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Jay Tea's Evil Thought Of The Day

The Obama regime's decision to drop the New Black Panther Party voter intimidation case -- which they said was unwinnable after it was already won -- could have some very entertaining fallout. From both their public statements and reports of what has been said behind the scenes, we are getting a picture of how the Obama/Holder Justice Department sees issues of propriety at the polls.

For one, it's no big deal for people to show up and station themselves outside polling places while loudly proclaiming their political allegiance and preferences, even if it includes implied threats against others.

For another, black people will not be prosecuted for voter intimidation. Because historically black people have been the victims of these tactics, they're to be given a chance to "pay it back."

So, here's my thought. Let's have a fund raiser and buy this guy a ticket from Arizona to Philadelphia this November.

Won't that be entertaining?


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or we could all just grab a... (Below threshold)
Justrand:

or we could all just grab a nighttstick, don a police-like uniform, and go intimidate people outside a polling place this November.

Sauce for the goose...

Two race-related posts in a... (Below threshold)
Lee Ward:

Two race-related posts in a row for Jay Tea. Seems like folks around here just can't get their minds off of race and ethnicity.

It's a recent trend, started when a black man got into the white house. Now issues after issue raised around here is race-based.

Well Lee if we didn't have ... (Below threshold)
P. Bunyan:

Well Lee if we didn't have such a racist, bigot in the Whitehouse these topics would be irrelevant. I know as a left wing extremist yourself, you think racism is o.k. as long as it's directed against white people, but you're wrong.

Racism is always wrong.

well gee, Lee, when the Pre... (Below threshold)
Justrand:

well gee, Lee, when the President and Attorney General of the United States conspire to NOT prosecute hate crimes and voter inimidation where the perp is BLACK...then it is THEY who are making RACE the focus of our society and its laws.

Me? I'm with Martin Luther King...solidly. Always have been.

Lee, Or maybe, som... (Below threshold)
howcome:

Lee,

Or maybe, someone can kill all of the cracker babies so you can live in a beautiful chocolate world run by the magic negro.

Jay Tea,

Just ban the boring Lee. He used to be somewhat entertaining now he is just a complete bore.

Yup, I'm SUCH a racist, by ... (Below threshold)

Yup, I'm SUCH a racist, by talking about giving money to a black man.

Leave it to Lee to stick up for the psycho genocidal racist Black Panther...

J.

Lee,If it wasn't f... (Below threshold)
Rich:

Lee,

If it wasn't for the race related stuff....you would have nothing to say. Maybe you should thank JT

Impeach Lee Ward Wright and... (Below threshold)
914:

Impeach Lee Ward Wright and live in a race free thread zone.

"For another, black peop... (Below threshold)
914:

"For another, black people will not be prosecuted for voter intimidation. Because historically black people have been the victims of these tactics, they're to be given a chance to "pay it back."

Why use intimidation? Besides being ghetto thugs that is. There's got to be plenty of dead votes to get the socialists over the top. Must just be in thier blood.

They told me that if I vote... (Below threshold)
jim m:

They told me that if I voted for McCain that we would have a DOJ that choose to enforce the law based on the race of the defendant and they were right!

#10Hahaahahahahaha... (Below threshold)
914:

#10

Hahaahahahahahaha

Rev Lee Ward Wright<p... (Below threshold)
retired military:

Rev Lee Ward Wright

Here let me save you trouble.

Republicans were against giving black people airline tickets before a black man became president.

Hey, Lee, what "race" was I... (Below threshold)

Hey, Lee, what "race" was I discussing in my piece about the Obama regime's attack on Arizona? If you don't like the federal law on immigration, lobby to get it changed.

Oh, I forgot two things. 1) You don't have a problem with the law; you have a problem with ENFORCING the law. 2) You don't EVER advocate for anything, you just attack.

Silly me.

J.

Reve Lee Ward Wright<... (Below threshold)
retired military:

Reve Lee Ward Wright

"Seems like folks around here just can't get their minds off of race and ethnicity."

