In CA-36, Democrat Calls For Blanket Condemnation Of Stunning New Web Ad.
Initially, businessman Craig Huey, a tea party Republican, did not respond to a request for comment. Neither did the Los Angeles County GOP. Eventually, Huey's campaign manager stated, "If I could wave a magic wand and take it down, I would.
The video was created by Turn Right USA PAC.
Tea Party Nationalism: A Critical Examination of The Tea Party Movement and the Size, Scope and Focus of its National Factions
is a new study that released today, just two weeks before the US midterm elections, by The Institute for Research & Education on Human Rights
(IREHR). Sponsored by the NAACP, it reports that the Tea Party movement
is “permeated with concerns about race” and has “given platform to anti-Semites, racists and bigots.” [more inside]
Late Night Shots
is an "invitation-only" social networking site for elite GOP youth of Washington, DC that the late Steve Gilliard
mockingly described as "the best and whitest."
The Wonkette blog has devoted an entire section
to the site that documents Late Night Shots' racism
, date rape
, anti-Islamic prejudice
, and incest with second cousins
, at least until Wonkette's editor
started getting invited to their parties. The founder of Late Night Shots, Reed Landry
, plans to take his networking site to other cities, but even though Wonkette has lost interest, the Washington City Paper has attracted scrutiny to the site again with a juicy new exposé
BLACK MAN #1: "If you make a little mistake with one of your 'hos,' you'll want to dispose of that problem tout suite, no questions asked."
BLACK MAN #2: "That's too cold. I don't snuff my own seed."
BLACK MAN #1: "Maybe you do have a reason to vote Republican."
Holy mackerel! Republican issue ad woos black voters with modern versions of Amos 'n' Andy
talking about knocked up "hos". Yo bettah votes fo' Kingfish!