Friday, November 28, 2014

Michael Brown and what ifs

If Michael Brown had been shot by a black police officer, and everything else was the same, including the investigation, we would have never heard of him (rate is actually higher because about 1 in 4 police officers were members of a racial or ethnic minority in 2007 according to BJS); if Michael Brown had been white and shot by a police officer of any ethnic group after knocking over a store owned by an Asian and everything else was the same, including the investigation, we would have never heard of him--except hate crime might have been added to the list. That's how I know who and why Ferguson is such a big story. Obama is bringing in 5 million + illegals to take jobs and benefits and blacks will be hurt the most. Some other crisis is needed to cover the problem of Obama's power grab.


Anonymous said...

Couple of things here... If M Brown had been shot by a black officer, the officer would have been prosecuted because the prosecutor would actually have done his job rather than the sham performance he gave. And President Obama did not bring in 5 million immigrants to give them jobs, they were already here. But now they can legally be employed and now they can pay taxes that weren't being paid before.

Anonymous said...

Trolls are really busy.

Norma said...

The black officer would not have been prosecuted or even charged so there would be a Grand Jury. I remember during the OJ trial a black man chased and shot his wife on the streets of Columbus in daylight. Didn't hear about it in Cleveland? I'm not surprised.

Anonymous said...

Democrats support abortion for any reason, even gender and race.

Please pray for a woman who is four months pregnant. Pray that she will come to her appointment.

For a woman who is undecided about her pregnancy. She had an ultrasound at PDHC. Pray that she will choose life for her child.

For a woman who was initially abortion-minded, but opened up to the idea of an adoption plan. When her boyfriend came in, she decided against adoption. Please pray that she will find support through family, friends, and through her church to make a life decision.

For a woman who is undecided.

For a woman who is thinking about adoption. She has three small children, and the father of the baby is not involved. Pray that she will choose life.

For a woman who had an ultrasound and remains undecided.

For a woman who is worried about miscarrying her pregnancy. She has had four previous abortions and is interested in our abortion recovery program. Please pray that she finds support on her journey to recovery and has a healthy pregnancy.

For a young woman who is abortion-minded. The father of the baby travels and she has no support. She had an ultrasound and took pictures of the baby with her.

For a woman who is abortion-minded.

For a woman who is 7 weeks pregnant and is looking for RU486. She is coming in for an ultrasound. Pray that she comes to her appointment.

For a woman who is 20 weeks pregnant. She is concerned about finances, struggles with depression, has job issues, and few resources. She and her husband are separated. Please pray for her marriage, her family, and for this baby.

For a young couple with a small child. They have found out they are pregnant and are not ready for another baby. They are abortion minded. Please pray for them and their family.

For all abortion providers who are currently working in the industry. We pray for conversion and for openness to recognize the sanctity of life in the womb. We pray also for all abortion workers who have made the choice to leave their practices, for their continued conversion and healing.

For all men and women who have experienced the pain of abortion. We offer them to God with confidence that He will heal them according to His good will. We pray that PDHC and other abortion recovery services might join together to serve the many families who are hurting due to lost motherhood and fatherhood.

Psalm 98: 1