Your inability to think through this statement is both offensive and bewildering naive for someone who's "just asking questions."stimpy wrote:The police, government, community leaders.
You know, all of those responsible for the endless violence in the cities neighborhoods.
They are obviously not doing their jobs. Where is the outcry?
No I don't know you. But I'll tell you a little more about the people in my life who your comments turn into props.
Young men and women who make careers in the military.
That find out at eighteen they're no actually American citizens and get told instead of joining the army or accepting their college scholarship their going to get ripped from their parents and family and sent to a country they don't know. Because this guy that you don't think warrants our vitriol hired a known fascist to run his immigration policy.
The men and women who graduate and come back and teach in their neighborhood.
Those that are so fucking tired of the violence and poverty, they run as far as they can and vote as much as they can.
The local cops who struggle with a culture of violence and watch gangs tear apart their families' communities while trying to remain positive and protective.
The politicians that may be flawed people, but that have 50 and 60 years in the neighborhoods you're suggesting they protest instead of engage in. Because WHAT?
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