Kentucky Tea Party Sells ‘Yup, I’m A Racist’ Fourth of July T-Shirts

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OH YEEHAW THA FORF OF JULY, time for the awful racist slobs of Lexington, Kentucky to put on their best “warding off the coloreds and the Muslins” finery in honor of Jesus, Hitler and Thomas Jefferson. Do you like seeing the hate-bomb that is puking all over the American flag, on this man’s t-shirt? Does it capture your patriotic spirit? He will sell you another, to wear to the parade!  This is how serious the birth control situation is in Kentucky, because broken condoms result in tragedies like this man, selling apparel to people who want to honor America’s founding dressed like hobo Klansmen. Were there even other tragic people interested in buying from him, or was his booth FOR SOME UNIMAGINABLE REASON labeled “Tea Party Fox News” on the front? SEE THE ANSWER after the jump:

Yes, the brown “INFIDEL” t-shirts read, “Everything I Need to Know About Islam I Learned on 9/11,” which is why they are calling themselves “infidels,” for irony.

So anyway the moral of the story is we are sorry for whoever lives in Lexington, Kentucky. [Thanks to Wonkette Operative "HolyCow!!"]

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279 comments

    1. Flitzy

      Sorry, rationalism has no place in American politics!

      We've got one that says "Yup, I make absurd and grandiose statements", though.

  1. Terry

    Well, look at it this way. It's good when people like him clearly label themselves for all to read. That way, the rest of us can steer clear.

        1. PristineODummy

          Er, yah, those folks look like they need a little sartorial something from Omar the Tentmaker. Do tee shirts come in sizes large enough to cover those lardy behinds?

    1. Sparky_McGruff

      Maybe we can convince them to tattoo it on their foreheads. The "right way", so they can read it in a mirror. That way we can give people like him the respect he deserves…

    2. Swampgas_Man

      Muh daddy once said, "God gave stupid people mouths [and t-shirts] so he wouldn't have to put bells and warning lights on 'em." Course, he was a Texan.

    3. DaRooster

      Steer clear my ass… although I have found that morons are far less affected by head-butts to the mouf than most folks… but it's still fun.

    4. Negropolis

      I don't know about steering clear. I'd like to let some octagenarian with cataracts loose on them in an old Lincoln careening 50 down a 35…

    5. Hagar7

      Glad to see FOX News has finally decided to stop beating around the bush and just own it.

      Actually, the only good thing about this was the thought that some group of PR flacks at Newscorp spent the Fourth of July "developing triage action items and talking points" and having Red Bull diarrhea after the picture of this very special sponsored booth at HateCon 2011 hit the net.

      1. Limeylizzie

        They will never be as good as the Wonkette's collective imagination, so let's go with that.

        1. prommie

          If you took all the girls I knew when I was single, and got 'em all together for one night, they would never match my sweet imagination. . . .

        2. Chet Kincaid

          Together, gentlemen….for pitch: hmm…

          AR-e-olas! AR-e-olas!
          Areolas! Areolas! Ar-E-O-las!
          For…the om-nipple-tent…Lizzie reigneth!
          (Areolas! Areolas!)

    1. SarahsBush

      I could just stand next to you pointing and yelling that at everyone who looks. I've always wanted a job as a confrontational T-shirt.

  2. baconzgood

    Un related to this post.

    I was at the Regatta/4th of July celebration with Superdude, Wormboy, and the lil' lady…There was some one sporting a racist Michigan Militia shirt there. I wanted to spit on them. WE LIVE IN PITTSBURGH!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ASS HOLE

    (this comment is 100% snark free)

    1. NorthStarSpanx

      Yep, look like their constituency. . .one chinless (nothing like a simple realignment won't fix) two fat asses and one no-ass.

    2. keepintime1592

      Yup, them be some hefty boots the babes be packin'. Law in most states requires, at minimum, that they staple on a couple of red warning flags.

  3. Limeylizzie

    OT but Ali Velshi (sp?) is reaming Santorum on his economics numbers/ideas/theories on CNN…he said " Senator, you are going to be doing a lot of interviews you may want to check your math" Wow, he said at the end "Senator, what you are saying is not true and you shouldn't use that as a campaign slogan'" Then said straight to camera" Just to be clear what he said is incorrect information".

