The president and his propaganda minister, Jay Carney, say they aren’t sure the IRS did wrong by persecuting TEA Parties and other conservative groups. Well, the IRS believes what it did was very, very wrong. So wrong, in fact, the IRS apologized.
Interviewed on PMS-MSNBC, Julian Bond, former head of racist NAACP, says unlawful IRS persecutions were appropriate because TEA Party groups are “racists”. No, I don’t make this stuff up.
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Let’s back up a few years to a statement by U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder who refused to prosecute Black Panther thugs who were intimidating white voters. In his sworn testimony before Congress he stated, “This Department of Justice does not enforce the law in a race-conscious way.” Moments later in his testimony, he said this:
“Think about that,” Holder said. “When you compare what people endured in the South in the 60s to try to get the right to vote for African Americans, and to compare what people were subjected to there to what happened in Philadelphia—which was inappropriate, certainly that…to describe it in those terms I think does a great disservice to people who put their lives on the line, who risked all, for my people.”
For the record, Mr. Holder is black. His reference to “my people” was blatantly racist.
What conclusions can we Americans, those of us who long ago welcomed societal integration? Sadly, what I see and reluctantly speak is this: this president is fomenting race war in America.
If you are a praying person, pray for a miracle of revival across the fruited plain.
I don’t know of which “admittedly racist TEA Party” Mr. Bond speaks. Our Rockwall TEA Party has been working for several years now to promote liberty, peace and equality for all citizens and residents of Rockwall County.
Mr. Bond and Mr. Holder: your social “universe” must be very small, indeed. You genuinely need to get out more and talk with Americans across America. You are forever welcome here in Rockwall County Texas to meet a people who elected an African-American state representative (Scott Turner). Stop embarrassing yourselves and fellow African-Americans.