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The Real Lessons of Ferguson

Clarence62 Wrote: Nov 27, 2014 11:11 AM
The real lesson? Blacks are easily manipulated, and as a group, aren't very intelligent.
Margaret Sanger started planned parenthood to control the birth rate of "those people". Legal abortion introduced a money making weapon into that goal. It enabled the payoffs to the modern "house niger" flappin their jaws on the national stage. Until Black America stops being the willing slaves of the democrat party, and decides to be free, the situation in black america will never improve. Only children, pets, and slaves get taken care of. Free men take care of themselves.
Why does a man's employer have to be responsible for his criminal activities. When he admitted hitting his wife, wasn't he arrested? Wasn't he charged? Why is this an issue now, after the woman married him? Because you saw him do, what you already knew he did months ago? That's kind of indicative of a short attention span don't you think. If Goodell comes out and tells NOW and the leftest press to pound sand, forbids reporters (and networks) who call for his ouster, access to NFL facilities, he may come across as the person wearing the pants. Face it, the NFL is loosing viewership because a lot of us don't care to watch players in pink shoes.
Except for the fact that current immigration law is being ignored and not enforced, there is no reason for congressional action. If the the Border Patrol was moved back to the southern border, and ALL immigration/border laws enforced to the letter, there wouldn't be an illegal alien invasion going on. If this simple solution is not enacted, the United States will not continue to exist.
So it's come full circle. The Polish are now telling American jokes.
They are.
I don't really give a rat's rear end what happens to "the chilldrin" in New York. Their parents have voted for liberals (R&D) for decades, and the decay is now painfully apparent.
The dumbasses in California have what they voted for.
The reason to raise the minimum wage is It's not a livable wage. Isn't that the reason it was raised to it's current level? That was just a couple of years ago. The rate of inflation hasn't gone up that much. How was it a livable wage then and not now? My wages haven't increased. As a matter of fact, for my business to stay open, they went down. Obviously these people's lives are WAY too easy.
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