I traveled on the Tea Party Express tour bus as a singer/songwriter, entertainer and spokesperson; 16 states, 34 rallies in two weeks. I experienced vicious racial verbal attacks, not from the tea party protesters. The racial hate expressed against me all came from the left, people who support President Obama's radial socialist agenda.
Unfortunately, my deleted email box is littered with numerous messages expressing the following:
"You are the dumbest self hating f****** n***** I have ever seen!"
These racists are outraged by my opening lines I boldly proclaimed at each rally. "Hello my fellow patriots! I am NOT an African-American! I am Lloyd Marcus, AMERICAN!"
...As to the claim that the tea party protesters are racist, they are not. Quite the opposite. At every rally, with thousands in attendance, I was overwhelmingly showered with affection and thanks for standing up for America. At one rally, a sign read, "Lloyd Marcus for President". These protesters are not racist. They are decent hard working ordinary Americans who love their country and disapprove of the radical changes planned by the Obama administration. Race is not an issue with them. They have deep concerns for their country.
Disgustingly, Obama-ites (like Carter) use race to silence the protesters. They know it is an effective weapon to use against decent people. Ironically, the people the Obam-ites call racist are the same people who hate hyphenating. They want to be united as Americans.
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Notorious Anti-Semite ex-President Carter Calls Obama Critics "Racist"
That outrageous moron who is fast becoming America's second worst President (Obama looks like he's going to take the top spot), Jimmy Carter, has decreed from his self-righteous high horse that Joe Wilson and all of us who dare criticize "That One" are motivated by racism.
"I think it's based on racism," Carter said at a town hall held at his presidential center in Atlanta. "There is an inherent feeling among many in this country that an African-American should not be president."
Well, Mr. Carter, were you too busy defending Islamic terrorists named Hamas and bashing Israel to criticize the attack on patriot Kenneth Gladney in St. Louis, who was called a nigger and beaten by Obama's allies of SEIU outside a town hall meeting? Isn't that racism?
What about this story from Lloyd Marcus, a great patriotic singer who participated in the Tea Party Express across America? Where's your outrage at the racism he experienced, Mr. Carter?
Go back to pounding nails and lusting in your heart, Jimmy. We can do without lectures about race from a notorious anti-Semite like you.