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West Makes His Stand vs. the Congressional Black Caucus Raucus

by Lone Shark

In case you’ve been out of the loop the past couple of days, there’s been a spate of nasty race-based political attacks made against the Tea Party by members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC)- most notably those made by Congresswoman Maxine Waters who told the Tea Party that it can “go to hell” and South Florida’s own ‘Mad Hatter’ herself Congresswoman Frederica Wilson who identified the Tea Party as “the real enemy” behind all that ails the black community.  But Congressman Andre Carson (D, Indiana) has trumped them both and gone ‘full gangsta’ with a potentially incendiary and ludicrous race baiting diatribe aimed directly at the Tea Party:

Congress, the Tea Party is stopping that change and this is beyond symbolic change, this is the effort that we’re seeing of Jim Crow. Some of these folks in Congress right now would love to see us as second class citizens. Some of them in Congress right now of this Tea Party movement would love to see you and me [unintelligible] hanging on a tree. Some of them right now in Congress are comfortable where we were 50 or 60 years ago but it’s a new day a black president and a Congressional Black Caucus willing to [unintelligible] – Congressman Andre Carson

Congressman Allen West has responded to these reckless remarks with a thoughtful reply and call for saner heads to prevail

Congressman Carson’s desire to generally criticize a large grassroots group as racist is baseless and desperate.  When individuals believe they are defeated in a political disagreement, they normally resort to race-baiting, which in my opinion is in itself racist.

As a member of the CBC, I look forward to working with you to end this practice.  All of us, including Congressman Carson, Congresswoman Waters, and others who have engaged in racially-motivated rhetoric, should follow the example of Dr. Martin Luther King, not the example of the Reverend Jeremiah Wright. – Congressman Allen West

West is obviously correct, but these coordinated race-baiting tactics by the Democrats playing their last race card in the deck are likely to be stepped up for the remainder of the 2012 Election cycle.

It is tragic that the Congressional Black Caucus has circled their wagons around a failed President who has wrought enormous economic destruction across the country, a failed welfare state that has ruined the black family structure, a black unemployment rate nearly double the national rate, and the crumbling inner cities failing in many of the districts the CBC’s members represent- all in the name of distracting from the c0mplete and total failure to their constituents in order declare the Tea Party as the real culprit of all that ails their community.  The CBC and Democrats will likely repeat these vicious lies and character assassinations ad nauseum in their quest for them to become part of the “conventional wisdom” ascribed to by 50.1% of the public.

Recall not long ago that it was DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz who got this ball rolling when she explained that the GOP “wants to literally drag us back all the way to Jim Crow.”  Although she somewhat walked back this ridiculous statement, the CBC appears to have taken her cue and is going to engage in race-baiting rhetoric that is designed not to engage, but to enrage.  The “new tone” that Wasserman-Schultz piously called for in the aftermath of the Gabrielle Giffords shooting will have to wait until the 2012 elections are over.


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  • Dusty

    Black teen unemployment rate at 41% under Obama. Of course this is not including those that are “not employeed” that are not filling for unemployment benefits….but its the TEAPARTY’s fault.

  • Ana Gomez-Mallada

    Some people do need to remember that “a man should be judged not by the color of his skin, but rather by the content of his character.” – The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

    • M Pozin

      And your point is?

    • Cheryl

      Dr. Martin L King would be ashamed of the Congressional Black Caucus. Oh and by the way, is there Congressional White Caucus? Equality for all!

  • SSMcDonald

    The Congressional Black Caucus is the dictionary definition of Bigotry.

  • Barbara Carpenter

    Who couldn’t respect West for a response like that. He is a real class act. Someday he will lead this country.

  • Florida Native

    Why is Waters even around? What happened to her ethic charges of getting stimulus money for her husband’s failing bank? Just another Charlie Rangel. Why doesn’t Congressman West get the wheels churning on her charges? Why doesn’t anyone mention this fact? The Tea Party is being demonized but still PC.