"It's a recent trend, started when a black man got into the white house. Now issues after issue raised around here is race-based."


a. This is a recent event. We do discuss recent events around here.

b. What is racist in what JT Suggested other than in your own sick and twisted mind.

c. I seem to recall you writing post after post about Obama using the race card during the primaries. Since Obama made the race card an issue why is it not fair to talk about it?

d. For once cant you pull your head out of your ass and stop with the stupid comments. Wait, that's the answer. Since you head is up your ass all you see is black and the smell is so bad that you think that is the way the world is.

See here is some of Rev Lee ward Wrights comments on race when Hillary was in the race against Obama (Take NOTE that Hillary is white)

The problem Obama faces is simple but stark: in announcing his bid for the White House, the junior Senator from Illinois promised a "new kind of politics" built around a post-racial and, to a lesser degree, a post-partisan unity and harmony.

What will happen next? We'll see Obama give a speech, then deflect press inquiries in the weeks that follow and not answer follow-up questions by claiming that he's "already answered all of the questions," and adding that he "hopes race will no longer be a dividing aspect in American politics

Guess you didnt pay attention to that speech Rev Lee Ward Wright.

Obama's Race Speech: A Bridge Too Short
Posted by Lee Ward

Think about it: can you imagine any Presidential candidate, in any context, describing anyone as a "typical black person?" Or a "typical Asian person?" Worse, what Obama said was that the "typical white person" views others of different races with fear and suspicion. Obama appears to be digging himself in deeper and deeper.


Gee Rev Lee Ward WRight. Shall I go on?

Yet you wish to ping JT about a recent news event.


BTW Folks.Remember... (Below threshold)
retired military:

BTW Folks.

Remember that Rev Lee Ward Wright views Obama as a centrist. Rev Lee Ward Wright has stated on numerous occasions that Obama is not far enough left for him.

Think about that one.

"Seems like folks around he... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

"Seems like folks around here just can't get their minds off of race and ethnicity."

And this from the guy who plays the 'race card' ever change he gets.

First I would like to remin... (Below threshold)
WildWillie:

First I would like to remind everyone that Lee Ward has the moniker of "Lying Lee". For years he lied on most comments and called everyone else liars. Now he is using race so I guess it is time to call him "Racist Lee" to keep up with his behavior.

There is a video clip I saw of this black panther guy in question speaking on the street using a megaphone proclaiming that if black people want freedom they have to kill some white people and their babies. Of course Lee Ward likes these kinds of individuals.

My wife and I were discussing this last night. We conclude that it is always the small issues that go unanswered by the presidents that lead to their downfall. Obama is mute of this when he should try to get ahead of it but he has let too much time pass. Now Obama is looking like he actually did listen to the teachings of Rev. Wright. ww

Willie, that would be the v... (Below threshold)

Willie, that would be the video my colleague Rick posted earlier today, and I linked to his article...

J.

Here Rev Lee Ward Wright</p... (Below threshold)
retired military:

Here Rev Lee Ward Wright

Let me save you the trouble.

Rev Lee Ward Wright was against killing cracker babies before a black man was in the White House.

Jay buddy... this ain't evi... (Below threshold)
Rick:

Jay buddy... this ain't evil... this is logical...

Nicely done...

"Two race-related posts in ... (Below threshold)
Hank:

"Two race-related posts in a row for Jay Tea. Seems like folks around here just can't get their minds off of race and ethnicity.
It's a recent trend, started when a black man got into the white house. Now issues after issue raised around here is race-based."

No, we're just trying to follow the lead of Eric Holder. Wouldn't want us to be a "nation of cowards" after all.

Hey Rev Lee Ward Wright. W... (Below threshold)
retired military:

Hey Rev Lee Ward Wright. Which President was the biggest racist of all.

FDR, he imprisoned hundreds of thousands of Americans for no crime simply because of their race.

He was a demorat as well.

Jay TeaYou should ... (Below threshold)
retired military:

Jay Tea

You should write about the last time we saw blatant voter intimidation at the polls prior to 2008. I think it was in the 60s when the democrat sheriff used dogs to keep blacks away from polling places.

Holder and Obama decide to NOT prosecute blacks for voter intimidation. Imagine the outcry if Bush had decided to NOT prosecute whites for voter intimidation.

My personal definition of r... (Below threshold)
Burt:

My personal definition of racism would include a regulation that would tax only light skinned people. Seems that the ten percent tax on tanning beds would qualify.

