href="http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=7&ved=0CDcQFjAG&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.encyclopedia.com%2Fdoc%2F1P1-79488710.html&ei=vVY-TOHBLIK78gaHsI3VBA&usg=AFQjCNHvw_5BGwvYb4grpBjyCc-5Q6flNA"> First of all, just what in the Hell is Jealous talking about? I've never heard the Tea Party advocate for the return of the pre-civil rights era, nor have I seen signs calling for the "lynching" of Obama or Holder. This allegation, just like the "n-word" and spitting allegations on Capitol Hill on March 20th, are nothing but lies and slander being spread by Jealous. I did not hear Jealous, the Congressional Black Caucus or others respond to the letter written by Tea Party members asking to share any videos they had so that, if such a slur was used, they'd know who said it, in order to "isolate and condemn" the perp.
On the contrary, I did see signs, bumper stickers, etc., calling for the assassination, beheading and hanging of George W. Bush, as well as anti-Semitic messages and other extremism at Left-wing "anti-war" rallies. I don't remember the NAACP or the Democrat Party ever condemning that.
George W. Bush even spoke at the NAACP convention in 2000. What did he get from that act of goodwill? The civil wrongs organization funded commercials implicating Bush for the murder of James Byrd in Texas, which was committed by three inbred racists. It didn't matter that, while Bush was Governor of Texas, two of the three scum were executed for their barbarism, Bush rejected phony "hate crimes" laws which are only one sided.
The politicking of the NAACP did not end. Their hateful former leader, Julian Bond, compared Republicans to Nazis and repeatedly used the term "Taliban wing of the Republican Party" to smear conservatives.
In contrast to their condemnation of alleged but not proven "racism" from the Tea Party, the NAACP and Jealous took part in the revisionism of KKK Kleagle and segregationist Senator Robert "Sheets" Byrd, referring to him as a civil rights champion, even though he filibustered the 1964 act. Never mind also that, in 2001, Byrd spoke about "white niggers" in a TV interview. No condemnation was necessary from the NAACP, because since Byrd was a Democrat, all was forgiven.
But there's even a more dastardly reason for the phony resolution yesterday. Ann Althouse found it and Karl Rove spoke about it tonight with Bill O'Reilly.
Polls show that black Americans still overwhelmingly support the president with approval ratings of about 90 percent. But many in 2008 were considered Obama voters who don't regularly show up to vote. So the resolution is part of a strategy to motivate potential voters to come out and vote in November.
It's all about politics. This resolution was written using slanderous lies like the non-existent signs and phony "n-word" allegation in order to scare black voters to get out to the polls this November, as polls have shown republicans are more enthusiastic about voting in numbers not seen since 1994. The lawsuits against Arizona by the InJustice Department were meant to do the same with Hispanic voters.
To back that up, remember back in April when Obama and the DNC made a video appealing to "young people, African-Americans, Latinos, and women who powered our victory in 2008 [to] stand together once again."
The fact his wife spoke to the convention is no coincidence either. I believe this was an orchestrated strategy by the White House, the DNC and the NAACP, as well as their media allies, all for the sake of preserving the Democrat majority in November. It's no coincidence either that the entire language of the resolution was not released, but will be in October, right before the mid-Term election.
For that, I condemn and denounce Ben Jealous, the NAACP, the Obamas and the DNC, for their slander of the Tea Party by the worst type of allegation--racism, in an effort to run a fear campaign to cover for Obama & the Democrat's failed leadership. The NAACP is not only an organization which is outdated, they desperately need to have their "non-profit" tax exempt status revoked, if they're going to act as a political organization.