Samuel L. Jackson: Tea Party Is Racist

By:  R. Cort Kirkwood
10/07/2011
       
Samuel L. Jackson: Tea Party Is Racist

Hollywood actor Samuel L. Jackson has issued his opinion: The Tea Party is racist. In his assessment, he follows other stars of the silver screen such as Morgan Freeman, Jon Hamm, and Janeane Garofalo, as well as a former top executive of National Public Radio and members of the American Political Science Association and the Congressional Black Caucus.

Jackson, who convincingly played a racist in Lakeview Terrace, has now spoken: All tea party members are racists who oppose Obama’s policies not because they continue 75 years of globalist lefitsm, but simply because the President is black.

What Jackson Thinks

Jackson commented on the Tea Party after New York magazine asked him what he thought of the Washington Post’s article labeling Rick Perry as a racist. The Post divulged that Perry’s family once held a lease on a hunting lodge whose entrance was adorned with a rock bearing the word “N*****head.” Perry’s father painted over the offensive slur, but that didn’t matter to the Post, which tracked down a variety of “sources” whose recollection of the rock and what the Perrys did about it seemed a bit vague.

Hollywood actor Samuel L. Jackson (photo) has issued his opinion: The Tea Party is racist. In his assessment, he follows other stars of the silver screen such as Morgan Freeman, Jon Hamm, and Janeane Garofalo, as well as a former top executive of National Public Radio and members of the American Political Science Association and the Congressional Black Caucus.

Jackson, who convincingly played a racist in Lakeview Terrace, has now spoken: All tea party members are racists who oppose Obama’s policies not because they continue 75 years of globalist lefitsm, but simply because the President is black.

What Jackson Thinks
Jackson commented on the Tea Party after New York magazine asked him what he thought of the Washington Post’s article labeling Rick Perry as a racist. The Post divulged that Perry’s family once held a lease on a hunting lodge whose entrance was adorned with a rock bearing the word “N*****head.” Perry’s father painted over the offensive slur, but that didn’t matter to the Post, which tracked down a variety of “sources” whose recollection of the rock and what the Perrys did about it seemed a bit vague.

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