"Trayvon could have been me?"

So our esteemed President could have been straddling someone who hadn’t assaulted him, punching him in the face and into the concrete?

Was he channeling Joe Biden when he said this?

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9 thoughts on “"Trayvon could have been me?"

  1. Don't get me wrong. Parts of the speech were spot on.

    Sadly, I doubt that blacks will “look in the mirror” and assess their own racism — a process that BHO mentioned toward the end of the speech.

    I note that the mainstream media outlets are playing only the first part of today's speech.

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  2. Of course that won't happen. That particular community has been thoroughly inculcated to believe that racism only runs white to black….though they've had to alter the paradigm with the Zimmerman case to include Hispanic to black, conventionality using the invented construct of “white-Hispanic”.

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  3. The Bard of Murdock, a brilliant blogger who writes exclusively in rhyme, summed up the problems with the Martin-Zimmerman case very well in this recent opus:

    When will we hear the President
    Say if he had a son,
    Who chose to act in self-defense,
    He’d look like Zimmerman?
     
    When will the modern media
    Stop baiting based on race,
    And trying to convict a man
    Before he pleads his case?
     
    When will the Sharptons of the world
    With sound and fury say,
    That race and ethnic heritage
    May not have been at play?

    When will the prosecuting class
    Misconduct set aside,
    And see to it that charges laid
    To evidence be tied?
     
    Perhaps we cannot have that now,
    But, be that as it may,
    Thank God we get to celebrate
    With Zimmerman today.

    ~ The Bard of Murdock

    http://www.thebardofmurdock.com/2013/07/zimmerman.html#more

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  4. AOW, I beg you, please, NOT to give the devil his due.

    As someone said of the Pulitzer-Prize-winning playwright, Lillian Hellman (The Little Foxes, Another Part of the Forest, The Children's Hour), “Every word that woman ever wrote is a damnable lie including “the,” “and,” and “but.”

    The same could– and should — be said of our president.

    As for any of his speech being “spot on,” please let me remind you that even a broken clock tells the correct time twice a day. 😉

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