The Tea Party members say their anger has nothing to do with racism. Well, if their issues are big government, big deficits and corporate bailouts as they suggest, why all the anger now? Why not aim the fury at the people who created our recession and debt? Why not direct their fury at Ronald Reagan, George W. Bush and the Republicans who created trillions of dollars of national debt? Why no anger against George W. Bush for drastically increasing the size of government with his Department of Homeland Security? Why no fury against George W. Bush for bailing out Wall Street? Why the belief that President Obama was not born in the U.S.? Why did no one demand to see Ronald Reagans, George H.W. Bushs and George W. Bushs birth certificates? And why were they so willing to look the other way when Richard The Dick Cheney was allowed to skirt the Constitutional prohibition on the President and Vice-President being residents of the same state by claiming Wyoming as his residence instead of Texas where he actually lived?
What has this President done to generate such anger?
Since taking office, he has brought the nation out of the worst economic times since the Great Depression. Since taking office, he has actually lowered taxes. Indeed, taxes have rarely been lower. Since taking office, President Obama has rebuilt our relationships and stature with all of our allies. He has rid the world of more nuclear weapons to protect us from terrorism. He has certainly not tried to ban guns as the Tea Party suggests. As a matter of fact, he signed a bill permitting guns in National Parks, an act that prompted the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence to give Obama an F with regard to gun control issues.
Then why the Tea Party claims that President Obama is un-American, a Socialist, a Communist and a Nazi?
What is so unique about this President to generate so much anger and hate? Hmmm, let me think … maybe it has to do with the fact that he is part Irish. No? Well, it certainly couldnt be that he is half African-American. That would be racist, wouldnt it?