Skip to comments.HuffPo Religion Blogger Worships Pinocchio While Intoning Slurs About Tea Parties
Posted on 04/01/2010 1:51:54 PM PDT by PJ-Comix
What does it say about the Huffington Post when one of their religion bloggers flat out lies about supposed racial slurs hurled at Congressman John Lewis at the March 20 Tea Party in Washington D.C.? Here is Eddie Glaude, Jr., Professor of Religion at Princeton University, performing his Pinocchio impression:
The word n----er found its way back into our national conversation recently. Some tea party activists hurled the epithet at Congressman John Lewis. Along the way they called Representative Barney Frank a faggot and spat on Congressman Emanuel Cleaver. This venom was supposedly provoked by health care reform; it only revealed how debased our public conversation has become.
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Just more liberal racists.
Wait until bullets start flying. Then the debate will certainly have become debased.
Well, why doesn’t the good professor pick up the $100,000 from Brietbart since he obviously fact checked his story?
Today the local “progressive” radio station again called us “tea baggeers”. I called once again to point out that it was a deeply offensive slur. It’s a grotesque sexual profanity (like caling someone a c*cks*ck*r), and a rude dimunition.
To make sure they understood I said: “when you call us that it’s just like using the word “n*gg*r to insult a black person.” I followed with “aren’t we trying to restore civility to the political atmosphere in our nation?”
They didn’t hang up. I’ll keep listening (intelligence gathering) to see if they can manage to stop insulting us every day with obscene, degrading racially tinged epithets.
Isn’t it funny, or maybe not funny, that the libs never attack on issues, debating pros and cons. It’s always personal with them. Racists, bigots, homophobe’s, extreme right, nazis...blah...blah...blah. Then when that doesn’t work, they have to lie and/or exaggerate something that was said or done. Like when Sarah Palin put crosshairs on different states.
It can't be based on issues because libs lose on the issues. Most libs seem to be stuck in 6th grade maturity wise. They titter at "teabagger" references and when faced with reality they simply resort to name calling and feet stomping. I wouldn't be shocked to hear a liberal threaten to hold their breath if we don't support Obamacare.
“What does it say about the Huffington Post when one of their religion bloggers flat out lies..”
Lying at HuffPo is just part of the daily modus operandi.
Should the Tea Party follow the example of the left’s civility and self-restraint?
What’s the point? The leftists are not capable of rational thought or any form of simple human decency.
We should treat them like we treat any other mindless deadly virus.
How come the state controlled media (SCM, pron'd: SCAM) won't broadcast the slurs? Where's the beep!; to wit, ni(beep) fa(beep).
There were no slurs.. just "issues" that are not issues (as described by David Horowitz). Issues are weapons.
As the accused struggle to prove the falsity of the "issue" the 1960s Marxist-Alinsky campus/street revolutionary rabble and their ideological progeny smear the opposition with more "issues" (lies).
.. more struggles to prove the falsity of the "issues," more "issues." Repeat.
Laugh at the lying bastards.
...tell a lie, tell the truth, tell a lie, tell the truth...
If it has, it was brought back by the LEFT, in an attempt to smear the right.
Some tea party activists hurled the epithet at Congressman John Lewis.
Prove it, Professor. There has been no substantiation of that whatsoever. And in this age of cameras on just about every cell phone, proof of these ridiculous allegations would have surfaced long before now.
uhoh, my spell checker isn't working for some reason. This should be interesting....lol. Sorry about any poor spelling.
PJ, you and I know if you tell the lie enough, it will be believed.
In this case, they all know it is a lie but being the lesser beings they are, they make a point to keep repeating it to those who don’t have a clue about anything.
I used to spell well enough, but now I'm dependent upon the checker. On one site I post on they don't have one...it's like working the high-wire without a net.
Spelling has never been a strong point for me. Without the spell checker I’m doomed...lol
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