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That's the headline on CNN right now. No wonder our country has a race issue. 

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If people don't like who's in charge, they need to blame everyone who didn't vote in the last election, right?

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If people don't like who's in charge, they need to blame everyone who didn't vote in the last election, right?

And everyone who voted for the other guy.

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why do presidential candidates (or rather, their campaigns) talk about the "black vote" as if all black people inherently agree on political issues?  And assuming they did, why would a candidate care so much about what 13% of the U.S. population thinks on a given issue?

 

Statistically, I would be shocked if there weren't more gay voters than black voters in America.  Why doesn't anyone pander to them?

 

**edit - these are all rhetorical questions.

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this is why asians should be in charge.  not only because we are clearly the superior race in every way, but because we hold both whites and blacks with equal disdain and contempt.

This. :lol:

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Jbot for president.

 

For the love of God, no. :lol:

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1. Might have recently moved into town.

2. Might have a felony background.

3. Might not be able to run for office.

4. Might not be literate to run for office.

5. Might not want to run for office.

6. Might still be high or drunk from last night (every night).

7. Might still be worried about those unpaid parking tickets.

8. Might be waiting for current politicians to just give up and leave.

9. Might not realize that anyone can run for office and represent their neighbors.

10. Might not want to represent their current batch of neighbors.

11. Might still be hiding from the Ex and alimony.

12. Might be moving on pretty soon anyway.

 

baggage and excuses - lots of it

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I'm pretty sure they posted the "Wanted: Mayor.... Apply for ballot here" signs in the white-only bathrooms.

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Maybe because even they can see how well that's working for us in the White House and they don't want to risk it?

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Jbot for president.

Why? So he can have Pauly do all but the simplest work?

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I AM a great delegator, after all. I don't expect the riffraff to understand.

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I AM a great delegator, after all. I don't expect the riffraff to understand.

You probably couldn't do any worse than our last couple presidents. What the hell, you've got my vote.

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If I was president, the vending machines would get better sodas. And we would have more pizza parties during pep rallies.

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this is why asians should be in charge. not only because we are clearly the superior race in every way, but because we hold both whites and blacks with equal disdain and contempt.

Not superior, we have really huge penis.

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Columbus as of the 2010 Census was 61.5% white, 28% black.  At that time the mayor, police chief, 6 of 7 on the school board (and its president) and 7/7 on city council were black.

 

Columbus still has the same mayor, but now 4 of 7 on both council and the school board are black, and the police chief's a white lesbian.

 

Assuming the people in charge are good people, race <shouldn't> be an issue, though the governed may see it that way, for whatever reason.

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Reading more about Ferguson Missouri. Yes, the make up of the political factions has been slow to change. Many suburbs across America have experienced the same, but Ferguson was slow to change. Not really the major problem though.

 

The young people do not have jobs. None available.

The recession took out the good jobs and left minimum wage part time jobs and not enough to go around.

A large number of bad home loans (the ARM variety) resulted in high numbers of foreclosures in the area.

The local high schools are terrible, and have lost accreditation or close to it.

From what locals say, it's a good and decent suburb of middle class people, going through hard times.

 

So, unemployment and poor education. And the people don't like it.

And there are many more suburbs across America just like this one.

 

And a lot of the current problems are kids from St Louis coming over to create trouble.

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The folks who are in in those positions were voted in, correct?  Is there any claim of disenfranchisement?

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If the residents are unhappy with the people voted in, then vote in different people, right?

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If the residents are unhappy with the people voted in, then vote in different people, right?

Wrong, riot, loot, and don't do anything smart.

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A large number of bad home loans (the ARM variety)poor education

Anyone who was to fucking stupid to understand an ARM was a terrible fucking idea deserved to be forclosed on.

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