WTF?!?!?!?! Marvel Comics and Captain America says Tea Parties are Dangerous and Racist


"Isn't it wonderful that a decades old American comic book hero is now
being used to turn readers against our very political system, being used to
slander folks that are standing up for real American principles in real life --
and one called "Captain America" at that?"

"In issue number 602 of Captain America, a new story line has begun called
"Two Americas." In it the current Captain is on the trail of a faux Captain America that is mentally deranged and getting chummy with some white supremacist,
anti-government, survivalists types going by the name of "the Watchdogs." While
investigating this subversive group, Captain America and his partner The Falcon
- a black superhero - have decided to try and infiltrate the secretive

"In preparation for the infiltration, Marvel Comics depicts the two super
heroes out of costume and observing from a rooftop a street filled with what can
only be described as a Tea Party protest. The scene shows crowds of people in
city streets carrying signs that say, "stop the socialists," "tea bag libs
before they tea bag you," and "no new taxes." Naturally, the people in
these crowds are depicted as being filled with nothing but white folks."

"The black character asks the out of costume Captain, "What the hell is
this?" And follows that with, "Looks like some kind of anti-tax protest." The Falcon character then snidely tells his partner the Captain, "So I guess this whole 'Hate the
government' vibe around here isn't limited to the Watchdogs."

"So, there you have it, America. Tea Party protesters just "hate the government," they are racists, they are all white folks, they are angry, and they associate with secretive white supremacist groups that want to over throw the U.S. government."

"Bet you didn't know that when you were indulging your right as a citizen
to protest your government that you were a dangerous white supremacist
that wants to destroy the country, did you? Bet you didn't realize that your
reverence for the U.S. Constitution was a subversive thing to do, did you? And
I'll also bet that you never imagined that you'd scare the little blue panties
off of Captain America!"

"Nice going Marvel Comics. Thanks for making patriotic Americans into your
newest super villains."

Unfortunately, Marvel produces my favorite comics. I've been collecting "Wolverine" since I was a kid. They also do "Iron Man", "Spiderman", and "Hulk". They were acquired by The Walt Disney Company on December 31, 2009 for $4.24 billion. I hope Walt Disney will put an end to this nonsense. Hopefully they'll get enough bad press and fire those responsible, but until they do, I'm done with Marvel and Walt Disney.


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