Cute: Burning Cross Used In Spelling Tea Party

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    Oct 22, 2013 9:21 PM GMT
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    Unfortunately, this came from the party that race baits and has an interest in racial scare tactics: The Democrats

    Democratic congressman Alan Grayson of Florida used an image of a burning cross to spell "Tea Party" in a recent fundraising email.

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/dem-rep-uses-burning-cross-spell-tea-party_764510.html
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    Oct 22, 2013 10:04 PM GMT
    Sone saidUnfortunately, this came from the party that race baits and has an interest in racial scare tactics: The Democrats

    Race Baits
    Welp at least they care about that race even if its to bait them. Its way better than that "I have a black friend" charade that the right does, but then again you would know that from all the black socks you've created.

    Interest in racial scare tactics
    Pot meet kettle. What has any conservative site or organization said that wasn't involved in any racial scare tactics against blacks, latinos or democrats?


    Preying on the fears and emotions of people is a terrible way to obtain votes. In my opinion.

    As for your other statement, you probably wish to amend it, as it currently reads that any conservative site or conservative organization out there (take your pick, any of them, meaning all of them) use racial scare tactics against blacks, latinos and Democrats (though maybe not against all 3 groups at once). A rather sweeping and incorrect statement.
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    Oct 22, 2013 10:29 PM GMT
    Aristoshark saidWell, what's inaccurate about it? The Tea Party is simply the Ku Klux Klan reconstituted. I thoroughly approve of the forthright Rep. Grayson for pointing it out.


    Not remotely true in my experience. I (of course) know many who consider themselves part of the Tea Party and I don't see nor hear that ... at least here in the northern Midwest. Might be different elsewhere, but that's not been my experience.
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    freedomisntfree said
    Aristoshark saidWell, what's inaccurate about it? The Tea Party is simply the Ku Klux Klan reconstituted. I thoroughly approve of the forthright Rep. Grayson for pointing it out.


    Not remotely true in my experience. I (of course) know many who consider themselves part of the Tea Party and I don't see nor hear that ... at least here in the northern Midwest. Might be different elsewhere, but that's not been my experience.

    You are correct, let me rephrase it. The Tea Party encompasses the old KKK. There are Tea Party members who do not share that particular ideology.


    But then again, this is from my experience at a big giant bunch of collector car events/activity and a little NRA activity. We do have a token democrat and we rib him a little bit, but nothing too serious. Lots of tea partiers aside from just me.

    We don't even talk about all that much as our discussion used to be gettin' drunk, gettin' laid and drag racing and now it's morphed to the best in walkers and canes, can't see to get home at night, prostate problems and meds.

    But none of the virulent activity/speech that we see right here on RJ.

    Fom our little local hangouts

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    to our big events

    photo 36ceaabb-ac4f-4021-8b04-88e4fdcf47bf.jpg

    However, individual results may vary.
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    Oct 22, 2013 11:54 PM GMT
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    Aristoshark saidWell, what's inaccurate about it? The Tea Party is simply the Ku Klux Klan reconstituted. I thoroughly approve of the forthright Rep. Grayson for pointing it out.


    Not remotely true in my experience. I (of course) know many who consider themselves part of the Tea Party and I don't see nor hear that ... at least here in the northern Midwest. Might be different elsewhere, but that's not been my experience.

    You are correct, let me rephrase it. The Tea Party encompasses the old KKK. There are Tea Party members who do not share that particular ideology.


    And the Democrat who posted this horrendous photo in his fundraising email gets a pass from the libs.
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    Oct 23, 2013 1:23 AM GMT
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    Unfortunately, this came from the party that race baits and has an interest in racial scare tactics: The Democrats

    Democratic congressman Alan Grayson of Florida used an image of a burning cross to spell "Tea Party" in a recent fundraising email.

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/dem-rep-uses-burning-cross-spell-tea-party_764510.html



    well, they are joining forces with the best hate group out there, I guess the lesson here is be careful with the company you keep, if the tea said no to Tony Perkins and the Values Summit, maybe they would be believable

    The American Family Association and the KKK
    http://www.patheos.com/blogs/unfundamentalistchristians/2013/10/the-american-family-association-and-the-kkk/
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    Despite recent gains made for LGBT equality, including the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 2013 ruling that struck down as unconstitutional parts of the Defense of Marriage Act, the FRC has continued its anti-gay crusade, including continued opposition to the proposed Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA). According to Perkins, President Obama is working with the “totalitarian homosexual lobby” to sneak ENDA into law and should that happen, freedom of religion will be “destroyed.” Perkins also has worked to keep America safe from Betty Crocker. In September 2013, he called for a boycott of the iconic brand because General Mills, which produces it, donated custom cakes to three LGBT Minnesota couples who were married after the state legalized same-sex marriage a month earlier.
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    Oct 23, 2013 1:59 AM GMT
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    MisterOrally saidproxy.preview.jpg

    Unfortunately, this came from the party that race baits and has an interest in racial scare tactics: The Democrats

    Democratic congressman Alan Grayson of Florida used an image of a burning cross to spell "Tea Party" in a recent fundraising email.

