posted on Jul, 20 2013 @ 03:44 PM
First of all, regardless of race, as a teenager we all were followed around stores at the mall.
As a Chicagoan it bugs me that the President who is a Chicagoan condones a young man brutally beating a Hispanic man and discusses it nationally but
ignores the endless cycle of vicious crime occurring all the time in his own backyard.
A 6 year old girl was shot overnight in Chicago; where is cousin Barry Obama commenting on that?
The shooting occurred about a mile from Barry's home... unlike Trayvon. this little girl actually could have been him...
What's wrong Barry; this little girl's life isn't meaningful because you can't use her to divide people?
FU COUSIN BARRY OBAMA!
Apparently Hope and Change = Divide and Polarize
Regarding the overall crime issues; it is NOT an issue of race, but it is almost completely a socioeconomic issue-- if one is to look at areas that
are socioeconomically depressed (meaning high crime, low earning power, poor public school graduation rates, lack of basic services like grocery
stores and similar), it is clear that the problem is the decades of neglect of those living in those areas which results in an endless cycle of
poverty, crime and no hope; simply because the only people getting by are the ones who cut corners to do so. For decades government officials have
created then ignored these people and continue to do so. If you take the time to look at the racial demographics of these socioeconomically depressed
areas it is crystal clear that this problem is as diverse as America itself.