Black Conservatives Rebut Tea Party Racism Claims.
Here is the link for YouTube in case the video is not working.
Answering a question from a CNN reporter, Project 21 members Niger Innis (of the Congress of Racial Equality) and Bob Parks, along with Frantz Kebreau of the National Association for the Advancement of Conservative People of All Colors, question the validity of claims that the tea party movement is racist. Niger points out the "agent provocateur" angle, Bob talks about misrepresentation and Frantz questions whether the charges of racism are hyped from the very start.Hat tip: Amy Ridenour's National Center Blog of Project 21.
Too much great stuff in here to summarize further. Just watch it all!
Okay, I have to share one great line from Niger Innis in the video above at the 6 minute mark: "Jackie Robinson did not complain about fastballs."
Yes, we are Conservatives. Yes, we care about the individual rights. Do you not understand that you also are an individual? Do not ever let anyone brainwash you into thinking you are not. You decide what you like to eat, watch on TV, whether or not you even like TV, what to wear, how to wear it, etc.
With so many decisions to be made, do you REALLY want the government's permission to do them all? Well, of course, except abortion. That way the democrats can keep the population down and have fewer black and hispanic voters because truth be told, it's the white vote that elects them.
If we took each and every vote by the blacks and hispanics, they still would not add up. Have you not noticed that things are always getting worse when you have democrat (and liberal republican) governors, mayors, councilmembers, etc?
I learned a long time ago that to keep doing the same thing and expecting a different result is foolish. Please, I care about individuals such as yourself. That is why I am saying this. If you would like to have an honest conservation, leave me a comment. We can work something out. Have a blessed day.
May you walk with the LORD always, and when you cannot take another step, may He carry you the rest of the way until you can walk along side Him again. Digg!