President Due To Speak Out Any Day Now On This Shooting.....annnnnyyyyyy daaaayyyyyyy

Baby is shot and killed by two teen boys in Georgia, one has now been identified as De'Marquis Elkins a 17 yr old African American. The baby, an unarmed 13 month old Euro, was in a stroller at the time. Here are details -

I expect the President of the United States who spoke so eloquently on the killing of an unarmed African American teen by what was thought to be a Euro will speak out as eloquently on this murder. If not here's what he might say. "I can only imagine what these parents are going through," Mr. Obama said from the White House Rose Garden, "and when I think about this boy, I think about my own kids, and I think every parent in America should be able to understand why it is absolutely imperative that we investigate every aspect of this and that everybody pulls together, federal, state and local, to figure out how this tragedy happened."

Mr. Obama said he is glad the Justice Department is investigating the shooting and that (Florida Gov. Rick Scott) Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal formed a task force in response to the incident as well. The president suggested he was sympathetic to suspicion that the shooting may have been racially motivated.

"You know, if I had a son, he'd look like De'Marquis (Trayvon)," Mr. Obama said.

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So, the child was a European-American?

I saw Amanda St. Hilaire on WTOL news was when she was reporting on the Trayvon Martin case and said: "We're all Trayvon." To this day I do not like her. I wonder if she will report on this case?

Sorry, but we're not all Trayvon. Not all of us attack other people in the night, counting on our hoodies and the darkness to protect us. Not all of us indulge in "purple drank" and other such intoxicants. Not all of us are thugs who invite armed reprisals to our violent actions.

Some of us wear sheets over our heads and torture and murder innocent people.

When you use the phrase "some of us" you are of course including yourself in that group, and by extension people you know who do whatever it is to which you refer.
Since I don't belong to the group you describe I would say "there are people who wear hoods over their heads and torture and murder innocent people."

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With the white sheets covering their bodies we don't know who is underneath. Some of these people wear three piece suits, display big smiles, but philospphically wear the sheet. In my opinion there is no person immune from being a racist or Facist.

You deal in a lot of generalities. So if in your opinion no one is immune from being a racist then I could be expected to have some fear that any black person I come in contact with could be a racist. Or does it only work one way?

Any statement I make is the opinion of me exercising my first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and is generally permitted.

Every once in a while we agree on something. I have met Black people who were racist and facist. For instance, in my opinion Louis Farakan is a racist and a facist.

Just like Sen. Robert Byrd (D).


and his black half at war with his white half, and his ill-concealed (in my opinion) contempt for whites in general -- I doubt you will be hearing ANYTHING from BO on this horrific shooting. He won't be referring to this baby as "precious", and won't have any public words of condemnation for the shooter. I don't even like the death penalty, but for THIS - I hope Georgia has the death penalty.

Not only that - I have believed for a few years now, that this president's attitude, as well as his wife's attitude, may possibly be emboldening criminals who are African American. It's like a racial poison has been injected into American society, that didn't exist to such a degree a few years ago.

Thank God he didn't shoot twenty other unarmed people.

I don't anyway. You don't mean to say that it is good that this murderer only shot one helpless infant? Surely not.

At any rate, for anyone who thinks only mass murders count, or are to be mourned [and you couldn't really be believing that]... then I am still waiting for Beelzebubba (aka Bill Clinton) to explain why it was ok to destroy over 20 children in 1993 in Waco TX, the only apparent reason being he was bored and embarrassed by an unnecessary standoff that he created. And, if memory serves, after 1993 when his poll numbers nosedived, he was actually heard to say something to the effect that the OK City disaster was fortunate for him politically.

All murder is horrific - but the deliberate murder of an infant is incomprehensible -- including those done in abortion mills.

One aspect of what Fred may be getting at, is that this prez is rather selective in whose death he cares about... which tragedies he takes note of.... depending on who the shooter or murderer is. Just like Bill Clinton, IMHO. I guess this baby who was murdered maybe didn't look enough like a son that BO might have had.

