Race Baiter Keith Olbermann issued this agonized open letter to his antagonists:
"Ask yourself, when you next go to a Tea Party rally, or watch one on television or listen to a politician or a commentator praise these things or merely treat them as if it was just a coincidence that they are virtually segregated. Ask yourself: Where are the black faces? Who am I marching with? What are we afraid of? And if it really is only a President's policy and not his skin, ask yourself one final question: Why are you surrounded by the largest crowd you will ever again see in your life that consists of nothing but people who look exactly like you?"
Nathanial Alexander Stuart took a video camera to one of the hundreds of Tax Day rallies that were being held on April 15th, and asked some black protesters how they felt about Olbermann's comments.
I have been to Tea Party and 2nd Amendment events - and there ARE people from all walks of life in attendance,despite what the media wants to tell everyone.
I have heard Black Conservatives specifically come out and say that the Democrat Party is the party of slavery because Black people today are being kept dependent on government handouts - Dependency is not freedom!
The Democrat party thrives on Class warfare and it uses the ills of society merely to extract more money from the people with the excuse that is is to be used for the public good. It does the public no good to continue to rob them with higher taxes and to continue policies which create inflation and environments that are unfriendly to free enterprise.
The so-called "war on poverty" and "war on drugs" are complete failures because they do not address the real issues of substandard education, the breakdown of the family, and the destruction of religious and moral values, not only in the Black urban communities, but in many communities across the country.
People are kept in poverty largely in part because they are made to believe government will help them instead of being given the tools to enable self-sufficiency.
A government that taxes its people so that they can never accumulate their own wealth, and creates an atmosphere where people are encouraged to take a free ride on others, and that allows and enables people to become totally dependent on government, is a government that is morally and ethically corrupt.
Black Conservatives, as well as everyone else in the Liberty movement, know this full well, and they understand their rights as well as the government's boundaries as determined by the Constitution.
Racism in the Tea Party?
How about those Liberals, like Olbermann and the Barbara Boxers and Nancy Pelosis and even the Jesse Jacksons and the Al Sharptons of this country who would be out of a job if more people of color were allowed to do things for themselves, and not be made into sheep who require cradle to grave tending by a Nanny State. Those so-called "Champions of the poor" make a living by keeping people in poverty and dependency.