        1. sezme

          Thanks for posting that; it made me quite happy. What Santorum said was just completely nonsensical any way you analyze it. One problem with his math was saying that 280 million jobs minus 240 million jobs is a loss of 30 million jobs. Another problem was Velshi's point that creating fewer jobs than originally estimated is in no way a loss of jobs. But the funniest problem with Santorum's statement was that with around 14 million unemployed in the whole country, creating 240 million jobs would be spectacular.

          Is there anything Santorum isn't incompetent at?

      1. Terry

        Going after Santorum is ok, since he doesn't have much support with, well, anyone.

        Fact checking Bachmann, however, is out of line.

        1. V572 [SSAN]

          No fair picking on girls! Particularly when you're an apparent space alien like Velshi.

    1. V572 [SSAN]

      When can we go up in the attic, bring down and dust off the useful verb "lie"?

      "Just to be clear what he said is incorrect information" is not an adequate replacement.

      1. HELisforHEL

        Thank you. I really wish the pussy press would retrieve their balls from Dick Cheney and use real words like 'Lie' when discussing 99.9999999999999% of the republican platform.

      2. tessiee

        "When can we go up in the attic, bring down and dust off the useful verb "lie"?"

        Apparently it's OK to yell it at the President.

    2. Negropolis

      'Bout damned time anchors and hosts stop letting politician get away with stating obviously false data on the television.

    3. sqeptiq

      Interesting. Usually when talking economic issues, Velshi comes off like Larry Kudlow Jr. Guess Santorum (pardon my language) is too much even for him.

  4. MissusBarry

    Might be the most intellectually honest thing ever put forth by this dude or any of his kkkompadres.

  5. Rosie_Scenario

    Any ideas on what might be printed on the back of that t-shirt? Besides "kick me?"

    1. Dudleydidwrong

      Two arrows, one pointing up and one pointing down, with the words "Which asshole are you talking about?"

    2. lou_sarah

      "I'm my own grandpaw?"

      ha ha ha, just kidding. We're into that kind of thing up north, also too.

    3. PristineODummy

      Insert dick here? With an arrow pointing down, just in case the readers are as impaired as the flaunter.

  6. ThundercatHo

    Speaking of birth control, his tighty whities should be labeled "Abnormal, do not use."

    1. MissusBarry

      (a) I'd give many upfists if I could.

      (b) People like this make me feel guilty about not breeding to at least do my part to offset the stupid. I apologize to wonkeratti, sane folks everywhere, and the jeebus for my aversion to kiddies.

      1. HELisforHEL

        Missus, I am with you. No lil' consumers here either.
        My brother and his heinous ex used to chide us re: not adding "good white intellectual stock" to the gene pool (they're mensan, rascist libertarian clowns) and what a surprise, they're progeny are Generally Average teens who will probably go through life being Generally Average, listening to scream metal or whatever it is, playing video games and buying crap. I only hope they will eventually shed the meanspirited, selfish, libertarian worldview their parents foisted on them. But don't feel guilty–be glad you didn't throw this shithole world onto the backs of some innocent lives.

      2. PristineODummy

        DON'T feel bad. Much better to have let one's gonads go past their "use by" date than to pop one and then find you can't stand it. It's not like you can return them. My recent conversations with childed friends (whose lovely children have all been replaced by hideous pod-teenagers with nasty attitudes, bad manners, and a penchant for screaming "I HATE YOU" in between asking for money and lying about what they did with it) indicate that NOT-breeding was very the right thing to do.

        1. MissusBarry

          Ok, actual guilt might be an exaggeration…more like should feel guilty. Regardless, never been a question. I'd be a horrible mother considering it's the last thing I've ever wanted to be. Thankfully, MisterBarry is on board, since I'd already taken irreversible avoidance measures before we were a couple (which I rambled on to him about in a hydrocodone induced haze the day of the procedure and, oddly enough, he claims it was the first time he thought about getting together). At this point, I think Wonkette knows my whole life story, which is fine because I don't rock racism shirts or trucknutz.

          1. PristineODummy

            Yeah, I get those little twinges everytime some lefty friend asks why I haven't spawned. Jeezus, why would I wanna inflict my parents' toxic parenting upon innocent children? I *should* feel guilty that I haven't tried for a sperm-and-egg-omelette because Rick Santorum made half a dozen? Yikes.

            I shall have to investigate the hydrocodone haze at closer quarters.

          2. tessiee

            "Yeah, I get those little twinges everytime some lefty friend asks why I haven't spawned."

            I used to tell people that I can't bear children.
            Those who didn't get the pun were mortified.

