CNN: “Racial Undertones” At The Tea Parties?

September 13, 2009

CNN is still attacking Tea Party protesters, exploring just how racist they are:

CNNRacists by you.

They never learn.

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  2. Scott Alan on September 13, 2009 at 10:39 am

    Oh yeah, it was “radical”…Americans protesting the expansion of government is and will always be a “radical” concept to the likes of CNN. (And racist too…don’t forget racist.)

    Fortunately, alternative media has come along and swept this stupidity to the side. Godless Marxism can actually be called out and warned against where free speech still has a pulse, a la “Embrace the Marxist Rebellion Against God? YES! WE! CAN!” at

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  6. mcnorman on September 13, 2009 at 2:08 pm
  7. pjean on September 13, 2009 at 9:57 pm

    Support free-market= racist
    Support capitalism= racist
    Support fiscal responsibility= racist
    Support individual freedom= racist
    Support limited taxes= racist
    Support free will= racist

    And to top it all off, you can hold these beliefs and be a Republican, Libertarian, Democrat or Independent and you will STILL be called a racist. How warped is CNN and all the others who use race to divide a country? They like to call it tolerance, most would call it foolish.

    They’re turning up the volume on the race rhetoric because as we get a different message out there, they want to keep they loyal followers down, in the dark and dependent only on Progressives. They way they manipulate their followers is deceitful and karma will ultimately be a bitch.

  8. Daddy-O on September 14, 2009 at 12:28 am

    I don’t see any racial undertones at these tea parties. However, I do see some serious stupidity overtones coming from CNN.

    Tell me, are there ANY criticisms a person can make against Obama that ISN’T deemed racist by this lap-dog media?

  9. Lauren on September 14, 2009 at 12:58 am

    too bad there were black people at the tea parties…

  10. Sherrie on September 14, 2009 at 8:35 am

    I am neither radical nor racist – what I am – is an American Christian who is appalled at the direction this nation continues to take. We have been quiet far too long – we have been encouraged to believe we should not speak out against anything but accept whatever is presented to us in the name of peace and political correctness – here is what that has achieved. Just in my lifetime (I am 44) I can remember a time when this nation would NEVER had made demands like our Current administration is making of Israel. As every Christian knows, It is our duty to God to stand by his people, less we destroy ourselves by turning against them. I can remember when our Nation would NEVER have elected a person to office who Refused to honor our National Day of Prayer – then give a prayer to the Muslim religious holiday of Ramadan. When Homosexuality was Never spoken of openly and was always viewed as a sin. When there was Never a question of whether a marriage was other than between a man and a woman. When curse words were never heard on TV. When working hard to get ahead was a matter of pride and honor. When we did not sit down and take no responsibility in our own upkeep or safety. When it was not the Government’s responsibility to take us to safety, feed us, house us (for years after) when a hurricane came. (Note) Recently in Nashville, TN, the news reported about a family who had been provided a home here in Nashville following Hurricane Katrina. In two years not one of the occupants had obtained a job nor made a move to attempt to pay on the property they had been provided. The report seemed to condemn the authority that would be so heartless as to evict this family. I pray daily for our elected officials to turn back to God – but I do not stop there, I also pray for their total destruction if they do not. I urge all Christians and Believers to take part – Not just to pray – Give legs to your prayers and make yourself heard!

  11. rushmob56783 on September 14, 2009 at 3:13 pm

    I live in the ATL (that’s Atlanta if you don’t know new age slang). I attended a local tea party with 2,500 people, mostly caucasian this time around, which was hosted and keynoted by a local radio personality. Since people have to bring this up, yes he is black.

    He actually mentioned how he and the few African American’s in attendance are being ridiculed in their family circles for voicing any opposition to the big “O.” There is race in this debate, but race is what one side is using to pass their radical agenda.

    Here’s a hypothetical (fake/not real) example of what I’m saying: I’m white and I disagree with the new Obama health care policy (just a ridiculous hypothetical example so don’t miss report this) to cut off one of my arms. I get to choose the left or right arm. I oppose the idea of any of mine or anyone’s arms being cut off.
    MSM: discount that protest, he’s racist!


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