Skip to comments.Tea Party drops speaker for alleged ties to white supremacists
Posted on 04/11/2010 9:45:50 PM PDT by AmericanMade1776
Eidsmoe reportedly spoke at an Alabama Secession rally, Zielinski said. He covered topics touching on slavery and the Constitution.
Eidsmoes speech in the rally claimed God ordained slavery, and Jefferson Davis was a much better President of the Confederate States than Abraham Lincoln ever was for the United States.
Hes a pseudo-intellectual racist who belongs to the League of the South and whose writings happen to pop up on neo-Nazi websites, Zielinski said.
(Excerpt) Read more at badgerherald.com ...
>>Someone not to invite to your Tea Party! <<
Don’t let the high level interlopers detract us from the low level ones.
We must be vigilant!
cant be as bad as hitlery
Just more attacks on the Tea Party to try to make us less formidable. They are very afraid of we the people.
They have got to be kidding.
That would mean that Mississippi would have to build a really big wall.
It still remains unclear if Eidsmoe withdrew his speaker position or if he was dropped by the Tea Party Convention staff.
bump for later
Remember, this is a student ran newspaper from UW-Madison; the same one that published socialist rants when I went there a few years ago.
While it seems that we should not have dealings with this person, Why the heck don’t the Rats have to disassociate with their radicals? Our President is a practical magnet for leftists.
Good for them for their quick action. I’ll bet that guy was a democrat.
I hope the leaders of the tea parties are vigilant about stopping liberal spies posing as tea partiers disrupt or besmirch any rallies.
I could care less. I’m sick of “racist” being the ultimate negative accusation. We’re to the point that if someone points out that there never was a slave uprising in the history of Alabama he’ll be deemed a “racist”.
Remembering Alabamas Secession and Lincoln bin laden
Video at this link
“In the audience listening to Wallace were a number of leading white supremacists. They included Don Black, proprietor of Stormfront.org, the most influential hate site on the Internet, and former Alabama grand dragon of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan; Jamie Kelso, right-hand man and Louisiana roommate of former Klan leader David Duke; Jared Taylor, editor of the neo-eugenicist American Renaissance magazine; Ed Fields, an aging white supremacist leader from Georgia; Alabama CCC leader Leonard Flagpole Wilson, who got his nickname shouting Keep Bama white! from atop a flagpole during University of Alabama race riots in 1956; and the CCCs national leader, St. Louis personal injury lawyer Gordon Lee Baum.
Also speaking at the most recent convention was John Eidsmoe, a former law school professor and close friend and one-time legal adviser to Roy Moore, the Alabama chief justice ejected from his post for defying federal court orders to remove a Ten Commandments monument from the Supreme Court rotunda. Like Moore, Eidsmoe has suggested that the government may not act contrary to Gods laws.
Mississippi would have to build a really big wall to keep their people from fleeing to Alabama. I’ve had friends contact me and say if Texas does secede from the Union, we’ll be down there in a heartbeat.
If this country becomes a Socialist Block Nation, who wants to live here?
There are all sorts of these KKK loons right here on Free Republic. Look at almost any Civil War or Abraham Lincoln thread. (Why they are allowed to post their agit-prop here is perhaps FR’s greatest mystery.)
The larger point to remember is that this racist Klan nonsense is not American, not Christian, and certainly not conservative but is in fact the very opposite of all those things.
How the moose's sister got in the shower with a piece of cheese and a beeber set to stuned is a close 2nd.
The teapartiers are good decent folks. But are some nutcases out there that will try to take advantage and join the bandwagon.
Anyone who says that slavery was a good thing needs to be tossed out on their rear end.
No Double Devon on HIS scones...
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