When a black person is taken down by cops-its considered a hate act or excessive force and people like Jesse Jackson come out of the wood work wanting "change".....but when this black guy comes out and murders 4 cops doing their jobs protecting the community-where are these people crying out for change within their own community??
Why can't they try to change their way of life? Why is it that when it only negatively impacts them-they speak out but with this-this seems to be no big deal for their community and the only ones feeling the impact is the police department and their families....WHY???
Asked by Anonymous at 7:42 AM on Mar. 24, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
Has anyone seen the ACLU investigate this as a hate crime against the police officers?
Why is it that Because of an incident (Osacar Grant) the entire community is ENTITLED to go against police officers? And none of the Civil Liberties Spokes people are standing up for the cops and calling for the citizens to BEHAVE?
Why is it that even though California has already banned firearms mislabeled as “assault weapons', wanted criminals STILL get a hold of them? (which makes it a Federal Crime) Perhaps gun bans DO NOT WORK?
Why is it that the State of California is MORE INTERESTED in the numbers and NOT the safety of law abiding citizens? The state could save $803 million to $906 million annually if it were to reduce its prison population. So they are looking at releasing 55,000 inmates over the next 3 years.
Answer by grlygrlz2 at 8:31 AM on Mar. 24, 2009
Welcome to the USA! Because it's a double standard and we are just white folks.
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Answer by Anonymous at 7:50 AM on Mar. 24, 2009
It's not only about white or black
.Yesterday white policemen stopped us for no reason.We were driving in highway and somebody almost hit us from emerging line. And guess what who he stopped- us because we didn't speed up to let the other car in . Then he said our car windows tint is too dark.He didn't give my husband any ticket.We are Caucasian family.
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