Racist, violent rhetoric polluted the air during a Tea Party protest earlier this month in Palm Springs.
"Put him back in the fields!" a grey-haired mustachioed hick shouted, referring to President Barack Obama.
“String him up, and his wife too!" a redneck hag yelled.
“Cut off his toes, one by one, and feed it to him!" a tramp in Paris-Hilton sunglasses suggested.
Oops! Did I say this was a Tea Party protest? I meant to say this was the “Uncloaking the Kochs" rally by the leftist group Common Cause. And the protesters were referring to Republican Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, who, like Obama, is African-American.
Funny how moonbats like to criticize “racist” Tea Party protesters who portray Obama as a witch doctor or suggest he move back to Kenya, but don’t say a word when moonbat protesters suggest Clarence Thomas be lynched or hanged or sent back into the fields. But then again, that would be expecting consistency from moonbats.
I wonder: if a deranged moonbat attempted to assassinate Clarence Thomas, can we blame the protesters and their violent rhetoric for the incident?