@REALStaceyDash How dare you be blind to it chick
— A. J. Jones (@BishopJones51) May 14, 2013
@BishopJones51 not blind and not a chick, thank you very much.
— Stacey Dash (@REALStaceyDash) May 14, 2013
Actress Stacey Dash might be outraged, but she’s certainly not surprised that former NAACP chairman Julian Bond would pull the race card today in defending the IRS against charges that the agency targeted conservative groups for extra scrutiny, sometimes to the point of harassment. Actually, that’s not quite accurate: they’re not charges, as the IRS has admitted to flagging Tea Party groups and other organizations that educate on the Bill of Rights and criticize the way the government is run. But that’s OK, Bond told MSNBC, because the Tea Party is “admittedly racist” and thus deserves it.
Even if that claim were true, and it most certainly is not — is Bond really comfortable with the idea of the IRS being used as a tool of punishment?
@REALStaceyDash Keep speaking the truth Stacey!!!
— Paul Guilbeau (@paulguilbeau) May 14, 2013
@REALStaceyDash thank you!! You are so on point…pathetic excuses.
— Timothy Alden (@PastorTimothyJ) May 14, 2013
@REALStaceyDash Being Puerto Rican I still don't get the race thing in the U.S. I don't see how a color can change someone's opinion.
— Ukno (@Frankyakauno) May 14, 2013
@REALStaceyDash same thing every time…you disagree with the Adm you're racist!
— Jim Regan (@Jbones72) May 14, 2013
— Wylde Rhoads (@WyldeRhoads) May 14, 2013
— Adrienne (@ForzaRocca) May 14, 2013