Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Left Wing hate mongers ascended on the Big Easy.

Since liberals want to brand, tar and feather patriotic Americans within the Tea Party movement as being nothing more then a bunch of redneck, racist hate mongers, I believe that turnabout is fair play in this case. The Southern Republican Leadership Conference was held in New Orleans last week. The conference was carried on C-PAN. The speakers were great, their straw poll was a joke however. Anyways during the conference, a group of protesters were outside bashing Bobby Jindal for no apparent reason. No these weren't the Tea Party activist folk. The folks that were vocally attacking Bobby Jindal and Republicans were liberal Democrats. Now since Governor Jindal is an American of Indian descent, could it be said that the crowd attacked Bobby because of his race which would make the liberal protesters a bunch of liberal racists? I can imagine the heads of liberals exploding while reading this. Put this on a two tier scale and weigh it out. Both Bobby Jindal and Barack Obama are non white political figures. So why would it be acceptable to label the Tea Party folks a bunch of racist and not label the protesters that were at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference as a bunch of racists too? The protesters in New Orleans were mostly "white" by the way. Isn't that the "taboo race" in which to be a Tea Party activist according to liberal media pundits? Since Bobby is the Governor of the state of Louisiana, what did these white liberals mean when they chanted "Bobby Jindal go home"? The last time I checked, New Orleans is in Louisiana.

Here is something that separates the Tea Party activists from the liberal group that protested against Bobby Jindal and the attendees at the SRLC. The Tea Party folks can give verbatim the policies for which they have a strong disagreement with Obama and congress. The group that protested against Bobby didn't give or display any policy reasons for which they slammed Jindal's name. It looks like the protesters that were in New Orleans were out to just show hatred rather then trying to communicate a message of constructive criticism. This is the face of "the real mob" the media won't show, because it isn't aimed at a person of an ethnic group that is liberal. It cracks me up every time a liberal tells me that they can't be racist.


11 Comments:

Blogger Sojournerlove said...

Liberals and their duplicity is enough to make me go insane. White Liberals kind of creep me out because I get the feeling that if you poke them hard enough they will reveal their true nasty nature! Those Racist Leftwing cockroaches have no right to give anyone a sermon on the evils or racism. Hypocritical turds the lot of them!

11:54 AM  
Anonymous pino said...

Fantastic point. I have mainly been watching the attacks on his campaign manager. I never put two and two together to point out the silliness in labeling the Tea Party as racist using Jindahl.

Again, well done!

12:15 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

It appears you're ready to admit that fringe elements exist on both sides now?

Sure, this "leftest anarchist" group could very well harbor intense racist elements. However, what you fail to point out is the fact that this group was "WAY" smaller than your average "Tea Party" protest. Most News sources estimated the protest crowd at around 200-250, compared to an average Fox New's covered Tea Party, where crowds are estimated in the TEN'S OF THOUSANDS!

Fringe elements such as racist, homophobic, sexist, or any other discriminatory idea's can exist within any political ideology.

Moreover, since you believe that "turnabout is fair play", you must also give all sides (Tea Party and Leftest alike) a "fair" and reasonable assumption with concern to the numbers of those involved. So, in "fairness", we both can agree that the number of racist in the Tea Party's, by far out number the racist on the Left. (At least in this case, which is shown from the video you posted)

1:35 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

sojournerlove "Liberals and their duplicity is enough to make me go insane. White Liberals kind of creep me out because I get the feeling that if you poke them hard enough they will reveal their true nasty nature! Those Racist Leftwing cockroaches have no right to give anyone a sermon on the evils or racism. Hypocritical turds the lot of them"

Liberals are normally entertaining sojournerlove, it's just that they have the power to vote that makes them dangerous. The media never ever ever ever report on the actual left wing rage like the one that was on display in New Orleans. Nah, they have to report on lies told by black liberal hack politicians. To this day, I can't recall any republicans ever holding protests at Democratic conventions. It is always liberal dems who do that at Republican conventions and conferences. The lie is yet again on full display showing that liberals truly are NOT "tolerant" of opposing points of views. They want to silence ideological diversity whenever it is presented. Liberals haven't gotten the point, but the race card has been worn out to the point of no return. At this point, I say let them keep playing it. They are only making themselves look that much more kooky every time they try and invoke it.

1:43 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

pino "Fantastic point. I have mainly been watching the attacks on his campaign manager. I never put two and two together to point out the silliness in labeling the Tea Party as racist using Jindahl."

It's basically taking liberal logic and reversing it on them. I bet if conservatives would take this approach like I did, liberals would drop the use of the race card quick, because they can never defend their actions when confronted.

