At a recent Ozarks Tea Party rally, activist Inge Marler defied stereotypes by telling a remarkably racist joke to the 500-person audience. Further shattering any generalizations the lamestream media may have previously held about Caucasian Tea Party members from rural Arkansas, the audience roared with laughter and applause. But come on now, who wouldn’t laugh at comedy gold like this:
A black kid asks his mom, ‘Mama, what’s a democracy?’
“‘Well, son, that be when white folks work every day so us po’ folks can get all our benefits.’
“‘But mama, don’t the white folk get mad about that?’
“‘They sho do, son. They sho do. And that’s called racism.’”
Right. Well. Maybe it was her impeccable delivery that had the audience rolling in the aisles? That, or maybe they’re just racist.
One audience member who was particularly impressed was Arkansas Sen. Missy Irvin (R-ALEC). Irvin Tweeted from the event: “Great rally this afternoon for the Ozark Tea Party in Baxter County. Great job @RichardCaster!”
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