When it was first brought to my attention that the NAACP had used their bully pulpit to condemn the Tea Party movement in one of its first acts of its national convention, branding those who associate themselves with it as racist, I laughed at the absolute duplicity of it. I asked myself, "at what point did the Tea Party movement become such a threat to the coffers of the NAACP that they felt the need to fire a broadside salvo against them?"Read the whole thing.
Sunday, July 18, 2010
Martin Baker, a Republican candidate for Missouri's First Congressional District, has released a statement to the NAACP: