Saturday, October 02, 2010

Imitation can be the sincerest form of flattery. This isn't one of those times.





Liberals in many ways reminds me of Chinese companies. What I mean by that is that liberals are great at copying off others that are original but never the innovators of things original themselves. Liberals had their "One Nation Working Together Rally" today. The organizers swore up and down that their rally was in no way a response to Glen Beck's "Restore America's Honor" Rally that was held last month. Here are some comments from a liberal activist who attended the One Nation Rally. Cherly Albright is a community health advocate from West Warwick Rhode Island. She claims "We're fired up, and we're fighting for jobs and justice."We believe this is the real America. Look at all the diversity," she said. "This is not like the Tea Party. They call themselves the real America; we're the real America, too". If I didn't know better, I would swore she was making some sort of racial comparison to the Tea Party rallies to her rally. That couldn't be right, because I know liberals can't be the great exploiters of the issue of race. I need to work on my sarcasm. In typical liberal fashion, the left only wants to see "diversity", when the diversity favors their ideology. When the diversity is opposed to their ideology, then their blinders come on and they ignore the diversity they claim to champion or simply dismiss the diversity of race as mere "tokens" or "race traitors".



If I attended this knock off rally and was able to interview Ms. Albright "my way", I would have gotten her real thoughts on what she considers diversity and what she doesn't. The Glen Beck rally had in attendance over five hundred thousand people. The remarkable aspect of Beck's rally was that the rally had "one centralized theme". It was more about faith then then anything else. It wasn't about politics. The liberal "One Nation" rally was all about politics,had way far "fewer" people in attendance, and the attendees represented several hundred different causes. In other words, the rally wasn't a "unified message" rally. Over 400 different far left organizations were in attendance, while the Glen Beck rally didn't have any in attendance. The One Nation rally had groups representing

Environmental Groups
Animal Rights Groups
Fake Civil Rights Groups-NAACP
Communist Party USA
Socialist Party America
Anti Capitalist Groups
Anti War Activists

Pro Palestinian-Anti Israel Groups
Pro Illegal Alien Open Border Activists
Gay Marriage Activists
Union Organizations

These are the people who helped get Obama elected, yet he didn't show up to address his loyal flock. He had better plans like heading to Camp David. I guess they weren't worthy of his appearance. I didn't really know how badly the Tea Party movement has gotten under the left's skin until I read the remarks from Ben Jealous. Mr. Jealous is the Chairman of the NAALCP and was also in attendance. He said to CNN "the "One Nation" movement is not "the alternative to the Tea Party, we're the antidote to the Tea Party." CNN referred to the One Nation rally as being a gathering of "liberal activists". This backs up completely what I've been saying about the National Asscoiation for the Advancement of Liberal Colored People for almost 10 years now. The NAACP is nothing more then a liberal democratic shill organization. The NAACP's mission if I recall was suppose to be about fighting discrimination and racism in America. I thank Mr. Jealous for proving to many people that really their founding mission has long since ceased. The questions I would have loved to have asked Mr. Jealous in an interview would have been

1. Why are you singling out the Tea Party movement, when you said that the overall Tea Party movement isn't racist

2. Where you lying when you said that?

3. Why would you claim that the One Rally is the "antidote" to the Tea Party rallies, when you said that the Tea Party movement wasn't racist in nature?

4. How does the Tea Party movement presents a threat to blacks in America? If the answer is there is no threat, then why are you Mr. Jealous as the leader of the NAACP focusing on them from a racial perspective?

Good luck in waiting for CNN to ask Mr. Jealous those types of questions. These were some of the slogan banners liberal activists showed at the rally.

The Left is What's Right
Stop Racism Now
We March for Hope Not Hate
Proud to be a Democrat
Stand with Obama
Silence GOP Lies
No Cuts to Social Security
Axis of Ignorance - Tea Party, Republicans, Fox News."

If the left wasn't so dangerous, I would probably feel sorry for their vast depths of ignorance after laughing at them. That's was went on in loonyville.

20 Comments:

Blogger GenghisYawn said...

