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Monday, February 24, 2014

Flashback: The Blaze Obtains Handwritten Letter By Mongrel Obama Calling Tea Partiers ‘Tea Baggers’ -- PatDollard.com, The Blaze

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“Teabagger” is a grotesque slur, no better than “mongrel”, describing someone as a pervert who enjoys testicles being placed on their face. After using that term, and repeatedly, Obama’s got no right to complain about being called anything, including “subhuman mongrel”. And let’s face facts. When Ted Nugent called Barack Obama a “subhuman mongrel” he was referring to Obama’s character, not his race, and in that context, was 100% accurate.

Excerpted from The Blaze: President Barack Obama allegedly told a Texas schoolteacher in a handwritten note that pursuing the Affordable Care Act was not “politically” smart, but that it was the “right” thing to do.

The president also defended the rights of so-called “tea baggers,” a derogatory term used against supporters of the Tea Party, to protest his signature health care law.

Obama’s note on official White House stationery was made in response to a letter from Thomas J. Ritter, a fifth-grade teacher at Sally B. Elliott ­Elementary in Irving, Texas, according to the New York Post. Ritter bemoaned the “toxic” political environment surrounding the Affordable Care Act.

“This bill has caused such a ­divisive, derisive and toxic environment,” Ritter wrote, according to the Post. “The reality is that any citizen that disagrees with your ­administration is targeted and ridiculed.”

“I hesitated to write for fear of some kind of retribution,” he added. “I watched you make fun of tea baggers and your press secretary make fun of Ms. [Sarah] Palin which was especially beneath the dignity of the White House … Do the right thing not the political thing. Suggest a bill that Americans can support.” Keep reading
 
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