Skip to comments.Race in America: Riots explained … finally (Obama... justifying black mob violence)
Posted on 10/03/2012 10:17:53 PM PDT by PerseverandoEdited on 10/03/2012 11:01:33 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
“And most of the ministers here know that those riots didn’t erupt overnight; there had been a ‘quiet riot’ building up in Los Angeles and across this country for years.
“If you had gone to any street corner in Chicago or Baton Rouge or Hampton – you would have found the same young men and women without hope, without miracles and without a sense of destiny other than life on the edge – the edge of the law, the edge of the economy, the edge of family structures and communities.”
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Plus side - some of us not only expect it, but are prepared for it.
If Mitt wins by a hair... like one percent or less... I bet
Shaka Zulu WILL NOT concede, and will trump up all kinds of
fabricated BS claims of vote fraud and etc...
He will whip his street thugs into such a frenzy that it will
make the LA riots look like the Rose Bowl parade.
It will take M1A2 Abrams main battle tanks in the white house
driveway to get him out of the oval office.
You describe the same thing that happened in Kenya where Zer0’s cousin, Raila Amollo Odinga took office as Prime Minister when riots erupted after Mwai Kibaki won the election by 232,000 votes.
“You describe the same thing that happened in Kenya where Zer0s cousin, Raila Amollo Odinga took office as Prime Minister when riots erupted after Mwai Kibaki won the election by 232,000 votes”
I hope the right people are preparing for this to happen here,
because its gonna be one hella mess.
And I don’t really trust that the “proper authorities” will
be on Mitts side...
Everyone will be geared up for hunting season anyway.
Let them come.
We can take out the trash.
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