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The Fastest Way To Force Your Company Into Bankruptcy

I'll think I just post this straight from Fox News:


A management consultant on Monday stood by remarks over the weekend in which he compared black Tea Party activists to Jewish guards in Nazi concentration camps, telling FoxNews.com there are "turncoats" in every group.

 Luke Visconti, owner of DiversityInc, first said on CNN that Tea Party leaders are "leveraging racism" and that they have risen to power with an "anti-black Obama" message.


When the anchor noted that black members are active in the conservative movement, Visconti responded: "There were Jewish concentration guard camps. Weren't there?"


Reached Monday, Visconti elaborated. He said his point was that "there are people in every group no matter what is being done to them that will side with the people that are doing the injustice."


He said that black conservatives are going against their own interests in joining the Tea Party, which he described as a "creepy" phenomenon based on "hatred" and "racism."


So, black people who want their government to be a limited government, to reduce taxes, reduce government regulation on private citizens and businesses, and to rid it of corruption and Socialism.....  are racists, traitors, turncoats, and Nazi-sympathizing Jewish concentration camp guards?

I guess he is betting on a short-sale.


"There's always going to be turncoats or people who behave in a way that's not beneficial to the majority of the group in order to curry favor," he said. "Why would Jewish people volunteer to help the Nazis manage concentration camps? ... Well, for favors."

 Asked what black conservatives would have to gain by linking up with the Tea Party, Visconti suggested they'd be better off working within the mainstream GOP network and again invoked the concentration camp comparison.


AAAhhhhh.  The Tea-Party Movement is not mainstream.  You mean like the NAACP? [update: removed link as this incident has proven false. Here is link to corrected and unedited video]


"I don't think it's in Jewish people's best interest in World War II to help the Nazis administer concentration camps. ... I don't think it's in any black person's best interest to support the Tea Party," he said.


Visconti added: "Evil is very attractive."


Hmmmm.  Bigoted much?  Hating much?


I guess you really don't like your company.  Hey, anyone who is working for this company better dust off and ramp up your resume's.  You're gonna need them real soon. 

  #ObamaLand

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