Friday, July 16, 2010


A good friend of mine from high school, Andrew (hope you don’t mind the name drop, Dru) informed me that our friends over at the NAACP have a pledge on their site that can be filled out electronically to support being an “NAACP American” and “repudiate racism within the Tea Party.” He suggested that maybe the majority of us who find their stance on issues to be biased and hypocritical should print this pledge off, rather than filling it out electronically, and write on it that the NAACP has no credibility with the American People so long as they refuse to address and condemn all racism, to include the most recent incidents involving members of the New Black Panther Party.

I think this is a great idea and will have mine in the mail today. If you are disgusted as well with the recent events which reveal such bias on the part of the NAACP, please support this effort and let them know they, in fact, do not have the support of the American people in any way, shape, or form. Just look at their hypocritical pledge:

* I believe all Americans have equal rights and equal value.

* I cherish the diverse cultures, beliefs, and values of America.

* I believe we can disagree without being disagreeable.

* I repudiate all acts of racism and hate, both in words and action.

* I have faith in the promise of America – a promise built on mutual respect, common civility, and hope for a better tomorrow.

* I commit to building that better America by participating actively and peacefully in the democratic process.

We are one people. We are one nation. I’m an NAACP American

If this is what they truly believe then why are they spending their days condemning the Tea Party and not saying a word against men who called upon the killing of “crackers” and “their cracker babies”????

Let’s flood the NAACP with mail that lets them know just how out of touch their organization is with America. I have a limited viewership of my blog, and would ask any of my fellow conservative bloggers to link and/or re-post this so that we can get as many letters as possible stuffed into their mailbox at the NAACP Headquarters. The address is below.

National Headquarters
4805 Mt. Hope Drive
Baltimore MD 21215
Local: (410) 580-5777
Toll Free: (877) NAACP-98


  1. Hi Ron,

    I’ll try to work a link into a future post (perhaps in the “I Am the Antichrist, Buy Some More of My Merchandise” series about the trouble with socialism/why it wins/how to defeat it*).

    I recall reading (no longer recall where/the specific names) about some Acorn socialist crazy who made racist remarks – perhaps that is the same thing you are writing about in recent posts.

    What the left tries to obscure is that the Tea Party movement is very much open to everyone, and not about race, but rather liberty and America remaining a country where one can move up in life via merit/hard work, rather than connections. As someone who is not of the typical demographic myself, that is one of the things that is particularly special about America, compared to other places in the world where who you are/who you know matters far more.

    My impression (from the outside point of view, admittedly) is that the military is also an area where people of different backgrounds seem to be able to work together and get along fairly well, based on merit.


    *Right now I’m taking a break and explaining why I make fun of the In Mala Fide (Ferdy MuMu) type dorks.

  2. Yeah, I just noticed yesterday that In Mala Fide posted a slam on my blog in response to my mentioning him on my douchebaggery list. I typed a short response to him if he hasn't deleted it yet, but I'm sure it was not up to par with the King of sarcasm that he claims to be.

  3. Yeah, In Malodorous Filth (aka Ferdy Mumu) is a major wimp - I've posted both a serious (EscapistArt) and snarky (Alpha Male Pterodactyl) message at his blog (starting at a relatively innocuous level), and both never got published (of course). He says he wants creative haters, but yeah right.

    I’ve said it in a comment at my blog, but one can never say it enough: the Roissysphere guys are frustrated low-mid level paper-shuffling video-game obsessed nerdworkers of mediocre appearance (Hi In Mala Fide) who haven’t accomplished much in life, and need to find some way to be “alpha”.

    Have been swamped with work of late and am a bit laptop-fried at present, but will gave the Gameboy dweebii a look later on and perhaps Alpha Male Pterodactyl will have more to say :)