Obama NAACP Lost Racist Media Civil War Against Tea Party   Leave a comment

Monday the White House, NAACP, and the Department Of Agriculture freaked out over two video clips posted on an Internet blog showing Shirley Sherrod; who was the state director of rural development in Georgia addressing a NAACP sponsored event for it’s members telling them how she in passed years  handled a poor White farmer in need of saving his farm. In the video clips, Shirley Sherrod used racist, bigoted words describing how she dealt with the White farmer at first. In the rest of the video she tells how she learned race did not matter when people need help.
 
NAACP President Benjamin Jealous said Shirley Sherrod, who is African American should be fired. Then Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said she was fired and the Obama White House supported his decision.
 
CNN went to death-com one to find out who Shirley Sherrod was, how to contact her and find the White farmer. CNN called Shirley putting her on air live asking her what was going on. Shirley said the White  House wanted her resignation or she would be fired, they said I was going to be on the Glenn Beck show.
 
Shirley went on to say she was driving home at the time she received four phone calls from Cheryl Cook, the federal USDA rural development undersecretary. The last call from Cheryl she “asked me to pull to the side of the road and do it, resign,” she said. The Obama, White House is standing firm that they did not pressure Shirley Sherrod for her resignation. It was the secretary’s decision, as he has said.
 
Glean Beck’s Monday show did not air any reports about Shirley Sherrod or the videos, on his Tuesday show Beck said Shirley Sherrod firing was wrong. The NAACP owned and had a copy of the video tap that has caused all this racist blowout, they themselves did not teke the time to review their our full copy of the tape before throwing Shirley Sherrod under the bus as did the Obama White House. Yet, the NAACP released a statement saying they were snookered by Fox New. That’s the blame game at it’s best, don’t let the facts get the way.           
 
Shirley Sherrod is an Obama political appointee, anyone believing the White House did not have a say in Shirley resigning would have to live in the land of OZ. Yet, CNN and other national news groups seem to work in zombie-land and believe whatever the White House puts out. From Monday till Wednesday CNN had Shirley Sherrod in almost lock-down at their Atlanta news headquarters or a reporter with her everywhere she went. Some think CNN may have more information as to a White House involvement and for some reasons  are not reporting the connections name. White House press secretary Gibbs is saying he has no idea who from the White House staff corresponded with the Department Of Agriculture.
 
All that’s being said now is a White House liaison person “No name given” working within the Department Of  Agriculture dealt with the Shirley Sherrod issue and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack. All Vilsack is saying about the issue is, it was his decision. This issue is not over by no means no matter who wants it to go away.
 
The NAACP did not ask Tea Party leaders to come to their Kansas City meeting this past weekend and discuss any issues they had with the group. Instead the NAACP went to the national media saying they were going to draft a resolution they knew would smear the Tea Party as a racist group leading up to the November election. The NAACP resolution was basic and had no real facts backing it up in calling on the Tea Party to expel any racist or fringe groups in it ranks. In going after the Tea Party all the NAACP accomplished was bring a boat load of heat down on its own national group alone with questions about its own ranking members and group associations.
 
The NAACP playing the race card and crying wolf at the Tea Party has only made Americans take a strong look at how politics and political back stabbing are getting way out of hand across the country. The NAACP has it now where anyone not for the democratic party is branded as a right wing racist. Obama has repeatedly bashed the Tea Party movement in his town hall meetings.  
 
Andrew Breitbart told CNN’s “John King USA” on Tuesday that releasing the video clip he was given was “not about Shirley Sherrod.” “This was about the NAACP attacking the Tea Party, and this is showing racism at an NAACP event,” he said. “I did not ask for Shirley Sherrod to be fired.”
 
NAACP’s actions against the Tea Party has Americans fearing a racial divide will erupt and cause wide spread violence at a time when all Americans are hurting from the economic crisis. The Tea Party has been all along policing its members and groups, it’s posted on their websites what they require from their members. What’s not getting national air time is all the racist attacks against Tea Party member at their events held around the country. Plus they’re having to deal with left wing fringe groups trying to infiltrate their events starting trouble or setting up a video fake racist act and claming it was Tea Party member, this is happening and has been documented.
 
