I don’t know which is more shocking, the statements that were made by this Neil Boortz guy, or the fact that there is little or NO coverage of the incident. Listen or Read the comments below:
We got too damn many urban thugs, yo, ruining the quality of life for everybody. And I’ll tell you what it’s gonna take. You people, you are – you need to have a gun. You need to have training. You need to know how to use that gun. You need to get a permit to carry that gun. And you do in fact need to carry that gun and we need to see some dead thugs littering the landscape in Atlanta.
Now, I myself just became aware of this incident through Truth Fighters and it’s sad that this type of rhetoric continues to be ignored and tolerated by a lot of people. Not only is it obvious of the racist connotations behind the remarks, but the sheer irresponsibility of violence in the comments. There is no responsibility taken for the power that these words hold, or the potential for extreme tragedy if misinterpreted by even one individual. Just thinking about how no more than 6 months ago, the deadly event at a political meet and greet leaving Congresswoman Gabby Giffords shot in the head and 6 others dead, which some can speculate ca be tied to the violent rhetoric that come from these political figures.
Politics is a game to these people, they are characters that use there outlet to slander and spread these vicious messages. Why not create a RESPONSIBLE solution for social change within urban communities? It’s VERY easy to criticize but I think people should not just talk about how bad his remarks are but challenge him, and others like them to create and act on responsible solutions for these issues they claim plague our nation. What do you think about the climate of todays political rhetoric?