Last night, the NAACP's Hilary Shelton appeared on O'Reilly to talk about its new website designed to track tea party racism, and asked that the party repudiate any racism by rally attendees. But the problem, as O'Reilly pointed out, is that the party had already done that. Still, Shelton claimed that racism continues. But when pressed for an example, he admitted "the closest things we've seen so far is we saw a t-shirt at one the rallies that said something really problematic." What did it say? Shelton wouldn't elaborate.