Barack Obama, our next President

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"The road ahead will be long. Our climb will be steep," Obama cautioned. Young and charismatic but with little experience on the national level, Obama smashed through racial barriers and easily defeated ...

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BP Oil Crisis Exposed Democrats’ Race
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based Double Standard
Contrast the media’s reaction to the Hurricane Katrina disaster with how they focused attention toward BP and away from
President Obama’s incompetent handling of the G
ulf oil crisis that resulted in oil sludge reaching the Gulf Coast,
devastating that region’s economy and adversely affecting ten percent of our nation’s gross national product (GDP). With
the callousness of a committed ideologue, Obama used the oil spill
catastrophe to push his cap
-
and
-
tax agenda. That
reckless legislation will skyrocket the cost of energy and spend billions of dollars on green energy programs that even
Spain abandoned because such green schemes are unworkable and economically disastrous.
Obama’s green energy
agenda

along with his takeover of parts of our private sector industry, as well as our entire health care system

will
make all Americans poorer and less free.
The Democratic Party today is anti
-
black
Democrats have been running black communities for the past 50 years, and the socialist
policies of the Democrats have turned black communities into economic and social
wastelands. Democrats have the audacity to blame Republicans for the crisis in black
nei
ghborhoods created by the Democrats.
Democratic Party operatives trashed black Democrat Juan Williams, calling him a “Happy
Negro” for daring to expose the failed socialist policies of the Democrats in his book
“Enough: The Phony Leaders, Dead
-
End Movements, and Culture of Failure That Are
Un
dermining Black America”.
Without remorse, Democrats deliberately keep blacks in poverty because Democrats have
built their political power base on the backs of poor blacks, just as Democrats built their economic power base on the
backs of poor blacks dur
ing the days of slavery. The centuries
-
old election year strategy of the Democrats is to keep
blacks poor, angry and voting for Democrats. Every election cycle, Democrats preach hatred against Republicans and
incite blacks to cast a protest vote against Re
publicans, not for Democrats.
With the complicity of the liberal press, Democrats hide their actions that keep blacks in
poverty. For instance, Democrats are aligned with teachers’ unions and block efforts of
Republicans to provide school choice scholar
ships to black parents so they can get their
children out of failing schools. Democrats put the special interests of teachers’ unions over
that of poor blacks. Democrats do not want to acknowledge that the money belongs to the
people, not the buildings t
hat are controlled by the teachers. Democrats are also aligned with
the AARP, one of the Democratic Party’s biggest special interest groups, and block Social
Security reform, even though blacks on average lose $10,000 in the system because blacks on
avera
ge have a five
-
year shorter life expectancy.
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The First Blacks In Congress

All Republicans
Photo: The first seven African Americans elected to
the 41st and 42nd U.S. Congress. Currier and Ives
original 1872 Image.
Hiram Rhodes Revels of Mississippi was the first
black elected as a United States senator, serving
from 1870
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1871 as a Republican.
Revels completed the unfinished term of
Jefferson Davis who was the former president of
the confederac
y.
Revels was followed in the Senate by Republican
Blanche K. Bruce, also of Mississippi.
Republican Joseph Rainey of South Carolina was
the first black to enter the House of
Representatives.
Below is a list of the black Republicans elected to Congress
during the Reconstruction era. Their lifespan is shown
in parenthesis.
United States Senate
Hiram Rhodes Revels (1822
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1901); Republican

Mississippi; 1870
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1871
Blanche Bruce (1841
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1898); Republican

Mississippi; 1875
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1881
House of Representatives
John Willis Menard (1838
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1893); Republican

Louisiana; 1868
Joseph Rainey (1832
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1887); Republican

South Carolina; 1870
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1879
Jefferson F. Long (1836
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1901); Republican

Georgia; 1870
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1871
Robert C. De Large (1842
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1874); Republican
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South Carolina; 1871
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1873
Robert B. Elliott (1842
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1884); Republican

South Carolina; 1871
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1874
Benjamin S. Turner (1825
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1894); Republican

