What should the President say about Ferguson?

Has the president said enough about Ferguson? Today black and white pundits are saying that the president simply did not say enough yesterday. The president took a measured approach at his press conference yesterday, but should he have said more, and if so what? Is he damned either way? Share your thoughts.

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  • RS  On August 19, 2014 at 9:53 pm

    He should not say anything. Just like he, Eric Holder, Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson say nothing when it is a black cop killing an unarmed white man such as James Whitehead, who was a veteran.

    Just like they say nothing, when it is a white victim such as the Rowan University student, Donnie Farrell, who was robbed and kicked in the chest causing his death. This crime is still unsolved.

    Or a group of black kids who single out a white Starbucks manager in Philadelphia, Sean Conroy, and while beating him up caused an acute stress-induced asthma attack where the young man died.

    Just like they are silent when there are young black men killing other young black men every week in Detroit, Chicago, New York.

    They only speak out when it is a White Cop or a “White Hispanic”.

    • Bill  On August 22, 2014 at 11:05 pm

      RS are you suggesting there is a double standard? You must understand that there is no political or financial payoff in addressing the kind of injustices that you mentioned.

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