1:46 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

p allen "Sure, this "leftest anarchist" group could very well harbor intense racist elements. However, what you fail to point out is the fact that this group was "WAY" smaller than your average "Tea Party" protest. Most News sources estimated the protest crowd at around 200-250, compared to an average Fox New's covered Tea Party, where crowds are estimated in the TEN'S OF THOUSANDS!"

Oh geez allen, is that seriously the best argument you could make? What does the sizes of the two groups have to do with anything?

p allen "Fringe elements such as racist, homophobic, sexist, or any other discriminatory idea's can exist within any political ideology. "

Funny how your fellow liberals think otherwise allen. They believe that the fringe element exists within the right and they the left is as pure as the driven snow. It's refreshing to hear you make a common sense statement allen lol

p allen "Moreover, since you believe that "turnabout is fair play", you must also give all sides (Tea Party and Leftest alike) a "fair" and reasonable assumption with concern to the numbers of those involved. So, in "fairness", we both can agree that the number of racist in the Tea Party's, by far out number the racist on the Left. (At least in this case, which is shown from the video you posted)"

Nobody ever said that liberal logic had to make any sense, thanks for proving that as true allen. Can you provide any evidence of the racist elements within the Tea Party movement allen? Signs of people referring to Obama as a socialist won't cut it. If there is more racists within the Tea Party movement then within the liberal protests groups, why can't the left provide any evidence of the so called racist elements within the Tea Party?

12:40 AM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

CB;"Funny how your fellow liberals think otherwise allen. They believe that the fringe element exists within the right and they the left is as pure as the driven snow".

Of course you would think it's "funny." Those who believe they are "holier than thou" tend to believe everyone else is the same way.

Not every so-called liberal believes that racism is the sole property of those on the right. Racism can creep into any political movement, covertly or overtly!

Unlike yourself, I can see certain racist elements within the Tea Party movement. Yet I still contend that it is NOT intent of everyone involved. How many racist individuals or groups are involved in the Tea Party? I don't know. However, the "FACTS" shows that some are.... OVERTLY!!!

CB;"why can't the left provide any evidence of the so called racist elements within the Tea Party?".

That's the problem Tyrone...you're a Conservative HACK! You don't think for yourself! It's not about what the "left" can prove to you. It's about "WHAT YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO SEE FOR YOURSELF"!!

White nationalist group, Council of Conservatives Citizens claimed to have 4500 members at a Florida Tea Party rally.

White supremest group Stromfront advertised for it's members to attend a Tea Party rally in Mississippi.

The founder of a Tea Party in Houston carried This Sign to a rally.

The above are just a few examples of the "OVERT" involvement of "racist elements" in the Tea Party movement.

A recent survey done by researchers at The University of Washington says racial attitudes exist among a noticeable percentage of Tea Party activist.

Either you are blind, crazy, or just plain stupid, or you choose to ignore the racist elements (which is just as stupid, if not more!).

3:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

When these protesters told Jindal to "Go home!" makes me wonder if they were comparing him to Barrack Obama from the opposite, when many suspected Obama for being an Arab and a Muslim; stereotypically, all Arabs and Muslims have ties to terrorism and as too many believe that Indians are too; India's primary religion is Hinduism, but Jindal is a Roman Catholic.

Or is it that these protesters are just racist and don't like Indians?

4:28 PM  
Blogger Tom SVDP said...

I think most people see the Hindus as being relatively peaceful and sandwiched between two unstable countries, Pakistan and Bangladesh, Pakistan clearly having it's own share of Terrorists. People I believe see India as somewhat conducive to our values, relatively peaceful and their religions being what the Beatles and other celebrities carried on an interest in aside from having vegetarian tendencies and where we get Yoga and in fact, Buddhism from. For such a largely populated country up their with the likes of China (right, over a billion people?? Something like that), they certainly have their oddball cults here and there with very repugnant practices and other setbacks indicative of an at times, underdeveloped country. Still, I think it is seen as basically friendly to democracy and where the Dalai Lama and other Tibetans went when overrun by the Communists. Unfortunately, stories also make it out of the country sometimes that Christianity is oppressed. Ancestors of people from India have indeed done relatively well in the Caribbean, Africa and other places.

Unfortunately, racist elements may be found in the right, but look at the guy who did the shooting at the Holocaust museum, he was a truther. Let's hope the effect of a minority of extremists on both sides can be kept to a minimum.

1:51 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Anon;"When these protesters told Jindal to "Go home!" makes me wonder if they were comparing him to Barrack Obama from the opposite".

HERE.
HERE.


Telling an American born citizen to "go home" is in fact a reference directed toward that persons race. Contrary to your assertion of being an "opposite", the implication or suggestion that Jindal or President Obama should "go home", are no different, and are steeped with racist overtones.

4:17 PM  
Blogger Sojournerlove said...

I heard some people were severely injured by left wing kooks at the gathering. I find the Left to be thoroughly corrupt and despicable!

9:56 AM  

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