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NRSC wants my money so they can support "proud conservative candidates".In case you're wondering, the answer is yes: The NRSC is indeed the same establishment group that spent 0,000 turning out Democrats to pick the Republican nominee in Mississippi earlier this week by, among other things, labeling the actual conservative candidate and his supporters as racists.Glenn Beck's very public psychological disintegration is reaching new levels.
GOP consultant: Tea party complaints 'racist and stupid'. Jealous said the nation should count itself "blessed" to have such an honest attorney general and blamed the tea party for the racial antipathy directed at White House officials.
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"We've got some unfinished business on the agenda, with some folks doing everything they can to get that black man out of their White House." Grayson Defends Burning-Cross Image. Alan Grayson (D-Fla.), a liberal firebrand known for his controversial comments, compared the Tea Party to the Ku Klux Klan in an email to supporters that features a photo of a burning cross. As liberals obsess over the name of a football team, they ignore hate speech spewing from their own ranks over Americans' exercise of constitutional rights. The hoopla began with a Rangel slam against the Tea Party: "It is the same group we faced in the South with those white crackers and the dogs and the police," the Harlem congressman told Politico.
Representative Alan Grayson (D., Fla.) is standing by his campaign's use of a burning cross in a fundraising e-mail to illustrate a comparision between the Tea Party and the Klu Klux Klan. Representative Puts Burning Cross in Fundraising Email. "They didn't care about how they looked." In other words, the Tea Partiers are the heirs of Bull Connor and the segregationists. Civil rights icon Julian Bond defended the IRS for targeting tea party groups, on Tuesday, labeling them "the Taliban wing of American politics." "I think it's entirely legitimate to look at the tea party," Bond said on MSNBC.