Alabama; 1871
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1873
Josiah T. Walls (1842
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1905); Republican

Florida; 1871
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1873, 1873
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1875, 1875
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1876
Richard H. Cain (1825
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1887); Repub
lican

South Carolina; 1873
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1875, 1877
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1879
John R. Lynch (1847
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1939); Republican

Mississippi; 1873
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1877, 1882
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1883
James T. Rapier (1837
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1883); Republican

Alabama; 1873
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1875
Alonzo J. Ransier (1834
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1882); Republican

South Carolina; 1873
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1875
Jeremi
ah Haralson (1846
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1916); Republican

Alabama; 1875
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1877
John Adams Hyman (1840
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1891); Republican

North Carolina; 1875
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1877
Charles E. Nash (1844
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1913); Republican

Louisiana; 1875
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1877
Robert Smalls (1839
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1915); Republican

South Carolina; 1875
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1879,
1882
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1883, 1884
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1887
James E. O'Hara (1844
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1905); Republican

North Carolina; 1883
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1887
Henry P. Cheatham (1857
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1935); Republican

North Carolina; 1889
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1893
John Mercer Langston (1829
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1897); Republican

Virginia; 1890
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1891
Thomas E. Miller (1849
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193);
Republican

South Carolina; 1890
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1891
George W. Murray (1853
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1926); Republican

South Carolina; 1893
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1895, 1896
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1897
George Henry White (1852
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1918); Republican

North Carolina; 1897
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1901
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When Barack Obama was elected as the president of the United States, black liberals dreamily believed that the numerous maladies in the black community would cease to exist. They believed that his election was indicative of a vigorous wind of political and social change that was blowing across the country. Barack Obama himself vowed that his election would demarcate the conclusion of grisly "politics as usual" from the commencement of political and democratic freshness. However, as this administration continues on, it is abundantly clear that Obama has not only failed to deliver in a general sense, but he has also completely betrayed his most loyal constituency -- the black community.

After passing a gargantuan stimulus plan that was supposed to fix the economy, the unemployment rate continued to rise -- until it only recently began falling. Although we are currently at an 8.7 percent unemployment rate, the rate in the black community is at an unpardonably enormous 16.1 percent -- the highest of any ethnic group in the country. It is also important to note that black unemployment was lower under Bush than it has been at any point during Obama's administration. In point of fact, black unemployment was even lower under Bush than it was under Clinton.

More egregious than the high rate of black unemployment is the fact that Obama has been completely disconnected with the black community. He has failed to articulate any policy that would deal with the crisis that is evident in urban America. Rather, Obama is much more focused on articulating and enacting policies about issues that are close to his heart, such as allowing gays to serve openly in the military, as well as becoming a potent mouthpiece for the immoral Arab scam to steal Israeli land and annihilate the Jewish people.

Any intellectually honest person in America must look at Obama's demonstrable disregard for black issues and come to the unavoidable conclusion that black America is the very least of Obama's concerns. So obvious is this fact that even some of Barack Obama's most ardent supporters in the black intelligentsia have begun voicing strident denunciations of the president. The latest assault on Obama from his left-wing compatriot Cornel West is evidence of this phenomenon.

Although West's critique of Obama was partly personal and laden with his characteristically asinine divisive racial rhetoric, there was some substance to his criticism to which left-wing Obama cheerleaders in the black community remain willfully blind. West accused Obama of being "a black mascot of Wall Street oligarchs and a black puppet of corporate plutocrats."

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While West foolishly assumes that support for black issues and being in favor of business are mutually exclusive, the unstated and basic premise in West's critique is that Obama does not care enough about, and expresses no interest in, black people and black issues. As absurd as the rest of his intellectually messy ramblings are, West is right about that fundamental point.

Obama's sycophants are used to writing off all criticism of the president coming from whites as racist, and they are equally used to describing all criticism from black conservatives as being the puerile rants of Uncle Toms obsequiously looking for approval from "the white man"; however, although Cornel West is one of the black left's most revered academics, they would much rather write him off as entirely crazy than to admit that any criticism he has of Barack Obama contains even a scintilla of merit.

