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Holder's Revenge

Yankee Traveler 2012/04/02 20:17:27

Reverse discrimination against whites has just begun, according to Attorney General Eric Holder. Now, the exploitation of Trayvon Martin's death has thrown the cycle of racial resentment and favoritism into overdrive.

There has been much poisonous rhetoric following Trayvon Martin's death, and more is sure to come. It is hard to imagine that any other current topic could result in racial madness exceeding that tragedy. Nonetheless, an exceptionally ominous and instructive remark was recently made by Attorney General Eric Holder -- a remark more outlandish than any heard so far in our national conversation about Martin.

Attorney General Holder recently addressed the question of affirmative action, and for how long it would be required. He answered, stunningly, that reverse discrimination has only just begun: "Affirmative action has been an issue since segregation practices," Holder said. "The question is not when does it end, but when does it begin[.] ... When do people of color truly get the benefits to which they are entitled?"

We see in these remarks the soil out of which rises the bitter fruit of racial resentment. Holder's attitude is best summed up as the elite victim mentality. The belief is one of perpetual entitlement, fueled by bitterness, and given the stamp of official approval by politicians at the highest levels of national office. The Trayvon Martin upheaval is made possible by this carefully cultivated attitude, which exists within all income levels. Whether it's under the guise of injustice, inequality, underrepresentation, or white supremacy, the effect of the attitude is the same: sheer resentment towards the majority and its institutions.

Not all minorities share this attitude, while many non-minorities do. For instance, Professor William B. Eimicke of Columbia Universitysupports a lawsuit against New York City because the city doesn't have enough black firefighters. Eimicke, who is white, says, "The reality is the [fire] department should look like the city it serves." In other words, the fire department has something wrong with it because there are not enough blacks employed. This is an example of an educated, mainstream leader promoting an arbitrary standard of underrepresentation. Such standards will only fuel more demands for special treatment, and more resentment when the arbitrary standard proves predictably impossible to meet.

Take the example of Eimicke's fellow Columbia faculty. Of the 70 core faculty members in Prof. Eimicke's department, there are 3 blacks. Seventy-five percent of the faculty is white, and 4% is black, whereas New York City is 45% white and 27% black. Presumably, the principle that a fire department "should look like the city it serves" also applies to the faculty of a tony university. If the faculty "should look like the city it serves," then Columbia needs to expedite the removal of white professors. Will Eimicke enlist in the righteous cause of minority representation and quit? Or is that a sacrifice he prefers to delegate to students or middle- and working-class whites? We all know the answer: elite liberal hypocrisy protects many academics and politicians from the application of their own dogmas. Columbia's faculty will never match the ethnic makeup of New York City because professors are typically protected from purported racial favoritism, while firemen are fair game.

As the attorney general's remark shows, the cycle of elite liberal hypocrisy and racial favoritism will never end, so long as liberals control racial discourse.

In the meantime, the results will become increasingly absurd. The attorney general's daughters, and each successive generation, will continue to benefit from affirmative action to the same degree as truly disadvantaged minorities. This incongruity grows more and more evident, as Democratic Senator James Webb pointed out in his famous Wall Street Journal editorial piece. Sen. Webb noted that affirmative action policies have "expanded so far beyond their original purpose that they now favor anyone who does not happen to be white." Racial preferences extend to business startups, prestigious academic admissions, job promotions, and expensive government contracts. Many of these preferences have no relationship to discrimination, oppression, or even socioeconomic class level; they even benefit recent immigrants whose ancestors never faced discrimination in America. Instead, we are actually creating a government-sanctioned nobility -- a favored class of citizens with officially endorsed, race-based hereditary privileges.

Under the sway of of identity politics and racial grievance, even the most privileged members of our society will hold onto petty gripes. In a 2009 commencement address, the First Lady complained about her childhood experience with the University of Chicago. Recalling that she grew up right near the campus, she stated:

[T]hat university never played a meaningful role in my academic development. The institution made no effort to reach out to me -- a bright and promising student in their midst -- and I had no reason to believe there was a place for me there.

That she felt entitled to be "reached out to" in the first place is astonishing. The egomaniacal sense of entitlement contained in her remarks will strike most people as utterly foreign. Yet this way of conceiving of one's own position in society is commonly shared. Amongst the lower class, this attitude takes the form of demands for "Obama money" and other such hilarity.

