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April 18, 2009
A question for Garofalo (updated)
There's a very simple question that, should someone in the media should ask Janeane Garofalo the next time she's a guest on their program. I'd gladly donate to their favorite charity if they do.
Here's that question:
"Ms. Garofalo, if somebody on the political right disagrees with America's first black president and calls him a socialist, you claim that critic is a 'racist redneck.' If somebody is on the political left and disagrees with the first African-American Chairman of the RNC and calls him 'self-loathing,' you say that critic is a 'progressive.' Do you believe that a white person deciding which blacks deserve protection and which don't is not a form of racism?"
Sure, Garofalo would come up with a wacky response that would make sense to her whiffle-headed target audience, but I'd at least like to see the question asked.
Update -- Lloyd Marcus adds:
Ms Garafalo, HOW DARE YOU! Calling hard working, decent American taxpayers 'racist tea bagging rednecks' simply because they protest outrageous government spending is evil.
Your irresponsible divisive accusation fuels the flames of racial hatred and could inspire violence against whites.
Your arrogance in saying that I suffer from “Stockholm Syndrome” because I am a black man who loves his country and my fellow Americans is beyond measure.
I can not begin to express how offensive it is for me to hear narcissistic superior liberals lecturing me on why I should view myself as a victim and hate white America. You are sick, evil or both.
As a black man, I ask that you please confine your liberal insulting rhetoric on my behalf to your elitist cocktail parties where you pat yourselves on the back for the number of blacks on your guest list.
The American people are good. Obama was elected president, NOT King. We have a right and duty to protest against policies we believe to be wrong for America. Why? Because freedom isn't free!
Your despicable lies only embolden us patriots to stand tall, united, and strong for America.
Lloyd Marcus, Songwriter & Vocalist of the “American Tea Party Anthem”.
President, NAACPC (National Association for the Advancement of Conservative People of