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December 17, 2013

Dana Loesch Destroys Democrat Race-Baiter On Hannity (Video)

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Via TPN:

Conservative talk radio host and contributor at TheBlaze, Dana Loesch, appeared on Hannity last night in a segment entitled, The Language of the Left. The topic was the left's obsession with repeating false racist accusations against the Tea Party. Race-baiting Democrat Party hack, Richard Fowler failed miserably, when challenged by Loesch, to provide any true examples of racism in the Tea Party movement, then in utterly confusion and frustration, attempted to (sort of) backtrack by saying he wasn't really calling the Tea Party movement as a whole racist, but that it was a "bastion" of racism.

"A 'bastion' of racism"? Without a single example of racism in the Tea Party Movement?


Christie_Ron_150.jpgAs Ron Christie noted at The Daily Beast today, in referring to the MSNBC piece, 'the skirmish' underscores the new normal in Democratic thinking: If you disagree with Obama, you must be racist. That's damaging our cultural fabric:

[...] The rise of the Tea Party in 2010 was about taking our country back. Not back from the country's first elected African-American president but back from an arrogant, out-of-touch group of Washington, D.C., politicians who repeatedly ignored their constituents' warnings about the massive expansion of federal government spending. Despite widespread opposition to the whimsically named Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Democrats rammed the bill through both chambers of Congress without a single Republican vote.

The manner in which Obamacare became law is remarkable when one compares it to the passage of many of President Johnson's Great Society programs. The Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and Medicare in 1965 were passed with strong bipartisan votes in the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate.

Thirty-five years later, Tea Party groups emerged in cities and states across the nation as a direct result of President Obama and congressional Democrats’ desire to impose their will on the American people by creating the largest new government entitlement since 1965 on a partisan vote.

Read the whole piece here.

Posted by Hyscience at December 17, 2013 9:35 PM



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