The Left is a vapid mass of yammering, shortsighted narcissists incapable of independent thought.

You know this.

But it is important to keep diversity of thought, in my opinion.

I've been drinking.

-Rob

4:58 AM  
Blogger Sojournerlove said...

Leftists are definitely everything GenghisYawn said but I would also add hypocritical and bigoted to that list as well. I wish these leftards would move to Europe and take their Marxist crap with them. I wish the Illegal Alien Sympathizers would join the illegals on their journey home. I find my contempt for the left to know no bounds. I hate how they claim to speak for me as a woman and a person of color. They need to shut up and go away!

2:48 PM  
Blogger Joe Conservative said...

Pure Astroturf... NO grassroots.

Must be over-fertilized fields.

7:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Diversity. It is intersting that diversity refers only to skin color. I say that because 90 some percent of black American are democrat. Where is the diversity of THOUGHT in Black America? Teach a man to fish and he will learn to support himself and not need you, poor you. Give a man a fish and make him dependent on you so you can have worth and strut about what a good person you are and how you "help" the poor man with government programs essentially enslaving them by not TEACHING them to FISH for themselves. What's the matter fishng you think too complicated for the poor man? Give them a break and teach them - set your dependents free.

12:11 AM  
Blogger TSVDP said...

Ed Schultz made a big deal that he was invited to this gathering, I only tune in Ed S. sometimes because he is on the TVs at the health club. His tv show seems less radical than his radio show was and other than the "psycho talk" part which is where he shows what someone from the right said as being outrageous his show is fairly tolerable. So I may be watching for his take on this today. Schultz down to his appearance seems to be the Left wing Rush. I'll have to do a web search to see what outrageous things Ed S. has said.

1:13 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

The answers to those questions are quite simple Tyrone. How about I give them a try?

1. Why are you singling out the Tea Party movement, when you said that the overall Tea Party movement isn't racist?.

I also believe that the "overall" Tea Party movement is not racist. However, it is a movement that has attracted racist elements.

2. Where you lying when you said that?.

No! The proof is in the putting! The Council of Conservative Citizens promotes Tea Party rallies and candidates.
Mark Williams, head of the Tea Party Express, penned a "satirical" openly racist letter to the NAACP. A survey by the University of Washington Institute for the Study of Ethnicity, Race & Sexuality found that members of the Tea Party are 25% more likely of being racially resentful that those who are not Tea Party supporters. In a poll conducted by the New York Times/CBS News survey found that white Tea Party supporters were more likely to believe that "the Obama administration favors blacks over whites" and that "too much has been made of the problems facing black people."

3. Why would you claim that the One Rally is the "antidote" to the Tea Party rallies, when you said that the Tea Party movement wasn't racist in nature?.

As I previously stated, the racist are a "fringe" group within the Tea Party. Also, in a country of opposing idea's, liberal views would be considered an antidote for conservative views. Just as you may consider conservative views an antidote for liberal views... does that make sense to you?

4. How does the Tea Party movement presents a threat to blacks in America? If the answer is there is no threat, then why are you Mr. Jealous as the leader of the NAACP focusing on them from a racial perspective?.

Because where ever racism rears it's ugly head it should be confronted. Glenn Beck claimed the president was a racist. Why, I have no idea. Yet he believed (at the time) he should let his thoughts be widely known. However, Ben Jealous (and I) have concrete proof of the racist elements within the Tea Party. Beck could on speak on what he thought. Turn out that even "HE" now believes he was wrong (as he back-peddled on his statement).

5:55 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

CB;"When the diversity is opposed to their ideology, then their blinders come on and they ignore the diversity they claim to champion or simply dismiss the diversity of race as mere "tokens" or "race traitors".

That's a real "ballsy" statement Tyrone...

Don't attempt to redefine the meaning of the term diversity. It is, what it is. In your essay, you yourself outlined the "diverse" groups that were in attendance. That fact shows that America is a diverse society, and that this rally projected that diversity.

