Mark Williams. Taking Back America One Tea Party at a time
eBook (PDF), 190 Pages
Mark on line at www.MarkTalk.com TWO ENTIRE CHAPTERS ON RACISM AND THE TEA PARTY and names the racists in "Taking Back America". Read more at Mark's web site: www.MarkTalk.com > Is the Tea Party Express an "Astroturf" creation of the Republican Party? > Why "Under God" is important > Who are the real enemies of liberty? > Liberals really ARE mentally ill! > What is the "Tea Party" and who are the "Tea Partiers"? > Why Juan Williams is right to be worried about Muslims on his flights and why you should be too > Why the Tea Party movement is a Human Rights movement And much more. This is THE BOOK on the Tea Party. Named by the London Telegraph as one of the "20 Most Influential Americans" and the New York Daily News listed the author as one of the Top 10 in the Tea Party Mark Williams literally wrote the book on the most forceful grassroots movement since the 1960s.
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Jan 16, 2011Mark's middle name must be "irony". Could anyone possibly forget his "screeching", defensive appearances on cable television shows during which, assuming he didn't petulantly walk of a given show, he attempted to explain away the racist signage, comments and conduct commonly found at teabagger events? Or forget that he lost his job as the head of a Tea Party organization for penning racist satire because, in doing so, he effectively undermined and contradicted the laughably specious Tea Party claims that the movement did not have a racism problem, and that the "real" racists were those who accused the movement of same. Mark's book is nothing more than self-serving Tea Party propaganda, more rightwing tripe from a demonstrated racist who arrogantly revealed the ugly racism that pervades the Tea Party because he thought that the movement's racist roots would insulate him from any potential consequences, never realizing that the movement would throw him... More > "under the bus" in an effort to preserve the laugable public relations-driven canards that the movement was free of racism and that the true racists were on the Left. "Tea" comes in all colors, Mark Williams says. Uh huh. (*laughing*) You're the wrong person to be making THAT argument, Mark. Maybe next time, you should have one of the four or five African-Americans in this country who subscribe to the Tea Party movement attempt to make it, but be sure to have them include an explication of the "Obama as witch doctor" signs, as well as the "birthers" seeking to delegitimize President Obama, that permeate the movement, should they attempt to do so. In any event, Mark Williams needs to stop projecting, and to stop subjecting everyone to his own patented and truly offensive brand of "screeching". He certainly does the Tea Party no favors by continuing to narcissistically "open his mouth" on the movement's behalf. I'm going to have to take away the "five stars" that Mr. Williams so very objectively gave his book. I can recommend it only if you need a doorstop, or if you need to prop up a wobbly table. Better to refrain from writing, Mr. Williams, and be thought the fool, and a racist fool at that, than to write and remove all doubt.< Less
Dec 19, 2010This book is THE book on the Tea Party. Inside I address directly the charges of racism directed toward the party as well as toward me (with illustrations such as the ones provided by planted reviews such as Jon Geller and Jordon, both of whom are a project of George Soros' anti-Jewish "Media Matters web site). In the book I teach you how to spot and expose those who seek to exploit our differences in order to keep us from uniting and taking back our country. Too bad for the Harpies screeching "RACIST!" and thinking they have won something... somebody forgot to tell them that Tea comes in Black too. It comes in a lot of colors, races, religions, and more. We live in a transitional time when the Ideal of America lives or dies, and this book explains how the Tea Party breathes life into that Ideal. It is also stunningly educational for people who believe that the aforementioned "Jordan" (who like "Jon Gelleer did not read the book) are even real. If they... More > should be real just imagine their surprise when they find that there are a number of religions that worship "monkey gods", including a major sect in India consisting of several million people. Indeed close to a third of this book is devoted to exposing the kinds of bigots represented by both of those poor souls and their masters. America is in peril. You MUST read this book!< Less
Nov 12, 2010This guy is a clown!!! Read the book wont use it as toilet paper. Tea Party idiots are a bunch of losers with little or no education. Who in essence joined cause they are to wuss to admit they are KKK members. If USA had a white president we wouldnt have had the silly old tea party. that is a fact. love from israel.
Oct 20, 2010It is ironic that Williams states that tea "comes in a lot of colors, races, religions, and more" considering he refered to the Muslim God of Allah as a "Monkey God." This clearly shows him as he is, a hypocrite.
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