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Tea Party Leader Called Out for Terribly Racist Joke Being Told at Parties


Tea Party Leader Called Out for Terribly Racist Joke Being Told at Parties

A member of the Arkansas Tea Party made a joke at an event that some have considered to be quite racist.  Actually, the joke is racist.   It is so racist, in fact, that the Tea Party leaders in the state have condemned the remarks by Inge Marler entirely.

Believe it or not, the joke is actually used as an ice breaker at Tea Party functions.

“A black kid asks his mom, ‘Mama, what’s a democracy?’

“‘Well, son, that be when white folks work every day so us po’ folks can get all our benefits.’

 “‘But mama, don’t the white folk get mad about that?’

 “‘They sho do, son. They sho do. And that’s called racism.’”


Other right wingers say that they are tired of being called racist for asking President Obama to show his birth certificate as a requirement for being president.

“I have heard our side of the aisle called racist and xenophobic, I am tired of it,” Missouri Rep. Wanda Brown (R-Lincoln) said. “There is nothing wrong with asking the president of the United States for his birth certificate. I am tired of being called racist.”

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  1. Chris

    June 16, 2012 at 8:00 pm

    Given the predisposition that the Tea Party in which it was created, this should come as no surprise. In all honesty, I’m uncertain as to why the Tea Party is still relevant in the way the economy is being run because in all honesty, if POTUS Obama was given the freedom to do what was needed to be done with the economy, there wouldn’t be as much trouble with that as there is now. I know that there are quite a bit or republicans that don’t want to go down in history as letting the Black man recover the country. That would be their worst nightmare.

  2. Juan

    June 18, 2012 at 4:57 pm

    Great POV Chris.

  3. Gerald

    June 23, 2012 at 7:44 am

    that’s like the devil saying stop calling me a devil. REALLY!!!!

  4. Tracey

    August 5, 2012 at 4:31 am

    I feel Chris is right. Isn’t strange that the day our president took office, the tea party started forming. He hadn’t had a chance to rest from being swarn in and the Tea Party started. It was started to get him out of office just because of his skin color.
    He hadn’t made his first speech. There hasn’t been any other president that had this much hatred, and that was after they were in office for a while. People have always had disagreements with the government and yet there were no Tea Partys formed. Hmmm I wonder why. Rasism is everywhere for the African American,

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