Hmmmm. Are you going to call her a "racist," Keith?
If you believe there is merit to your political argument, fine. But 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.Ok Keith, let me educate you. Here's a photo I took at the Reston, VA Town Hall meeting last August 25th.
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'll ever again see in your life that consists of nothing but people who look exactly like you?
Ace also points out about Kenneth Gladney. You remember him Keith? He was a black man selling "Don't Tread On Me" flags when he was called a "nigger" and beaten up by SSEIU Obamacare supporting thugs. Here's the video below, which you probably missed because you were too busy trying another failed attempt to see if Viagra would actually work for you.
Oh, at the 912 Tea Party, one of the speakers was author and talk host Mason Weaver. Here's the cover of one of his books.Weaver also opened his speech with a memorable line.
This sign below was taken in the commissary of the network which employs Keith Olbermann, who is so quick to call opponents of Obama "racist."
So, if you REALLY want to see racism, just visit Keith Olbermann's employer.