August 11, 2011

Meredith Whitney, "Tea Party = Freaked out White Men Who are Unemployed" Rick Santelli, Tea Party Movement Founding Father Responds

By the Left Coast Rebel

Banking analyst Meredith Whitney thought she could impress the limo-lib, I'm-already-rich-but-support-policies-ensuring-you-will-never-be cocktail crowd, disparaging Tea Party Americans as "unemployed freaked-out white men."

How nice:

Rick Santelli doesn't take this disgusting jab sitting down; rather he strikes right back at Whitney's vile comment. This is just what patriots must do in today's world -- stand up, fight back -- shout if necessary -- never letting leftist thugs -- whether they are "banking analysts," SEIU thugs, Marxist college professors, spoiled-brat youth screaming, MINE, MINE, MINE! -- intimidate or belittle you.

Also, Santelli's King George comment is simple and absolutely correct.

I have said here many time in the last several years that today's statists -- in both political parties -- operate from a governance worldview that puts King George to shame. For example, my wife and I took a historic tour here in downtown Philly. We passed several colonial homes, several still even had the Benjamin Franklin Insurance plaque above the home's entrance.

Our tour guide noted that property owners faced exorbitant King George levies for various things -- steps leading up to their homes, windows, closets, essential living items, etc. I commented to my wife that we haven't learned anything from history and that, in fact, today's socialist-progressive is likely far worse than King George's tyranny; the difference being that we let it happen on our watch.

Aside from race-baiting limo-lib Tea Party swipe from some stupid lib banker, the bigger truth is that black Americans -- by sheer percentages -- are the Great Recession's most adversely-affected group. I wonder what the response would be if a conservative said that this recession/depression only truly affected "freaked-out black men?"

Why is it that the first black president in this nation's history gets a pass on creating the worstAfrican-American job market this nation has seen witnessed the Great Depression?


Via Newsbusters, hat-tip WC Varones.



  1. Tim,

    Thanks for this. I have only the following words to describe the young lady: "out-of-touch, dismissive, condescending, libtard c*nt!"

    ..hey, it is my blog!