It's not "America's" fault that the Tea Party is 95 to 99 percent White. That's just the way it is. Just as it's not America's fault that 95 to 99 percent of Blacks voted for Obama. It's called "freedom" and "free choice."

If you're a Black (or minority), and you've chosen to participate in a group or movement that's 90+ percent White, it's your choice. If the movement reflects your personal political and/or social beliefs, more power to you! Speak your mind...you're free.

But don't get bent out of shape because "SOME" or a "FEW" opposers attempt to label you as a "sell-out" or a "token." Such annimosity weakens your appearance and the manner in which you conduct yourself. Even to those within the party you've chosen will sense that you're being "petty" and weak. That make's it possible for "some" in your own group to begin to pity you.... perhaps unintentional, but virtually treating you as if you are a "token."

6:44 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

anon "Diversity. It is intersting that diversity refers only to skin color. I say that because 90 some percent of black American are democrat. Where is the diversity of THOUGHT in Black America? "

BINGO BINGO BINGO BINGO BINGO BINGO BINGO BINGO BINGO!!!!!!!!! THANK YOU!!! THANK YOU!!!

Joe Conservative "Pure Astroturf... NO grassroots.
Must be over-fertilized fields"

How can anything on the ground grow since liberals left so much garbage on it after their rally. Joe, notice how the Beck rally was about peace and faith. The socialist rally was all about anger and hate as usual, yet these are the people who say conservatives are the one who use "hate speech". lol

12:11 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

TSVDP "Ed Schultz made a big deal that he was invited to this gathering, I only tune in Ed S. sometimes because he is on the TVs at the health club. His tv show seems less radical than his radio show was and other than the "psycho talk" part which is where he shows what someone from the right said as being outrageous his show is fairly tolerable. So I may be watching for his take on this today. Schultz down to his appearance seems to be the Left wing Rush. I'll have to do a web search to see what outrageous things Ed S. has said."

The difference is that Ed Schultz never uses facts to back up his rhetoric. To be frank, I would rather tongue kiss Rosie Odonell then watch anything from Ed Schultz. Ed has used some of the most inflammatory , hate filled language of any commentator on television.

12:16 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

p allen "Don't attempt to redefine the meaning of the term diversity. It is, what it is. In your essay, you yourself outlined the "diverse" groups that were in attendance. That fact shows that America is a diverse society, and that this rally projected that diversity. "

Who's redefining the term allen? My thinking is this allen, liberals don't believe in "ideological" diversity. I was factual in what I said about liberals only acknowledging "racial diversity" in a positive sense" when those who are non white are LIBERALS. Tell me I'm wrong allen.

p allen "It's not "America's" fault that the Tea Party is 95 to 99 percent White. That's just the way it is. Just as it's not America's fault that 95 to 99 percent of Blacks voted for Obama. It's called "freedom" and "free choice."

Tell me allen, why don't white vote or think in a 90-95% monolithic pattern like blacks and other ethnic groups when it comes to politics? You call it freedom of choice, but I get attacked based on my race for exercising my "freedom of choice". This is what happens when the 90% think in a monolithic pattern, there is no freedom of choice. I was called an Uncle Tom yesterday in a political chat forum by a WHITE LIBERAL. Because most blacks have foolishly given away their political capital, now I have to deal with biogted liberals believing that I am some sort of outcast for daring to exercise my "freedom of choice" allen.

12:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i bet if your in a tea party rally
there is race nor color there americans.
we do have divrint back grounds
we have do have 1 thing in common
americans.
maby you go to the put this obama
support rally maby judged on color and race.

alberto

2:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stand your ground Tyrone. Whites have supported the NAACP since its inception and now it calls whites racist. Liberals are now progressives, which blacks know nothing of.Clintons are progressives or smooth Marxist. Commies are acheiving their dream and are using Islam and Marxism, which have the sane goal.

President says we have a collective salvation. Well as a Christian, the Bible says 'each one will render an account for himself to God". Romans 14:12.Wright should have taught the Bible instead of Karl Marx or
Communism.

4:47 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

anon "Diversity. It is intersting that diversity refers only to skin color. I say that because 90 some percent of black American are democrat. Where is the diversity of THOUGHT in Black America? ".

