Sunday, March 14, 2010

The Coffee Party: Even the diversity is Astroturf!

As you read the glowing reviews of the Coffee Party in the Washington Post, the New York Times, CNN or CBS, a single word keeps popping up and that word is “diversity”.  The word is used as a slap, if you will, towards the Tea Parties and to reinforce the media’s theme that Tea Parties are driven by racism.

Well, the folks over at The Powers That Be took the time to go over all the photos from yesterday’s Coffee Party kickoff and guess what they did not find much of? You got it, diversity!

The likes of Keith Olbermann, Bill Maher, Janeane Garofalo and other pasty, whiffle-brained dingbats castigate the Tea Party movement as being nothing more than an all-white racist whine-fest featuring a bunch of crackers who just can’t stand the fact that a black guy has been elected president. There are actually many minorities involved in the Tea Party movement, but why bother the left with the facts?
Go through the large photo album from yesterday’s Coffee Parties. Say what you want, libs, but there’s an awful lot of cream in that coffee. [MORE] 
Here are some sample images The Powers That Be collected from the Coffee Party's website. They are from three blue states. In decending order we have my home state of New Jersey, blue state Meca California and lastly Obama’s own home state of Illinois.

There sure seems like there is a lot of cream in those cups of coffee! If you watch any video of the Coffee Party, from either the media or the Coffee Party itself, there always seems to be a black person prominently shown in one of the shots. Yet, when real pictures are used, there are hardly any blacks and in these cases none. Since the Coffee Party is pure Astroturf, should any of us be surprised they Astrotufed the diversity as well?

The Raaaaacism Industrial Complex could not be reached for comment.


Chris W said...


They are even coming out and saying that the Tea Partiers are racist.
Palm Beach Post

Brownstein, who is white, said "white southerners in this country are going nuts" because of the popularity of black figures like President Obama and Oprah Winfrey. He said he raised the issue because "you have to know who your enemy is."

Alana Milich, a high school teacher from Boynton Beach, agreed with Brownstein.

"The foundation of all of this is racism," said Milich, who is white

Clifton B said...

Chris W:

That my friend is what you call a Pot and Kettle moment, because judging from the pictures from the Florida Coffee Party, they were pretty short on black folk, Asian, Latino or any color other than white.

Anonymous said...

They sure don't like my youtube video!

trinity said...

"whiffle-brained dingbats" LOL...
That is an excellent description of those three stooges, Olbie, Garofalo and Maher. Long live the tea party movement! The liberals can cast all the stones they want at it, but it won't change a thing. It just gives the tea partiers more resolve.

Clifton B said...

Right Coast:

Oh yeah, that video would certainly get them to drop their civility pledge.

Clifton B said...


Those whiffle-brained dingbats sure hate when they are not the center of attention.

american girl in italy said...

I noticed the same thing, and posted some pics, as well as some of their *civil* comments.

what a joke!

Clifton B said...

american girl in italy:

I am going to pop over and check them out.

Soloman said...

Too much, Cliff..

I did a post on this subject and gave you a hat-tip. Great stuff.

Clifton B said...


Much thanks and I loved your title for the post!

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