WSJ Questions NAACP Tea Party Attacks

With Black America sinking under the weight of the Democrats' managment of urban America, the Wall Street Journal wonders why the NAACP is so distracted by cheap politics.

The gulf between the priorities of civil rights leaders and the actual needs of the people they claim to represent has been growing for decades. And the trend continues with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People's release of "Tea Party Nationalism."

The NAACP passed a resolution in July condemning "racist elements and activities" in the tea party. Now it has issued a report that accuses the movement of giving a "platform to anti-Semites, racists and bigots."