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Second Amendment: Old School Style


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I’m not a New Black Panther. I do have claws, but they’re equal opportunity instead of being anti-White.

My brief isn’t scaring White folks on FOX NEWS or anywhere else by making empty race war threats for national airtime.

I’m also not like mainstream liberal Black activists, foaming at the mouth over Badge-On-Black crime committed infrequently by bad cops, while mum about daily Black-on-Black crime committed by thugs I unlovingly label as “chocolate Klansmen.”

I’m all about Urban Safety, i.e. the God-given right of inner city and other urban Americans to secure themselves and their property against homegrown insurgents.

It’s an old school concept, given the new fervor (really the same old anti-Black Self Defense Argument) on disarming urban stakeholders so we make better targets for thugs.

My personal “Urban Safety Act” is voted upon daily by not accepting the vulgarity and violence some wish to make an inner city norm.

I can take the easy way out and blame Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, and Republicans for what we do to ourselves on a regular basis.

Blaming White conservatives for Black (liberal-inspired) crime is a comfy cottage industry.

When yet another young Black man is killed, I could wrap a towel around my neck and sell out as “Cap Black, The Gun Control Crusader” and blame firearms manufacturers for what some Black folks do.

If I scratch where it doesn’t itch hard enough, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg might throw me a couple of dollars like I’m a monkey buck-dancing to his civilian disarmament organ grinder.

Urban safety is today’s civil right movement, reinforced by a Second Amendment that allows us to defend ourselves like citizens of a Republic, instead of disarmed slaves awaiting abuse.


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