Saturday, July 20, 2013

Tea Party "Horse on Donkey" Sex Fantasy

by Pa Rock
Citizen Journalist

An obscure political group calling itself the Black American Leadership Alliance (BALA) which "boasts" among its members former Congressman Allen West of Florida and appears to be a tool of the Tea Party bowel movement, made news this week when it held an anti-immigration rally in Washington, DC.  Actually, it was one speaker who made the news, and that person wasn't even black.

The speaker, Ken Crow, former President of the Tea Party of America and now a co-founder of the Tea Party Community gave the crowd a down-and-dirty lesson on horse breeding.  He said, in part:

"I’m from Texas, and one of the things about being from a ranch in Texas is that you learn about breeding.  You learn about breeding livestock, you learn about breeding horses.  And believe it or not I’m here to talk to you about your breeding. 
You are American patriots.  You came from those incredible blood lines of Thomas Jefferson and George Washington and John Smith. And all these great Americans, Martin Luther King. These great Americans who built this country. You came from them. And the unique thing about being from that part of the world, when you learn about breeding, you learn that you cannot breed Secretariat to a donkey and expect to win the Kentucky Derby. You guys have incredible DNA and don’t forget it. 
You’ve got the breeding, you’ve got the DNA, you’ve got the patriotism and you’ve got the sacrifice. And I’ll be damned if I’m going to give my country up to a bunch of people who do not deserve to be here."

It's nice that he mentioned Dr. King, even if it did appear to almost be an after-thought, but I doubt that the Good Reverend would have appreciated having his name used in that context or at that venue.

Other supporters of the Black American Leadership Alliance who spoke at the event included such ardent supporters of black issues and causes as Congressman Steve King of Iowa, Senator Ted "Calgary" Cruz of Texas, and Senator Jefferson Beauregard Sessions of Alabama.

Interestingly, it would have been possible to have bred Secretariat to a donkey.  Secretariat, a male horse, could have mated with a female donkey and produced a "hinny," or he could have mated with a Tea Party member and sired a jackass.

Neither would have won the Kentucky Derby.

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