Anti-Obama Billboard Shows Tea Party’s Racist Depravity

October 13, 2010


5 Responses to “Anti-Obama Billboard Shows Tea Party’s Racist Depravity”

  1. L. Robinson on October 13th, 2010 3:04 pm

    This idiotic stuff is so prevalent these days. True indications of mental illness in the Tea Party ranks beyond the basic racism. I think it is time for progressives to use a page out of the thew Tea Bagger playbook just to watch them get all hypocritical when liberals use the same language they do. We should start a campaign in the liberal blogosphere where we all start saying if the Tea Party continues to make such traitorous ads, signs and comments about the legally elected President of the United States, that we may have to resort to our “Second Amendment Rights.” And in contrast to their obvious treasonable talk about the same, we can point out that we would be acting as TRUE Patriots since we would be defending a democratically elected President.

  2. Old Man Dotes on October 13th, 2010 6:39 pm

    I am damned glad I no longer live in Grand Junction – or Colorado at all, for that matter. The place seems to be filled with racist bigots.

  3. Hillbilly on October 13th, 2010 7:17 pm

    L R..I have used their own rhetoric back at seems to make them pop buttons and fuses and they start screamin and cryin like a spoiled child who does not get his way.

  4. km on October 21st, 2010 9:58 pm

    Yeah. The racism sucks. Kinda last century. But listen, if you can get a tougher hide, and look a bit at the message, I get what they’re trying to say. I voted for this guy, believing his lies, just like every other politician before him. I’m not making that mistake again. He said he’d pull the troops out, and he puts more in. His pals in Goldman Sucks have gutted our country and people can fool themselves all they want, but we’re in a DEPRESSION, and it’s getting worse by the day. And when I found out that his biggest purse-payer during the campaign was BP and that he has stocks in Nalco, who makes the ‘Corexit’ that’s poisoning our southern region beyond repair, well I’ve had it. How many women wanted to vote for Hillary, just because she’s a woman? How many of us voted for Obama, because he’s ‘black like me’? There’s ALWAYS going to be something. ‘W’ was a redneck.

    Here’s what we need to do: FORGET about the race aspect of bigotry, the FAR WORSE problem is CLASSISM!! There IS a war on ‘WE THE PEOPLE’ of EVERY color and creed. Until we realize that these people, WHOEVER they are, do NOT have our best interests at heart, and profit from the suffering of others in lower classes, then we will NEVER rise above the limitations of our baser human behaviours.

    Thank you.

  5. GMarcus on April 16th, 2011 9:42 pm

    Gee, Billboard Artist, you wanted to represent Obama in an unflattering light, but your caricatures of him bear no resemblance to him at all. You’re not a very skilled artist. Plus your picture is too busy. Maybe you are not talented enough to work outside of a Red State hermetically-sealed low-talent area.

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