If Obama had a son, he would look like the guy who shot this todler.

Don't blame me,
I didn't vote for a

Trayvon Martin story exploded in media. White baby shot in face by black teenager —— not so much. We all understand why.

Why don't you tell us why.

If 0bama had a son, he'd look like De'Marquis Elkins.

"We're all riding on the Hindenburg, no sense fighting over the window seats"-Richard Jenni

Or Dennis Rodman

Here's the Euro apologist version of why - Black people are thirteen percent of the American population -- therefore members of the minority race beating up two members of the majority race is quite different in a societal sense than a member of the majority race shooting the minority race in apparent cold blood. White-on-black crime comes from a position of power. The opposite -- the minority oppressing the majority -- is impossible.

Beyond the demographics, and beyond the oppression, or even the stripping of cultural identity and the enslavement of African Americans prior to the Civil War, the last 150 years have witnessed countless examples of black people being villainized, oppressed, lynched, tortured and segregated by white people. Even after the slaves were freed, the effort to reconstruct the nation led to the North and South agreeing upon a common enemy to blame for the war and the subsequent hardships it caused: black people became a national scapegoat as society embraced the Lost Cause Mythology and the absolution of the South for seceding. Black people, they said, were responsible for 600,000 dead Americans; black people nearly destroyed the nation; black people began to seek power over white people, so they had to be held down and persecuted. They were portrayed in pop culture -- silent films, minstrel shows and cartoons -- as lazy, shiftless rapists. Soon, neo-slavery cropped up in the south, whereby black people could be arrested for nonsense crimes like "vagrancy" -- being unemployed, basically -- then disappeared and sold into secret chain gangs dotting the countryside where they would live out their lives without trial or connection to their families. Jim Crow laws, prevalent into the 1960s, and even modern purges of voter registration lists in Florida and elsewhere have disenfranchised black people and relegated them to second class citizens. Harassment, lynchings and beatings from mobs of white people in white hoods forced black people to live in fear and inferiority. Law enforcement and the judicial system was stacked against black people, and when this system wasn't selling black people into neo-slavery, it was sending large numbers of black people to prison and the electric chair. Even today, the Republican Party engages in Southern Strategy politics -- demonizing black people in order to motivate angry white voters, not unlike what Rush Limbaugh, Bill O'Reilly and others often do to pump up their ratings.

Additionally, when corporations, industry and jobs bugged out of the cities for the suburbs, and, eventually, for cheap labor overseas, corporate abandonment left our urban centers stranded and without anywhere to turn for legitimate work. City housing and education crumbled, money was scarce and, regardless of the ethnic group, drugs and gangs began to spring up out of a sense of despair and desperation. And, once again, urban black people were immediately blamed for the crime and the blight indicative of joblessness and desperation, even though it was the loss of jobs and industry that poisoned American cities. Now, with the exception of some efforts at gentrification, cities remain in constant turmoil which has only been exacerbated by the financial crisis. By the way, white conservatives have tried to blame black people for the recession, too -- all of those easy mortgages handed out like candy and squandered by black people who couldn't afford the payments.

These injustices are the context for the activist-perception and reporting of crimes like the Trayvon Martin killing and it only just begins to explain why there was such outrage generated around those proceedings. The Trayvon shooting and the handling of the case by law enforcement smelled all too familiar, and the past must not be repeated here. And so a line was drawn in the sand by activists and media personalities. Not again. Not now.

Any statement I make is the opinion of me exercising my first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and is generally permitted.

Any statement I make is the opinion of me exercising my first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and is generally permitted.

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That zeyadcharles guy????????

"DTOM" {1776} " We The People" {1791}

Maybe it's Samuel L. Jackson.

Yeah it does resemble Samuel. Do you look like Samuel?

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I've been told I look like Michael Cain.

Did you mean Maurice Micklewhite?

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would that be the category for midget porn?


Here you go, folks. Zimmerman should hire this lawyer!

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