Teabaggers bag a black brother at the Ground Zero

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Fucking hate the Tea Baggers. They have been skullfucking my Campaign for Liberty pony for a good two years now, with not even a friendly reach around. Still remember when these fucks showed up and told us their vision. Luckily, we got to name them TeaBaggers well before their name became national.

But I instantly knew this was about the HATE.

THat’s what TeaBaggers do, they hate. They will hate until there is nothing hate no more, and then hate on that fact.

And woo be the Brother caught downtown when the neoconservative pretty hate machine is in full roar:

Poor fella, was stupid enough to wear an under-armor sports cap to a hate rally!

The funniest, or saddest, depending on how you are keeping score, is that the brother in question is a union carpenter at Ground Zero who foolishly dropped by to show his support.

This is why you don’t TBWB.

Tea-Bagging While Black.

THat’s a lynching defense, as evident in this video.

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    • melvin on August 23, 2010 at 7:37 pm
    • melvin on August 23, 2010 at 8:33 pm

    Your daddy’s looking for you

    The debate should have provided the conservative defenders of property rights with a perfect example of how the right to own property also protects the 1st Amendment rights of assembly and religion by supporting the building of the mosque.

    Instead, we hear lip service given to the property rights position while demanding that the need to be “sensitive” requires an all-out assault on the building of a mosque, several blocks from ground zero.”

    .  .  .  .  .

    It is repeatedly said that 64% of the people, after listening to the political demagogues, don’t want the mosque to be built. What would we do if 75% of the people insist that no more Catholic churches be built in New York City? The point being is that majorities can become oppressors of minority rights as well as individual dictators. Statistics of support is irrelevant when it comes to the purpose of government in a free society-protecting liberty.

    • melvin on August 24, 2010 at 12:11 am

    500 meters from ground zero in Nagasaki:

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    • melvin on August 24, 2010 at 1:08 am

    rebuilt with funding from Jewish, Christian, and Muslim sources, and with the express approval of Hezbollah:

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    • melvin on August 24, 2010 at 2:09 am

    What about the Hindus that attacked Pearl Harbor?

    (Quickly corrected by a listener apparently short on drugs, but it could easily have gone uncorrected and they would believe him just the same. Picts, Goths, they really are all the same.)

  1. the man got me working extra hours :-/

  2. Do you see any signs that say Tea Party? Any dude with a hat with tea bags hanging down it? Any tri-corner hats?

    Perhaps you used your ESP to figure out that this is dominated by some sort of Tea Party group? Speaking of which, there’s quite a few varieties of Tea party groups. They’re not really all that coherent, though some are supporting a ‘Contract from America’.

    Here’s what Politico says,

    While most tea party groups – including those in New York – have officially sat on the sidelines, some of the earliest or most strident opposition nationally has been provided by tea party hero Sarah Palin, as well as tea party-backed Senate candidates Sharron Angle of Nevada and Gary Bernsten of New York.

    (emphasis mine)

    My recollection of Sufis, BTW, is that they have a mystical orientation. Thus, I don’t expect them to embrace violence. Wikipedia says,

    The Islamic Institute in Mannheim, Germany, which works towards the integration of Europe and Muslims, sees Sufism as particularly suited for interreligious dialogue and intercultural harmonisation in democratic and pluralist societies; it has described Sufism as a symbol of tolerance and humanism – undogmatic, flexible and non-violent.[66]

    So, the so-called ‘anti-mosque’ protests seem awfully irrational… My guess is that they are populated by a lot of ignoramuses that take Glen Beck and Rush Limbaugh seriously.

    Does anybody know if any cracker jack newspaper reporter bothered to ask this crowd of protesters whether or not they understood anything about Sufism? I doubt it – this is America, after all. Clashing pseudo-reality narratives help divide the populace, making it that much easier for plutocrats to continue their plunder and dominance. You can’t accomplish that with a cracker jack media.

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