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  1. AgentSmith101 commented on Glenn McCoy 3 days ago

    @Bar Pluc After a careful review of all the police brutality those in Baltimore experienced, there were many times when the populous didn’t choose anything. Their rights were violated under the law. That’s what I was going on about regarding the SOAP, BALLOT, JURY and AMMO boxes. It’s the levels citizenry should undergo to address grievances against authority. As for elevating their own situation, kinda hard to do that when most of the infrastructure we took for granted in our education isn’t available to them. Even if they were more upwardly mobile would that change the brutality against them?

  2. AgentSmith101 commented on Glenn McCoy 5 days ago

    Yes, Glenn. Because if everybody bootstrapped themselves up everything would be OK! Solving the sagging problem isn’t a panacea that will turn poor uneducated youth into upright citizens. I’m a big one for the rule of law, but the citizens of Baltimore have been using the SOAP, BALLOT and JURY boxes for a while to no avail. It’s a wonder they haven’t gone to the AMMO box.

  3. AgentSmith101 commented on Mike Luckovich 5 days ago

    Ted and motivemagus understand it.

    Very little coverage of the wiser heads doing the real protesting. Also, not much for the peacemakers standing between the police lines and the angry youngsters. Also, not enough coverage of more mom’s slapping the ever lovin’ stuffin’ out of kids dumb enough to join in the pillaging.

    I also have to wonder what all these parents will do when their children come home with bags or armloads of stolen booty.

  4. AgentSmith101 commented on Ted Rall 5 days ago

    So it’ll be similar to the scene in Star Wars where they shoot up all the surveillance equipment like Wyatt Earp at a coked-up O.K. Corral.

  5. AgentSmith101 commented on Matt Wuerker 5 days ago

    The Mayor and the school districts will also have something to explain.
    1. Closed schools, maybe out of respect to the situation, but it put a boatload of angsty and angry kids onto the street. Could be filed under ‘damned if you do damned if you don’t’.
    2. Had the police empty out all public transit of returning children in the effected areas. Then other police down the road attempted to engage and large gathering of people.
    3. The Mayor saying ‘. . .give them room to destroy. . .’
    4. The Mayor also telling police to back off prior to the riot’s beginning. It could have been stopped then and there, but there’ll be an outcry of “police brutality” from that as well. I guess also filed under “damned if you do damned if you don’t”.
    I’ve seen the complaints and know the BPD’s reputation. Police brutality is a real thing down there. You don’t even need to do anything wrong except not showing the proper amount of “respect”. That being said, we all know riots ultimately don’t solve anything except it brought attention to the situation where peaceful protesting tends to be overlooked by sensational media.

  6. AgentSmith101 commented on Jen Sorensen 5 days ago

    I can understand with that rap sheet why they chased after him when he ran, but a reasonable arrest is where it should have ended.
    I don’t care if the guy blenders live kittens, he deserves due process and fair treatment under the law.
    The result shouldn’t have been a dead suspect with the cops shrugging their shoulders saying “I dunno.”

  7. AgentSmith101 commented on Mike Luckovich 5 days ago

    Now for all the other neighborhood mothers to cluck their tongues and say “Have you SEEN the state of that house!? My, my, she’s had 7 days already to clean it up. It would have only taken me 2.”

  8. AgentSmith101 commented on Mike Luckovich 5 days ago

    @Brett Bydairk
    Harleyquinn 1. You need to learn proper English. . .
    You must be new here.

  9. AgentSmith101 commented on Clay Bennett 5 days ago

    I think we have laws on the books for that one. They aren’t even close to a protected class.

  10. AgentSmith101 commented on Matt Wuerker 5 days ago

    Even as someone who is of the Christian faith, you nailed it! Faith is not in the realm of logic. For bad or good it’s beyond it. The danger lies in interpreting faith for destructive ends.