  • Jacqueline L

    It has always been my belief that there should be no BLACK or HISPANIC or SKYBLUE PINK caucus! All of these folks are elected to represent the whole of their districts, and by extension, the whole of the United States! To issue blanket remarks tarring an entire group is of itself a sign of bigotry. We cannot heal and grow with such people sitting in our Government.
    MLK and JFK understood this. The current crop of politicians seem more inclined to divide than to unite us as Americans!

  • Jorge

    It is truly amazing to hear some of the comments from the CBC members in congress and to blame a movement espoused in the concepts of liberty and limited goverment seems moronic at best and down right ignorant at worst, if the Tea Party movement brings the real change our goverment needs to help every American citizen prosper and advance in their personal growth,thru limited goverment and increased freedoms, not greater regulations higher taxes and the policies which are killing jobs in this country, then I think these members who all they do is criticize and demean will be the ones looking for jobs real soon.

  • John Uce

    Given the charges of terrorism and racism leveled at The Tea Party MRCTV conducted an on-the-street poll []

    While the peoples’ views of The Party vary it seems they do not buy into the extremist charges.

    So, I think, the more the baiters, like Carson & Waters & others rant the more they turn off people.

  • Hugo Morales

    Read the recently published book by Alice Patterson “Bridging the Political & Racial Divide: How Godly Politics Can Transform a Nation.”

  • Barbra Graham

    This is a political action on the part of the cbc to get out the vote on the same level as 2008 . The current president is in desperate need of enraging the black voter to return to the polling place in the same numbers. The current administration has no real accomplishments to present so hey we will use what ever we can to win. All Republicans get out and campaign for our candidate (who ever it is) sign up new voters(legally please). If you help the campaign you are helping yourself.

  • Sandi Trusso

    Rude doesn’t mean right, and Cong.Maxine Waters has always been rude. She has always over-talked people (which is one of the things liberal-progressives do, because they don’t want to hear anything that anyone else has to say), but Cong. Waters actually crossed the line again, by telling the Tea Party to “go to hell”. This woman is getting too old, too mean, and too vulgar to continue being in Congress! Government officials, who set the standards for our country, should be held to higher standards than the rest of us. Why does she feel that the more ugly she acts, the stronger she is? She only shows herself to be ill-mannered and ignorant.

    Cong. Andre Carsen, and Cong.Debbie Wasserman-Schultz can pretend that they’re not trying to incite hatred, but that’s exactly what they’re trying to do. They are using hatred to divide our nation. All of the strides we’ve made in race relations have digressed 75 years with this kind of rhetoric! These people are not stupid. They know exactly what they’re doing, but they don’t care as long as the power stays in their hands. They don’t give a hoot about the black community.

    Did we have a long way to go to get where we needed to be? Yes! But now,in many cases, because of these types of people, we have to start back at square one. It seems to me that they don’t want racial equality. Every time they make race an issue, they take the focus off of unity, as they us back to a time of hatred… a time where many people of all races have fought to rid ourselves of. And I think that it’s done deliberately!

  • John A

    I see no need for a CBC, as it separates Black members of Congress from The People’s Congress. How would it sound to have a Congressional White Caucus? or any other racial group? I don’t see why Allen even joined that group. Scott from Ga. did not join. If I were Allen, I would quit that group right now. He may have thought he could do some good in there, but to no avail. It is like pouring a cup of clean water into a bucket of dirty water. It doesn’t make it any cleaner.
    I think it is time for Congress to disband the CBC. It is obviously a racial group and it spews racial hatred. Also, it is a special interest group. Even the Obama railed against special interest groups.

  • Tdog

    The only reason the race baiting dhimmicrats in the CBC (and dhimmicrats in general) continue to be elected, is because they keep their constituency dumbed down. Lied to by the MSM propaganda and given “leaders” in the form of “rap artists”. They encourage them to remain on, and be content receiving “free” government PAYOLLA in the form of welfare, food stamps, healthcare, housing, and in many places cell phones.

