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Thursday, August 22, 2013

Jesse Jackson says racially motivated black-on-white murder is 'frowned upon'

Jackson and Sharpton are, of course, in addition to being professional race hustlers, also long-time, vocal advocates for every forcible citizen disarmament law ever proposed. As such, they often meet with the gun rights advocates' reply of "Molon labe." Perhaps Jackson will benefit from a bit of clarification, to better match his intellectual capacity: "Molon labe :-(." [More]

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Anonymous said...

Well, at least Jackson did express disapproval of the crime, and his statement that the justice system "must prevail" presumably means that he wants the killers prosecuted and sent to prison. I am maybe damning him with faint praise, but then, he almost praised the criminals with faint damnation.

Anonymous said...

This case is getting publicity because the victim was a foreigner and an athlete. The MSM and the race-baiting politicians and civil rights activists show little or no interest in common, everyday crime, like a gas station attendant or convenience store clerk killed by a robber, or a handicapped retiree stabbed by a mugger. Of course, stabbings and beatings don't serve the anti-gun agenda, and black-on-black or white-on-white violence doesn't serve the purposes of the ambulance-chasing civil rights "leaders," who need a controversial issue to justify their sinecures.

Anonymous said...

The liberals who wanted to lynch George Zimmerman are (rightly) taking up for Marissa Alexander. Some people who were angry about the Central Park "wilding" (gang rape) did not care about the Emmett Till case, and vice versa. And the civil rights activists were vocal about Rodney King and Trayvon Martin, but have little to say about Chris Lane, or the Knoxville Horror. It's tribalism, i.e., it all depends on whose ox is being gored.