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/dem-rep-uses-burning-cross-spell-tea-party_764510.html



    well, they are joining forces with the best hate group out there, I guess the lesson here is be careful with the company you keep, if the tea said no to Tony Perkins and the Values Summit, maybe they would be believable

    The American Family Association and the KKK
    http://www.patheos.com/blogs/unfundamentalistchristians/2013/10/the-american-family-association-and-the-kkk/
    Tony-Perkins-FRC-KKK1.png

    Despite recent gains made for LGBT equality, including the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 2013 ruling that struck down as unconstitutional parts of the Defense of Marriage Act, the FRC has continued its anti-gay crusade, including continued opposition to the proposed Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA). According to Perkins, President Obama is working with the “totalitarian homosexual lobby” to sneak ENDA into law and should that happen, freedom of religion will be “destroyed.” Perkins also has worked to keep America safe from Betty Crocker. In September 2013, he called for a boycott of the iconic brand because General Mills, which produces it, donated custom cakes to three LGBT Minnesota couples who were married after the state legalized same-sex marriage a month earlier.



    Wow - libs embracing the use of a burning cross, equating the Tea Party to the KKK. I am somewhat surprised, I thought this would have clearly been a case where the RJ libs would have said that the fundraising piece using the burning cross was over the line. But no, it's A-OK with them. Unbelievable.
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    Oct 23, 2013 2:11 AM GMT
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    Aristoshark saidWell, what's inaccurate about it? The Tea Party is simply the Ku Klux Klan reconstituted. I thoroughly approve of the forthright Rep. Grayson for pointing it out.


    Not remotely true in my experience. I (of course) know many who consider themselves part of the Tea Party and I don't see nor hear that ... at least here in the northern Midwest. Might be different elsewhere, but that's not been my experience.

    You are correct, let me rephrase it. The Tea Party encompasses the old KKK. There are Tea Party members who do not share that particular ideology.


    Do you mean the kkk that Sen. Robert Byrd was a leader in??
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    Oct 23, 2013 2:21 AM GMT
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    Unfortunately, this came from the party that race baits and has an interest in racial scare tactics: The Democrats

    Democratic congressman Alan Grayson of Florida used an image of a burning cross to spell "Tea Party" in a recent fundraising email.

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/dem-rep-uses-burning-cross-spell-tea-party_764510.html



    well, they are joining forces with the best hate group out there, I guess the lesson here is be careful with the company you keep, if the tea said no to Tony Perkins and the Values Summit, maybe they would be believable

    The American Family Association and the KKK
    http://www.patheos.com/blogs/unfundamentalistchristians/2013/10/the-american-family-association-and-the-kkk/
    Tony-Perkins-FRC-KKK1.png

    Despite recent gains made for LGBT equality, including the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 2013 ruling that struck down as unconstitutional parts of the Defense of Marriage Act, the FRC has continued its anti-gay crusade, including continued opposition to the proposed Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA). According to Perkins, President Obama is working with the “totalitarian homosexual lobby” to sneak ENDA into law and should that happen, freedom of religion will be “destroyed.” Perkins also has worked to keep America safe from Betty Crocker. In September 2013, he called for a boycott of the iconic brand because General Mills, which produces it, donated custom cakes to three LGBT Minnesota couples who were married after the state legalized same-sex marriage a month earlier.



    Wow - libs embracing the use of a burning cross, equating the Tea Party to the KKK. I am somewhat surprised, I thought this would have clearly been a case where the RJ libs would have said that the fundraising piece using the burning cross was over the line. But no, it's A-OK with them. Unbelievable.



    questions for you:

    1)are you gay or gay activist?
    2)what is your political and religious affiliation?
    3)are you not gay? if so why do you troll a gay website?
    4)if you are gay and a republican, what is your priority, your party or your lifestyle and causes?
    5)if you are not gay and a republican, why do you troll a gay website?
    6)what part of the country would a gay libertarian come from?
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    Oct 23, 2013 4:31 AM GMT
    scruffLA said
    MisterOrally said
    scruffLA said
    MisterOrally saidproxy.preview.jpg

    Unfortunately, this came from the party that race baits and has an interest in racial scare tactics: The Democrats

    Democratic congressman Alan Grayson of Florida used an image of a burning cross to spell "Tea Party" in a recent fundraising email.

