This is just too easy:
A woman Lisa Agcaolil in the very beginning of the video wants to know what America can do for her? I have a better question for you Ms. Agcaolil... what can you do for yourself? Maybe you should watch JFK's speech where he very clearly says, "Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country." It's sad that this woman lives by a entitlement mentality. What's even sadder is the amount of claps that she received. Great - a room full of people who want everything handed to them from the government. This sentiment is running rampant within the Black and Hispanic communities, where unemployment hovers at around 30%.
So I penned this letter, wondering if I should send this to the always spiteful Rep. Waters:
Dear Rep. Maxine Waters,
This letter is in response to you telling the Tea Party to go to Hell. Would you be so bold as to say that to my face? Or how about Rep. Allen West? You apparently have some anger management issues, and need some help. Maybe retiring from public office would be a great start. You seem to get your hackles up whenever you want to take attention off of yourself and blame everyone else for the failings within your community. I don't recall any conservative, or Tea Party member publicly saying the Congressional Black Caucus can go to Hell, do you? Imagine the outrage from the Democrats if that was the case.
You're not afraid of anybody huh? Then why are you attacking the Tea Party? I thought the Tea Party was obsolete. I thought we were AstroTurf. How can this lowly bunch of racist rednecks, really be a threat to you? It's funny how you say that in front of a room filled with a great deal of SEIU members. Those very same members who hate the Tea Party, because we're calling for fiscal responsibility that includes not supporting many of these unions. The rest were mostly Blacks and Hispanics, who you've successfully convinced that the Tea Party and Republicans hate them and that we are racists. You madam are a race baiter, who is a disgrace to public office.
Please for the sake of "unity" and "civility" in public discourse, do not run again for office. I'm sure you and your pal Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee would have a grand ol' time making sweaters, or scarves, or something that doesn't involve you speaking in public ever again. Go to Hell? If you want to lead the way, then you first Rep. Waters.
Danielle Hollars, A Sellout Black, Who Is a Tea Party Member
Monday, August 22, 2011
This is just too easy: