Tuesday, August 06, 2013
I know that they want to keep you Negroes out, and honestly, given your behavior of late, I am not sure that I can blame them. You Negroes better thank your lucky stars for the federal government, because without it you would be some walking fools.
"Oh Field stop it, you can have violence and bad neighbors no matter where you live. Look at what happened in Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania. I bet they didn't see that coming."
Yes, but you can never be too careful.
Anyway, these folks from Beavercreek don't want to put some bus stops in their neighborhood because they just don't want another Trayvon type situation on their hands.
"A lily-white Ohio suburb is doing everything it can, including risking millions in federal highway funding, to keep mostly minority bus-riders from a nearby city from entering their community. The showdown began in 2010 when the Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority proposed adding three new bus stops in Beavercreek, a largely white suburb 15 minutes east of Dayton.
These new stops would give Dayton bus-riders access to Beavercreek’s major shopping mall and nearby businesses, as well as a medical clinic and Wright State University.
Facing the prospect of buses coming in from Dayton, the Beavercreek City Council began enacting as many hurdles as they could to stop the new bus stops. Among the dozen roadblocks included mandating that bus shelters included heated and air conditioning as well as high-tech surveillance cameras, features that would be hugely expensive and are not common at other stops. Unsurprisingly, these demands couldn’t be met and the council rejected the expansion. “We turned downed an application because they didn’t meet our (design) criteria,” Beavercreek City Councilman Scott Hadley explained to Eye On Ohio.
Many in the area argue that their opposition boils down to a simple reason: race. According to the 2010 census, 9 in 10 Beavercreek residents are white, but 73 percent of those who ride the Dayton RTA buses are minorities. [Source]
Hey, at least you Negroes can sit anywhere you want to on the bus now, you just can't stop anywhere you want.
How would you like to be one of my Gay brothers and sisters? Just like you had to do back in the day, they are now finding themselves having to go to the back of the bus. (I bet poor Rosa Parks didn't see this one coming.)
"We're out there aggressively making sure this never happens again because this does not belong in Albuquerque, New Mexico," Berry told KOB-TV. "This does not reflect Albuquerque, New Mexico, and as the mayor I'm upset about it, and we want to make sure we get to the bottom of it."
Good for Albuquerque, now if we could get the people of Beavercreek, Ohio and like minded individuals to think like that we just might make it to the 21st Century.