Rep. Andre Carson (D-Plantation) made the following accusations about members of the Tea Party movement:
“Some of these folks in Congress 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 … hanging on a tree,” Carson said, according to the audio.
Correction, you bleating buttskate, the only one we’d like to see hanging on a tree (after due process, of course), is you. And not because of the color of your skin, we couldn’t care less about that if we spent 8 years working on a doctorate in Not Giving a Shit™ at Indifferent U, but rather several counts of Felony Aggravated Ignorance, you simpering sack of slimy snake sperm.
And it’s hanging from a tree, you imbecile. Is English your fifth language, perchance?
P.S.: The Bank of Arguments would like to talk to you about the overdraft on your Race Card.
But was that stupid enough for this utter waste of human (we assume) spermatozoa? Oh no:
On Wednesday, Carson told CNN he stood by those remarks. “Well, I wasn’t talking about the entire tea party.
Care to specify who, exactly, you were talking about, you weaselly wanker? We thought not.
I think the tea party is absolutely right when they call for increased transparency in government, when they call for a cutback on excessive government spending. I am deeply concerned about some elements of the tea party who are extremist and who have reflected a mentality going back to the John Birch society, going back to George Wallace’s Dixiecrats,” Carson said.
And who might those prominent Tea Partiers be, pray tell? Because we know of no one, and we would very much like to have them pointed out to us, if they indeed exist, so we can promptly and mercilessly ridicule, mock and purge them. You see, unlike your National Socialist Democrat Workers’ Party, we actually like to keep our ranks clean.
Oh, we forgot. You’re not about to be specific. It’s hard to make a coherent and intelligent charge when your parents threw you out and raised the afterbirth instead.
Carson said he believes the vitriolic political environment has encouraged increased attacks on minority groups.
You “believe?” You know, that sort of thing really belongs in church, and with your particular beliefs, we’re reasonably sure that it’s a church we wouldn’t want to belong to. It wouldn’t be Jeremiah Wright’s, by any chance?
So point out some of those vicious “attacks on minority groups”, why don’t you? Oh, you can’t? Well isn’t that precious, you fuckbrained fuckstick?
And earlier Wednesday, Jason Tomsci, a Carson aide, said the congressman’s sentiments were valid. “Members of the tea party are holding up a lot of things that the president wants to do and want to gut critical services and programs that they know are important to African Americans as well as Latinos and other minorities,” Tomsci said.
So you’re saying that only programs important to Whitey should be cut because programs important to minorities are so very much more important than anything else?
Who’s the racist again?
“There have been elements who have expressed, that have expressed deep hostilities toward African Americans, Latinos, immigrants as well, so I am concerned about those elements that are taking us off-track as a country,” Carson said.
There you go again with your unnamed, unspecified “elements” without a scintilla of proof to back up your allegations.
You do realize that every flap of your gums leaves you looking even more retarded than you already are, don’t you?
Carson said he was not regretful or in need of apologizing. “I stand on the truth of what I spoke,” he said.
Talk about being precariously perched then, seeing as how you have yet to demonstrate any sort of truth in your hateful, libelous accusations.
“My intentions weren’t to hurt anyone or any group.
No better way to avoid that than to call an entire group of people a lynch mob of murderous racists.
Black people are dumb, ig’nant, welfare-sucking, criminal leeches who would like to rape white children to death and hang them from trees.
Can we all please agree that the above sentence is some of the most vile, disgusting crap that ever disgraced the Internet?
If we add, as a qualifier, that of course we weren’t talking about all black people, just some which we refuse to name, and we certainly didn’t mean to hurt anyone or any group, does that make that sentence any less disgusting? If so, why not?
Care to elaborate, Representative Dumbfuck?
I wanted to speak to the issues that concern me and the philosophical issues that concern me as it relates to certain leadership within the tea party organization, not the entire tea party, but certain elements that have concerned me deeply and for quite some time that I think should really re-evaluate what it means to be an American and we shouldn’t go along the path of taking America back to the ‘good old days’ because those days were not good for everyone.”
Roll it up, wrap it in razor wire, shove it up your arsehole and rotate on it for a few hours.
Be specific. Name names, provide proof or go take a flying fuck at a rolling donut, you sad, miserable excuse for a human being and poster boy for retroactive abortion.