Yet we have ample evidence — photographic evidence — that the “tea party” is guilty as charged.
Seriously: If I had the rights to news photos of “tea-party” crowds I would put together a coffee-table book, modeled after the Where’s Waldo? books, perhaps titled Where’s Macaca?*
Because finding a non-white person among a crowd of “tea-party” dipshits is as challenging as it is to find Waldo.
For instance, this news photo of a “tea-party” crowd I’d put on the cover of my book titled Where’s Macaca?:
Associated Press photo
(Actually, there is one person in the photo who appears not to be Anglo. Can you find Macaca?)
If you think I’m being inaccurate or unfair (or both), you can go to Google Images and type in “tea party crowd” and see for yourself how many non-whites you can see in photos of large “tea-party” crowds.
(Heck, I’ll even save you the time; you can click here to see those results for yourself.)
The pictures do not lie.
*“Macaca,” you might recall, is a racial epithet for a brown-skinned person, from the French word for “monkey.” Repugnican U.S. Sen. George Allen of Virginia lost re-election in 2006 after he referred to a young Indian-American man as “macaca” — while the young man was capturing him on video.