          3. PristineODummy

            Ahahahahaha!! ZOMG. That is both brilliant and cruel. May I? I will pay royalty in home-grown new potatoes.

    2. PristineODummy

      Not to pick a nit or nuthin', but I seriously doubt his tighties are anything close to whitie.

  7. hollywooddood

    I like it. What better way to identify themselves as the biggest losers in America?

  8. MrFizzy

    I'm just glad Kentucky exists – better they're all in one place. No, wait, I missed Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Arkansas…..oh forget it.

      1. V572 [SSAN]

        Rural anywhere, really, including CA and NY. They like it out there because it's not so, uh…urban. Plus more room in the yard for satellite dishes and dead pickup trucks.

        In rural Louisiana (and I guess elsewhere) there's a sort of redneck Target called "Tractor Supply." Their teevee ads use the tabline, "We've got what you need out here."

  9. lefty74

    It should read I'M A WORTHLESS PIECE OF SHIT NO GOOD ASSHOLE FUCKING RED NECK . And I get $3 every time some other worthless piece of shit no good fucking asshole red neck buys one of these.

  10. riverside68

    Korn fed and inbred!

    I guess he didn't get the memo from Fox and Tea Party about not ready to be seen together in public yet. (He was suppose to stay in the closet until after the 2012 election.)

    1. Terry

      To the best of my knowledge, Kentucky remained a part of the Union throughout the Civil War.

      1. BlueMonkeh

        Amazing. All the more reason. They missed their chance in the first round so they've been catching up ever since.

  11. Barrelhse

    The things you see when you don't have a flame-thrower.
    Although those grease fires can be hard to extinguish.

  12. Ohforcripessake

    I bet the only time he wears this garb(age) is when he's hawking his wares to other morans at Tea Party events.

    1. Dudleydidwrong

      Nah, he wears his T-shirt to bed. The wife/sister just loves it. Gets her all hotted up.

    2. PNUT

      You're right, he's too cowardly to wear it anywhere except when he's surrounded by the like minded.

  13. DaSandman

    The man is simply the product of Southern culture. Proving, once again, that his plantation owning ancestors did have intercourse with sheep.

  14. BaldarTFlagass

    I bet those t-shirts are Made In America, not by some poor 10-cents-a-day kid in Nicaragua or Bangladesh!!! Or maybe not.

    1. comrad_darkness

      Procured from UnFair Trade, where for a little extra per product you can be assured that the workers were starved every other day. Rand Paul also favors this supplier.

    2. PristineODummy

      Nah. The Marianas Islands. Because they're legally permitted to use the "Made in the USA" label, while actually hiring poor Chinese women whom they house in barracks and force abortions upon and pay less than shit to do the slave-work needed.

      Ain't it GREAT to be a part of this capitalist scumsucking machine? I'm SO proud!

    1. PristineODummy

      Wassamatter you, you can't speak teabaggese? That's "I R teh rascisct" to you, bucko, and don't you forget it.

    1. ChessieNefercat

      "I bet he has plenty of plus-sizes in stock."

      Or not, because don't forget, he's stupid.

      1. NorthStarSpanx

        This is where an X-rating is not sexxxy, unless it is, I don't know how some fetishes work.

    1. thedeathofirony

      To clarify, the video you linked to is from last year's event. Same ass waffles and same shirts though.

      The guy in the FUBU shirt, *woosh*.

    2. Dudleydidwrong

      I like the "I support Jesus Christ as savior" line. Will that be on the ballot in 2012? Who is he running with? Maybe the ticket will be Santorum/Jesus in 2012.

      These people have no sense of history, irony, or decency. When Lincoln said, "God must love the common people because he made so many of them" I don't think he would have included these shallow-end-of-the-gene-pool comic book cretins.

      1. HELisforHEL

        Confronted with these single-braincelled organisms, he probably would have shot himself in the head.

    3. GOPCrusher

      Sadly, yes. A Tea Bagger in my office likes to say "That's racist" after just about everything. From what I understand, because just about everything that comes out of their mouth is racist, they have decided to make it an ironic statement in the hopes that no one will pay attention when they are called out on it.

  15. Texan_Bulldog

    Ha ha…this guy thinks he's so funny. I've heard the 'if I don't like Obama, I must be a racist' line often and I always want to say, 'Well, duh!'

  16. Sue4466

    It's like the "don't use this blowdryer in the shower tag" in that it's pretty fucking obvious.