Perhaps Michelle Obama should have made an effort at some point to understand why young white students, many of whom were not from Chicago, would have been reticent about venturing out into the South Side of Chicago. The reasons are not hard to discover. Immediately after their report on the First Lady's address, CNN aired a segment on violent crime on the South Side. Chief Ernest Brown of Chicago's Organized Crime Division explained the high rate of youth violence by saying that "their behavior is just inconsistent with civility." With that in mind, many students -- of all races -- may not feel that it is their place to step into another community and attempt to help its youth. In fact, not even Dr. Martin Luther King and his family stayed in urban Chicago for long after starting to work in the city in 1966. Cohen and Taylor write that Coretta Scott King was concerned about violence in the neighborhood, and the Kings spent little time there [1].

Our own attorney general, ostensibly committed to even-handed enforcement of the nation's laws, referred to blacks as "my people." Strangely, it is socially acceptable for only certain groups to proudly claim ethnic group membership. If similar tribal loyalties were publicly boasted by a white ethnic, that would be seen as sinister. Just imagine the reaction if a President Bush had identified -- on the basis of race -- with a victim of minority-on-white crime by saying, "Channon Christian looks like my daughters."

Identifying with an ethnic group as one's own "people" will lead in most cases to in-group favoritism. Cultural pride is one thing, but proclaiming exclusive ethnic group affiliation while occupying a position of public trust is another. This tendency is too often written off as a harmless cultural tic or a healthy form of therapeutic identity formation. The trouble is that there is a worldview lying beneath the "my people" language.

In his remarks, the attorney general has provided the most explicit statement of ethnic favoritism and racial grievance by a high public official in American history. And the racket has just begun: "When do people of color truly get the benefits to which they are entitled?" asks Holder. The question is rhetorical, and his constituents know the answer.

In this liberal, racialized conception of society, minority groups are supposedly not getting "benefits to which they are entitled." The danger in this attitude is not just that people are asking for free stuff from the government. The danger is that minority group members are made to believe that society is purposefully withholding benefits from them due to their racial group membership. Hence the resentment and latent animosity lurking at the core of the welfare state, and its ever-expanding legion of dependents.

This menacing fact was once openly recognized by sociologists. Decades ago, Edward C. Banfield wrote that urban social problems will increasingly come to be regarded as the fault of "callousness or neglect by the 'white power structure'" [2]. Just as expected, we now have a cult of anti-white resentment named Critical Race Theory being taught in law schools around the nation.

The constant use of physical metaphors like "white power structure" will guarantee that some people view themselves -- usually falsely -- as being intentionally excluded from that structure. Of course, structures comprise people, so real human beings will inevitably become targets of the resentment originally intended for abstract "power structures."

The victim mentality feeds off racial bitterness, which is constantly politicized and enflamed. We see this in the rhetoric of Congresswoman Frederica Wilson (D-Florida), who said that Trayvon Martin was "hunted down like a dog." The attorney general and president are doing their part to sow the seeds of bitterness, entitlement, and racial favoritism. By acknowledging those seeds, one begins to understand why racial double standards and potential violence are so easily stirred up amidst controversies such as the current one involving Trayvon Martin.

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  • ruthannhausman 2012/04/02 20:32:34
    ruthannhausman
    +19
    I'm sorry, I quit after reading, "When do people of color truly get the benefits to which they are entitled?"

    People of color, people without color, nobody -- repeat, nobody -- is "entitled" to benefits. You are "entitled" to life (breathing), liberty (free United States) and the pursuit of happiness (pursuit does not imply automatic capture).

    I make a motion that the word "entitlement" or "entitled" be thrown in the trash can, along with "racist" and a few other misused and overly abused terms.

    Secondly, the Attorney General of the United States is supposed to be the representative of all American citizens, regardless of their race, color or creed. How can this man make any kind of fair or impartial judgment concerning the important duties he is supposed to be handling when he obviously harbors prejudiced feelings of his own? By his own words, out of his own mouth, this man has indicted himself as to his qualifications to run, let alone serve, as the Attorney General of the United States of America.

    I say Holder must either resign now or have Congress "resign" him ASAP. We have enough troubles in our country right now without nitwits fanning the flames of racial unrest. Flames which are capable of sidetracking the attention of the American voters and assisting in the reelection efforts of you know who. God forbid.

