I hate the conspiracies. Regardless, thousands of American lives were taken today 13 years ago. Buildings were coming down and SO MANY brave men and women were running towards the falling buildings while the rest were running away. Then years later, still men and women of our nations military are still fighting for our defense. #september11th2001 #neverforget
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This is sickening. Everyone is making this a race thing. It’s not a race thing. It’s a police brutality and excessive force problem. Even now with the tear gas and armored trucks, it’s excessive. Mike Brown was a black male. Would there be riots if it was a white male? They need to stop victimizing themselves. I’m so over people pulling the race card. Look at everyone rioting now! Majority of them are black. They’re victimizing themselves and want to complain when the police taunt them back. Those people rioting want to complain about the kids getting gassed. Maybe you shouldn’t have had kids out there? Like this is the common sense that people lack that pisses me off. It’s a huge shame that Mike Brown was killed and the officer should AT LEAST have his gun and badge taken away and charged. But this is not a race thing. It’s a police brutality and excessive force problem. #wakeup #mikebrown #ferguson #overit #policebrutality #darrenwilson #irritated #notaracething
I won’t argue with you about this being a race thing rather than a police brutality thing; you are entitled to your opinion, and I respect that. Just one thing, though. You said, “Would there be riots if it was a white male?” My question to you is: Would an unarmed white male, under any circumstances, have been shot by the police nine times? That is why it’s a race problem.
Baby it’s a matter of police brutality. Why isn’t anyone understanding that Ferguson is predominantly a black city. Like I said to someone else, the odds for it being a black person as to a white person are unfortunately a lot higher.
It’s National Dog Day! He may not be with us anymore but he really was the first love of my life. Had him since he was a puppy all the way til old age. I know he brought Max into my life because he’s so much like Buddy. I miss you every day of my life, baby! #nationaldogday #rip #imissyou