New Divisiveness From The Racists in the Congressional Black Caucus by Jeff Dunetz 25 Aug 2011 post a comment Share This: Enough with the nonsensical term of "racers" they are racists! Democratic members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) joined by other prominent African Americans supposedly for a series of job fairs. What they are really doing is spewing vile false racist charges against the tea party. Prominent in this pack of traveling racists is Congresswoman Maxine Waters, who was recently caught on tape telling the tea party to go to hell... pretty strong words for a woman charged with misusing her office to help her husband's bank get some TARP funds. The most recent stop for this group of African American racial agitators was Miami Beach. The night before the jobs fair they held a town hall so they could talk politics. Rather than discuss politics this group set up on their objective widen the racial divide in America. [youtube KANs8lc_UUM nolink] "The real enemy is the tea party –- let's remember that," said Rep. Frederica Wilson of Miami Gardens, host of the meeting and jobs fair. "The tea party holds Congress hostage...They have one goal in mind, and that's to make President Obama a one-term president." Funny last time I checked the tea party was offering ideas, and the Republicans were presenting budgets and programs, while Ms Wilson's party presented nothing. Ms Wilson feels the reason there is unemployment in the black community is a result of racism: "When you look at African American males, 40% of them are unemployed, those under 30 years of age. I understand exactly the entire nation must be involved in this recovery but the black community is experiencing a great recession. That's what we're experiencing," Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-FL) told MSNBC. "And all of the growth in the past 30 years, we see it slipping away. From home ownership, the middle class; it's slipping away from our hands. And it has a lot to do with many issues. Racism, shipping jobs overseas, access -- no access to technology. You know, the digital divide is there and many of the new jobs that's what it requires. So, we have a problem." Sorry Rep Wilson, I am hitting the bull sh*t button. I have been out of work since just before election day 2008, many of the people from my community are also unemployed. Since almost every unemployed person in my neighborhood that I know of is Jewish like me, using your logic that must mean Antisemitism is at the heart of our joblessness. Well either that or the fact that your party which has controlled the government for most of my unemployment is doing a lousy job at fixing the economy, and your president is a failure at fixing the economy. Can't blame the GOP because for three-quarters of Obama's term so far, the progressive Democrats controlled the White House and both houses of congress. I know its hard for a racist like Ms. Wilson to understand, but maybe , just maybe the reason there is high unemployment, and why the Tea Parties want Obama to be a one-term president. Maybe because the progressive programs haven't worked. If that is racist, well then I guess I am a racist. Rep. Maxine Waters of California, who recently said the tea party should "Go straight to hell." "I'm in church. I'm not going to repeat that," Waters said Monday. She also said: "We have to stand up and fight. It's fight time...We're not afraid of the tea party...In this struggle, we have to define who we are, what the president is doing and not let our voices be overshadowed by the tea party." Waters kept at it when Don Graves, executive director of the President's Council on Jobs and Competitiveness at the White House, said an obstacle to creating jobs is "folks who are going to stand in the way and block the legislation that the Congressional Black Caucus has proposed." "What people are you talking about?" Waters interrupted. "Say tea party. Say it!" "It was Tea Party Republicans," Graves said. It interesting that Waters did not want to tell someone to go to hell in a church but felt totally comfortable breaking one of the ten commandments, the one about bearing false witness, in a Church. If Maxine Waters had any desire to tell the truth, she would admit that this president concentrated on everything except jobs for the bulk of his time in office. For the bulk of the past two and a half years, this President and members of Ms Waters party focused on implementing their progressive political agenda instead trying to create jobs. Some might even say they put their political agenda in front of country. Even the stimulus program was a political creation. The progressives created a near-trillion dollar stimulus program which included every type of pork possible, targeted to reelect Democrats. Instead of having the stimulus dollars hit ASAP which would be most helpful to the economy according to the Keynesian theory, a large chunk of the money was purposely scheduled to hit in early 2010 so it could be used as re-election pork. Instead of using the construction programs in the stimulus bill to help everybody, our President (via executive order) directed construction programs to be awarded to union shops or shops paying union wages and benefits. Non-Union shops had to pay money into union pension plans even though their employees would not benefit. This was done to reward the progressives big political supporters the unions. The vast majority of construction shops (86%) are non-union. Costs for stimulus construction jobs were estimated at 20% higher because the president was helping is ideological base. After the ill-fated stimulus was passed, instead of working on jobs the President again put party needs in front of the country as the Democrats pushed first for cap and trade and then for Obamacare. When cap and trade didn't pass, the EPA took up the baton and is trying to implement job-killing climate regulation on its own. The job killing Obamacare program and the Chris Dodd/Barney Frank financial regulation bill followed. Both of these efforts were passed to satisfy the progressive ideological base. Both of these efforts hurt rather than helped the economy. So who exactly is putting party in front of Country? And as for the legislation the CBC is pushing, lets just say if the largest Keynesian stimulus in American history didn't work, maybe pouring more money into the Keynesian toilet wont help either. Joining the CBC at the town hall was the the supposed Reverend, Jesse Jackson who also made some outrageous charges. He claimed the Tea Partiers were the ones opposing civil rights movement led by Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. The tea party opposing Obama, Jackson said, should be called the "Fort Sumter Tea Party that sought to maintain states' rights and slavery." "The tea party is a new name on an old game," he said. "Dr. King fought a 'tea party' in Alabama...He had no weapons, but he confronted the tea party." Nothing like a preacher bearing false witness and trying to split people apart. But that is nothing new for Reverend Hymie-town is it? Rep. Alcee Hastings, whose congressional career began after he was impeached from his Judge job for taking a bribe of $150,000 added: Rep. Alcee Hastings of Broward -- who early on in the meeting said "the tea party is the Republican Party" -- later urged the panel to play down the power of the tea party. "I'm not going to continue down the path of giving them all this credit," Hastings said, telling the crowd to register to vote. "Turn the tea party upside down!" All of these racial arsonists should be ashamed of themselves. Rather than legitimately search for solutions to America's problems, these racists and criminal wannabes, hang on to their old broken programs, and blame everyone else but themselves. When Obama was elected, people began to talk about this country entering a post-racial world. That will never happen as long as the racists in the CBC continue to divide the country as an excuse to cover up their own mistakes.