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Cpl Mark A. Morris
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The root cause of profiling is due to the US government destroying the black family with welfare and causing less than 20% of the population to commit 50% of viloent crime. Others start seeing black males and an Ebonic sub-cultrue as the problem. This brings racial divsion.
Racial division is one part of a full court press to destroy this nation. See illegal aliens, Muslim immigration, NAFTA and debt as other other parts.
Over.
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LTJG Richard Bruce
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If the NFL player wants help under-served children, then he needs to force marriage or force deadbeat sperm donors to pay up. Or, he can stop Blacks killing Blacks. Or, he can educate those in failing schools whose graduation rate is 50% or lower. Or, he can take away cell phones, video games, and cable TV from families who cannot afford to raise their children. Or, use all the millions he earn to replace the billions spent by taxpayers on failed social programs.
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SSG Robert Webster
SSG Robert Webster
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Interesting viewpoint.
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MSgt Robert "Rock" Aldi
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With due respect to you SSG Trust Palmer ..
some of Us here on RP remember and recall the "bad ole days" of civil strife in America in the 60's and early 70's. I like to think that some of the protests, race riots, and civil discord in general put a lot of social injustice in America in the spot light. Some of it was fixed by legislation (fed,state.& local) and it could be argued some was fixed by attrition. No way am I implying that ALL was fixed.
My point is those times came....and they went. There were songs on the radio that even exposed so much of the bs that was happening ...
"Eve of destruction".."Ball of confusion"...and "Whats goin on" :) are just a few that come to mind.
I do not claim I have the answers to the society ills of today...I don't think anybody does. I just believe it starts with us as individuals...get our own INDIVIDUAL houses in order BEFORE jumping up and down about who was elected, statues, etc or banging our heads against a wall about the so many things we have no control over.
I'm not sure I totally understand Mr Boldins position...but I respect it..i.e. this is a personal conviction of his. And IMO, personal convictions are non-negotiable.
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SSG Trust Palmer
SSG Trust Palmer
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@MSgt Robert C Aldi, I appreciate the respect.
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MSgt Robert "Rock" Aldi
MSgt Robert "Rock" Aldi
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SSG Trust Palmer - do appreciate your posts and comments; and SSG James J. Palmer IV aka "JP4" had recommended a tool brand to me in the past so I can continue to "fix" stuff around here.
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