nomad7 
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Re: “The NAACP condemns Tea Party, ignores Godwin's Law

For someone who doesn't care, you have alot of opinions on how things should be done, what's not working, and what the significant changes should be. More, I'm not sure if you got the memo, but it's not just the black community that Mr. Obama is responsible for leading in the "right direction", but the entire country. Sure, the tea partiers have been around for a while, but such would suggest that a certain degree of wisdom and political decorum has been acquired. Which in this case is highly laughable. I mean, how seriously can you take a political entity that would degrade to such distortions to get a point across? This is not Nazi Germany, the comparison between Obama and Hitler is preposterous, and noone should hold up emblems of Holocaust suffering unless they have been directly affected by it. It's an unforgivable insult to those who have. Maybe, you should stick to what you do best and exercise a little consistency for a change. You say you don't care? Well, that's good to know, because your opinion is largely based on generalizations and seems to have it's roots planted in the shallow soil of the latest right wing rants. Thanks for the shot at caring, but we'll pass.

Posted by nomad7 on July 14, 2010 at 12:20 PM

Re: “The NAACP condemns Tea Party, ignores Godwin's Law

As difficult as it is to ignore such blatantly crude and distorted comparisons when it comes to politics and the healthy, albeit, sometimes askewed dissent of the American public, I think it unwise for the NAACP to lend any more media attention to groups whose agendas thrive off publicity be it positive or negative, than is already afforded. Aren't there bigger fish to fry, afterall? Extremist propaganda is only potent when it is taken seriously, and those wise enough to remember the lesson of Bush and the war on terror remember that. There will always be criticism toward our elected public officials, and rightly so. But, to attach anymore importance to the opinion of a single group, however volitile, is simply giving them what they want. An attentive audience. Sometimes, there is a reason for the "lone voice crying in the wilderness". It's because we've heard that song before and have moved on.

Posted by nomad7 on July 14, 2010 at 11:26 AM
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