    Dhimmicrats are of the lowest order. They accuse conservatives of being racists, while in fact they continue to keep their constituency poor, government owned, bought and paid for….SLAVES, controlled by the PAYOLLA pittance they receive. Truly sad. Martin Luther King was right that we “shouldn’t judge by the color of the skin buy by ones character”

    If you research the members of the CBC you will find that nearly all have had legal, moral, ethical, or criminal findings. That my friends is the pot calling the kettle black. I recently contributed a second time to Allen West. He is a leader with honor, integrity, leadership, and speaks the truth. I pray he will have a positive impact upon all those he represents and America as a whole. He needs our support and prayers as there will be many that will try to “take him down” Thank you Congressman West for your truthful, factual, and inspiring words. You are one of the shining lights in politics today.

  • Marie S

    Amen Jacqueline! Why have a Black Caucus anymore? Its divisive and racist. When this group can’t defend their positions or results, they find blame and look for a person or group to call “racist”. Its always someone else’s fault.

  • Native Florida White Guy

    If I even came close to remarks similar ti those made by the CBC members, I would be called lots of really bad names, such as racist. The people making these remarks must not remember the work of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. I believe he would more likely embrace the ideas and comments of Rep West, R-FL.

  • dc

    The Jim Crow period was wholly owned and operated by the Democrat Party. Funny how the Revisionist Democrats of today try to say that “Separate But Equal” was a Republican idea.

  • Walter Bales

    As much as I like and admire Allen West, I have to say I think Tim Scott is the more principled of the two. West should never have joined CBC (kudos to Scott for not joining) and should have already resigned over the despicable remarks of Carson and Waters. Additionally, West voted for the odius debt deal, while Scott took the proper NO MORE DEBT stance. I’m a bit dissapointed in West at this point.

  • Le Philosophe

    Race baiting is desperation disrobed. But it works among the desparate and the disengaged whose prejudice knows no bounds, whose emotion is the decider and the divider lacking discernment and wisdom, whose ignorance wills expression in the form of an equal and qualified vote. Therein lies the fault of democracy. And yet, I would have no other way, because the alternative is even worse.

  • Gman

    When are we once again going to face our challenges as Americans? Are we Americans first or Repbulicans or Democrats then an American. Are we Black Americans, Hispanic Americans, Jewish Americans or Americans of Black Desent, Americans of Hispanic Desent or Americans of Jewish Desent. Some that want to continue their ability to RULE over others like to promote a class warfare because it gives them an advantage to have us arguing amongst ourselves while they continue their objective to gain more CONTROL.

  • hisfollower

    Jacqualine and John A. have put it right on the target. I agree with them and I do support Cong. West even though he joined CDC. I do believe he has left them because of their actions lately though.

  • Doug S.

    A lot of great comments above. I like Jacqualines, and John A’s. I do recall reading where Cong. West has left the CDC after their recent
    actions. What can we do with Mr. Herman Cain? I don’t think he is going to make the nomination for President. I sure would like to see him somewhere in Washington.

  • ~JL

    What is so funny about it all, Waters, Carson, Wilson, and the whole CBC would not even be where they are if it was NOT for people like the TeaParty. The TeaParty stands up for the principles and values of our Founding Fathers’ whole foundation of the Charters of Liberty and Freedom for ALL, not just a chosen few.

    The Democratic party that they are in, is the party that created the Jim Crow laws. Go web search Jim Crow Laws and PBS has a very interesting program and web page that discusses the whole start of the Democratic party, everyone should read it, especially Democrats.

    Many are also members of the Congressional Progressive Caucus also. Go read their agenda and goals and it reads just like the Communist manifesto.They are ALL Marxist in ideologue and agenda. They talk about freedom, rights but they are all about control, micro managing, big government, period. The elite rule over the masses. They are trying to enslave their people again. The Democratic party has always been disingenuous about their intentions and agenda.

    I use to think you really had to have great common sense and you had to really understand the Founding Fathers’ Charters of Liberty and Freedom, the history of our country, the history of the world for that matter and you really had to understand it all to be elected into our Congress. I found the complete opposite. We have some real idiots making decisions about the direction and policies of our country and the majority of them do NOT listen to their constituents. We need to vote out people like Waters, Carson, Frank, Pelosi, Reid, Schumer, Wasserman-Schultz, Carson, Wilson, and their like minded comrades.

    We should vote in real people who understand our history, the Founding Fathers’ Charters of Liberty and Freedom, the world’s history, how our government is suppose to work, people who actually respect the American people and will listen to their constituents, people who will actually honor their oath of office and US Constitution, and who will actually make wise, careful decisions to put our country back on the road to prosperity for ALL Americans not just the chosen few.

    We need more honorable, truthful, patriotic people in Congress like Congressman Allen West, period.

    Go spread the word, spread the truth and the facts.

  • carlos j. negron

    The CBC has the guilt transferance scam down to a science.

    The constituents of these so called representatives should demand to see what the representative did since being elected into office that was in the constituent interest.

    The tired old games of creating boogeymen to cover up your own inadequacies is no longer valid.

  • carlos j. negron

    The CBC has the guilt transferance scam down to a science.

    The constituents of these so called representatives should demand to see what the representative did since being elected into office that was in the constituent interest.

    The tired old games of creating boogeymen to cover up your own inadequacies is no longer valid.

  • carlos j. negron

    Diversionary tactic of blaming someone else for your fault is not only infantile but insults the intelligence of whomever hears the lie.

    All the inane calls for civility in politics overlooks the fact that it is uncivility which always has and always will be used to convince the masses that your position is better than the other.
    The political dirt bags are not consistent with these calls for civility when it does not advance their cause.
    Consistency is one of the requisites for communication and to not show it, negates all you have to say.

    The CBC individuals running their mouth should learn to practice the golden rule “DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOU”

  • Gayle Flaherty

    I’m so proud to have Col. West as my Congressman. He has a tough road to fight with bigotry from the Dems. His years in the military have given him all the experience he needs to take on these race baiters.
    He’s a man of common sense and substance.

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  • charles mccoy`

    As a Black American, I’d like to thank Allen West for responding to those racist remarks delivered by that idiot of the BCC.That is the reason why I became a republican some years ago because of the foolishness of the left. As far as I’m concerned, Maxine waters and especially Fredricka Wilson can burn in hell where they belong.

  • John W. Wallace


    Some members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) have been are traveling around this great country, at taxpayers’ expense of course, meeting with members of their communities in town hall style meetings hurling vile and false racist charges not only against their fellow white members of Congress, but at anyone associated with the Tea Party movement, particularly if they happen to be White. Apparently, these members of the Congressional Black Caucus feel that anyone who is White, in the Tea Party movement and is standing up for the constitution and/or who wants a smaller federal government with less spending, is an anti-Black racist.

    At one of these recent CBC Town Hall meetings, Representative Andre Carson (D-Indiana), said that some (White) members of Congress want to go back 50 or 60 years with regard to race relations. He said “Some of these (white) folks in Congress right now would love to see us (blacks) as second class citizens and some of them in Congress right now with the Tea Party movement would love to see you and me hanging on a tree.”

    Of course, Andre Carson has never really had anything of substance to say during his unremarkable congressional career, so what the hell, why not just accuse Whites of racism and put the race card on the table. Remember back in March of 2010, when Representative Andre Carson, the NAACP, along with Congressmen John Lewis and Emanuel Cleaver made complaints that a mob of White Tea Party protestors had spit on them and called them “niggers” in front of the Cannon House federal building during the health care debate. Unfortunately for them, someone recorded the entire incident and the allegations were proven to be absolutely false. The congressmen and the NAACP representatives had made up the whole thing to show that they were the “victims” of White racism. These congressmen outright lied and it was caught on tape. Who were the real racists back then?

    As far as the lynching of people is concerned, Representative Carson is apparently ignorant of the fact that it was not just Blacks who were lynched by the KKK and by members of his own party, the southern Democrats. After the Civil War, the Democrats in the south called Republicans “radicals” because the Republican Party had become a bi-racial party that actually allowed Blacks to vote and participate in the political process. For example, in the South Carolina of 1868, the Republicans in the state legislature were made up of 50 Blacks and only 13 Whites, while the Democrats were all White. Out of the 4,800 people that were lynched during the next 90 years or so, 1,300 of those lynched were White, mostly Republicans who were lynched because they supported Black civil rights. With this history, it boggles the mind that Blacks would remain so loyal to the Democrat party.

