Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Chee-to, Nov 24, 2014.
Milwaukee Police Chief Explodes on Black Protesters for Ignoring Crime’s ‘Greatest Racial Disparity’
Now I would by that leo a beer.
Way to stand up to this utter bullbubblegum!
But, I dont like the anti 2A undertone.
I heard no anti 2a, I heard criminals who are killing via guns...
Criminals do not abide by Laws. The 2a is not about Criminal Rights, in the day, of ~creating the words of~ 2a, no one would have thought twice, to shoot the criminal.... Because ~That~ was The Law Abiding thing to do...
The key phrase was "High capacity".
Given the fact that most anti gunners use that phrase it is indeed an anti 2A undertone..
How else will they stop criminals from getting them?
Ban them.. Its utterly stupid but folks who talk like that arent 2A friendly. Ever. Ignornace isnt an excuse.
Thats the entire logic.
I bet if asked, he'd say exactly that.
So yes, there is an undertone.
That is NOT an undertone . . . That is an in-your-face statement which puts him squarely in the anti-2nd amendment camp!!!!!!
The guy makes some good points though and I can't blame him for being angry.
The lurid fame-frenzy-let's-get-in-on-the-action exploitation of the one incident ignores the daily grind of black-on-black crime that is way out of proportion to the percentage of the population, and also makes it seem like "the po-lice" do nothing other than victimize innocent bystanders.
What's happening there in Missouri is similar to the behavior of the fools who couldn't wait to rush down to the WTO riots in Seattle in 1999.
He hit the nail on the head. This shouldn't be about a "young man murdered by a cop" but should be about the complete and utter lack of moral character and conscience of our inner city communities. Race isn't a part of that even though the statistics would say it's more prevalent throughout the minority communites.
It's about individual accountability and self respect. About caring more for society than you do about yourself.
And boom goes the dynamite
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