The Tea Party is a true “grassroots” American conservative movement born out of the frustration of the citizens of America with an ever growing, leftist, socialist/marxist/progressive-leaning government which has grown ever more non-responsive to the wishes and desires of its constituents – and -- has shown a penchant for passing laws the majority of its citizens do not want – ie – ObamaCare.
"We take no issue with the Tea Party. We believe in freedom of assembly and people raising their voices in a democracy," Ben Jealous, president and CEO of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, said in a statement:
Speaking to the Cable News Network (CNN) Mark Williams, national spokesman of the Tea Party Express said the following: "I am disinclined to take lectures on racial sensitivity from a group that insists on calling black people, 'Colored,' “ Mr. Williams went on to say: "The Tea Party [movement] is about the constitution of this country...[and] ensuring equality for each and every individual human being." (SOURCE)
If one did not know it, one would think an election approaches -- an election in which the NAACP’s favorite political party stands to lose and lose BIG!
For months we have warned that conservatives cannot take for granted, at any level, that a huge win in November is assured. We warned, repeatedly, the Democratic Party/socialists would have their minions going to the polls in waves to dilute the conservative vote and, as a result, secure the reins of power for the Democratic Party, which, nowadays, is, itself, a socialist party. WE have just seen the overt beginnings of that wave of democratic/socialist voters.
In the weeks leading up to the November vote, we will see more and more such gestures designed to inflame the democratic/socialist masses in America. They are frightened witless that the Obama Regime may be successfully boxed-in and rendered impotent by conservatives in the Mid-Term Election.
They have good reason to fear because the conservative movement in America rightly understands that is their only option at this point. If the conservatives can take away just one of the Houses of Congress from the power hungry grasp of the democrats they can leave the Obama Regime, more or less, powerless so far as the passage of more of their socialist agenda.
Even if conservatives are successful in limiting Obama’s legislative power in November, his use of Presidential Executive Orders is still open to him and, as he has shown so far in his regime, we WILL use it.
If, as many Americans believe F.D.R was an American dictator, them Obama is surely a demigod.
Unfortunately, a spawn of a thuggish Chicago political machine, with an obvious narcissistic ailment, holding the reins of power in a country filled with a population as stubborn, willful, energetic, and still in love with freedom, should have never happened. But it did. It is an anomaly, to say the least. To say it is a dangerous anomaly may, in fact, be an understatement.
When Americans sense a risk to their freedom, they tend to rise up and crush that which dares offer the threat. They prefer to do so at the polling places with the ballot. Sterner measures are reserved, nevertheless, for those threats mere ballots cannot erase.
Not since the Lincoln Administration has America experienced a government as out of control as the Obama Regime. Americans north, south, east, and west have had enough. As a result, the Tea Party was born. Americans have banded together to resist what they rightly discern as a threat to their freedom.
The Tea Party Movement is not about race – Obama’s race, or anyone else’s race. It is about freedom and the continued existence of our constitutional republic. It is Americans resisting what they perceive as the threat of tyranny. America was born as the result of resistance to tyranny. It has survived nearly 2-1/2 centuries resisting tyranny, and, god willing, it will continue to survive as long as Americans, like those in the Tea Party movement, take a stand and say “enough” whenever they perceive a threat to the freedom and liberty of the people of the United States of America.
J. D. Longstreet