The NAACP’s race card actions against the Tea Party movement is having a major backlash effect. This week the Congressional Tea Party Caucus became a reality, and the movement is growing even bigger. Americans are focused on the economy and jobs and that’s the Tea Party’s banner message for democrats and republicans who want to keep their job or be elected to office.
 
 
 
Mike Graham, Founder United Native America
Citizen Oklahoma Cherokee Nation and America
Service Connected disabled  Veteran
www.UnitedNativeAmerica.com

video evidence of racism coming from a federal appointee and NAACP   Leave a comment

In this piece you will see video evidence of racism coming from a federal appointee and NAACP award recipient and in another clip from the same event a perfect rationalization for why the Tea Party needs to exist.

 
The NAACP is about to learn one of the most basic of all lessons in life — those who live in glass houses should avoid provoking a stone-throwing war.  After the civil-rights organization threatened to issue a condemnation of Tea Party activism by equating it with racism (a position from which they ultimately retreated), Andrew Breitbart announced that he would publish at least one video of the NAACP itself cheering racism.  Breitbart delivers on that promise today at Big Government, showing USDA official Shirley Sherrod explain to an appreciative NAACP audience in July 2009 how she deliberately withheld information from a white farmer in Georgia trying to save his land and his business:
 
 

We are in possession of a video from in which Shirley Sherrod, USDA Georgia Director of Rural Development, speaks at the NAACP Freedom Fund dinner in Georgia. In her meandering speech to what appears to be an all-black audience, this federally appointed executive bureaucrat lays out in stark detail, that her federal duties are managed through the prism of race and class distinctions.

In the first video, Sherrod describes how she racially discriminates against a white farmer. She describes how she is torn over how much she will choose to help him. And, she admits that she doesn’t do everything she can for him, because he is white. Eventually, her basic humanity informs that this white man is poor and needs help. But she decides that he should get help from “one of his own kind”. She refers him to a white lawyer.

Sherrod’s racist tale is received by the NAACP audience with nodding approval and murmurs of recognition and agreement. Hardly the behavior of the group now holding itself up as the supreme judge of another groups’ racial tolerance.

Actually, if Sherrod had a different ending for this story, it could have been a good tale of redemption. She almost grasps this by initially noting that poverty is the real issue, which should be the moral of the anecdote. Instead of having acted on this realization — and perhaps mindful of the audience — Sherrod then backtracks and says that it’s really an issue of race after all. It certainly was for Sherrod, who admits that “I didn’t give him the full force of what I could do.” Notice that the audience doesn’t exactly rise as one to scold Sherrod for her racism, but instead murmurs approvingly of using race to determine outcomes for government programs, which is of course the point that Andrew wanted to make.

Andrew has a second video, which is more relevant to the out-of-control expansion of the federal government than race. Sherrod in the same speech beseeches her audience to get work in the USDA and the federal government in general, because “when was the last time you heard about layoffs” for government workers? If Sherrod is any example, it’s been too long.

http://biggovernment.com/abreitbart/2010/07/19/video-proof-the-naacp-awards-racism2010/

Posted July 19, 2010 by mikelgraham in Uncategorized

Tea Party Calls On NAACP To Renounce Racist Elements In It’s Organization   Leave a comment

This week our nations First Lady Michelle Obama had no problem attending a NAACP meeting held in Kansas City knowing the organization was going to issue a resolution that would basically brand the Tea Party as a White racist group.
 
Tea Party leadership and supporters rejected the NAACP’s racist claim and resolution as a sad and uncalled for attempt to discredit the newly formed national political grassroots movement.
 
Now, Tea Party supporters are demanding that the NAACP look in it’s own back yard and lead by example and denounce any Black racist groups or racist elements within their national group.
 
