As I've said before, the premise of the Republican Party and the tea party goes all the way back to Edward Rutledge, who was from the potentially new state of South Carolina. In actuality a bad time. It was simply South Carolina, which was one of the original colonies of these United States. But at the time, Edward Rutledge took the position for the entire southern colonies saying that the Southern colonies would not under any circumstances sign the Declaration of Independence. As long as the declaration granted the status of human being to the black people from Africa. Edward Rutledge and his associates in the southern colonies considered to be nothing more than property.
That mentality of hatred for anyone who is not white and Christian has existed in the southern colonies or the southern states of these United States. Ever since the signing of the Declaration of Independence, and it is one of the major premises upon which the Republican Party and the tea party base their political agenda. This story clearly shows that. Which is one of the things that I believe is totally unacceptable in a country that is supposed to be united.
This is why I'm calling on all like-minded Americans to join me in boycotting any and all businesses as many as possible of the Republican Party the tea party and the right-wing Christian extremists. Boycott their businesses now. Don't give them any more of our money.