    1. BaldarTFlagass

      Or the "Remove Before Operating Vehicle" warning on automobile windshield sunshades.

    1. V572 [SSAN]

      Who doesn't love the "I'm sorry you're such an asshole" apology? It appears in so many wonderful variants.

    1. Dudleydidwrong

      Inventory:
      empty beer cans: check
      (full beer cans MUST be in the truck cab)
      broken cement blocks: check
      empty oil bottles: check
      partly full oil bottles: check
      half-full bottle of brake fluid: check
      dog: check
      bowl for water: missing
      wheels with no tires: check
      worn tires with no wheels: check
      wife/sister check but I can't see her right now…

      He qualifies

    2. BaldarTFlagass

      I was actually trying to visualize what the stickers on his bumper and tailgate were like, but I guess we've all seen it.

  17. OC_Surf_Serf

    Funny, 'cause most baggers don't need the Tees to identify themselves…they use the scooter, made-in-china mini flags, a lard belly, and missing front teeth.

  18. BaldarTFlagass

    It would be a great reality show to take this guy and his shirt and drop him off in East St Louis or on the MLK Boulevard of any major city and see what happens.

  19. KeepFnThatChicken

    I playfully call myself an infidel, being that I'm a non-believing, filthy atheist — but I'm just not an asshole about it.

  20. Goonemeritus

    I’m sure he thinks he is providing a vital service, prepackaging hate for the less creative.

    1. BaldarTFlagass

      Hey, every $15 shirt he sells is $15 less that his anencaphilic customer can send to a political candidate, so, yes, he is providing a vital service.

  21. donner_froh

    His face is scrunched up–he must be trying to think really hard about a question one of the people in front of him asked such as "Is this the Tea Party Fox News T-shirt booth?" or "Are we in Lexington, Kentucky?"

    Or maybe he just took a shit in his shorts.

  22. AssembledWrong

    Are they printed on AmerAppar T's? I feel like we should at least be supporting American made products with these.

  23. SorosBot

    I'm sure Spanky2 will be along shortly to either explain how this guy is obviously really a liberal, because liberals are the real racists, or claim that he's not a racist because mumblemumble and we're all playing the race card again.

    1. Reagan Still Dead

      Lemme just get this out of the way and save him the time: teleprompter, 57 states, wingnut-link-not-worth-clicking, Kenyan, Muslim, birf certificate, libtard/liblunatic…did I forget anything? Of course, 9/11!

      1. SorosBot

        Well there's also his racist names for the Obama girls "Malaria and Shariah", calling "Mooschele" fat, "Obummer", calling anyone to the left of Franco a communist…

      2. lumpenprole

        Non communist politicians.
        That one throws me off midsentence, everytime. Not sure that I've ever seen those words in that order before.

  24. neiltheblaze

    Good – at least he comes right out and says it. This way one can read the tee and then ignore everything he says and thinks. Convenient.

  25. ttommyunger

    This is just sad. On the other hand, it does make me feel a little better about living in Georgia, so; I've got that going for me, which is nice.

    1. BaldarTFlagass

      I'm sure franchises are available in the red-clay state. Coming soon to a flea market or gun show near you!

      1. ttommyunger

        You know, Baldar, I'm pretty sure there are seven shitloads of the same kind of booths already operating in the Sovereign State of Dumbfuckistan, where I reside, and thank you for bringing it up.

    2. prommie

      That and the total consciousness thing, on your deathbed. A little something, you know, for the effort.

    3. PristineODummy

      Is it OK to ask why an apparently nice, intelligent human fucking being like yourself is in that woebegone state? Or am I likely to get my ass shot off as a result?

      1. ttommyunger

        I love the weather, four distinct seasons, none of which are exceptionally severe. I am not a social person, nor am I active in my community, so the only peeps I interact with are the gymrats I spend seven or eight hours a week with. KnuckleUp is a place that emphasizes Martial Arts, weight lifting and aerobic work. Most of the members are not local products. Check it out on FB (ttommyunger). I am a Missouri boy, HS in SF Bay (Marin County), I have no interest in returning to either of those locals. Been here since the Gov't moved me here in '71. If I leave here it will be to live on the road.

    4. tessiee

      "feel a little better about living in Georgia"

      Which Georgia? The totalitarian backwater or the one in Russia?

  26. Urban_Achiever

    For a split-second I thought the T-short guy was George 'Macaca' Allen, until I realized that he wasn't holding a football.