"My personal definition ... (Below threshold)
Lee Ward:

"My personal definition of racism would include a regulation that would tax only light skinned people. Seems that the ten percent tax on tanning beds would qualify."

Lol. That's a great line. I'll use that over at Daily Kos. White people at Wizbang proclaiming the tanning tax is discriminatory. I love it.

I think Kos would be a grea... (Below threshold)
Jim Addison:

I think Kos would be a great place for you, Lee, among all the other terrorist supporters and America-haters.

It's just amazing that JT is still amused by keeping you around. After a while, most tire of your pathetic monotone.

Rev Lee Ward Wright<p... (Below threshold)
retired military:

Rev Lee Ward Wright

Do you also tell your Kos Kiddies that you feel that Obama is not qualified to be president, that he plays the race card, that he is an inferior candidate to lily white Hillary? Or would that get you thrown out of the club.


In ref to the tanning tax. ... (Below threshold)
retired military:

In ref to the tanning tax. Would a tax on Afrosheen be discriminatory.

Why is it that over 99% of the folks who use tanning beds are white and Rev Lee Ward WRight claims that it isnt racist but when over 90% of the illegal population is Hispanic then Rev Lee Ward WRight proclaims any action taken against the illegal immigrant commmunity is racist?

Once again the Rev Lee Ward WRight shows his double standard.

Apparently far too many mem... (Below threshold)
OLDPUPPYMAX:

Apparently far too many members of the Wizbang reading audience are too OLD to have been exposed to, and therefore properly indoctrinated by, today's modern NEA "educators." Otherwise we would all KNOW that only WHITES can be racists! Those charming poll "security" officers in Philly--you know, the ones with the jackboots and nightsticks--were BLACK and therefore lifelong victims of the evil, slave owning white man. And as "victims" of racism, they can't possibly BE racists themselves. Had we older folks not wasted all of those school years learning math and English rather than the truly important things--like how to put a condom on a cucumber....Damn. I wonder if there's anybody I can SUE!!!

Thanks JT. I have been read... (Below threshold)
WildWillie:

Thanks JT. I have been reading alot of articles and seeing some video about this. Sometimes it is hard to keep where I saw or read what in order. ww

Interesting that James H, w... (Below threshold)
Kenny:

Interesting that James H, who has posted many times of his worries that the Arizona Illegal Immigration law MIGHT lead to racial profiling and discrimination; and yet is silent when presented with facts of ACTUAL racial discrimination carried out by the government.

Jay, you were right, James H here does give us an interesting look into the mind of a liberal.

If the people discriminated against are of the 'wrong' group (white votors), then discrimination is OK, if the people potentially being discriminated against (legal hispanic immigrants) are the 'right' group, then discrimination is wrong.

I guess I'm just wrong to think that ALL discrimination is bad. Damn silly conservative that I am.



A clear example of the hypocrisy of the Democrats.





I also note the absence of comments by ryan a and Tina S, i'm curious what comments they would make on this matter.

Lee Ward, mantis, and the rest of the knee-jerk lefties have already shown that whatever the Obama administration does, It's OK with them.

Given that it isn't illegal... (Below threshold)
Sean Sorrentino:

Given that it isn't illegal to Open Carry a firearm in a polling place, I don't see how this would be a problem. Make sure that he has a some sort of carry license that is valid in PA, because in Philly you have to have a license to carry at all. In the rest of the State, OC is legal without a license.

This Guy = Mark Levin?... (Below threshold)
Saterp:

This Guy = Mark Levin?

Works for me...

Oh my, Lee Ward has resurfa... (Below threshold)
DaveD:

Oh my, Lee Ward has resurfaced. Lee, speaking of racist comments must retired military re-list the comments you made about Obama prior to Hillary losing the nomination?

My question is this:... (Below threshold)
Sky Captain:

My question is this:
Whyinthehell isn't Lee Wuss banned after the racist personal attack in comment #2?

SKy CaptianTHe onl... (Below threshold)
retired military:

SKy Captian

THe only reason I can figure that Rev Lee Ward Wright isnt banned yet is that Jay Tea has some sort of pity on the site fool that we cant see.

Personally I am willing to start taking up a fund drive to donate to Wizbang if they do ban him.





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