Tea Party types, in particular, are demonized as purveyors of hate, bigotry and intolerance.
The fact that race has nothing to do with their efforts is not relative, at least from the media's perspective.
That causes us to question: Where was the media when the Columbus-based Ohio Unity Coalition pursued an effort by black women to get out the vote?
The initiative was clearly racial as the focus was exclusively on black women.
How is this not racist?
We can't imagine any organization pursuing a voter drive among white women without the media's howling accusations of 'racism.'
There is a double standard in America.
If race-based profiling is legitimate among one ethnic group, then race-based profiling is legitimate among all ethnic groups.
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