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Trayvon Martin everywhere; this boy nowhere

I’ll bet you haven’t heard this story:

Teens set kid on fire for being ‘white boy’

And if you haven’t, doesn’t it make you wonder if the lack of media attention is due to the color of the victim and the color of the perpetrators?

This country could be on the verge of real race chaos, with poverty pimps and race baiters seeing their chance for another 15 minutes of fame, or the chance to strike a blow for some misguided view of historical (white) American guilt.

The media has a lot to answer for, with their complete fear of criticizing blacks, even when they offer bounties on someone’s “capture.”.

But more importantly, what is our black (or at least half-black) president going to say to calm things down? Where is his stern rejection of the New Black Panthers’ bounty on George Zimmerman? 

I know where: hiding in Asia while Kansas City burns, and while the Supreme Court looks to shatter his so-called achievement of Obamacare. 

This is a man with no courage, no moral fiber, and no shame.

I trust Melissa Coon is not waiting by the phone for his call.

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