  27. FakaktaSouth

    JEsus FUcking CHRIst. WHO GIVES A SHIT WHAT THIS COCKSUCKER IS? Why is the teabagger nation a haven for identity grasping, identify your feelings, coddle me in my uniqueness cause I am so god damned special, NOTICE ME fucktards? LOOK AT ME LOOK AT ME LOOK AT ME. Ugh. Whatever.

  28. EBGrey

    What does it say that klansmen at least felt the need to conceal their identities with hoods, whereas this cracker openly announces his love for racism…and Fox News.

  29. Reagan Still Dead

    It's one thing to see politicians or Faux exploiting the ignorant, but it takes it to a whole 'nother level of disgusting when there are 'entrepreneurs' who are comfortable openly plying their un-American, un-patriotic, un-christian trade. Usually under the guise of those very things. Ayn Rand must be taking a shit on George Orwell in his grave.

    1. PristineODummy

      When speaking to yoicks of this fine fellow's ilk, I have been surprised to find that they're only in it for the money. They usually have a bunch of "I H8 Fox" and "Republicans SUX" tees in the boxes they left at home which they'll gladly sell to any hippie willing to shell out the bux. Seriously. Frank Zappa was right. This country will collapse because it's filled with greedy bastards who will happily sell it, and their grandmother, down the river to make a single extra penny.

  30. jaytingle

    I would say that they sold an equal number of "I'm WIth Stupid" shirts, but who would want to associate with these people?

  31. Mothergooch

    Why is there always a guy in a red baseball cap? I'm looking at YOU, Fred Durst!

    1. Guppy06

      I'm personally amazed he's actually celebrating on the 148th anniversary of the twin losses of Gettysburg and Vicksburg. Isn't July 4 supposed to be an official day of mourning around those parts?

  32. Barrelhse

    Apparently Fox "News" is ok with this, as they have their corporate logo plastered everywhere.
    I'm hoping the phone hacking scandal in the UK will help to bring down Murdoch.

    1. Limeylizzie

      No shit, isn't the latest just astonishing? They hacked the voice mail of an abducted teenager and kept checking it and then deleted some of the messages and her parents thought she was still alive and was doing the deleting herself, she was in fact dead.

      1. Barrelhse

        Lizzie- when I saw that story it was the last straw. If the populace won't boycott this idiot they should have their wells poisoned.

        1. MaxNeanderthal

          Keep up guys, they've done it not once but twice, two little girls murdered by the school janitor. Trouble is that cunt Cameron is Murdoch's butt-bitch, so nowt will come of it…

          1. PristineODummy

            Is he really? Well, fuck me blind, I didn't think things could be worse with Tony the lapdog gone.

    2. GOPCrusher

      What I don't understand is why this guy would put Tea Party and Fox News on the same sign?
      Have they stopped claiming that they are a grassroots movement and are finally affirming that they are a wholly owned subsidiary of Fox News, Dick Armey, and the Koch Brothers?

  33. weejee

    Sweet baby Jeeves, looks like the butler missed something this morning at the Wonkette. However, it appears to be something that should go to the hazmat site not the landfill. The help should wear rubber gloves & all when tossing it out.

  34. ManchuCandidate

    What's funny was this T-shirt was meant as an attempt to defuse liebrul accusations that they're racist assholes. Surrounding one's self with other racist T-shirts kinda destroys that.

    Good work, dumbass.

    1. Guppy06

      The only way a teabagger could "introduce balance" is by sitting closer to the middle of the seesaw.

      And even then, its workings will be as mysterious to them as the tides.

    1. thedeathofirony

      Once again, that's from 2010. Same douche-canoes, same shirts.

      I wonder if they bought in bulk and couldn't sell enough last year.

    2. Barrelhse

      Wait- you mean even MORE background than is provided by these "two" ladies in the pic?

  35. ThundercatHo

    Other selections at his booth:

    "My Mom and Uncle/Dad went to the Creation Museum and all I got was this lousy T-shirt"
    "Southern Fried Head Stomper"

    1. FNMA

      "My Mom and Uncle/Dad went to the Creation Museum and all I got was this lousy sixth toe and prehensile tail."

    1. ThundercatHo

      How may we direct the talents of Anonymous to this site? There should be like a bat signal or something.

  36. OneYieldRegular

    I think somebody thought that the person depicted on the old "Sure, I'm a Marxist!" t-shirt was actually Karl Marx.

