Tea party groups battling perceptions of racism

As several states with active "tea party" groups prepare to hold important primary elections this month, the movement is struggling to overcome accusations of racism that are tinting perceptions of this loose network of conservatives. Full Story »

Posted by Barry Grossheim - via Digg, Google News (U.S.), Washington Post , Wil Kristin (t), Salvador Sala (t), Kaizar Campwala (f), David Wardell (f), JR Russ (f), Randy Benson (f)

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by Rebecca Holt - May. 6, 2010

What biased and unsupported drivel this article is. The only ones stating race is the writer's of this less than professionally written tosh. The Tea Party Movement is inspired and maintained in their mutual distaste not for a race but for an idea being forced upon the citizens the the United States. Their opposition is politically and not racially motivated. All true Americans regardless of color support the protesting of forced legislation that was written and approved by big business for big business i.e the Insurance Industry and their overseers the Big Banking Corporations and the non-Federal IRS. The combination of topics opposed by the tea party people cross the bounds of race, creed, color and religion so why use the 'race card'? The reasons is a simple one because it takes the eye off the actual subject being protested and stirs up long held divisions. Divide and conquer but perhaps the average American will see through this disinformation and see it for what it really is - lies. Every time some one opposes Barry's (Barry Soetoro - Obama's real name on his real birth certificate) ill conceived legislation they are labeled as such and it happens too often to be an accident. Peaceful protesting against democratic government is not just a right it is an obligation that all true citizens should uphold regardless of the color of their skin.

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