Big Government is the Problem, Not the Solution

By arguing that Obama has betrayed the black community, I am not arguing that Obama needs to spend his time carving out black-specific governmental policies. Manifestly, the black-specific liberal policies that have been attempted in the past have done nothing more than stimulate a metastasizing of the very social cancers that they were designed to treat. My argument is, however, that Obama has failed to enact the economic policies that would provide the necessary environment for blacks to fend for themselves independent of government -- despite the fact that he presented himself during his campaign as someone who was inimitably skilled and uniquely well-positioned to do so.

Without attempting to cater to blacks specifically, President Reagan managed to create economic prosperity throughout the entire country which, in point of fact, benefited blacks more than it did whites. The facts cannot be disputed: Reaganomics had a salubrious effect on the black community, whereas Obamanomics is having an unequivocally deleterious effect on black economics and the black community at large.

Obama Is Not The President of African Americans?

One of the talking points formulated by Obama's apologists in the media is the notion that Obama is not the president of black America. They argue he is the president of the United States of America. This pathetically feeble argument exists for the sole purpose of deflecting legitimate criticism of Obama's failure to meet the needs of the black community.

The fact of the matter is that Obama is the president of African Americans, just as he is the president of white Americans. It takes a shocking display of intellectual dishonesty to suddenly release Obama of any responsibility for black America, especially when previous presidents have always been held responsible for their treatment of the black community.

In 1998, the Nobel-Prize-winning writer Toni Morrison gave Bill Clinton the honorary moniker of "America's first black president" because, according to her, he "display[ed] almost every trope of blackness: single-parent household, born poor, working-class, saxophone-playing, McDonald's-and-junk-food-lovin g boy from Arkansas."

Leaving aside the recognizably insulting view of what constitutes blackness in Morrison's perverse mind, had white, southern Clinton possessed all these qualities while presiding over 16.1 percent unemployment, I am positive that this endearing nickname would never have been created -- much less believed by black liberals for many years until the emergence of Obama.

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By contrast, the left, with unutterable alacrity, vociferously argued that George W. Bush's less-than-stellar handling of Hurricane Katrina was indicative of his incurable allergy toward black skin. Even largely apolitical rapper Kanye West took the time out to accuse Bush of not caring about blacks. The fact that Bush packed his administration with exceptionally well-qualified minorities was completely disregarded when the black left gave Bush his failing report card. One can only imagine the panic-stricken cries of racism that would have been heard for years if Bush had overseen 16.1 percent black unemployment.

It is nothing more than liberal hypocrisy to see the crisis evident in the black community under Obama's watch and simply respond with the contemptible shibboleth stating, "Obama is not the president of black America; he's the president of the United States of America" -- especially when every other president in recent history has been critically judged on their treatment of the black community.

Can Republicans Argue Back?

If the Republican Party cannot effectively communicate to blacks the obvious fact that Obama has been working diligently on all the trivial left-wing issues close to his heart, yet has completely neglected to address the glaring emergency occurring in his "own" community, then the Republicans are destined to -- and deserve to -- lose the black vote in 2012.

The black community is looking for political change. Yes, Obama is black, but he has proven that his liberalism takes preeminence over his blackness. Liberalism cannot save black America. If Republicans cannot capitalize on this crisis in leadership that Obama has provided and offer a concrete alternative message to the black community as to why conservatism is the answer, it's safe to say Republicans will never capture the black vote.

The opportunity to make powerful racial public policy arguments is now. Republicans pass up this pristine opportunity at their own political peril.

Mr. Okeem is a freelance writer and can be contacted at mrokeem@gmail.com. His blog on politics and culture can be read at voiceofchid.com .

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I forgot it's black history month. Can I get a ham hock and some lemon aid while a wait for white history month to come back?
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Jeff wrote:
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You barry lovers love to skew the numbers.
Not as much as rightwing nuts.
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Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>Lucky us.
If Romney were in charge, we'd be going backwards... and accelerating!
You are backwards, hooked up wrong and going backwards you idiot...

