Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Lou Ann Zelenik deletes inconvenient facts from her Facebook page

Tea party values = cowardice and denial of facts

Add these characteristics to what we already know about the extremist white KKKristian movement known as the Tea Party.

Go to Zelenik's Facebook page and ask her the tough questions. You must select 'like' to comment.

The following comments were deleted from Lou Ann Zelenik's Facebook page:

Link to this thread on the economy:
It is important to note 3 things:
1) job creation is extremely important to the US right now. The last Republican Administration had the worst record of job creation since WWII: http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2009/01/09/bush-on-jobs-the-worst-track-record-on-record/
2) Under Obama, Americans paid the least amount of taxes in 60 years. FACT: http://www.usatoday.com/money/perfi/taxes/2010-05-10-taxes_N.htm
3) The teaparty movement calls for less government yet TN receives more mone from the federal government than Tennesseans pay in taxes. FACT: http://www.taxfoundation.org/press/show/22659.html
Link to this thread on her position to deny religious freedom:

Lou Ann, Constitutional rights of Freedom of Religion is the law. Republicans sponsored and supported the Religious Freedom Restoration Act in the state Senate last year. The law protects mosques and other religious buildings from government interference. Interesting that a group that touts itself as a proponent of the Constitution would stage such a march. Both Democratic candidates Leming and Carter, who have spoken up for the rights of local Muslims, are distinguished vets who have served with Muslims in Muslim countries, and have a great deal of experience with Muslim families and culture. Please tell us, without demagoguing all Muslims by raising the specter of 9/11, tell us your personal experience with Muslims in our community. How many Muslim families and professional associates do you have? Voters recognize personal experience is important in creating positions on issues.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Yes. Thank you. We must expose Zelnick and her hate spewing ilk before they, like the Nazis in Germany, convince people that it's their "Christian" duty to oppose any diversity.