After First Lady Michelle Obama spoke at the NAACP meeting the Obama family went on a weekend vacation trip to Maine. This action by the Obamas made news over the weekend because Michelle and President Obama have been on TV numerous times over the past three months, pleading for Americans to vacation in the Gulf Coast area to support them in their time of need while dealing with the oil disaster. President Obama needs to address the NAACP’s actions against the Tea Party movement.
 
Two main issues national media groups are not pointing out about the NAACP’s action against the Tea Party Movement is:
 
1. The NAACP never requested a meeting with Tea Party leadership to discuss with them what the Tea Party is all about; or if they in anyway tolerate racists or racist groups within their national group.
 
2. The NAACP never offered Tea Party leadership an invitation to attend their Kansas City meeting to find common ground so the two groups could work together for a better America for all citizens.   
 
Instead, the NAACP showed it’s true democratic colors and went straight for the Tea Party’s throat, smearing the group in the national media with a racist resolution. The NAACP’s handing of the Tea Party with an in-your-face racist resolution leaves no doubt they never intended to reach out to the Tea Party movement as the group is seen as an affront to the democratic party and its big government policies.
 
The fact that First lady Michelle Obama attend the NAACP meeting and Obama is on record calling members of the Tea Party Tea Baggier’s as a put down joke begs the question, how far and willing are democrats prepared to go in trying to disgrace the Tea Party movement?
 
The NAACP Tea Party resolution and media coverage of it, has made Americans think back at how left-leaning prominent media groups trashed Sara Palin and her family members in the 2008 election. It was nothing less than a hundred year setback for the women’s movement in our society this day and time.
 
Americans are far more politically savvy than network talking head pundits pushing a political party’s agendas while getting paid for it.  
 
The Tea Party movement this week has showed all Americas it has a strong backbone and true to it’s founding principles by staying focused on the groups cause and core issues; all the while the NAACP and media groups were hell-bent on destroying the Tea Party with fake wolf cries. Tea Party members across America have been physically and verbally attacked at their events by Black racists, Union members, left-wing activists, and dealt with attempts of hate groups trying to infiltrate their events trying to make them look bad. Americans have seen that national media groups are very willing to ignore all the racist acts and race hate threats toward the Tea Party movement.       
 
NAACP, the political ball is in your court now for all Americans to see if you will step up to the plate and practice what you preach to others. The NAACP should have no problem going before the national media denouncing the Black Panthers Party, the New Black Panthers Party or stating they will not tolerate any racist group or like-minded persons within their ranks as well.
 
Mike Graham, Founder United Native America
Service connected disabled veteran
Citizen Oklahoma Cherokee Nation and America
www.UnitedNativeAmerica.com

Posted July 19, 2010 by mikelgraham in Uncategorized

NAACP Calling American Veterans the Backbone of the Tea Party Racist   1 comment

The NAACP, this week, went on national media denouncing members of the Tea Party as racist. The NAACP would not allow news groups to record their resolution vote making their statement official. The NAACP would only say to the national media was there could be racist supporters within the Tea Party ranks.

Tea Party members are calling on the NAACP to denounce it’s racist members and supporters. Racism has no color and it’s a two way street for anyone wanting to go down that road, said Mike Graham founder of United Native America and a Tea Party member.

African-American tea party candidates Erupted at Kansas City NAACP meeting over their resolution labeling the grass-roots conservative movement as “racist.”

Vernon Parker, an African-American tea party congressional candidate in Arizona, told Politico that he has not experienced the charges of racism that the NAACP is touting in the national media.

Vernon Parker, former mayor of Paradise Valley, told Politico that he has never felt out of place at a tea party rally because of the color of his skin. “When I go to tea party events, people don’t look at me any differently,” he said. “They didn’t judge me on the color of my skin, quite frankly, they judged me on my principles.” Vernon Parker went on to say “The NAACP should be concerned about bringing jobs to people in depressed areas.”

Another African-American tea party candidate, Tim Scott, a GOP congressional nominee in South Carolina, echoed Parker’s sentiments in a statement to Politico.