  37. mumbly_joe

    In their defense (ugh I feel dirty), if there is anything more American than being stupid, racist, and proud, I haven't thought of it yet. So, in a sense, blazoning that shirt with the stars and stripes makes perfect sense.

  38. prommie

    While he is demonstrating his 100% All-American-ness by misusing other people's trademarks and logos, why didn't he throw in McDonalds, Coke, and Nike, just for fun? Dollars to Donuts he's a "libertarian" too.

  39. BklynIlluminati

    Wait Herman Cain keeps telling me that this is so not true. I mean if you can't trust your pizza guy to be a non-lying uncle Tom who can you trust?

  40. a_pink_poodle

    Tea Party and Fox News sign? I dunno. While I admit I love a good ribbing at Fox News and the Tea Party, it seems like a set up job. If it was just the Tea Party, it wouldn't look suspicious but that Fox News tag on the bottom makes me wonder.

    Either that or the guy's trying to cash in on the zealotry, which might be the case.

  41. Ramon X

    I don't think this means what you think it means. I was in Kentucky once and I think this is some kind of NASCAR thing. I think brother man is saying that he is a fan of automobile races.

    Really, we mustn't be so quick to judge. I drove through Alabama last year with my Maine license plates and several friendly motorists saluted me with one extended finger. I understand they were saying that in their view, Maine is number one! We have to allow for some cultural differences, people.

    1. proudgrampa

      I'm with you, philp. I keep trying to be optimistic, but stuff like this just keeps dragging me down.

    1. FNMA

      I you want Kentuckians to understand, you really have to use smaller words. I mean, really, they believe a "sarcasm" is something that happens to a woman in the throes of wine-cooler abetted sexy time.

  42. larrymcawful

    What's the big deal? It already says "Yep, I'm a racist" on all Kentucky license plates.

  43. DaRooster

    So the "Infidel" shirts say- “Everything I Need to Know About Islam I Learned on 9/11,”

    But is that also when you learned about the Bush's close knit friendship with the Bin Laden crew, how they were all secretly allowed to leave our country even though no planes were supposed to be in the air and that the Bush's knew it was coming?

    'Cuz that's what I had learned soon after…

  44. Left_Leftie

    I'm also guessing by this picture that the average weight in Kentucky is fat and the preferred look is "ill-fitting"

  45. HolyCow!!

    The Tea Party movement isn't limited to Kentucky nor is racism. The good news is that the few people who visited the Tea Party booth in Lexington weren't friendly to the idiots running it. Unfortunately, I couldn't get a picture or video of the group shouting them down that had just left before these people strolled up.

  46. Negropolis

    The snark, it forever eludes these folks, no? For the life of them, they can never get it right, poor things.

    BTW, Lexington is like the Cambridge of Kentucky, a very educated, upscale city. Hell, they even have a gay mayor. But, at the end of the day…it's still in Kentucky, and you can only keep the nuts so far from the city walls.

  47. zhubajie

    I figure that open racists are less dangerous that the "I'm not a racist, BUT…" types.

  48. zappadoo76

    I'm a racist, too. And so is everyone on this site. At least that Tea-tard has the balls to admit it.

  49. MarieDevine

    There will always be ignorant people around; and there will be campaign strategy using covert actions and setting up photo opportunities that seem to paint the other party as racists to try to hold onto their voters.

    RACISTS are those who REFUSE to see facts on Socialist connections and policies or the hiding of basic identity records by the president only BECAUSE he is black or promises them free money with entitlements. That is the reason we do not see many blacks at Tea Party rallies. THAT must change or we will all be enslaved to lifelong employment to pay government and union payrolls and insurance premiums. This is not freedom. Divine-Way.com gives facts so people can make wise decisions, not regurgitated lies.

  50. PNUT

    We should commend them for finally being honest with themselves, the rest of us already knew.

  51. fitley

    I'm glad they are identifying themselves. This will give me a chance to test how far I can urinate.

  52. BaldarTFlagass

    They're branching out. I think they are now against abortion and same-sex marriage too. Since thinking can be taxing, they are taxed enough already, dammit!

  53. BaldarTFlagass

    Hey H-Cat, if I'd knowed you were around I would have thrown in a "Fifth Ward" reference just to give you that home-cooked flavor.

  54. PristineODummy

    You know, Rupert's Dad was a fine man, a journalist who really believed in what he was doing. I don't know how he raised such a worthless little shit, but the old man must be doing cartwheels in his grave.

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