August 27, 2010

Can we expect the MSM to lecture him on "tolerance?"

From ABC News via The Corner:

The Rev. Walter Fauntroy, the non-voting delegate who represented the District of Columbia from 1971 to 1991, called on African-Americans to organize a “new coalition of conscience” to rebut the rally scheduled for Saturday at the Lincoln Memorial featuring Fox News pundit Glenn Beck and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.

“We are going to take on the barbarism of war, the decadence of racism, and the scourge of poverty, that the Ku Klux — I meant to say the Tea Party,” Fauntroy told a news conference today at the National Press Club. “You all forgive me, but I — you have to use them interchangeably.”

Fauntroy attempted to explain the comparison to white supremacists by saying that organizers behind the “Restoring Honor” rally are the same people who cut audio cables from a sound system the night before the historic March on Washington and the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech at the Lincoln Memorial.

“The same people who cut the cables on the night before the march, that we paid $66,000 for a sound system, they cut it,” Fauntroy said. “Now from Fox News and elsewhere, they are seeking to turn the world back.”

Will there be constant MSM sermons on the right to [Glenn Beck's] free speech, and how Fauntroy is a "bigot" and "intolerant?" Of course not. Yet dolts like the good reverend and the other elitist boneheads will keep up this disparaging garbage all the way until November -- when they'll get their collective asses kicked by folks like those in the Tea Party who've had it up to here with their every belief somehow being labeled as "bigoted," "intolerant" and "racist."

Posted by Hube at August 27, 2010 04:21 PM | TrackBack

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As i said at my place -- someone needs to give that clown a good b!tch-slapping over this one.

After all, he is a co-founder of an organization that refuses to admit white people -- the Congressional Black Caucus.

Posted by: Rhymes With Right at August 27, 2010 07:54 PM