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/dem-rep-uses-burning-cross-spell-tea-party_764510.html



    well, they are joining forces with the best hate group out there, I guess the lesson here is be careful with the company you keep, if the tea said no to Tony Perkins and the Values Summit, maybe they would be believable

    The American Family Association and the KKK
    http://www.patheos.com/blogs/unfundamentalistchristians/2013/10/the-american-family-association-and-the-kkk/
    Tony-Perkins-FRC-KKK1.png

    Despite recent gains made for LGBT equality, including the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 2013 ruling that struck down as unconstitutional parts of the Defense of Marriage Act, the FRC has continued its anti-gay crusade, including continued opposition to the proposed Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA). According to Perkins, President Obama is working with the “totalitarian homosexual lobby” to sneak ENDA into law and should that happen, freedom of religion will be “destroyed.” Perkins also has worked to keep America safe from Betty Crocker. In September 2013, he called for a boycott of the iconic brand because General Mills, which produces it, donated custom cakes to three LGBT Minnesota couples who were married after the state legalized same-sex marriage a month earlier.



    Wow - libs embracing the use of a burning cross, equating the Tea Party to the KKK. I am somewhat surprised, I thought this would have clearly been a case where the RJ libs would have said that the fundraising piece using the burning cross was over the line. But no, it's A-OK with them. Unbelievable.



    questions for you:

    1)are you gay or gay activist?
    2)what is your political and religious affiliation?
    3)are you not gay? if so why do you troll a gay website?
    4)if you are gay and a republican, what is your priority, your party or your lifestyle and causes?
    5)if you are not gay and a republican, why do you troll a gay website?
    6)what part of the country would a gay libertarian come from?


    Answer: Libertarian gays exist all around you. And I live in West hollywood.

    As in Palm Springs as well.

    When you are elected queen of all gays then maybe you can do a census.
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    Oct 23, 2013 10:36 AM GMT
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    Aristoshark said
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    Aristoshark saidWell, what's inaccurate about it? The Tea Party is simply the Ku Klux Klan reconstituted. I thoroughly approve of the forthright Rep. Grayson for pointing it out.


    Not remotely true in my experience. I (of course) know many who consider themselves part of the Tea Party and I don't see nor hear that ... at least here in the northern Midwest. Might be different elsewhere, but that's not been my experience.

    You are correct, let me rephrase it. The Tea Party encompasses the old KKK. There are Tea Party members who do not share that particular ideology.


    But then again, this is from my experience at a big giant bunch of collector car events/activity and a little NRA activity. We do have a token democrat and we rib him a little bit, but nothing too serious. Lots of tea partiers aside from just me.

    We don't even talk about all that much as our discussion used to be gettin' drunk, gettin' laid and drag racing and now it's morphed to the best in walkers and canes, can't see to get home at night, prostate problems and meds.

    But none of the virulent activity/speech that we see right here on RJ.

    Fom our little local hangouts

    photo DSCN1400.jpg

    to our big events

    photo 36ceaabb-ac4f-4021-8b04-88e4fdcf47bf.jpg

    However, individual results may vary.


    I'd love to drive that LTD!!
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    Oct 23, 2013 3:13 PM GMT
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    freedomisntfree said
    Aristoshark said
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    Aristoshark saidWell, what's inaccurate about it? The Tea Party is simply the Ku Klux Klan reconstituted. I thoroughly approve of the forthright Rep. Grayson for pointing it out.


    Not remotely true in my experience. I (of course) know many who consider themselves part of the Tea Party and I don't see nor hear that ... at least here in the northern Midwest. Might be different elsewhere, but that's not been my experience.

    You are correct, let me rephrase it. The Tea Party encompasses the old KKK. There are Tea Party members who do not share that particular ideology.


    But then again, this is from my experience at a big giant bunch of collector car events/activity and a little NRA activity. We do have a token democrat and we rib him a little bit, but nothing too serious. Lots of tea partiers aside from just me.

    We don't even talk about all that much as our discussion used to be gettin' drunk, gettin' laid and drag racing and now it's morphed to the best in walkers and canes, can't see to get home at night, prostate problems and meds.

    But none of the virulent activity/speech that we see right here on RJ.

    Fom our little local hangouts

    photo DSCN1400.jpg

    to our big events

    photo 36ceaabb-ac4f-4021-8b04-88e4fdcf47bf.jpg

    However, individual results may vary.


    I'd love to drive that LTD!!


    What LTD?
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    Oct 23, 2013 3:18 PM GMT
    Behind the green Charger is what looks like a 68 white Ford LTD, or is it a Galaxie in that year??
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    Oct 23, 2013 10:46 PM GMT
    Blakes7 saidBehind the green Charger is what looks like a 68 white Ford LTD, or is it a Galaxie in that year??


    Torino