Tim Scott: Puppet?

The president of the North Carolina chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) – note: not “Black” or “African-American,” but the demonized term “Colored” – has called U.S. Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) a “ventriloquist’s dummy.”  In remarks at a Martin Luther King Day service in Columbia, South Carolina, Rev. William Barber said;

A ventriloquist can always find a good dummy.  (T)he extreme right wing down here (in South Carolina) finds a black guy to be senator and claims he’s the first black senator since Reconstruction and then he goes to Washington, D.C., and articulates the agenda of the Tea Party.

The Left never disappoints when it comes to lunacy.  This man, a recognized black “leader” per his position with the NAACP, is spewing the venom of the Left for nothing more than political purpose.  Barber isn’t angry because Tim Scott is a “right wing” dummy, he’s angry because Scott isn’t a left wing dummy – like him.

Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity. Dr. Martin Luther King

For decades, America’s black community has attached itself to the left hand of the Democrat Party, mostly because it has been guided to do so by its “leaders” and often contrary to black values.  For instance, despite historic opposition to gay issues, particularly gay marriage – an opposition shared by Barack Obama for years – the media of the Left now promotes the idea that blacks are in favor of the gay agenda.  These “revelations” came after President Obama changed his mind (before the 2012 election).  We are to believe that because Barack Obama is suddenly a  vocal gay rights proponent, so too are America’s African-Americans.  Sounds like puppetry to me.

Listen to any Democrat of prominence and you will soon hear the same words, as if by the throwing of the party voice, come from the NAACP, the Southern Christian Leadership Council (SCLC), the Congressional Black Caucus, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, etc.

What has this African-American/Democrat vaudeville act done for the black community?  For 70 of the last 100 years, Democrats have controlled the House of Representatives and the Senate for 68!  In only one two-year period (1919-1921) did Republicans control more than 60% of either house yet for 16 years, Democrats held 60% or more of House and for 12 years as much in the Senate.

The Republican Party is the ship, all else is the sea.” Stop drowning with the Dems, get on board for equal opportunity and justice. Frederick Douglass

black dummy

In the 50 years since the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Democrats have been the majority in the House of Representatives for 34 years (68%) and for 36 years in the Senate (72%).  Yet, “leaders” like Barber not only promote Democrat policies and candidates, they demonize all Republicans.  I am convinced that the Barbers, the Jacksons, the Sharptons, the Julian Bonds, the Sheila Jackson-Lees and the Jim Clyburns live off the disadvantages of the black community not just to enrich themselves, but to empower their masters.  Masters who speak through their marionettes with scarcely a movement of the lips.

Rarely do we find men who willingly engage in hard, solid thinking. There is an almost universal quest for easy answers and half-baked solutions. Nothing pains some people more than having to think. Dr. Martin Luther King

And all the while, blacks continue to fall behind whites and even other minorities in education, economic status, employment and many other aspects of American society.

Look simply at unemployment figures.

% of Population % Unemployment
White 72.4 5.7
Black 12.6 11.6
Hispanic 16.4 8.3
Asian 4.8 4.1
The Asian-American population (14,674,252) in the United States is just over one-third that of African-Americans (38,929,319) with an unemployment rate about one-third of that of blacks.  Hispanics constitute the largest minority population in the country (50,477,594) yet the rate of unemployment within that number is 50% below blacks.
But instead of challenging the Democrat Party and the politicians who have had far more control over the fortunes of Black America for the last 100 years, this stuffing-brained sock puppet from the NAACP chooses to attack a black senator from South Carolina.  Further, he does so by painting him with the Tea Party brush.  While it is true that here are parts of the Tea Party movement that warrant question, but the core of the philosophy is sound: lower taxes, smaller government and more personal freedom.  What about that is so disturbing to the NAACP?
Is economic opportunity a threat to the black population or just to those live-free-vote-democrat-battaile-politics-1352058549who want to keep it in poverty so as to maintain control over it?  Is smaller government a danger to people who want to keep more of their own money or is it more of a problem for “leaders” who profess to know what’s best and want no scrutiny?
Tim Scott is no “ventriloquist’s dummy” nor his he anyone’s mouthpiece.  He is a man Dr. King might say is “willingly engage(d) in hard, solid thinking.”
The audacity of the true Uncle Toms of today like William Barber is beyond extraordinary. But there is something that is, to me, far more amazing.

How is it that the William Barbers of the world can fit both their heads and the hand of the Democrat Party up their ass?



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