    What exactly is the Congressional Black Caucus? Can White people be admitted or is it a Blacks-only racially-exclusive group? And if it is a racially-exclusive group, how can such a “Blacks-only” group that discriminates against White people in membership, even exist within a federal government organization that is paid for by taxpayer dollars? Here are the answers that may surprise you.

    The Congressional Black Caucus was founded in 1971 by 13 Black members of congress and in its 40 or so-years of existence it has never allowed a White Congressman, Congresswoman or Senator to become a member. This ”No Whites” policy of the Congressional Black Caucus was tested back in 2007 by a newly elected House member, Stephen I. Cohen of Tennessee, a White man who represented a 60 percent Black district. During Cohen’s 2006 campaign he was quoted as saying that if elected he would try to become “the first White member” of the Congressional Black Caucus. Shortly after being sworn in on January 2007, however, Cohen’s bid for membership was turned down and he heard from several Black Congressional Caucus members that “whites need not apply.” Who were the real racists here?

    At the time, Congressional Black Caucus member William Lacy Clay (D-Missouri), son of one of the CBC’s founders, confirmed that. “Mr. Cohen asked for admission, and he got his answer. … It’s time to move on. It’s an unwritten rule. It’s understood. It’s clear” that White people cannot become members of the Black caucus. Rep Clay went on to say:

    “Quite simply, Rep. Cohen will have to accept what the rest of the country will have to accept – there has been an unofficial Congressional White Caucus for over 200 years, and now it’s our turn to say who can join ‘the club.’ He does not, and cannot, meet the membership criteria, unless he can change his skin color. Primarily, we are concerned with the needs and concerns of the black population, and we will not allow white America to infringe on those objectives.”

    Who are the real racists here?

    For approximately 40 years, White people have been denied membership in a federal government funded congressional organization just because of the color of their skin. Isn’t this a violation of federal anti-discrimination laws? The American taxpayers, of all races and creeds, pay the salaries of the congressional staff members, as well as the congressional office expenses that are used to support this apparently racist Black organization.

    The main question here is how can such racial discrimination against White congressional members exist in the United States in 2011? Can you imagine the uproar if there was a White Congressional Caucus and they had refused to allow a Black member of congress to become a member because of the color of his or her skin. Oh! Wait a minute. I forgot. You can’t have a White Congressional Caucus because that would be considered racist!

    Let’s take a quick look at the recent remarks of some members of the Congressional Black Caucus and see what this traveling band of racist instigators have been saying:

    Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-California) was caught on tape saying that “the Tea Party can go straight to hell” and called for mass demonstrations by Blacks including runs on the banks and civil unrest not only in their neighborhoods but in the neighborhoods of White people as well. These are pretty strong words from a woman who is under investigation for misusing her congressional office to help her husband’s Black-owned bank get some TARP and Stimulus funds. Who is the real racist here?

    Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Florida) said: “High unemployment in the black community is a result of White racism. When you look at African American males, 40% of them are unemployed, those under 30 years of age. And all of the growth in the past 30 years, we see it.” She conveniently ignored the fact that the Democrat party had controlled congress from 2007 to 2010, and had done a great job of creating more government programs that destroyed the economy, along with a lot of help from President Obama.

    Rep. Alcee Hastings (D-Florida) said “the Tea Party is the Republican Party” and later urged the panel to play down the power of the tea party. “I’m not going to continue down the path of giving them all this credit,” “Turn the tea party upside down!” he said. This coming from a man whose congressional career began after he was impeached from his Judgeship for taking a bribe of $150,000.

    Joining the members of the Congressional Black Caucus at one of their recent town hall meetings was the Reverend, Jesse Jackson of “Hymie-Town” fame, who also made some outrageous charges that White Tea Partiers were the ones opposing the civil rights movement led by Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. “The tea party is a new name on an old game,” he said. “Dr. King fought a ‘tea party’ in Alabama…He had no weapons, but he confronted the tea party.”

    Of course there was no tea party movement in Alabama when Dr King was alive, but Jesse Jackson, like his friend Al Sharpton, is not restricted by the facts. There is nothing like a phony, charlatan, opportunist preacher bearing false witness and trying to divide Americans by using that worn out old race card. But that is nothing new for Reverend “Hymie-Town” is it? Who is the real racist here?

    I believe the Rev. Jackson also needs a lesson in history. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a registered Republican. Why? Because from its founding in 1854 as the anti-slavery party, the Republican Party has been the party that has championed freedom and civil rights for Black people, not the Democrat party. The Democrat party is, as it always has been, the party of Slavery, Segregation, Secession and now Socialism.

    It was the Democrats who fought to keep blacks in slavery and passed the discriminatory Black Codes and the Jim Crow laws that Representative Andre Carson talked about, not the Republicans.

    It was the Democrats who started and supported the Ku Klux Klan and it was the Democrats who were involved in the lynching and terrorizing of Blacks, not the Republicans.

    The Democrat party has fought tooth and nail for most of their history to prevent the passage of every civil rights law beginning with the civil rights laws of the 1860’s, and they continued fighting the civil rights legislation into the 1950’s and 1960’s. Remember Senator Robert Byrd, the famous Democrat Senator from North Carolina who at one time was a Grand Cyclops in his local Klux Klux Klan chapter.

    What some of the members of the CBC seem to forget is that the tea party movement is made up of people from all races, ethnic backgrounds and political beliefs. What should bother most Americans, both Black and White, is that it appears that out of the 43 members of the Congressional Black Caucus, only one member has the guts to stand up and speak against the racist remarks made by some of its members.

    If a White member of congress said that the failing economy was caused by the actions of racist Black members of congress, White congressmen and women would be stepping over each other to express their outrage. Where is the outrage about these comments from the Black members of congress or President Obama? Why do they remain silent? Are they afraid to criticize a fellow Black politician because they would be called an Uncle Tom?

    Fortunately, Black members of the Tea party movement are standing up to be counted and are coming out against the remarks made by the CBC members. Rep. Allen West, the no-nonsense GOP congressman from Florida and the only Republican member of the Congressional Black Caucus, said he might even consider leaving the CBC after hearing the vitriolic, anti-White, anti-Tea Party language.

    Emery McClendon, an African-American from Fort Wayne, Indiana, who is among the most popular speakers at tea party events both in Indiana and nationally, said Carson and some of the other members of the CBC should apologize. “I’m the one who started the tea party here in Allen County,” McClendon said. “I have never in my career, and it’s been almost three years now that the tea party’s been in existence, experienced any form of racism or any form of any negative-type treatment from anybody. The negative treatment that I have received has been from basically my own people, other blacks, telling me that I’m wrong for being a part of it, but without having any type of reasoning or proof as to why I shouldn’t be a part of the Tea Party.”

    I wonder if the Democrat Party leadership, as part of their demented Election 2012 strategy, has given the green light to some Black Caucus members to hit the streets with their baseless, racist allegations against White people, while also calling for protest and resistance against the Tea Party movement. Is this what the Congressional Black Caucus is supposed to be about? Are certain CBC members deliberately trying to divide America along racial lines in the hopes that all hell breaks loose before the 2012 elections?

    Is this where these new Black “Flash Mobs” are getting their ideas from? As you may or may not know, violent Black ‘Flash Mobs’ have randomly and viciously attacked White people in several major cities and other locations throughout the country during 2011, with little or no national news attention given to these incidents. If there were violent White ‘Flash Mobs’ randomly and viciously attacking Black people throughout the country, it would surely have made the national news. Are these Black ‘Flash Mobs’ getting their ideas to hate White people from certain members of the Black Congressional Caucus?

    The vitriolic, anti-White, anti-Tea Party rhetoric coming from some members of the Congressional Black Caucus is right out of Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals.” Demonize the White members of congress and the Tea Party. Create a climate of fear, distrust and racial animosity that might lead to civil unrest, violence, rioting, racial hatred, and destruction so severe, that President Obama and the federal government will have to intervene in the name of national security, peace and order, and we will all suffer from a loss of our freedoms and perhaps our very liberty.

