

Obama, seems to be their “anti-thesis” — a black man who went to Harvard, was elected to the Senate and made it to the Presidency. Now, that hurts the feelings of Shelley the Republican and many people like her. Tragically, there are hundred of thousands who THINK like her – not that they were born retarded – just that they take pride in their being THE “real” Americans because they happen to be white. Aside from that, most of them breathe and live on these words : “patriotic”,” The Second Amendment”, “Moral and Family Values”…. and all of these phases are GOOD, unless the same words are “twisted” to suit their “Obama-hatred”.

Thus, Obama MUST be that beast set out by aliens/the devil/terrorists/tooth fairy to destroy America. If you ask them WHY they THINK this way, they’ll tell you that you’re an unpatriotic immigrant totally undeserving of ALL the “benefits of America.” Yet, they’re MAD over health care – not realizing most of them need the mental cure. But the TRUTH is that it is Not about health care. Carter was right : “It’s deeper than that”. He clinched it when he said : ”  I think it’s based on racism. There is an inherent feeling among many in this country that an African-American should not be president.. ”

So they go to “tea-parties” (how British!) calling the President a Nazi, a socialist (as if it were an evil word) and a chum of abortionists.

As the world watches this comedy with amusement, they begin to have second thoughts about the claim that America is the haven of democracy. Canadians are finding it funny that “socialism” has become an EVIL word.

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Anger against President Obama…Mark Williams Goes Too Far

Anderson Cooper on Monday night took an interesting look at the anger and protests against Barack Obama that hit irs apex thus far with a protest march in Washington, D. C. this past week.

Cooper discussed the protests and anger with Republican David Gergen, Democrat David Gergen and “Tea Party Express” organizer Mark Williams, promoter of much of the protest. Whereas Carville toed the line in pushing the line of Democrats’ support of President Obama, Gergen took a more analytical approach to looking at the problem, asking if we as Americans are any longer a “governable” people who can honestly and rerspetfully debate serious issues.

The presence of Williams, however, undermined what was otherwise an interesting discussion. Williams defended and tried to amplify the most outlandish of statements that have been made against Obama, including vitriolic and hateful sentiments expressed at wanting to bury the President with the Kennedys. Among other activities defended by Williams were calling Obama a Nazi and a racist. and apparently having no objection to posters that were displayed at the event depicting Obama as an African native that were clearly racist in their nature.

Fomenting the protests seems the key to Williams’ 15 minutes of fame. He has a history of self-promotion that thus far has not proven very successful in elevating him to prominence within political circles, and he seems to have seized upon the idea of promoting and fomenting dissent rallies as a way to rise to prominence.

The unfortunate aspect of this is that Williams is precluding legitimate analysis of how much anger and resentment truly exists against Obama, as well as preventing legitimate debate on contentious issues. Instead, he is whipping a portion of the American public into a frenzy, apparently hoping their discontent becomes personally rewarding for himself under the guide of “democracy in action” (as he liked to term it during his appearance on AC360).

Rather than prompting Americans to label their President a racist and wishing death upon him, Williams would better serve the nation, if that were truly his goal, by focusing on serious debate of the issues at hand, such as health-care reform.

Written by political analyst George Curcio for http://www.acthejournalist.com

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