It's the culture..
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BP Oil Crisis Exposed Democrats’ Race
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based Double Standard
Contrast the media’s reaction to the Hurricane Katrina disaster with how they focused attention toward BP and away from
President Obama’s incompetent handling of the G
ulf oil crisis that resulted in oil sludge reaching the Gulf Coast,
devastating that region’s economy and adversely affecting ten percent of our nation’s gross national product (GDP). With
the callousness of a committed ideologue, Obama used the oil spill
catastrophe to push his cap
-
and
-
tax agenda. That
reckless legislation will skyrocket the cost of energy and spend billions of dollars on green energy programs that even
Spain abandoned because such green schemes are unworkable and economically disastrous.
Obama’s green energy
agenda

along with his takeover of parts of our private sector industry, as well as our entire health care system

will
make all Americans poorer and less free.
The Democratic Party today is anti
-
black
Democrats have been running black communities for the past 50 years, and the socialist
policies of the Democrats have turned black communities into economic and social
wastelands. Democrats have the audacity to blame Republicans for the crisis in black
nei
ghborhoods created by the Democrats.
Democratic Party operatives trashed black Democrat Juan Williams, calling him a “Happy
Negro” for daring to expose the failed socialist policies of the Democrats in his book
“Enough: The Phony Leaders, Dead
-
End Movements, and Culture of Failure That Are
Un
dermining Black America”.
Without remorse, Democrats deliberately keep blacks in poverty because Democrats have
built their political power base on the backs of poor blacks, just as Democrats built their economic power base on the
backs of poor blacks dur
ing the days of slavery. The centuries
-
old election year strategy of the Democrats is to keep
blacks poor, angry and voting for Democrats. Every election cycle, Democrats preach hatred against Republicans and
incite blacks to cast a protest vote against Re
publicans, not for Democrats.
With the complicity of the liberal press, Democrats hide their actions that keep blacks in
poverty. For instance, Democrats are aligned with teachers’ unions and block efforts of
Republicans to provide school choice scholar
ships to black parents so they can get their
children out of failing schools. Democrats put the special interests of teachers’ unions over
that of poor blacks. Democrats do not want to acknowledge that the money belongs to the
people, not the buildings t
hat are controlled by the teachers. Democrats are also aligned with
the AARP, one of the Democratic Party’s biggest special interest groups, and block Social
Security reform, even though blacks on average lose $10,000 in the system because blacks on
avera
ge have a five
-
year shorter life expectancy.
what really interesting is how your entire diatribe on Black History contains all about a lot of what this White guy did and that White Guy did but no actual accomplishments of any kind by Blacks, What they have done is gut every city they live in, they have proven to be dangerous parasites we would be a lot better off without

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Bill Mahr booed repeatedly on Letterman. People are tired of the race card. Time to put in back in the deck and leave it there.

But it sure was funny watching him get his hat handed to him. What was even funnier was he kept asking Letterman 'Why are they booing?' Letterman would just look at him with that smirky smile and just shrug his shoulders.

Hey Bill!!! People are tired of the race card!!! You need a new trick pony if you are going to stay relevant.
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This is one stupid rock dinosaur who needs to go with Stevie Wonder and fudge-pack themselves.
What ever happened to Class Acts?
Gone.
Stevie Wonder's music sucked anyways. He is just a blind fool.

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<quoted text>Who said anything about working for free moron? You want to talk about slave wages, take it up with Walmart.
If you want more than minimum wage, make yourself worth more than minimum wage.
If you don't want to get off your ass to do that, well, insert your own penis into your own ass.
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Bill Mahr booed repeatedly on Letterman. People are tired of the race card. Time to put in back in the deck and leave it there.
But it sure was funny watching him get his hat handed to him. What was even funnier was he kept asking Letterman 'Why are they booing?' Letterman would just look at him with that smirky smile and just shrug his shoulders.
Hey Bill!!! People are tired of the race card!!! You need a new trick pony if you are going to stay relevant.
The regular folks are getting sick of the liberals race baiting. I watched and the Phag Bill Mahr says "Why are they booing at me?"

