RUSH: A black tea party protester was featured last night on NBC’s Nightly News.
KELLY O’DONNELL: There aren’t a lot of African-American men at these events.
DARRYL POSTELL: Heh, heh, heh. Right.
O’DONNELL: Have you ever felt uncomfortable?
DARRYL POSTELL: No. No. These are my people!
DARRYL POSTELL: Americans.
RUSH: ‘These are my people: Americans.’ A black tea partier, NBC Nightly News.
RUSH: Hey, Snerdley, you know the media is out there and they keep asking: ‘How come all these tea party people are white?’ How about they were born that way! How come they’re not asking: How come most ACORN members are black? Because they were born that way.
RUSH: Diane in Camden, Arkansas. Welcome to the program.
CALLER: Hello, Rush. I’m a black conservative and tea partier who is sick of hearing that I’m a minority. I wake up, I’m 13% of the US population. I wake up a minority; I go to bed a minority. That’s not going to change. And furthermore, we lost our status as top minority because of illegal immigration. In a hundred years Latins and whites will be the majority. We’ll be a super minority.
CALLER: If they don’t like that we’re a minority now, they ain’t seen nothing yet!
CALLER: (laughing) It’s gonna get worse.
RUSH: (laughing) All right. Diane, I’m glad you called.