Racist Tea Party Elects Blacks, Indians and Latinos In A Sneaky Ploy

What other explanation could there be for this?

Why, it’s quite obvious that in an attempt to pull the wool over the eyes of the nation’s oppressed women and minorities, the racist and sexist Tea Party, along with the general swath of racist and sexist Republicans, elected two black conservatives to Congress, an Indian woman and a Mexican woman as governors, and a whole bunch of Latino guys to various offices. It is equally obvious that these misguided souls were duped by the cunning white man into becoming pawns for the perpetuation of the power and privileges of white Amerikkka.



5 Responses to Racist Tea Party Elects Blacks, Indians and Latinos In A Sneaky Ploy

  1. Donald R. McClarey says:

    First rate Joe. What really infuriates the Left about the Tea Party movement is the number of minorities and women it has brought into the political spotlight running as conservative candidates. This fact is a dagger into the fantasy of the Left of eternal political victory in this country through demographics. Their reaction to Tuesday’s election? Redouble their accusations of racism and sexism, which in the face of the diversity of the GOP candidates elected last Tuesday sounds both comedic and pathetic.

  2. T. Shaw says:

    No, wait!

    I thought my verdict was idiotic, ignorant, insane traitor. I was awaiting sentencing.

    Thanks for straigthening this out.

  3. Deb says:

    I couldn’t agree more with this post. Nothing infuriated me more than when liberals projected that lie that those who didn’t vote for Obama ( mostly republicans) then we didn’t do so because he was black. Ever since Obama ‘s election , I ( a dirty racist republican) stated to many that I believed the country was ready for a black president but not a man of obama’s calibre and experience, or lack thereof, I should
    say. These kinds of false statements of the far lefty’s is just another way to try and secure the black vote just as they have the Hispanic vote by being soft on immigration. It’s really sad that they prey on the racial fears and tensions of many Americans that have yet to see the dramatic growth of acceptance of all nationalities born and bred in American society today. And because of it, all of the nation had suffered tremendously these past two years . Let’s hope and pray God unveils all these half truth and bold faced lies the left has portrayed of the majority of us Americans!

  4. Elaine Krewer says:

    I would like to give an honorable mention to two black GOP/Tea Party candidates from Illinois:

    — Cedra Crenshaw, aka “Mom against the Machine,” who ran against Dem State Senator A.J. Wilhemi of Joliet, and

    — Issac Hayes (no relation to the “Shaft” composer) who ran against none other than Jesse Jackson Jr. for the IL-2 Congressional seat.

    Both faced VERY long odds and both lost, but they got their names out there, made good impressions and I expect we’ll see more of them in the future.

  5. Elaine Krewer says:

    Perhaps I should clarify for non-IL residents that Jesse Jr. is an incumbent Congressman of long standing who has, shall we say, a lot of ethical and other issues, and Hayes was attempting to unseat him.

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