CB;BINGO!

Definition of DIVERSITY

1
: the condition of being diverse : variety; especially : the inclusion of diverse people (as people of different races or cultures) in a group or organization
.

Do you people know how to read? Better still, what's your idea of COMPREHENSION?

Diversity of THOUGHT? What does that have to do with the price of tea in China? The "thought" here is racial diversity, not thought diversity. If that's the case, where is the diversity of thought in the conservative movement? Should some conservatives support higher taxes? Should some support bigger government? Gay marriage? Abortion? As a so called "librul" I'm all for smaller government and less taxes, yet I support a woman's right to choose, and believe gays should be able to marry. So, am I a conservative? Don't cloud the subject with nonsense, this is about racial diversity.

How in the sam hill can BLACK AMERICANS as a people be racially diverse, when the scope and definition of being a BLACK AMERICAN is being a BLACK AMERICAN??? Oh...ohh, I get it. Some Black Americans are African American, some are Negro's, some are Colored People, some Black and the rest are Spades, Coons and Ni&&#r's.... huh? DUUUUHHH!

Racial diversity in a group or organization is simply that. Different races and/or cultures being involved in a common effort. Ninety percent of Blacks are involved in the Democratic party because ninety percent of blacks "CHOOSE" to be involved.

However, Blacks do not make up the entire Democratic Party. Latino's out number Blacks in this country now. It's been polled that 75 to 80 percent of them have or will vote Democratic. In the past election President Obama received a majority of the Jewish vote. And in case you haven't noticed, Whites are the MAJORITY in America and far outnumber Blacks in the Democratic Party. THAT'S DIVERSITY!

The fact is the Democratic party is far more RACIALLY DIVERSE than the Republican Party.

5:52 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

CB;"Tell me allen, why don't white vote or think in a 90-95% monolithic pattern like blacks and other ethnic groups when it comes to politics?.

Because Blacks are a MINORITY in this country. Minorities vote in "blocs" because that the way it is. Try explaining the 90+ percent monolithic pattern of Black, White, Jewish, Italian, Arab, Latino, Asian, etc.. neighborhoods. Why can't I get the best sushi in Little Italy or in a Harlem Soul food restaurant? Where can you get Matzo Balls in China Town?

Voting patterns are what they are, rather you like them or not. I believe that, for the most part, minority voters vote their interests.

6:07 PM  
Blogger GenghisYawn said...

where is the diversity of thought in the conservative movement? Should some conservatives support higher taxes? Should some support bigger government? Gay marriage? Abortion?

They do. I support gay marriage, and higher taxes for some. Like union heads; just to see what would happen.

You see, just because you think a whole group of people think one way, and share a whole mass of traits, doesn't mean they do.

8:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

90% of a race are one political party?sounds kinda cultic. Explain the lack of political diverstiy in Black America. 90% of all whites aren't in one party. There is diversity of thought among whites ergo multiple parties. Explain the group think within Black America.

1:57 AM  
Blogger TSVDP said...

AlphaConservativeMale: Curiously, I was watching some show and they said Armstrong Williams who is in your backyard I believe voted for Obama because he was a black man, straight up and compared it to the reasons Colin Powell did.

At the time of the election and with the propaganda of the media, yes, African Americans may have voted in that number, but this is almost 2 years later and in a few weeks we could witness one of the biggest turnovers in congress ever but what I hear the tea party people say is, "screw it if they are Republicans, who ever is elected needs to represent the people, get the house back in shape", yes the Republicans stand to gain but we saw a number of incumbent Republicans tossed out already such as in Delaware and Alaska.

There is a good chance 2010 would not be seeing those percentages in the 90s but as spoken of above, Republicans must shoulder some blame too.

I web browsed once and came upon this blog but really, this is respectfully the pulpit or soap box for Alpha Conservative Male and his Kin I guess is a good way to put it and they should speak their minds, it is for them. Maybe not me but having recently seen the fine Beltway, I had to say something. I really thought it was a nice place and somehow came upon this blog in a web search.