Tim Scott stated “I believe that the NAACP is making a grave mistake in stereotyping a diverse group of Americans who care deeply about their country and who contribute their time, energy and resources to make a difference,” Scott said. Americans clearly see the NAACP’s attempt to smear the Tea Party. American voters are not news network zombies, they live in the real world, not the media projection of it.

Tea Party officials stood up to the NAACP by calling their statement flat out false and misguided. Members of the Tea Party see it as a democratic political party attack with the support of the NAACP to cause public image damage to their national group and movement.

What is not being reported in our national mainstream media, is the fact that the backbone of the Tea Party membership and supporters is our nations veterans, service members and their family members of all race in America. Veterans and Americans serving our nation today with the support of their family members make up the vast majority of the Tea Party movement.

The NAACP actions against the Tea Party is not going over well with Americans regardless of race or their political affiliation, and has opened the door for question about who is running the NAACP; their members and supporters. The fact that the NAACP is a race-based group, their political denouncement of the Tea Party only further diminishes their image and ability to bring people together.

It’s a well known fact that Tea Party members and supporters are a cross of all races, ethnic groups and political parties in America. It’s also a fact that a Black man Tea Party supporter was brutally beaten by Black union members bussed in to protest against A Tea Party event. NAACP members said he had it coming because he was selling tee shirts of Obama they did not like; that court case is still pending.

It’s also a fact that the Black Panther Party and the New Black Panther Party members support the NAACP and attend their events. The NAACP is also supported by the U.S. Congressional Black Caucus that does not allow any other race of elected congressional members of congress to join their caucus in solidarity.

This goes to the heart of the NAACP credibility in American society today, over their failure to reach out to Tea Party leadership first; before playing the race card for news headlines with a statement that would cast a blanket condemnation over a group made up of all walks of Americans when they themselves should be looking at their own members and supporters and their actions against others at events.

Tea Party members have no problem stating their cause and that is for our elected federal government representatives to govern from the Constitution of the United States Of America. They also demand that our elected representatives adhere to their issues and community needs to include the defiance of our country.

Americans will not stand for a government that’s run with an in-your face agenda as to how America should be governed, and what rights citizens should or will not have or laws that will be enforced solely on the political party in office. Enforcement of our nation’s laws for all Americans are a must. Tea Party members demand that their elected representatives honor their oath to the American citizens and our nation.

If the NAACP wants to stay relevant to it’s founding peaceable and cause they should be reaching out to all groups that support a strong and free America; that would include the Tea Part movement, not politically back-stabbing them with an unfounded national media racist smear campaign.

Reports have proven that political left wing fringe groups have tried to infiltrate Tea Party movement events to cause trouble and conduct racist acts that would be blamed on the movement’s membership and leaders. This action against the Tea Party gets very little national media air time, but Americans see what is being done to try and destroy the movement and it only makes them more determined to reach out to others to join them and stand united to take back our government; for the people, by the people of America.

The NAACP should come off it’s democrat party soap box and join Americans standing up for our country and it’s citizens regardless of race, and stop playing the race card at the drop of the hat. The direction the NAACP is going now against the Tea Party is wrong and history will prove them wrong. The Tea Party and NAACP should be allies in this fight to save our nation and way of life under the freedoms we have as Americans.

Both groups, Tea Party and NAACP should join forces in standing up against government oppression and restrictions of our civil liberties given to all Americans under our declaration of independence and constitution.

The vast majority of Americans support the Tea Party in saying our federal and state governments are out of control and not listening to us. Americans are fed up with Democrats and Republicans in office not doing their job for the people and our nation. American citizens need to unite and take a stand in telling our elected representatives how we want America run and taken care of for future generations, not the other way around. Americans are demanding a stop to the out of control “wasteful spending” and deficit that is threatening our ability to defend our home land.

The Tea Party’s real movement will be this November, with the mid-term election at the voting polls, and march forward growing stronger, focused on the 2012 election.

