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Obama: "Trayvon Martin Could Have Been Me, 35 Years Ago"

commonsenserules Wrote: Jul 19, 2013 4:30 PM
"So folks understand the challenges that exist for African- American boys, but they get frustrated… …I think it’s important to recognize that the African- American community is looking at this issue through a set of experiences and a history that -- that doesn’t go away…" - why because they commit the majority of killings of other blacks? Other people too are frustrated President Obama. You have not once addressed the rampant black on black crime that has taken place now long before you were president. You have an ability to talk to the black immunity but you don't. Your presidency is based on keep back unrest - with your partners Holder and Sharpton. Great article Mr. Benson. Another to read is this one today http://www.americanthinker.com/2013/07/an_immigrants_view_of_racism_in_america.html


The President of the United States surprised reporters by appearing unannounced at today's daily press briefing to share his thoughts on the George Zimmerman trial and its implications.  I'll offer a few thoughts below, but first, here's the video (via our own Greg Hengler):




In order to put my commentary of Obama's statement into proper context, allow me to express my existing biases about the recent verdict -- about which I haven't written very much: The evidence presented at trial was clearly insufficient to merit a conviction...