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Fri Mar 23, 2012, 03:26 PM

Trayvon Martin vs. the Bush Doctrine

Doesn't anyone else notice the congruence between Trayvon Martin and Iraq?

And between the Bush Doctrine and Florida's "Stand Your Ground" (aka shoot-first-if-I'm-scared) law?

If we shoot at foreigners just because we're afraid of them, it is so surprising the same thing happens at home?

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guyton Mar 2012 OP
rhett o rick Mar 2012 #1
Uncle Joe Mar 2012 #2

Response to guyton (Original post)

Fri Mar 23, 2012, 03:32 PM

1. New Florida law, "You can defend yourself by shooting first, if you feel you are in eminent danger,

or if you just feel like it AND if you are white."

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Fri Mar 23, 2012, 03:47 PM

2. Yes I do believe the killing/murder of Martin is a microism of national policy.

Insofar as the eager willingness to destroy innocent life based on magnified fear, misdirected hatred and/or for more devious motivations.

Furthermore the police coverup and incompetence matches up with corporate media and Republican justification propaganda for the war in Iraq.

Thanks for the thread, guyton.

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