May 14, 2013

Former frequent target of government wrong-doing backs government wrong-doing

NAACP President Emeritus Julian Bond defended -- DEFENDED!! -- the IRS for targeting groups like the Tea Party because such groups are “admittedly racist.”

“I think it’s entirely legitimate to look at the tea party,” said Bond, whose group was audited by the IRS during the Bush administration. “I mean, here are a group of people who are admittedly racist, who are overtly political, who’ve tried as best they can to harm President Obama in every way they can. I don’t think there are correct parallels between these incidents. It was wrong for the IRS to behave in this heavy-handed manner. They didn’t explain it well before or now what they’re doing and why they’re doing it. But there are no parallels between these two.

"No parallels ...?" Wait -- did we hear about the IRS selectively targeting liberal groups during President Bush's terms? Does anyone seriously doubt we wouldn't have heard knowing our MSM as we do? As such, Bond is totally full of sh**. Even moreso when he says garbage like the T.P. being "admittedly racist" and that the Tea Party is the "Taliban wing of American politics."

That schtick is beyond old, dude. We have guys like you to "thank" for making the term "racist" virtually meaningless now.

Posted by Hube at May 14, 2013 05:42 PM | TrackBack

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The NAACP continues to prove they're a useless anachronism in today's day and age. If idiots like Bond didn't make stuff up about alleged "racism," they'd have to find real jobs.

Posted by: Carl at May 14, 2013 11:39 PM

All this requires is a little bit of forethought to game the system. Start your organization as "Progressives for Change" or "Won't Somebody Think Of The Children?" and then once you're greenlit change it to "Patriots Against Kenyan Muslim Marxists" or whatever.

Posted by: Duffy at May 15, 2013 08:52 AM

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