Race baiting attempt by Kelly O'Donnell of NBC News ended in failure.
Darryl's answer was the best answer anyone regardless of race could ever give. His answer solidified perfectly the contrast between what it is to be conservative versus what it is to be liberal. Darryl answered Kelly's race baiting question by saying "No, no, these are my people, Americans". Liberals are always trying to divide our nation among "racial and economic" lines. I've been to several tea parties and I have never once felt "uncomfortable". Then again, I don't have race on the brain 24/7 like some of the left like Kelly O'Donnell has. Most conservatives believe in a nationalist point of view. That simply means "love of country". Reagan coined the phrase "American Exceptialism". The left uses race as a control mechanism. They use it against non whites as a way to shame them into being subservient to their ideology. That is why the left uses terms like"Uncle Tom", "Sellout" etc. The left uses race against whites who don't subscribe to their ideology by labeling them "racists", "bigots" etc. Darryl is a man liberals loath. He is a man who isn't guided by race but by his beliefs and conventions. To say that liberals for the most part aren't big fans of this country isn't exactly breaking any new ground. It does serve to reinforce why they attack non whites as traitors for embracing this country. I think I'm on to something.
In the eyes of white and black liberals, a person like Darryl would easily be labeled an "Uncle Tom", because he doesn't think along the lines of race. Liberals don't live up to their own hype when it comes to wanting a color blind society. I wish I could have asked Kelly in response to her question, how many "African Americans" work in the news department at NBC News and MSNBC. That question would have had the blood draining from her face.