South Carolina Tea Party Chairman Joe Dugan kicked off the S.C. Tea Party convention with an attempt to dispel some of the vicious rumors about his organization. So far we’ve reported that the “Hatriot” group, within the first few minutes, told the gathered crowd of white people that we need to rid ourselves of the “hyphenated-Americans,” whom he refers to as poeple who do not abandon all reminders of their own heritage and language. Dugan claims that as long as a legal immigrant adapts to his version of American culture, the Tea Party welcomes everyone.
Interestingly, they don’t have a problem with “the gays,” either. Dugan and his sidekick Seton Motley, President of Less Government, explained to the ignorant, slack-jawed masses that they are not homophobes if they feel that the LGBT community should just keep quiet about it, and not openly show that they are in a relationship. According to Dugan, “We just don’t want it stuck in our faces, dominating our lives; just leave us alone with it,” perfectly explaining the prevalence of Tea Party attempts to prevent the LGBT community from having equal rights.
Oh, and they aren’t racist either. According to Dugan, “The only people who are racists are the ones that use the word ‘racist.” The crowd seemed reassured by his ‘anti-racist is code word for anti-white’ approach to the matter. Motley jumped in to support the SC Tea Party Chair:
“The good senator from this state, who is it?” Motley asked, The crowd answered “Tim Scott.”
Tim Scott has been called a Tea Party “ventriloquist’s dummy” by NAACP president Barber, spouts the familiar “impeach Obama” rhetoric, and backed a proposal to cut South Carolina’s HIV/AIDS budget. He wants to punish families for union involvement by taking food stamps away if a member joined his union in a strike, and supports oil subsidies. Mr. Motley inquired “How much melanin does he have?” which earned him a chuckle from the gathered crowd of caucasians., “Okay, thank you.”
Of course, no Tea Party event is complete without an Obamascare! The duo discussed the Affordable Care Act, and its devastating impact. “Obamacare is out to destroy our society,” he begins, and from there it’s all downhill. The web site doesn’t work, hackers are going to have a “field day” with your information. He encourages the crowd to “stand up” for their “First Amendment rights. Be proud of your Constitution.” Most importantly, though, “bury political correctness.”
There’s no right wing war on women, either. Promise.