Unconstitutional laws are not laws.
I think the shooting was just the spark igniting a bigger issue. Lot's of people upset with life right now for various reasons and it does not take much for mob mentality to take over.Having an unarmed man shot is no reason to tear down your own neighborhood.
No good will come of any of this.
Well maybe its me but I don't understand being pissed and then start trashing a store down the block from where I live.I think the shooting was just the spark igniting a bigger issue. Lot's of people upset with life right now for various reasons and it does not take much for mob mentality to take over.
I think Nitesite may be on the right path, continuing to bring in more force to try and control people who are pretty much protesting about excessive force is just going to add more to the fire, creating a situation where both sides are fueling the flames. Not saying they should let the crowd burn the city but they need to be smart about it
Obama said there was "no excuse for police to use excessive force against peaceful protests or to throw protesters in jail for lawfully exercising their First Amendment rights" and also criticized police for arresting two journalists covering the racially-charged clashes.
"Put simply, we all need to hold ourselves to a high standard, particularly those of us in positions of authority," Obama said in his first in-person remarks on the racially-charged situation in Ferguson, Missouri. He spoke from Martha's Vineyard, the Massachusetts island where he is in the midst of a two-week vacation. http://politics.suntimes.com/articl...lent-turn-events-ferguson/thu-08142014-1125am