Obama’s Labor Secretary Hilda Solis Calls Activists “Teabaggers”…A Sexual Pejorative
Posted by FactReal on November 2, 2011
|DEMOCRATS USE VULGARITY AND VENOM TO INSULT TEA PARTIERS
Sunshine State News reported: “At the Florida Democratic Party State Convention over the weekend, U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis insulted members of the Tea Party, referring to the activists as “teabaggers.” Teabagger is a pejorative term used to refer to a certain sexual act.”
Hilda Solis used the sexually explicit slur to insult supporters of the Tea Party movement: “I’ll be darned if I’m going to set that aside now because a few tea baggers want to somehow muzzle my voice.”
This is Obama’s new era of “civility.”
Hilda Solis with Nicaragua's Marxist Dictator Daniel Ortega
|Here is how the Tallahassee Democrat reported Solis’ and other Democrats uncivilized comments:
Democrats call for ‘citizen revolt’ against GOP
Oct 30, 2011
By Bill Cotterell
Florida Capital Bureau
LAKE BUENA VISTA — State and national Democratic Party leaders told Florida Democrats Saturday they can re-elect President Obama and U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson by rallying voters in a “citizen revolt” against Republican Party policies being dictated by “a brutally fanatic right-wing group of extremists” in Washington and Tallahassee. […]
U.S. Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, the featured speaker at a party luncheon, said Democrats should play defense in discussing Obama’s record on jobs and education. She said tea party activists have sought to dominate the debate, but that Obama supporters have nothing to feel shy about.
The former Los Angeles congresswoman told of her family’s experience, coming from Nicaragua, and how federal programs helped her and millions of poor or middle-class Americans with jobs, health care, housing and equal protection of the law.
“I’ll be darned if I’m going to set that aside now because a few tea baggers want to somehow muzzle my voice,” Solis said. “We don’t have to sit back and allow a minority in the Congress, known as the tea party, to dominate the discussion in our households.” […]
Wasserman Schultz said Republicans won control of the House and made gains at the state level because “frankly, we dropped the ball in 2010.” But she said winning meant the Republicans had to turn their party over to the Tea Party and other very conservative elements.
“The unfortunate thing is that the problem, in fact, stems from a brutally fanatic right wing group of extremists, who put politics and ideology above principles and people,” said Wasserman Schultz. “These fanatics are destroying our state and our country and the contrast between their agenda and ours has never been more stark.”