Tea Party Nation Sends Out Racist KKK Type Message: "The White Anglo-Saxon Protestant (WASP) population in America is headed for extinction"

Here’s further proof of what the GOP and Tea Party REALLY stand for.

Tea Party Nation has sent out the following missive to it supporters and you don;t have to try hard at all to hear  the same sentiment and statement made by the KKK in the 1960’s and the Nazi’s in the 1940’s:

What is keeping America’s fertility rate up are immigrants – both legal and illegal. There are those in America who are continuously attacking the family, bent on redefining marriage and have established anti-family government programs. This has led to downward pressure on our national total fertility rate. All of these actions are done in the name of various causes such as: reducing unwanted pregnancies, delaying child bearing to further career goals and even promoting childlessness and promoting adoption as a better option. Child bearing has become something distasteful to many women, an unwanted and painful experience to be avoided rather than embraced. All of these programs, ideals and ideologies are doing one thing and one thing only – reducing America core TFR to the point of no return. The White Anglo-Saxon Protestant (WASP) population in America is headed for extinction and with it our economy, well-being and survival as a uniquely America culture. This county is dying not because it is aging, it is dying because of infertility as public policy.

So whats next?  A burning cross as the Tea Party or GOP symbol?  Midnight torchlit rallies?  Tea Party Youth Corps?

Or maybe a presidential candidate with a very abbreviated mustache? or a fat one who lost weight and was thin but is now gaining it Herr Huckabee?

Via Right Wing Watch

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