Now reverse the situation

I have sat back and watched the different comments and accusations concerning the George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin case. First, Martin attacked Zimmerman – period, end of case. Martin got exactly what he deserved, and I would have done the same.

We’ve heard the Revs. Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson and the man who heads our government make irresponsible and racial comments that only divide our country. Sharpton and Jackson are two leeches who use their own people to enrich themselves and further destroy their culture. President Obama made the statement that Martin could have been him 35 years ago. Was that racial or not?

I wish Obama no harm, but I despise the man. He is destroying this country, because he believes in the government giving handouts with my money. No! I have black friends whom I admire and I know some whites whom I despise. Too many people think the government owes them something. Working taxpayers are the government, and the lowlifes who think we owe them a living are deadbeats!

Now, what about the three black punks who were videotaped beating up a 13-year-old white kid on a school bus July 9 in Gulfport, Fla., supposedly because he reported them trying to sell him drugs? Where are the black activists who protest when black criminals get their just due? Perhaps they see no harm in blacks abusing whites, but when the situation is reversed, they scream. Who told these kids that this boy reported them? Something stinks at this school!

If the conservative working people of this country do not get up and vote these liberal socialists out of office, then they are responsible – it’s up to them! Democrats are an abomination on the American people!

Maybe Georgia and a number of other states need to seriously consider seceding from the union. I will vote for it unless drastic changes occur!

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