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  • goatman112003 2012/04/02 21:33:44
    goatman112003
    +5
    Welcome to the society where whites are the slaves. Welcome to a society where minorities can do what they want to whites and there is no legal recourse.
  • Theresa goatman... 2012/04/02 22:56:37 (edited)
    Theresa
    +5
    That my friend is Islamization!
  • Cliff 2012/04/02 21:27:47
    Cliff
    +3
    I want to see Eric Holder swing.
  • Matt 2012/04/02 21:02:46
    Matt
    +8
    I wish that Lincoln was still alive !
    Lincoln Alive
  • doc moto 2012/04/02 20:59:28
    doc moto
    +3
    No comment: http://www.americanthinker.co...
    Just crazy admin people up in WDC... Fix the problem on their continuous lies and we would have a fair game plan! Fast and farts for starters; you know that gun deal the prez and dickieboy are lying about!
  • jr 2012/04/02 20:56:24
    jr
    +6
    Americas race war, coming soon to a big city nearest you. It will be hard to miss, since it will be shoved down our throats whether we are racist or not
  • tommyg ... jr 2012/04/03 02:53:01
    tommyg - POTL- PWCM-JLA
    +2
    You might be right on with that one my friend. I hope not.

    But you might be.
  • Mike 2012/04/02 20:55:45
    Mike
    +7
    Hey Holder you re fired
  • Doc 2012/04/02 20:47:07
    Doc
    +6
    The idea that we need extras because of color is demeaning.
  • Grandpa 2012/04/02 20:45:20
    Grandpa
    +9
    Fed up with the race card >> If you are capable you will find a job >> Not just because of the color of your skin >.Holder is a gun runner who so far gotten away with the death of an agent >> Vote wise in 2012
  • keeper 2012/04/02 20:39:31
    keeper
    +8
    Holder gives black Americans a bad name!
  • Randice 2012/04/02 20:39:26
    Randice
    +6
    Excellent read! Is there a source link for this, or, did you write this?
  • doc moto Randice 2012/04/02 20:57:36
  • Randice doc moto 2012/04/04 16:58:00
    Randice
    +1
    thank you.
  • doc moto Randice 2012/04/04 17:07:20
    doc moto
    +1
    You are welcome!
  • phantom8541 2012/04/02 20:35:59
    phantom8541
    +6
    We all knew tis was coming and Holder has telegraphed his hand many times.
    Van Jones gave warnings of an approaching storm in October just before OWS reared their ugly heads and that was just a pre cursor to see how easily he could create civil unrest.
    This Martin case is proof positive that the LENJ's will do anything possible to disrupt the election process, creating fear for people to leave their homes and vote on Nov. 6, 2012.
  • Will Advocate of PHAET 2012/04/02 20:33:48
    Will Advocate of  PHAET
    +7
    Holder is another one of those guys that is part of the problem. Not the solution.
  • Temlakos~POTL~PWCM~JLA~☆ 2012/04/02 20:32:59
    Temlakos~POTL~PWCM~JLA~☆
    +8
    Not just Holder's revenge, but Obama's revenge, too.
  • ruthannhausman 2012/04/02 20:32:34
    ruthannhausman
    +19
    I'm sorry, I quit after reading, "When do people of color truly get the benefits to which they are entitled?"

    People of color, people without color, nobody -- repeat, nobody -- is "entitled" to benefits. You are "entitled" to life (breathing), liberty (free United States) and the pursuit of happiness (pursuit does not imply automatic capture).

    I make a motion that the word "entitlement" or "entitled" be thrown in the trash can, along with "racist" and a few other misused and overly abused terms.

    Secondly, the Attorney General of the United States is supposed to be the representative of all American citizens, regardless of their race, color or creed. How can this man make any kind of fair or impartial judgment concerning the important duties he is supposed to be handling when he obviously harbors prejudiced feelings of his own? By his own words, out of his own mouth, this man has indicted himself as to his qualifications to run, let alone serve, as the Attorney General of the United States of America.

    I say Holder must either resign now or have Congress "resign" him ASAP. We have enough troubles in our country right now without nitwits fanning the flames of racial unrest. Flames which are capable of sidetracking the attention of the American voters and assisting in the reelection efforts of you know who. God forbid.
  • Louisa ... ruthann... 2012/04/02 22:40:22
    Louisa - Enemy of the State
    +6
    The obama administration is right on course. Divide the American people by race, political party and religion. Then start civil restlessness, feeding it occasionally so that it erupts into a full blown melee. Round up those protestors and place them in the FEMA camps that are strategically placed around the country and announce that you can hold them indefinitely. Then send a message to the rest of the population that if you don't behave and conform to obama's policies, you will be joining your fellow citizens behind the guarded barbed wire fences.

