Fox new analyst Marc Lamont Hill,  MSNBC hosts Keith Olbermann and Chris Matthews, Congressman Sheldon Whitehouse, and many others specifically accused the Tea Party and town hall protests of being racially and ethnically motivated.  Nancy Pelosi cried saying that the citizenship participation movement reminded her of the “anger” she saw in the past.  Jeanine Garofalo called th Tea Parties a manifestation of the “white power movement” and “about hating a black man in the Whitehouse”.  And how many called Rush Limbaugh a racsist for saying that he wanted Obama to fail?  For almost a year, this was the primary mode of attack against the grassroots effort.  But now, Al Sharpton, one of the original race mercenaries for the Democratic Party, is now admitting that Obama is a socialist.

On Geraldo Rivera last night, Sharpton gave Obama and Pelosi credit for the passage of the House bill.  He lauded it with “I think that this is the, began the transforming of the country to the way the president had promised, this is what he ran on.”  Geraldo interjected “some would argue to socialism”.  Sharpton responded:

well first of all, you would have to say the American public overwhelmingly voted for socialism when they voted for Barack Obama.  Let’s not act as though the president didn’t tell the American people, the president promised the American people health reform, when he ran he was overwhelmingly elected, and he has delivered what he promised.” 


But did he?  Sharpton continues “I don’t understand Republicans who say this is against the will of the American people, this is not some concept that the president introduced after he won.”  Actually it is. Even though he did say he wanted universal healthcare in his  primary debates against Hillary Clinton . . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fKr2qAg72E  he said that he opposed fining people for not having health insurance. 

Maybe Al should used some of that money he gets for the National Action Network to hire someone to do some internet research.

 I thought socialism was a code word for “black” and was racist to use. So it’s OK for the race mongers to use it when they get what they want.  When Erik Rush identified Reverend Wright a Marxist, these people said that it didn’t reflect Obama’s views, and that making a connection between them ideologically was unfair.  Everything they said about the Tea Party opposing Obama because he was black was a premeditated rouse to defend an undefendable agenda. 

Those of you in the media who called the Tea Protesters racially motivated when you had no proof, YOU ARE COWARDS.  If you had said that you thought Obama was a socialist in April of 2009, then there would have been no grounds to demonize the grassroots movement. 

You who were in a position report on this great gathering of concerned citizen fairly, but choose to play into the Reverend Wright? Al Sharpton racial narrative, YOU HAVE DISHONORED YOUR NATION, AND WE WILL NOT FORGET THIS!


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  1. March 24, 2010 at 12:23 pm

    Dear Greyfalcon,

    Heard you down at rally on riverfront; heard you on Dana yesterday; would like to talk and schedule you on my radio show. Drop a note to my email address please.

  2. March 28, 2010 at 10:50 pm

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