Many in the Tea Party Admit to Being Racist After Learning the Definition

As it turns out, the racist accusations against the Tea Party hold some clout after all. It seems that some in the Tea Party after being informed of the definition of racism willfully admit to being discriminatory based upon skin color. The definition reads as follows:

racism |ˈrāˌsizəm|noun

the belief that all members of each race possess characteristics or abilities specific to that race, esp. so as to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race or races.• prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on such a belief.

It seems that all this time, they were misinformed by those that were trying to convince them that being racist was a bad thing. They thought that it meant saying a joke about a person’s race that just wasn’t funny (“Oh… that wasn’t funny at all… that was a bad racism.”) Now that they know the proper definition, they proudly own that title.

Not everyone in the Tea Party is racist however, but those that are don’t really like to be associated with them since they don’t hold the same values.

Many of the racists don’t understand how a black president could live in the White House, or why there are months dedicated to specific ethnic backgrounds. It seems they don’t quite yet recognize that for the entire time US history has been taught, it has been about white history. They don’t seem to like to share the spot light since they believe their history is the only history that matters. Some of the racists even think that people of color getting their own television networks is out of line, since there are no “white only” television networks. However, now that they understand the term “racism,” they own that title proudly, and will work tirelessly to get more white people on television.

Many of these racists were also excited to find out the definition of homophobic, xenophobic, and bigot… they seem to wear those titles with a badge of honor as well. It’s good to know that in the 21st century we still have people who are so comfortable being so uncomfortable with people who aren’t just like themselves.



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