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The Mark Williams Fiasco—A Silly Surrender By Tea Party “Leadership”

July 23, 2010
A.W. Morgan
7/20/2010

“It doesn’t matter what this sign says, you’ll call it racism anyway.”

That’s a popular sign at Tea Party rallies. But it’s a firm sentiment among those who understand The National Question and have experienced its truth when discussing, no matter how innocently, any issue involving race or ethnicity.

If you’re white, and refuse to accept President Barack Hussein Obama’s rhetorical usurpation of your country, you’re a racist. If you’re white, and you refuse to accept Mexican immigration’s destruction of your neighborhood, you’re a racist. If you’re white, and you oppose the Islamification of America because you believe the United States is at least historically a nation built upon the foundation of Christianity, you are, again, a racist.

So the “Conservative” Establishment, which ought to oppose this, has long learned to shut up and keep to their talking points about “fiscal responsibility,” “constitutionally limited government” and “free markets.” Now the national Tea Party movement has followed suit. Those slogans, along with a fierce-looking Paul Revere in silhouette, emblazon the internet banderole of the National Tea Party Federation, which has recently, amid much publicity, banished talk show host Mark Williams, leader of the based Tea Party Express, to the outer darkness.

Williams, you see, dared ridicule the NAACP—that group of black professional shakedown artists who see a racist under every bed.

And now… the rest of the story. …..

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