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

RAY USA Wrote: Jul 19, 2013 7:29 PM
Here's a good topic for a discussion of race and crime as Obama proposed today: The media and Obama should examine the statistics on how many blacks kill whites each year and vice versa. The fact is that every year black murders of whites greatly outnumber white murders of blacks. Obama's concern about Trayvon makes it is clear that Obama values a black life much more than a white life.
JasonCharleston Wrote: Jul 19, 2013 7:31 PM
I reject your premise. These people don't give a SHEET about any human life. They only do this for power's sake. Don't give them any illusion of any human empathy. These people are monsters who deliberately destroyed the inner city and have been suppressing black people for 40 years.
RockinRickOwen Wrote: Jul 19, 2013 7:39 PM
If I hadn't read what you said here carefully, I could've accused you of being a racist. I did notice you said "they" have been suppressing black people for 40 years. That's called reading comprehension. I actually read what you wrote, and agreed with you. The Proglodytes haven't essentially changed since at least the 1920s. I read recently that H.G. Wells, a progressive, said that implementation of their polices would require either liberal fascists or enlightened Nazis. I have a difficult time making that distinction, but there you have it. That's the goal. You don't have to be a Star Trek fan to know where that leads.


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...