"The NAACP's ludicrous resolution against the Tea Parties . . . is a sign that the once-proud organization is nothing now but an increasingly irrelevant, hopelessly intellectually corrupt group of race hustlers," Quin Hillyer writes at American Spectator.
As evidence, Hillyer notes that "it was an NAACP lawyer who, by multiple accounts, lobbied the Obama/Holder Justice Department to drop the case against the New Black Panthers."
This organization is one that "whose president praised Osama bin Laden within half a year after the 9/11 attacks," Hillyer continues.
What is the Tea Party? It is part of a new form of humane resistance against an extremist, Constitutionally illegal, out-of-the-mainstream political machine that now sits enthroned in Washington, D.C., with supportive principalities and powers throughout the land -- in strongholds in the formerly mainstream media, academia, entertainment industry, and so on.
Rising up as David against this Goliath, this "New Resistance Can Win the Culture War," and that, in large measure, in addition to the politics at play, perhaps explains why the NAACP and other secularized Obama supporters attack the Tea Party with special venom.
I'll conclude this morning where I left it last night on Facebook: "Given the unfortunate race-based politics of the NAACP, the Tea Party is needed now more than ever. Love overcomes all things."