Saturday, December 03, 2011
Goodbye Herman, I know that the [right]wingnuts will miss your jigging and cooning, but I won't. I never thought that you were funny, and allegations of sexual harassment was nothing to laugh about.
I am sure that I will see you on FOX NEWS really soon, and that you will have your very own show.
And now on to a more serious matter: You Negro males in A-merry-ca can be a violent and dangerous bunch. So I can't blame the folks in law enforcement for being extra cautious when they are dealing with you. Especially when they find themseleves in a situation where one of you is breaking the law.
Take Michael Davis of the troubled city of Stockton, California for instance. Dude tried to go all gangsta and the po po had to let him know who was in charge.
"Michael Davis wound up in a squad car and carted to a psychiatric facility in a startling incident at the Rio Calaveras Elementary school in Stockton.
The boy’s mother, Thelma Gray, told KCRA-TV that her son has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, which has sparked fighting with students.
She said: 'Michael is energetic. He is one big ball of energy.'
But the station reported that his behaviour became a major cause for concern on when occasion, when Michael threw a chair.
The officer, Lt Frank Gordo, wrote in a report that 'the boy pushed my hand away in a batting motion, pushed papers off the table, and kicked me in the right knee.'
After the boy refused to quiet down,the officer bound his hands and feet with zip ties, placed him under arrest and later cited him for battery on a police officer.
KCRA-TV reported that Lt Gordo put Michael in his squad car and took him to the nearby Stockton Kaiser Psychiatric Hospital, without his parents being notified"
Hold up, what's all this talk about his mother? And why are we still calling black men boys in A-merry-ca?
Wait, let me read the first part of the story again:
"A California five-year-old finding trouble at school as a result of his ADHD got plenty more of it when his school took a drastic course of action." [Story]
Oh, he was only five. Well, you know how these Negroes are, you just can't be too careful.