    Then declare obama the dictator in charge and the president of the world!
  • ruthann... Louisa ... 2012/04/04 07:43:24
    ruthannhausman
    +2
    I hear you, girl, and you are right on target with that one. It is becomng more and more obvious -- although I've seen this for a long, long time -- that Obama is totally immersed in an effort to socially engineer the United States into what he wants. His current comments regarding the Supreme Court are quite telling, to say the least. The man does not believe in our Constitution, I truly believe that. His incessant devotion to some ridiculous pie-in-the-sky ideology is getting more and more exposed as time goes on. Our financial institutions, our economy, our energy resources -- everything the man has done, including jeopardizing our very security, is designed to fulfill this dumbass dream he's got for the New World Order, or whatever he chooses to term it. The man is systematically stripping the United States of everything which makes it unique in this world, and he's doing a fine job of it, I must say.

    Your last sentence? I don't know whether you intended it to sound like a mocking joke or whatnot, but there is so much truth in that comment it's unreal. I firmly believe the man is delusional and, quite frankly, cracking up a wee bit. His State of the Union address and the shameful treatment he gave to the SC justices sitting right in front of him and now his current...

    I hear you, girl, and you are right on target with that one. It is becomng more and more obvious -- although I've seen this for a long, long time -- that Obama is totally immersed in an effort to socially engineer the United States into what he wants. His current comments regarding the Supreme Court are quite telling, to say the least. The man does not believe in our Constitution, I truly believe that. His incessant devotion to some ridiculous pie-in-the-sky ideology is getting more and more exposed as time goes on. Our financial institutions, our economy, our energy resources -- everything the man has done, including jeopardizing our very security, is designed to fulfill this dumbass dream he's got for the New World Order, or whatever he chooses to term it. The man is systematically stripping the United States of everything which makes it unique in this world, and he's doing a fine job of it, I must say.

    Your last sentence? I don't know whether you intended it to sound like a mocking joke or whatnot, but there is so much truth in that comment it's unreal. I firmly believe the man is delusional and, quite frankly, cracking up a wee bit. His State of the Union address and the shameful treatment he gave to the SC justices sitting right in front of him and now his current remarks about these "unelected" folks? Hey, what about his damned czars, huh? Hey, Mr. Prez, who elected them?

    Keep spreading your sentiments to all who will listen. We all need to do this. We need to get rid of this current Administration and clean up Washington once and for all. I only hope it is not too late.
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  • Louisa ... ruthann... 2012/04/04 15:22:36
    Louisa - Enemy of the State
    +1
    I think that obama has been promised a pivotal roll in the administration of a NWO and that it will fulfill his vision for global domination. It is patently OBVIOUS that he doesn't want to lead a country, he wants to dominate one.

    Never once has he considered compromise in any attempt to please both sides and draw us together. It's HIS way or HIS way!!
  • ruthann... Louisa ... 2012/04/04 15:39:31
    ruthannhausman
    +1
    Astute observation, Louisa, and I'm glad you see it. I hate talking to so many people who don't see the truth for what it is. But, again, I really believe the old boy might be losing his grip a little bit. Let's hope so. Just enough so that his real personality, etc., become visible for all to easily see.

    Please allow me to use that terminology "dominate a country" because that's 100% hitting the nail on the head. And that is what he has been doing ever since he got into office, and most particulary evidenced by his shameful passing of Obamacare, his obvious attempts at sitrring up class warfare and so many other examples of un-American behavior too numerous to mention here. I cringe every time the news shows him making another of his two-faced speeches. The man never stops outright lying and so very few are willing to point it out. Yay for O'Reilly and Hannity and Cavuto and all the rest of the brave ones who speak up when they see or hear the lies and do not resort to the same tactics. I hate liars, period, regardless of party affiliation or religion or whatever. Yuck.

    Keep watching, pointing things out and get the truth out to all your friends and relatives -- the ones that support Obama, that is. They're the ones we have to educate! We need to topple this mo...

