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Obama's Zimmerman Problem

Lulabelle Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 8:15 PM
I'd like to know how the Hispanic people feel about this. Do they have an opinion?
Mona42 Wrote: Jun 03, 2012 1:38 AM
I wouldn't count on help from many Hispanics for George Zimmerman. It is a difficult situation for "white" Hispanics, as they are usually are not under the Hispanic umbrella of protection. My opinion (as an American of Irish/Mexican descent) is that victim-hood is deeply entrenched in the Hispanic identity. This is why many of us half-breeds do not identify ourselves as Hispanic, even though our skin color is usually brown. If you are taught to be a victim of whites, you will not embrace someone of your own color, if they are half-white in blood. People who are taught to be victims are crippled and cannot succeed, it is a cruel thing to do to our people and it is the reason the prisons are overflowing with young Hispanics.

God save me from my friends; I can take care of my enemies.

That thought must be coursing through the mind of President Obama right now as his White House rigs for silent running in the murder trial of George Zimmerman.

Obama foolishly inserted himself into this volatile case weeks ago, and injected the issue of race. Expressing empathy with the family of Trayvon Martin, Obama flashed a signal of racial solidarity:

"If I had a son, he would look like Trayvon."

Obama also implied that he shares the liberal perspective that America is a country...