Imagine that you and I are in a public place. We’re not especially friends, but you are trying like mad to get my attention. You have something very important you need to discuss with me. I’ve noticed you but I’m rather interested in playing a video game on my phone. Exasperated and feeling you are out of options, you push my phone aside. You grab me by the shoulders, and with your eyes inches away from mine, you say, “Your mother is a whore.” Followed by, “Hey, I really need to have a conversation with you, and I just wanted to get your attention.”
You got my attention, but there is not going to be a conversation. There is going to be a war.
Colin’s Issue is Police Brutality
There is a situation with local police and black communities in America. Of that there is no doubt. But it is much more complex than presented by our friendly domestic terrorism group. That group is lying, they are Soros–funded, and unlike their name, they don’t actually give a hoot about black lives (or else they’d be in Chicago cleaning that mess up, and they’d also be promoting the heck out of two-parent families). I will address that and the larger issue of truth and justice in Part 2 (look for it Friday or perhaps next Monday)
Colin’s issue is specifically regarding police brutality against black people. It’s not about
- men in lady’s restrooms (should be but the NFL would actually go after him for that)
- Christians being forced to bake wedding cakes for gay weddings (should be)
- the national debt (could be)
- unindicted criminal presidential candidates (could be, and curiously he did mention that in passing)
- the minimum wage
- legal (Iraq) or illegal (Libya) wars
- the rising cost of medical care thanks to you-know-who
- or even open or closed borders (whichever he prefers)
It’s about local police. He goes on here about now “there are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder.”
Which logically says insult the national flag, right?
Even assuming it is all true, I’d like to know how local police brutality is a justification for insulting the entire concept of America in the most personal way possible.
It’s something that can unify this country. If we have these real conversations that are uncomfortable for a lot of people. If we have these conversations, there’s a better understanding of where both sides are coming from.
No. Screw that guy, the guys on other teams who join him, the entire Seattle team, Roger Goodell, the NFL, ESPN, and all the morons who support them. Everybody except the Dallas Cowboys.
I’m not interested in having any conversation with somebody who disgraces America like that. And judging from two weeks of TV ratings, I’m not the only one.