    Astute observation, Louisa, and I'm glad you see it. I hate talking to so many people who don't see the truth for what it is. But, again, I really believe the old boy might be losing his grip a little bit. Let's hope so. Just enough so that his real personality, etc., become visible for all to easily see.

    Please allow me to use that terminology "dominate a country" because that's 100% hitting the nail on the head. And that is what he has been doing ever since he got into office, and most particulary evidenced by his shameful passing of Obamacare, his obvious attempts at sitrring up class warfare and so many other examples of un-American behavior too numerous to mention here. I cringe every time the news shows him making another of his two-faced speeches. The man never stops outright lying and so very few are willing to point it out. Yay for O'Reilly and Hannity and Cavuto and all the rest of the brave ones who speak up when they see or hear the lies and do not resort to the same tactics. I hate liars, period, regardless of party affiliation or religion or whatever. Yuck.

    Keep watching, pointing things out and get the truth out to all your friends and relatives -- the ones that support Obama, that is. They're the ones we have to educate! We need to topple this mountain of evil before it permeates every walk of life in America and finishes destroying the greatest country in the world! Make no mistake, the man and his backers have made a good beginning; let's not let them finish, period.

    Now, see, Louisa, this is making me mad. I would like to just get on SH and chat with folks and have a few laughs and whatnot. These people are ruining all the fun in my life. Sheesh. Shame on them all. I look forward to talking with you again, my dear. Meanwhile, you please try to stay happy and have a good life. We will win, you know. God is on our side, not his.
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  • Louisa ... ruthann... 2012/04/04 15:56:59
    Louisa - Enemy of the State
    Oh.....sometimes I just have to back off SH because I think it might be affecting my health. It's rare I get angry, but I get sick to my stomach to the point where I think I might vomit and I have been known to shed tears over what I read here.

    I just thank God that I was born many decades ago and that I grew up with morals and a patriotic spirit.
  • ruthann... Louisa ... 2012/04/04 20:06:19
    ruthannhausman
    +1
    Hey, you could switch your logo up there for mine and nobody who knows me would know the difference. That is just about precisely what I feel too. Hey, are we related somehow? Hey, remember what it felt like to be made fun of because we did too much "flag waving"?

    Seriously, that is how I feel oftentimes as well. But I find it so unbelievable that so many people from all walks of life and all ages can honestly not appreciate the beauty of the United States of America. My God, living overseas most of my life (military brat) and deprived of the "toys" kids were so used to having handed to them, I saw firsthand what socialism and communism can do. I appreciated America so very, very much for what I was able to do because I was an American.

    I walked the streets at night and never feared for my safety in foreign countries because I knew I was American. I'm not speaking about any "Ugly American" behavior, I know there is some of that, always will be, human beings being what human beings are, but in the majority of cases, Americans were always looked upon with respect. And protected at all times. Lordy, not today. To admit you're American in many cases will guarantee disaster.

    So, having lived as I have lived, where I have lived and how I have lived, I still cannot fathom ...



    Hey, you could switch your logo up there for mine and nobody who knows me would know the difference. That is just about precisely what I feel too. Hey, are we related somehow? Hey, remember what it felt like to be made fun of because we did too much "flag waving"?

    Seriously, that is how I feel oftentimes as well. But I find it so unbelievable that so many people from all walks of life and all ages can honestly not appreciate the beauty of the United States of America. My God, living overseas most of my life (military brat) and deprived of the "toys" kids were so used to having handed to them, I saw firsthand what socialism and communism can do. I appreciated America so very, very much for what I was able to do because I was an American.

    I walked the streets at night and never feared for my safety in foreign countries because I knew I was American. I'm not speaking about any "Ugly American" behavior, I know there is some of that, always will be, human beings being what human beings are, but in the majority of cases, Americans were always looked upon with respect. And protected at all times. Lordy, not today. To admit you're American in many cases will guarantee disaster.

    So, having lived as I have lived, where I have lived and how I have lived, I still cannot fathom how any American -- ANY American -- can honestly follow the sick ideologies of our current president and his cronies. It goes far beyond mere liberal versus conservative. We're talking about freedom versus Holocaust. And these people who follow like robots, honest to God, they just don't see it for what it is. Perfect fodder for a novel, don't you think? Perhaps even a TV movie on the SciFi channel. Idiots.

    Hey, Louisa, don't despair. I honestly believe there are more of "us" than of "them." My only true fear is that "they" have a tendency to cheat like hell while "we" live by a Code of Honor and integrity. Consequently, I fear for the legitimacy of the election come November. "We" have got to keep a vigil for any unauthorized activities and make sure only legal voters get to vote and that they do so without fear.

