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Friday, July 16, 2010

by R J Shulman

WASHINGTON- (PTSD News) - In a sharply worded reply to charges that racism exits in the Tea Party movement, Tea Party spokesperson Wanda Hutt said, "how dare those uppity shiftless drug riddled people call us racist. What I wonder is how they found the time to criticize us between cashing welfare checks." The current controversy began when the nation's oldest civil rights organization, the NAACP passed a resolution condemning racist activity within the Tea Party. The NAACP cited incidents where Congressman John Lewis was spat upon, Representative Emmanuel Cleaver was called the "N" word, and the frequent display of signs and posters depicting President Obama dressed in everything from Nazi uniforms to jungle attire.

"If anyone is racist, it's the NAACP because they have the word 'colored' in their name," said Mark Williams, national spokesman for the Tea Party Express. "can you imagine if we called ourselves the White Tea Party? We'd be lynched. And I love white tea. I drink the stuff whenever the beer runs out." Williams said, "Further proof it's black people who are racist is they're the ones obsessed about skin color. I never think about race unless one of those people forgets their place."

Hillary Shelton, director of the NAACP's Washington Bureau and Senior VP of Advocacy and Policy said, "Unfortunately, Mr. Williams is suffering from TWW, thinking while white." Sarah Palin, a strong supporter of the Tea Party and the movement's sweetheart said, "Those NAACPers are nothing but crybabies, when they should be grateful that white people not only rescued their ancestors from a terrible life in Africa, but got a free boat ride to America." Representative Michele Bachmann pointed out that all civil rights leaders are not communist Muslims. "Thank God for right thinking black leaders who know racism is just an invention of the Democrat party to get votes. I wish black people would listent to these great civil rights giants like Clarence Thomas, Michael Steele and Step 'n Fetchit."

Franlin Woods, Professor of Black Studies at Harvard said, "No racism, my ass. The Tea Party and the Republicans are not only the party of "no," they're the party of "no, n*gga, actually, 'hell no, n*gga.'" If Tea Partiers want to know if racism exists, I suggest they get a make-up artist to make them look black and then they should attend one of their own rallies."

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