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Hypocritically giving a pass to Democrats who engage in real racism

The NAACP’s Racist Agenda


By —— Bio and Archives--July 14, 2010

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Through its double vision racial lens, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is falsely declaring as racist Tea Party Movement activists—average Americans who do not agree with the socialist agenda of the Democratic Party—while hypocritically giving a pass to Democrats who engage in real racism.

For instance, the NAACP showed no outrage over the beating by SEIU (Service Employees International Union) thugs of a black man, Kenneth Gladney, who was kicked and called a racist name while working as a vendor at a health care reform town hall meeting in St. Louis on August 6, 2009 called by U.S. Rep. Democrat Russ Carnahan.  Neither does the NAACP express any concern when Democrats regularly demean black Republicans, calling us “Uncle Toms”, “Sellouts”, “House Negroes”, “House N-word”, or worse.  Leaders of the NAACP seem quite comfortable being aligned with the Democratic Party described by author Michael Scheuer as the party of the four S’s:  slavery, secession, segregation and now socialism.  The deplorable conditions in black communities that the NAACP complains about were created by the socialist policies of the Democrats who have been running those communities for the past 50 years.

Like the hypocrites they are, the NAACP has jumped on their racial high horse in an effort to discredit average citizens involved in the Tea Party Movement, accusing them of racism, simply because they are concerned about how President Barack Obama’s massive deficit spending is turning our country into a failed socialist nation.

It matters not that the inflammatory charge of racism aimed at Tea Party protestors in Washington, DC was demonstrated to be absolutely false in the article “A Closer Look at the Capitol Steps Conspiracy” by Jack Cashill.  The Democrats making the allegations produced no documentation to support the charge of racism—not one photo, not one audio, not one video—in spite of the $100,000 reward offered by Andrew Breitbart.

It is quite clear that the motivation for the NAACP’s attack on Tea Party activists is to divert the public’s attention away from the fact that President Barack Obama and the Democrats in control of Congress are slowly and deliberately transforming America from a free society into one that is government-controlled, the antithesis of our nation’s foundation.



Frances Rice -- Bio and Archives | Comments

Frances Rice is a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel, a lawyer and chairman of the National Black Republican Association.

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