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A Problem Bigger than Ferguson

ctodd jr. Wrote: Aug 27, 2014 11:37 AM
A costly scenario and dangerous situation With the recent news (this morning) that an American (Black in appearance) was killed fighting for ISIS one has to wonder about the reasoning surrounding such a defiant move by an individual that has lived the life of luxury we have here in this society. Of course I am being sarcastic because, I do not, like many people at this time know any personal background on this man or his former life situation. Hypothetically speaking, after watching recent events unfold in Ferguson, Missouri and other Black communities across America one can see it would not be hard for terrorists groups, and I am not advocating, to recruit young men of color. Now, conservatives might answer that these young men have freedom in this society just like everyone else; however, not only are they lying, they created and continue to do so, the premise for the following short debate. White conservatives and liberals alike fail to understand that what they call freedom is in reality just capitalism in it’s most advantageous form favoring the haves against the have not’s. (It’s a fact that there are many more poor people than rich in our “great” society) Here’s why this course of degradation of humaneness’ is dangerous to America (it’s plain and simple) if you own a starving dog and you neighbor starts feeding and pampering the animal then you will someday lose the dog’s loyalty. Perhaps more importantly, why are so many white Americans and Europeans joining with these groups? Could it be that people that live in Western style capitalistic democracies are tired of seeing the rich get richer and the poor continue to lose ground? Revolutions are not always carried out in plain view with the reality of authorial understanding. I understand that we all love materialistic living because we have been trained to let that substitute for lack of being treated like individuals of intelligence but there is just something inherent to being human that says that’s not enough. OBMO
Poor baby
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America's Birthday

ctodd jr. Wrote: Jul 02, 2014 1:21 AM
Does this man realize that the framers were also slave holders?
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The Prisoner Swap Deal

ctodd jr. Wrote: Jun 10, 2014 7:24 AM
Mr. Sowell don't you know that he was dammed if he did and dammed if he didn't? The prejudiced Republicans would have had his head if he had not bargained for the release of this white boy. Why is it that you constantly buy into the white mans political views is beyond me, don't you ever see things from a Black perspective?
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Who's Racist?

ctodd jr. Wrote: Jun 03, 2014 12:10 PM
Not really it was on TV and on FNC at that!!
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Who's Racist?

ctodd jr. Wrote: Jun 03, 2014 11:44 AM
Do you remember the Republicans shouting "Kill Him" during Obama's first campaign? Remember how Southern conservatives have indicated hanging him in pictures and in mock figures in gas stations and stores? You do remember don't you? How could you forget after all he is the POTUS but he is Black and that makes it alright to do these disgraceful and dishonorable things. Remember John McCain pointing to Obama and refering to him as "this one"? You do remember, right? Here is my thoughts pertaining to racism and your party, who cares. Yes you (party) are very prejudice and racist towards Blacks but that's nothing new. The way I look at this is you wasted time writing something that is old hat. One more point, the democrats are also racist in their approach to the Black community, they are never there until they need our votes. So that being said you are one in the same.
I won't call you a lie because that is disrespectful but how many of the little white kids and mothers were pulled apart limb by limb? How many white men were boiled in oil just for looking at a women from a different race? How foolish to compare the white servitude experience with that of the Black slavery experience.
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The Myth of Segregation's Return

ctodd jr. Wrote: May 18, 2014 12:09 PM
So this fool has never been a city like Milwaukee, Wi or Philadelphia wich are two of the most segregated area's in the nation. In both cities the school system and city officials seem to support the non diverse attitude of the white population. Please don't me wrong I personally think living with my own folks is best; however, the schools should be on equal standards. I agree with the writer's attitude lets stay apart but equal. Sounds good to me.
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Kangaroo Courts on Campus?

ctodd jr. Wrote: May 14, 2014 12:55 AM
Did he do it?
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Forgive and Forget Benghazi, Dude

ctodd jr. Wrote: May 08, 2014 9:53 AM
I am not a particular fan of Hillary Clinton: however, how can the Republicans attack her about the September 11, 2012 attack on Benghazi and the deaths involved and at the same time continue to absolve Ms. Rice of any wrong doing, mainly because she would not speak out against this atrocities of the war? If they can so casually overlook the numbers ( 4,000 + ) lost in an illegal and ill advised war why are they so concerned about two diplomats and two CIA agents who were, like the others, doing their perceived duties? Have no doubt, the Republican Party and it’s followers are a very cruel, hate filled, and confused bunch. How one party can hate on so many levels is beyond me.
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