Doug Giles

For the NAACP to call the Tea Party a bunch of “racists” is like Rosie O’Donnell complaining that Chelsea Handler is a bit flabby in the arms, sometimes snacks too much, is not as pretty without her makeup, and really isn’t all that funny.

I believe, via personal experience and watching extensive TV coverage, that I’ve seen way more blacks, browns, yellows (and one green dude) at Tea Parties than I have white devils at NAACP rallies.

Yep, I’m pretty certain that’s been the case, especially at the Tea Party I emceed that had Lt. Col. Allen West as the keynote speaker. I believe he’s black … either that or he has a smokin’ tan. I also believe he should be our next President. So much for my cracka racism, eh? Allen West & Michelle Bachmann 2012. Yahoo!

What was conspicuously absent from the Tea Party I emceed, however, was the presence of south Florida’s evangelical ministers making a big noise and standing up for God and country. Where you at, girlfriends?

Anyway, the irony—or ironies—regarding the racism accusations the NAACP leveled at the Tea Party is their direct ties to the New Black Panther Party in nudging the Department of Just Us to drop charges against King Schlemiel Schlamazel in the slam dunk Voter Intimidation with a Frickin’ Billy Club case. Yep, that’s a wee bit weird.

As much as the NAACP decries the unproven/undocumented Tea Party “racism” that doesn’t really exist, you’d think that they’d get real pissy over the virulent, heavily-documented racism on video, audio and in print of the NBPP’s hatred of whites and, I quote, “they babies.” Oh, and I almost forgot: They also really abhor Jews. Other than that, they’re fairly sedate.

Yes, crackas and non-crackas, it’s a tad incongruous that the NAACP would lambaste a beautiful pro-America/Constitution movement, namely, the Tea Party, with the “racist” brush while of late they have been backing some pretty rank hate. Isn’t it ironic, don’t ‘cha think? A little too ironic? Yes, I really do think. It’s like rain on your wedding day.

Doug Giles

Doug Giles is the Big Dawg at and the Co-Owner of The Safari Cigar Company. Follow him onFacebook and Twitter. And check out his new book, Rise, Kill and Eat: A Theology of Hunting from Genesis to Revelation.