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Damn I can’t just make this sh+t up. They on the radio and tv talking about they are tired of the media saying that Michael Brown was an unarmed teen. Well that is a damn fact so get the hell over it. Now more facts will come but I don’t if you can twist the fact that Brown had no weapon. I don’t give a damn what happened before the confrontation with the police officer it has no bearing over justifying the police shooting and killing him.
So a black teen weighing 300 lbs is now a walking weapon. Damn how many more times are they going to attempt to twist the facts when it benefits them?
Now attempt to change the definition of a weapon.
It is a fact he had no weapon so get the hell over it. Now let’s not attempt to twist the facts while we wait on the other facts to come forward.
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Have you experienced the WI-FI not working Bojangles at Crossing at 64?
I have experienced this many times passing through how about you?
It is no secret that they suppose to offer it because they have it on the door as you walk in.
Happy 16th Birthday baby boy CJ Dancy III yesterday August 24.
Have a safe, productive and fun school year to you and all the students at SouthWest Edgecombe and all other schools that are beginning the 2014-15 School Year.
As events in Ferguson continue to dominate public political attention, it’s worthwhile to take a step back and take a long hard look at how we got here. Why did the Democratic “Solid South” of old become such a stronghold of Republican strength? Lyndon Johnson, one of the smartest Southern politicians ever, had no doubt in his mind — “There goes the South for a generation,” he reportedly said, after signing the Civil Rights Act in 1964.
But the South was already halfway out the door at the time. Missouri, with a fair amount of Southern culture in its veins, is nonetheless a border state, home to Harry Truman, whose enunciation of a civil rights agenda, followed by integration of the armed forces and strong civil rights platform in 1948, led to the walkout of the Dixiecrats, which cost him a dramatic 20 percent drop in the share of the Southern vote from where it had been in 1944. That launched a transitional era that is strangely lost to most who ponder such things today. (Source: Read more)
The Political Agitator response: I guess this is another case of voting for the lesser of 2 evils when it comes to the Senate office. Damn if folks would do their job it would be no need for REFORM. Damn these folks get in position and then do folks any kind of way. And then other folks are held accountable for their sorry a+ses.
Three weeks after signing into law a major overhaul of the Department of Veterans Affairs, President Barack Obama will come to Charlotte Tuesday to speak to the American Legion.
The president is expected to speak in the morning, though no details have been announced. The 2.4 million member organization began its convention Friday.
National Commander Daniel Dellinger said the legion “is honored that the nation’s commander-in-chief will address those … who have served in uniform.”
But Obama is expected to meet skeptics – including at least one in his own party.
“The Obama Administration has not yet done enough to earn the lasting trust of our veterans and implement real and permanent reforms at the VA,” Democratic U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan said in a statement. “I hope to hear the President address these challenges.” (Source: Read more)
The Political Agitator response: The more awareness to the issue surrounding the senseless death of Michael Brown the more information about all those involved such as Darren Wilson and the Missouri Police Department will help the healing process.
The white cop who killed unarmed black teen Michael Brown on Aug. 9 was once part of a Missouri police force that was disbanded over racial tensions in the community it served.
Officer Darren Wilson was a member of the 45-employee Jennings, Mo., Police Department that was fired by its city council in 2011 and replaced by St. Louis County Police, the Washington Post reported.
Wilson, 28, didn’t rack up any disciplinary issues during his tenure in Jennings, but the nearly all-white police force came under fire for its poor relations with the predominantly black community.