Right after Team Obama got their “historic” healthcare legislation,the media, went back to their stock “the GOP and the Tea Party is racist” thing again.  Though they have not produced a single piece of hard evidence that anyone used racial epithets at the Washington protest last weekend, they are playing the “it has been said” game to plant the idea in the heads of the less observant.  We believe this is a tactic to divert attention from the fact that even Democratic voters are angry about how this went down.  But this time, we are ready for them.

After the Scott Brown victory, many people thought that the healthcare reform issue was over.  The incompatibility of the Senate and House bills made reconciliation seem unlikely to work to many.  But with the unscrupulous use of the Slaughter rule, and the Stupak block taking the payoff for a yes vote, we have this lousy bill.  So before people can learn more about what is being done to their personal realities by this garbage, we are getting hear say stories of threats, insults, and ethnic slurs from the conservative opposition.  Though they have not been able to prove that this has been prevalent, it is enough to give hate mongers like Keith Olbermann enough to go on.  He said that racial hatred is a strand part of the Tea Party movement. 

But still no evidence to that.  Not one piece.

But we have evidence of their racial animus.  Howard Dean called the GOP “the white party”, and said that the only black people at the Republican national convention were members of the wait staff.  However, the 2008 Republican presidential primary had just as many black people in it as the Democratic one.  And Alan Keyes was a person with TWO black parents, not to say there is anything wrong with only having one or  none.  The point is the case he  was making against the Republicans about not having black people in their committee was false.  Michael Steele and Ken Blackwell candidacies for RNC chair also contradict Dean’s idiocy.

John Lewis, one of the black Democratic leaders who claims that racial attacks were made once did a commercial referring to the prospect of Southern Republican victories as “crosses burning all over again”.  So his credibility on this issue is shot.

Reverend Wright demonstrates the real source of this notion that the GOP is against black people.  When asked abut the anger toward the  legislation, he said that it “was all about the hate in this country for people of color and poor people”. 

Wait a minute.  How do people of color automatically become just like poor people?  There are not any rich black people who would like lower taxes and a government that doesn’t punish success?  Oh that’s right, if some white person calls a black person a name then that makes him or her a victim of this nasty, evil bigoted nation.  Even if he or she  wealthy, successful, intelligent strong and happy.    How convenient.   You get to have the edginess” of being disadvantaged and the resources of the people you accusing of being the oppressor.

Jeremiah “broke down George Jefferson” has it all figured out.

I went to his church July 17, 2008, and the pastor Rena Wright (his sister?), made several backhanded stabs at Obama for abandoning Wright.  But the church was this beautiful multi-million dollar building in the middle of this very poor run down neighborhood.  If the GOP had taken cameras and discussed the community around 95 and State where this church is, Obama probably would not have won.

But they didn’t. 

The Greyfalcon encourages the GOP to challenge the Democrats to name five policy initiatives, laws, or Congressional actions that have earned them 85-95% of the black vote in presidential elections. 

We can’t name one.  Maybe it is the stigma, smearing, and GOP lack of aggressiveness in confronting these charges.


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  1. Kandg moeller
    March 28, 2010 at 3:33 pm

    Thank you for spreading the truth. Have you heard where some of the liberal leaders believe by having Federal funding for abortions will save money on healthcare by not have to provide healthcare for those who are aborted?
    How many minorities have been aborted over the years by liberal “I care about you” issues. They are destroying a whole race of people.

  2. March 28, 2010 at 3:59 pm

    You are right about life Kandg. They have so many abortion clinics in black neighboorhoods. Eugenics it seems.

  3. G Guesnier
    March 28, 2010 at 4:30 pm

    This article accurately points out how the Obama Health Care Disaster Plan was able to pass and the dirty politics the Demoncats play on a regular basis. Yes, The GOP has become complacent and seem to run when the race card is used against them, but they need to stop running and fight back in any way possible to promote the Conservative Movement and stand up for what is right to save this country from the Socialist Dictators. I don’t know how one wakes up the Sheeples in the Democratic Party but they must become more informed and educate themselves.This means to start taking personal responsibility for your own life rather than trying to find someone to blame all of their problems on. I believe most people want to take personal responsibility for their lives but they just don’t realize that it’s an option because of the rhetoric coming out of the Democratic Party of today.

  4. Cindy
    March 28, 2010 at 4:46 pm

    Some Racist Liberal Hate Speech found here:


    And you are right about abortion clinics being so conveniently placed in predominantly poor neighborhoods…aborting the minority population, change you can believe in.



    Keep up the good work my friend!!!

