Michael Dunn is the latest vigilante who felt "threatened". Unfortunately for Mr. Dunn, however, he doesn't seem quite as calculating as the infamous George
But hey, we will see. If this prosecutor loses again he should resign from office forthwith.
Finally, I want to talk about two Negroes. One is firmly and comfortably in the house, the other is trying hard to get in and has been spending most of his time convincing "Mr. Charlie" that he belongs.
The first Negro is Clarence Thomas. This Negro recently declared that here in America we are too sensitive about race. This is an ironic statement coming from Clarence, since if only we had been more sensitive about the issue of workplace harassment 23 years ago ,he would not have been a member of the Supreme Court today.
This is the latest "woe is me" pronouncement from a man who has mastered the art of playing the victim. ("High tech lynching" my ass.) Now it is "Northern liberal elites" picking on him because he dares to be a conservative black man in America. Please! It sounds like Clarence Thomas is the one who is overly sensitive if you ask me.
Then there is Don Lemon.
I was really hoping to move on from the Samuel L. Jackson interview with that "entertainment reporter" who mistook him for Laurence Fishburne. But now this Negro Lemon had to weigh into the mix, and as is always the case with these types of Negroes, he chooses to soothe Massa's conscience by making this about Jackson overreacting. Because don't we all have a hard time telling members of the same race apart? Yes, I confuse George Clooney with Steve Buscemi all the time.
Then, to make matters worse, he tries to sell us on a ridiculous analogy about plaid shirt wearing guys in Brooklyn. (Still scratching head on that one.)
Make no mistake; Negroes like Lemon are kept around places like CNN to be the resident Negro who tells ignorant and clueless white folks exactly what they want to hear: "It's those blacks who complain too much Massa; there is nothing wrong with what you said. Those blacks are just too sensitive. "