Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Toledo Mayor Says Black Thug Was Having A Bad Moment!

Robert Brundage, an older white gentleman, was punched in the head and left for dead, his bicycle stolen by a 15 year black thug about 6:30 pm, June 22 in Toledo, Ohio. He remains in critical condition and his outcome unpredictable.

What was predictable was the enabling, liberal response:

"Mayor Carty Finkbeiner, who organized the vigil, said that the man affectionately known as "Dr. Bob" would have asked people to pray for young Jemison and to understand that "he had a bad moment, and we all have bad moments in our lives." - Vigil praises Brundage as indelible influence

The best thing for the jaded Jemison (and others like him) is to see serious consequences for criminal actions! Even if they fail to learn, at least they should be behind bars like the brute beasts they prove themselves to be.

How long will this pattern of Black on White violence continue? How long will White people ignore or downplay it, exercising a racist double standard? We must demand an end to the socially acceptable, politically correct, hatred, discrimination, racism - against whites. If the roles were reversed there would be self-righteous marches, banners, hordes of smug ministers, etc. Even though the Black community has a terrible record for siding with liars and criminals, turning them into victims and martyrs instead of taking them to task - whether it's Tawana Brawley, Crystal Gail Mangum (the Black stripper who falsely accused Duke students of rape), the Jena 6 savages or are simply guilty of hypocrisy for turning a blind eye to barbaric murders Blacks disproportionately commit against people of white color, like Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom. Closer to home, we had Karyn McConnell Hancock - the Kidnapped Toledo Lawyer: Ho, Ho, Hoax! And who can forget the "race riots" that left a Black Mark on Toledo?

It's past time Black conservatives and people of White color DEMAND the Black community take responsibility and stop breeding criminals!

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