NAACP’s Julien Bond: It’s OK for IRS to target ‘racist’ tea party

bondJulien Bond, with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, said during a Tuesday interview on MSNBC that it’s only right and just that the federal government and the IRS target tea party groups.

Tea party groups are, after all, “overtly racist” and the “Taliban wing of American politics,” Mr. Bond said, Mediaite reported. The IRS ought to look over these groups’ shoulders, he said — at the same time condemning former President Bush, for what he alleged was that administration’s biased push for the IRS to investigate the NAACP.

The NAACP was investigated for improper political activities in 2004 after Mr. Bond made a speech that was highly critical of Mr. Bush, Mediaite reported. The group was later cleared of any wrongdoing. But Mr. Bond hasn’t forgotten, and said his group was “unfairly targeted,” Mediaite said.

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TEA Party Motto:  Limited Government, fiscal responsibility, and free markets.  Taliban believes the same?

One thought on “NAACP’s Julien Bond: It’s OK for IRS to target ‘racist’ tea party

  1. Talk about the kettle calling the pot black. The NAACP is one of the most racist and bias organizations that I know of and for them to think of tea partiers as “racist” is most HYPOCRITICAL!!!

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