“You have to understand that if you seek that office, then you have to be prepared to give your life to it. Essentially, the bargain that I think every President strikes with the American people is, ‘you give me this office, then in turn my fears, doubts, insecurities, foibles, need for sleep, family life, vacations, leisure, is gone. I am giving myself to you.’” – Barack Obama
“One man hanging is a tragedy to satisfy the lust of mob rule because it fits the narrative of white cop shoots black man.”
This past weekend in Hackensack NJ one black man assaulted three unsuspecting victims of which two where seriously hurt as he played the ‘Knockout Game.’
In Chicago this past weekend 7 people were killed and 29 more were wounded from shooting incidents.
And in Ferguson, MO. Protestors chanted “Time to kill a Cop.”
Most of this is not newsworthy because it doesn’t fit the media narrative.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon (D) who has higher office aspirations folded like a worn out bed pillow and called for the arrest of the white cop who shot Michael Brown just hours before a grand jury convened, will this influence the grand jury? You bet it will, the pressure is on.
What all this amounts to someone has to be sacrificed to satisfy the narrative and the most logical person to hang is the white cop, even though that most of the evidence released to date points that the shooting was justified. At this point no one knows for sure what happened and wouldn’t it be prudent to wait until all the evidence is in? Why wait? The media has already found the cop guilty.
There’s going to be no winners in this narrative; Jay Nixon (D) political career is over, Eric Holder (AG) who is a racist will only add gas to the fire and Obama’s tepid response only sent mixed messages.
Of course the biggest losers of all is a white cop who has been found guilty without due process and that phase on old piece of parchment that says …”
Equal Justice for ALL”.
Missouri Governor Irresponsibly Demands ‘Vigorous Prosecution’ Of Cop
Racial Politics: Under the Constitution, police have the same rights to due process as citizens. Yet Democratic politicians pandering for urban votes seek to deny Darren Wilson his.
On Tuesday night, on the eve of a grand jury hearing over the Wilson-Michael Brown shooting case, Missouri’s Democratic governor, who reportedly has 2016 White House aspirations, delivered a grossly irresponsible address calling for a “vigorous prosecution” of the Ferguson cop, whom he gratuitously noted shot Brown “in broad daylight.”
Gov. Jay Nixon also demanded “justice for Michael Brown” and his family, echoing the calls of the looters, protesters and race merchants.
He did not ask for a “vigorous” investigation or “justice” based on the facts. No, he’s already rendered a verdict — guilty — further endangering the life of Wilson, who’s already received death threats.
Source: Ferguson officer beaten before shooting Brown
The truth about Ferguson
I don’t know why we are spending our hard-earned money paying taxes to support a criminal justice system, when issues of guilt and innocence are being determined on television — and even punishment is being meted out by CNN’s showing the home and address of the policeman accused in the Ferguson, Mo., shooting.
One of the big differences between Democrats and Republicans is that we at least know what the Democrats stand for, whether we agree with it or not. But, for Republicans, we have to guess.
It is amazing how many otherwise sane people want Israel to become the first nation in history to respond to military attacks by restricting what they do, so that it is “proportionate” to the damage inflicted by the attacks.
Amid all the things being said on all sides about the massive, illegal influx of children from countries in Central America, we have yet to hear some American parent saying, “I don’t owe it to anybody to have my child exposed to diseases brought into this country, no matter what problems exist in other countries!”
The media’s frenzy that descended upon Ferguson, Mo. once again demonstrates its complete ignorance of life in the inner city. Anyone who has survived the barrios and the ghettos would recognize the usual cast of characters that converge on these incidents and would stay far away from them. But no-these media lapdogs shove mikes in their faces and actually believe their ‘eyewitness’ versions that nearly always turn out to be bogus and nothing other than a self-serving photo op.
Although many pundits are comparing the Ferguson riots to the 1960′s violent protests, one really has to go back further and examine the genesis of violent urban behavior. I lived in Spanish Harlem during the time when it was one of the most dangerous areas of New York City. There was a Burt Lancaster film, “The Young Savages” that perfectly described my neighborhood and a part of it was even filmed in the playground on E. 106th street where my sister and I played. Most of these ‘savages’ were Puerto Rican and were as huge an embarrassment to my family as the Ferguson looters are to decent blacks like Minister Johnathan Gentry who ranted about Ferguson rioters and race demagogues Sharpton and Jackson. If you haven’t watched his epic rant you’re missing the truth unfiltered by media bias.
Many do not know that the now posh Manhattan Upper West Side was once no-man’s land for the police and fire department that would be pelted with missiles and bottles when called to the West 80′s either to shut off a fire hydrant or to settle a domestic dispute. I would visit my sister who lived on W.88th Street and was always glad to leave. I lived on East 110th street and watched in horror one summer day when my neighbors descended on one Italian man who got into a fender bender with my neighbor whom I knew as Uncle Louie. I saw young men whom I thought were good people turn into savage cowards pounding on one man and ultimately stabbing him and leaving him for dead.