    The racist leaning members of the Congressional Black Caucus, as well as their Marxist friends and fellow travelers in our government, are keenly aware that the majority of Americans of every race and creed are waking up to what is happening in America. The people are becoming aware that they are being used as pawns by those in power and by those who seek power. The American people are beginning to find out about the globalist and socialist plans for America and they don’t like what they see and hear, so some members of the Congressional Black Caucus and similar race-based organizations must now ratchet it up a notch or two.

    Playing the race card is what these racist individuals always do when all other options run out. They haven’t been able to keep up the deception of the American people and a growing number of Americans, including an increasing number of Black Americans, are now resisting their socialist plans for the country. Apparently, it is now time for certain Black leaders to declare war on those outspoken, White racists and to try to shut their mouths once and for all by calling them racists. Calling White people ‘racists’ has always worked in the past, but as the members of the CBC will soon find out: “that old dog don’t hunt no more” and by their own words and actions, we now know who the real racists are!

    With the help of an increasing number of well-informed and courageous Black Americans who are now willing to speak out against the racial agenda-driven, establishment Black political leaders, America will be better able to move forward as one strong, freedom-loving movement without separating ourselves into different hyphenated racial groups.

    Together, Americans from all races and creeds will continue on our journey to restore our Republic and leave future generations of Americans a legacy of individual freedom and liberty, a first class, non-government run education system, a clean environment, a strong and sovereign America with an honest, limited, constitutional government that will offer unlimited opportunities for their future.

  • Babs

    THIS ADMINISTRATION has used racialism to divert attention from their agenda. And in most cases succeeded in creating and fanning the fire of bigotry. It saddens me to see the self-proclaimed “Great Uniter” do the exact opposite and further “Divide” our country this past 3 years. The trojan horse is on our shores again. Except this time it didn’t have to travel across an ocean to get here. It is one of the few things MADE IN THE U.S.A.

  • Veteran29

    You know voting for someone because of their race is as racist as voting against someone because of their race, I think the blacks by and large need to read and comprehend that statement. It’s simply mindnumbing that here you have B. Hussein Obama that basically throws the black culture under the bus for their votes back in 2008, and they will still walk off a cliff in support of this clown Obama. Because it’s not about Obamas policies (lack thereof), it’s about what the guy looks like to most blacks. It’s about nothing more than the blacks being able to say that a “black guy” occupied the white house, and that’s truly sad that race takes the place of what’s best for the country policy wise. I’ll bet if you’d ask most blacks if they would support Herman Cain or Congressman Allen West for president most of them probably wouldn’t. These two men have more policy and real world experience in their pinky fingers than Obama has in his whole body. But for some oddball reason black and democrat seems to happen every time it’s time to vote, and neither one of these men are democrats.

  • Interloper

    Go ahead and piss us off and youll find out how much political clout 11% of the population is espically since most of that is IN JAIL!!!!!

  • Interloper

    How typical just look at him!!!

  • Interloper

    What is up with fredrica wilsons Hat? Does she have ringworm or is she just a conehead?

  • Tpartywarrior

    Rep. Allen West speaks using common sense. Rep. Maxine Waters speaks using no sense. The people that elect her have no brains.
    Keep up the great work Rep. West.

  • Arlene Charest

    Rep. Allen West deserves our respect and admiration. He is a gentleman all the time, and that must be very difficult when he is attacked by “his own people” — which I hate to say because we are all ONE PEOPLE, “Americans” and it so far past the time when these distinctions should just be dropped.

    Perry is my choice, at this time, but Rep. West would make a fine V.P.

  • EL CID

    Barack HUSSEIN OBAMA will be remembered in history, not as the first african-american president, but as the first ANTI-AMERICAN (Jeremiah Wright style, Louise Farrakon admirerer), SOCIALIST and muzlim trained and fathered president.

    Only in America can a community organizer with no business experience and limited governmente experience, not to mention NO PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION experience, become the ‘leader’ of the most powerful nation in the world, to lead her into her own destruction.


  • CaptTurbo

    I think West’s comment to and about the Congressional Black Circus was good but I would have rather seen him remove himself from that racist cesspool altogether.

    These people are pure to the bone racists and can not be swayed to lines of decent thought. Beyond that they are Communists. A real cancer eating away at an already wounded country.