Tea Party members and supporters are calling on the NAACP to rescind it’s ill-conceived resolution and join the movement in solidarity for a better United America for all citizens.

Mike Graham, Founder United Native America
Service connected disabled veteran
Citizen Oklahoma Cherokee Nation and America
http://www.UnitedNativeAmerica.com

NAACP making big mistake calling Tea party racist! Nations Veterans outraged   Leave a comment

Someone need to tell the NAACP leadership and some national news groups the Tea Party is made up of our nations Veterans, their family members and those serving our country today on the front lines of the war against Middle Eastern terrorist groups. Veterans are watching to see if the NAACP will go on record this week making such a false statment toward them and family members.

The NAACP reportedly is about to take up a resolution to condemn the Tea Party movement for “explicitly racist behavior.”

The Kansas City Star reported that the organization plans to vote as early as Tuesday on the language at its annual convention in Kansas City. The resolution reportedly will call on “all people of good will to repudiate the racism of the Tea Parties” and stand against the movement’s attempt to “push our country back to the pre-civil rights era.”

Tea Party groups have repeatedly denied allegations of racism. Gina Loudon, one of the founders of the St. Louis Tea Party, called the NAACP’s charges untrue and said it was a “shame” the NAACP was going down that road.

“I can’t believe that the Tea Party is even going to be put in a position of dignifying something like that,” she said. “This is sad because this established organization is being used by the left.”

She said Tea Partiers generally do all they can to give minority conservatives a platform.

According to the Kansas City Star, the NAACP resolution will accuse the groups of engaging in racist behavior by displaying signs “intended to degrade people of color generally and President Barack Obama specifically.”

It will also accuse the activists of abusing black members of Congress — an apparent reference to an incident in March when Tea Party protesters allegedly hurled racial epithets at black lawmakers on Capitol Hill ahead of a health care vote. Tea Party members afterward challenged that account and no evidence was produced to show any racist actions.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/07/12/naacp-considers-condemning-tea-party-racism/

Posted July 12, 2010 by mikelgraham in Uncategorized

Americans forced to help Mexican Drug Gangs on Border then U.S. Prison   Leave a comment

To fully understand how the Obama Government is allowing Americans to be killed on the Arizona border you must watch this video. American Indians are on the front lines of our border war with Mexico and America.

American Indians are being forced to help Mexican gangs deliver their drugs and human sex slaves into America or be forced to watch their family members be killed or be killed themselves.

Countless American Indians and American citizens are forced into this life just because they cannot get help from our federal government to stand up against these drug gang dirt bags!!

Worse yet, Americans are also being put into U.S. prisons and the federal government know’s these Americans were forced to help the drug gangs!!! This is SICK and our federal government is letting it happen everyday in our country to our America citizens!!!

Take ACTION Americans!!!! Do you JOB!!! CALL Congress!! Write you Congress member and Senator about this BS!!! Demand Congressional hearing!!!! On this issue!!! United WE Stand!!!

http://www.contactingthecongress.org/

Drug War, Indian Tribe Feels Invaded by Both Sides

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Mike Graham, Founder United Native America
Citizen Oklahoma Cherokee Nation And America
http://www.UnitedNativeAmerica.com

Member: Oath Keepers – Guardians of the Republic
http://oathkeepers.org/oath/

Posted July 9, 2010 by mikelgraham in Uncategorized

Obama Charles Ogletree and founder Black Panther Party   Leave a comment

He taught both of the Obamas at Harvard. He says he advised them and then continues to advise them now, saying, quote, “They have not hesitated to call me over the past 20-plus years as needed.”
Now, I wonder if Obama called during the Henry Gates debacle. You remember that, right? Where Obama said the police acted stupidly before he knew any of the facts. Gates’ lawyer? Charles Ogletree. Gosh.

The Video That Barack Obama DOESN’T WANT YOU TO SEE

Barack Obama and The New Black Panther Party

‘Glenn Beck’: Who Is Charles Ogletree?
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,596202,00.html

Posted July 8, 2010 by mikelgraham in Uncategorized