I caught your act at Liberty University today there Flipper.
"Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney delivered a commencement address at Liberty University earlier today in a speech that focused more on his life experiences than policy. Romney spoke of how “American culture promotes personal responsibility,” including the value of getting a good education. He told students that what you believe helps shape your future just as powerfully as any other force in life, if not more so. However, Romney did manage to restate his belief that marriage is between a man and a woman, to much applause." [Source]
If I was Flipper I would leave that talk of marriage being between a man and a woman alone. Just saying.
Anyway, I see that Flipper the bully has at least one high profile supporter:
"On his radio show Friday, Rush Limbaugh dismissed the notion that the alleged high-school pranks committed by presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney count as “bullying,” saying “You had long hair in 1965, you were gonna get razzed. It didn’t matter,” adding that “1965 is a great year, bullying was legal.”
Limbaugh made the case that the Washington Post story is a smear-job by the “drive-by media [...] in conjunction with the Democrat in the White House.”
The radio host then defended Romney’s alleged actions as being anything but what we now define as “bullying,” saying that it is “probably a stretch to say it had anything to do with the kid being presumed gay. You had long hair in 1965, you were gonna get razzed. It didn’t matter.”
“They weren’t gonna think you were in the Beatles,” Limbaugh said. “If you had long hair in 1965, you were gonna get made fun of. See, 1965′s a great year; bullying was legal.”
Aware of just how controversial that last sentence may be, Limbaugh added: “Watch that be a quote that shows up at Media Matters: ‘Limbaugh praising bullying while defending Romney.’” [Source]
Not only Media Matters Rush, I am quite sure that it will appear in a lot of other places as well.
Finally, do you remember the Kendric McDade story? Well the autopsy report was recently released.
"Nearly two months ago, NewsOne reported on the tragic case of Kendrec McDade (pictured), the California college student and football star who was killed by Pasadena cops while they were responding to a robbery. Now that McDade’s autopsy report has been released, it’s been revealed that he was shot seven times at close range and handcuffed afterward, according to the L.A. Times." [Source]
No surprise here. This is part of a growing trend. If you belong to a certain group, the po po will take special aim and make sure that they don't take your life. If, on the other hand, you belong to that other group; tell your family to find a nice funeral home.