    Meanwhile, Louisa, check above or below for comments by Murph 65. She's a nut case -- for real -- whom I call my sister. She's a Texas lady. (I was too until tragedy ripped me out of Texas and threw me into Arizona. Ugh.) But she keeps me from becoming unhinged. But what I've said about your comment could well have been from my lips also applies to her. See, there's lots of "us" out here, just keep looking and find us. And then vent, girl, vent. Gets all that anger out in the open and away from your blood pressure! Good for you. Then get back to work on getting Obama voted O-U-T of office. Yay!
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  • Louisa ... ruthann... 2012/04/04 21:55:01
    Louisa - Enemy of the State
    Thanks! Maybe we were cloned?
  • ruthann... Louisa ... 2012/04/04 22:04:19
    ruthannhausman
    You can never tell anymore. Could very well be. Tee-hee.
  • Murph 65 ruthann... 2012/04/03 01:08:18
    Murph 65
    +5
    Good answer there, Ruth. That is exactly right. It's definitely time to retire "entitlement" and "entitled." Am happy to help all I can but not because one is entitled to it, because I choose to help. And that then implies that one will help himself. And Holder blew it on this one big time. Time for him to retire to green pastures.
  • Louisa ... Murph 65 2012/04/04 21:56:48
    Louisa - Enemy of the State
    +2
    If those greener pastures are inside a fenced area with razor sharp wire around the top and guarded by towers containing sharpshooters.
  • Murph 65 Louisa ... 2012/04/04 23:58:47
    Murph 65
    +1
    To borrow a line from a movie, "That could work." Whatever it takes for him leave. Not worried about his future, he's made more than enough his three years up there in Whacky of Columbia.
  • exhon2009 ruthann... 2012/04/03 04:55:44 (edited)
    exhon2009
    +3
    Holder proved early on that he was not going to be the representative of all Americans when his DOJ walked away from a summary judgment against the Black Panthers for voter intimidation. It subsequently came out that it was DOJ policy to prosecute white on black voting violations only Holder is a partisan vigilante.
  • ruthann... exhon2009 2012/04/04 07:49:50
    ruthannhausman
    +1
    Yes, and that was one, in my mind, one of the most egregious things I have witnessed in the realm of "injustice" in a long, long time. I saw the pictures of those Black Panthers in front of that voting place and then some videos of their demeanor. Only a blind person could miss their menacing effects. And yet nobody was ever prosecuted for endangering what is supposed to be a sacred cow in America: our right to vote as we see fit.

    More importantly, not just the failure to prosecute, but where was law enforcement and/or voting regulators or whatever while these guys were doing their thing? I can recall when standing in line to vote in '80 (for Reagan), there was no end of admonitions about not being allowed to wear the lapel buttons of our candidates, not being allowed to discuss our votes, not being allowed to talk about anything remotely political while we were standing in that line. Something stinky here.
  • Richard... ruthann... 2012/04/03 12:58:39
    Richard Hungwell AKA Relentless
    +2
    You got that right!
  • JT For ... ruthann... 2012/04/03 13:45:06
    JT For Political Reform
    +2
    You nailed it down Ruthann.
  • Balladeer-PWCM-POTL 2012/04/02 20:29:39
    Balladeer-PWCM-POTL
    +11
    we KNOW there's a relatiionship between the Black Panthers and their Homie Eric Holder...that's why they can walk away from an obvious charge of Voter Intimidation....NOW they can offer a $10,000 bounty on a man that hasn't even been charge..and Holder won't charge them with Solicitation of Kidnapping
  • Randice Ballade... 2012/04/02 20:40:47
    Randice
    +6
    Or murder for hire.
  • Ballade... Randice 2012/04/02 23:04:30
    Balladeer-PWCM-POTL
    +3
    yup...imagine if it broke the OTHER way and the KKK put out a bounty on Trayvon?...think Holder would let THAt go unchallenged?
  • Randice Ballade... 2012/04/04 16:58:20
    Randice
    LOL...... riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii...
  • exhon2009 Ballade... 2012/04/04 14:46:04
    exhon2009
    They raised it to a million didn't they? Federal government probably ponied up.
  • Mr Wayne 2012/04/02 20:28:50

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