Tea Party leaders love to deny their own lack of aptitude and seem, at times, to have no knowledge of the facts on any given issue. Even their so-called educated leaders and defenders stumble when it comes to something as simple as who is pictured on a bigoted placard at the Tea Party rallies. Hmmm.
Yes, at several Tea Party rallies there were placards with President Barack Obama pictured with a watermelon smile. Bigoted? Hateful? Sickening? Prejudicial? Racist? Nope, say the Tea Party intelligensia. They tell us they asked some of those bigoted posters to be taken down. Nothing was said about the people who were carrying them. Being there with hatred, racism, bigotry, etc. is OK, just don't openly show it. Yep, that about sums it up for the Tea Party. "Let's take back our country!." is their hue and cry. Translation: White folks, arise, and let's straighten out the WHITE House! Good ole American values, when this country taught the Negroes their place in our society. Sickening? You bet it is. And the Tea Party should be called on it. Bigotry is all-too-common in the extreme right-wing. And the Tea Party is all-too-common in the extreme right-wing. And the right-wing holds a power balance in the Republican Party.
Rick Perry tells us that Social Security is a "Ponzi Scheme." They know about these kinds of schemes in Texas where Perry was gov. Execute 'em, when they break the law! We don't need any of this new fangled evidence in Texas courts. We always lead the way among the 50 states in legalized murder [executions]. It was not right to be so harsh with Enron. Drill in the Gulf, we love our oil, even if a few little spills happen occasionally.
Yep, keep marching and goose-stepping to the calls from the Tea Party. But be careful in what you put on your placards. Some people don't understand about our American past, and want us to give everyone the right to vote. Imagine! In the meantime, let's force them to get I.D. cards to vote. That can be the new poll tax, the new test before voting. After all there was plenty of fraud in the elections, and it is a terrible shame that nobody has been able to prove it.
Our Founding Fathers didn't give women and blacks the right to vote. We have to take back our nation, and return to our Founding Fathers. Hail to the Tea Party [don't spell it wrong on your placards and put "Heil Tea Party" ...that's a no-no...think it but don't put it on placards].