The libtard doesn't get it.

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Day 4 1/2, Martin still dead, Zimmerman still free to commit another murder.
I don't see an increase in the number of blacks assaulting whites and hispanics since the verdict of not guilty was announced for Zimmerman. It seems to be the same, with the exception that there is just another excuse used for the same old uncivilized bullshit.
Now, when some black "child" shoots a baby in the face or mugs some 70 year old great grandmother, they just add "this is for Trayvon" to their diatribe to go along with "give me your wallet".
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Leno had a funny one where everyone laughed. He said it was so hot, Joe Biden got delirious and actually started making sense.

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Bill Mahr booed repeatedly on Letterman. People are tired of the race card. Time to put in back in the deck and leave it there.
But it sure was funny watching him get his hat handed to him. What was even funnier was he kept asking Letterman 'Why are they booing?' Letterman would just look at him with that smirky smile and just shrug his shoulders.
Hey Bill!!! People are tired of the race card!!! You need a new trick pony if you are going to stay relevant.
It's the only card they have in their hand. They either have to play it, or get out of the game.

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By now you should know that your lies can be easily exposed by a quick click of the computer. The last report issued by the FBI was for 2011.
"The Federal Bureau of Investigation has released its 2011 data on reported hate crimes. They have fallen to the lowest level since 1994." As the FBI reports:
Fifty-nine percent of offenders were white. 20.9 percent were black.
http://reason.com/blog/2012/12/11/hate-crimes...
Would this have come from some department under the control of Eric Holder?
Do you really think anything from Eric Holder has any credibility?

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You're at home now. Don't need to lock up if you don't leave, dumbass.
People started locking their houses because everything unlocked was broken into, dumbass. That is new in America.
What changed?
No stupid, I was at work and my house was unlocked. Got jury duty today, be leaving shortly, the house will be unlocked.

Maybe you just live in a different kind of place than the one you grew up in. Go back to what you grew up in and leave your doors unlocked. Nothing has changed beyond more people living in denser populations. When I live in cities or the suburbs I lock my doors. In the suburbs the biggest threat is breakins by bored local teens.

Y'all have whipped yourselves into a paranoid frenzy, feels good 'cause it gets your blood moving. Fact is crime is down in this country, lower than it was has been at any other time in our lifetimes.

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If you are trying to exhibit logic, we're all laughing at you.
A guy with a gun drawn gets his nose punched and broken, pulled to the ground and his is being bashed while he screams for help.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA....
A witness saw a black hoodieman sitting atop a person wearing a red jacket and vertical movement.
Go play in your tree house, tenzing. Make believe works out there:]
Doesn't really work the way it does in movies. Absolutely he could have had his gun out of its holster and got his face drilled and knocked to the ground and mounted by Martin. Exactly what I would do if someone drew on me in close quarters. The nose is an excellent first target, extremely painful, fucks with your vision and disorients you. It in fact makes more sense that Zimmerman's gun was out of its holster before he was under Martin, depending on the configuration, would probably have been near impossible to draw it under those conditions.

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No stupid, I was at work and my house was unlocked. Got jury duty today, be leaving shortly, the house will be unlocked.
Maybe you just live in a different kind of place than the one you grew up in. Go back to what you grew up in and leave your doors unlocked. Nothing has changed beyond more people living in denser populations. When I live in cities or the suburbs I lock my doors. In the suburbs the biggest threat is breakins by bored local teens.
Y'all have whipped yourselves into a paranoid frenzy, feels good 'cause it gets your blood moving. Fact is crime is down in this country, lower than it was has been at any other time in our lifetimes.
Yes, I live in a different place, but it is the same kind of place.
I know very well what it is like where I grew up. My family still lives there. All I have to do to find out what is going on there is just call a brother or sister or my mother or any one of a dozen cousins I grew up with when we didn't have to lock the house.

So, back to the question you are trying to run away from:

Why did this country change from a place where you didn't need to lock your house to a country where everything not locked up will get stolen?

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