Look at the news coverage. Read their signs. Who are they protesting? Minorities. They protest against our President and depict him as an African Witch Doctor. They "Hope for the Rope" and show a hanging noose. They depict him as an African Lion, a Muslim, a Marxist. They depict Muslims/Islam as evil. They support racial profiling of all Latinos through their support of sb1070. They are against Latino Legal Guest Workers. They are against the NAACP. Sum it all together and you see the primarily white supporters of the far right tea party movement being against black and brown people and non-Christians. Their true mission is to change the census bureau's prediction of the U.S.A. becoming a majority-minority country by 2040. In order to achieve this agenda they spew Hate and Anger during their rallies and demonstrations -- all against brown and black people. Watch their videos. Look at their hate filled faces. If you are a minority, don't wear a skull cap. Don't drive around with your family in your mini-van.
This weekend, August 28, the day Martin Luther King made his "I have a Dream" speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, Glenn Beck is hosting a Hate Rally titled "Restoring Honor" in front of the Lincoln Memorial. All White Tea Partiers are invited to "take back" the day from Black Americans and Minorities.
If Beck's rally is like past rallies, all black and brown people should avoid the area. These protesters are red faced. They are angry. They are spouting hate and fear, afraid that our country, our USA will become multi-cultural. Read the flyer for Beck's rally. Scroll to the bottom. He adds disclaimers to ensure the angry attendees don't bring signs, guns,ammo, explosives, etc., as they have on past occasions.
What a sad state of affairs for our country, on this date, that should be held in honor of the historical words of Martin Luther King:
"I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: 'We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all people of every color and religion are created equal.'"
"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will NOT be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character."