As to Ed Schultz, well, I didn't say I agreed with anything he said, it is Entertainment and most likely is not going to be something tawdry like watching Bill Maher. Under those circumstances, Beck is on one channel, I respect him enough but have never been able to really get on the same wavelength. See, there is so much to Beck, it is like a show that continues from one day to another and he has all these books and on and on. He's a bit hard to get a handle on if you just see a Beck show from time to time. I might watch Superman, he can fly, it is entertainment, I'm not going to be able to do the same.

P. Anthony Allen: I know we talk of what the percentages of Hispanics, etc. is in America. I will just say that about 2 months ago, I sent Alpha Conservative Male a post, told him not to publish it of a blog that talks about the problems in Mexico, the current news in Mexico. We ran into this quibble before but that blog reiterates that the situation there shows a state, country with things going on that were inconceivable in Mexico even a decade ago. I honestly think we do need to care that this does not enter in to the USA.

And I'll go back to mainly just watching this thread. I enjoy Tyrone's, Sojournerlove's, even P. Anthony Allen's post who like Schultz, I may not agree with but it is entertaining, by the way, man, pull yourself together, you are whining too much and in that vein, at times, I can listen to Hannity or the others, Schultz said today there are 450 conservative type radio commentators in the USA, most all surely presenting the Prez. in a negative tone and for that, yes, that is true but I've always had some moral misgivings about the whole situation on some things with the O.

Carry On!

12:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"To be frank, I would rather tongue kiss Rosie Odonell then watch anything from Ed Schultz."

Tyrone, you caused me to bust out laughing so hard at this. You are right on this issue and you are a funny guy.

<3

10:53 AM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

p allen "Diversity of THOUGHT? What does that have to do with the price of tea in China? The "thought" here is racial diversity, not thought diversity."

Grasp the simple concept as I present it too you allen. It's your liberal pals that can't stand it when non whites are on the same ideological page as liberals. Liberals only care about people of different races THINKING LIKE THEM. They believe that the role of non whites is the "be subservient to their views". It is no different then that of the borg collective.

p allen "If that's the case, where is the diversity of thought in the conservative movement? Should some conservatives support higher taxes? Should some support bigger government? Gay marriage? Abortion? As a so called "librul" . So, am I a conservative? Don't cloud the subject with nonsense, this is about racial diversity. "

Do you hear white conservatives ever calling black liberals, "house niggers", "uncle toms", "tokens", minstrels "? Funny, but that only seems to happen with liberals using those words in reference of blacks who are conservatives. Your the one who can't deal with the subject matter allen, because you don't have any way to dispute what I say as being wrong.

p allen "I'm all for smaller government and less taxes, yet I support a woman's right to choose, and believe gays should be able to marry"

There's the abortion talking point "I support chose". Allen, I wasn't born on the last drop of rain. You support the murder of unborn babies, don't try to white wash it. A liberal's definition of chose always seem to center around killing the unborn child. My definiton of "choice" as a conservative it to either (a) keep the child or (b) give it up for adoption. Wait a minute allen, aren't those "choices" I just presented"? I cut through liberal BS like a hot knife on butter. Oh you will never be a conservative. If you embrace social programs and then claim to support a smaller government, then your arguments contradict themselves, because you can't have social programs and a smaller government.

9:19 AM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

p allen "If you're a Black (or minority), and you've chosen to participate in a group or movement that's 90+ percent White, it's your choice. If the movement reflects your personal political and/or social beliefs, more power to you! Speak your mind...you're free. "

Put it's white and black liberals who don't believe I should be free allen, that's the problem. your side don't embrace my freedom. They believe that all blacks allen, that mean 100% of us should think a certain way, believe a certain way, and oh yes VOTE A CERTAIN WAY. I hear liberals tell me all the time that 90% of blacks vote Democrats, and I tell them if 90% of blacks walk off a bridge, should the other 10% follow? Liberals only see blacks an expected vote and nothing else. It isn't natural for 90% of any race to vote for one political party like clock work.

9:23 AM  

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