  5. Sharon Hicks
    March 28, 2010 at 5:42 pm

    Racism is the convenient answer to everything. The left uses this frequently to dismiss conservative momentum. I agree with you that Republicans are not aggressively attacking the accusations and demanding proof of this. This last general election was another example of Republicans history of retreating. We had alot of ammo against Obama regarding his background and radical friends but they dropped the ball totally with that. I am involved locally as a precinct committeeman and I have to say the party acts alot like the Dems, i.e. political power plays, corrupt politicians, the good ‘ole boys club. I am fighting hard to change a badly run, broken party. I am going right to “the people” with the issues.

  6. March 28, 2010 at 6:06 pm

    The above comment is correct. One of the most important issues for the black community today is the issue of abortion. When you look at the statistics, it is sooo true. The practice of Eugenics is alive and well in the community. It should also be pointed out that Planned Parenthood, founded by Margaret Sanger, who was one of the most adamant racists of the century, now presents itself as the “keeper of the flame” when it comes to population control and “reproductive rights”. Never mind that they are accomplishing their primary goals doing this. 1. Being the largest provider of abortion in America, thus making the largest profit off the death of the unborn. 2. Eliminating what Margaret Sanger called the black and poor, and lesser dregs of society.

  7. March 28, 2010 at 6:52 pm

    Thanks for all your doing…..Your Friend Tim

  8. stitch76
    March 28, 2010 at 9:35 pm

    they can call me anything they want, but they have NEVER said we were…WRONG!

  9. Aida Solis
    March 28, 2010 at 9:44 pm

    Great topic, and your right On the issue, however I do believe the Gop can still make their case. There are so many policies put in place right now that do hurt the black communities, the Gop needs to move forward and expose the liberal agenda, and yes abortions is one of them. Many blacks and hispanics are pro life, not pro choice. Then there is religion, most blacks and hispanics are christians, not athiest.. The Gop can gain more support from these groups, if they are finally told the truth.

  10. Bill Burt
    March 29, 2010 at 1:35 am

    I listened to you on Brian Nieves’s show and you were great. This morning, I heard something on Fox News that couldn’t be farther from the truth. Dorris Kearns Goodwin, a Democratic Historian on the show, made the remark about Lyndon Johnson being so proud to pass the civil rights act. Like most Democrats, Lyndon Johnson was a racist, but unlike most, he was even more racist. He let civil rights pass because it was politically expedient and he didn’t have much choice. One of the most ardent supporters of the KKK is, I believe, the oldest member of the Senate, Robert Byrd, of West Virginia. He had a score of 10% on the last Freedom Index, in The New American magazine, based solely on the Constitution.

    I fail understand why blacks would vote for Democrats that are racists. Blacks used to vote Republican, because most blacks are conservatives. The right for blacks to defend themselves was lost in Missouri, I believe in 1774, a few years after the Civil War. As far as I know, Democrats held power then.

    Since I’m a gun rights activist, one thing I base my opinion of a politician on;
    do they believe in a preexisting God given right to be armed. If they don’t, that tells me volumes about how they feel about my liberty and freedom.

  11. Jay Harris
    March 29, 2010 at 1:00 pm

    Jeremiah Wright would be better becoming a Grand Wizard of the KKK than a shepard of a church. He is a disgrace attempting to preach God’ word, and the Marines.

  12. saynsumthn
    March 29, 2010 at 1:37 pm

    Maafa21 Black Genocide in 21st Century America
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    The film is called Maafa 21 and it exposes a plan to create “racial purity” that began 150 years ago and is still being carried out right now.
    It’s about the ties between the Nazis, the American eugenics movement and today’s “family planning” cartel.
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  13. Babs
    March 29, 2010 at 1:48 pm

    Just google “eugenics” and “Vermont” to see the real agenda of progressives. The facts will chill you to the bone, including the fact that the Germans based their “master race” agenda on what was done in Vermont in the 30’s.

  14. March 30, 2010 at 10:11 am


    Excellent. However, the five policy initiatives which enslave voters (predominatly black)are the varied social welfare programs which serve as brutal, oppressive taskmasters rather than short-term supporters. The dreaded notion of even CONSIDERING their abandonment reveals a horrible condition: fear for the future versus a zeal for free opportunity.

    Case in point now: which black democratic leader has the intelligence to see that the Health Care Bill just placed Uncle Sam on every black child’s birth certificate as ‘daddy,’ ‘boss man,’ ‘pimp.’ After all, when a black child grows up now -presuming this debacle is not defeated in court- Uncle Sam will be there to tightly regulate said child’s student loan arrangements all the way thru med school, where they work, AND FOR VERY SPECIFIC REIMBURSEMENT SCHEDULES! A whole new plantation.

    Finally, should someone say Lacy Clay — has he ever worked a job? — Clay, Cleaver, Lewis do possess such intellect/discernment. Then it appears the ‘house negros’ just sold their despised ‘field negros’ to a new owner.

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