I guess some comments go from ignorant to well meaning, but I keep hearing a since of lawlessness wanted, shielded by the 2nd amendment. Standing your ground does not mean that you follow someone, only went to the store to skittles. Nor does it mean that nobody has a right to listen to music, loud or less than even knowing that it's on. Nine people should be able to go to Bible study and not be dead, because someone believes that the government generosity, gave them more than any of them deserved. A ticket is more than enough of a price to pay for broken tail light.
If you want to live in a society where everyone totes,go to Mexico. In Mexico corruption is out of control, because everyone totes and law enforcement side's with who ever pays them off. No doubt when it comes to fairness in the law there is really not a true winner here. There are to many with guns that shouldn't have them, and that's the real problem.
Well said, my brother if only more people from the African American community would at least think about what you're saying. Personally I don't believe that fifthty local or even a hundred local boycotts, will not change anything. I do believe that self help and good grassroots movement will.
Legislation has proved over and over again, that not all people change how they really feel, because it's the law. Don't get me wrong I'm not saying forget legislation, but decisions or indecisions are not going to change anything over the course of one day,election,or what is done by legislators. The rest is really up to us to stand up as a community, and help ourselves for causes that affect the African American community.
I personally think of King street as,the mecca of Charleston. It's the heart of the city's downtown area,and the most vibrant part of town. Being that I'm a native charlesstonian,I'll have to be bias to the fact that there is no other street,like King street,especially in the state of South Carolina. King street rightfully belongs in the top ten.
Let's not forget that early polls don't mean a thing. Democratics were suppose to have a one term president, but the voters said differently. What's my point? If we want Haley out let's go vote her out, she can't be polled out.
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