Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Teachers' Mumia Abu-Jamal Resolution Out of Sync Morally and Historically - HUMAN EVENTS

Teachers' Mumia Abu-Jamal Resolution Out of Sync Morally and Historically - HUMAN EVENTS

For many on the left, being a " progressive activist" (RE: Radical left-wing nut) and a cop-killer makes you a martyr and some kind of a hero. It's acts like this that make me feel a lot of liberals are from some other planet.

What normal person can support this kind of lunacy? If any of you do, I'd really like to hear your reasoning.

`Nuff Said


Ty M Goode said...

Well, having happened right here in my neck of the woods, but before the time I thought of things outside my little universe, I'm still exposed exposed to a great deal of information not known by the public at large.

The guy did it! His gun, his bullets in the slain officer. Forget the rhetoric, the facts speak for themselves. Sheesh!

The Greyman said...

Sure he did it, but that doesn't matter to these nuts. In fact, killing a cop only enhances this con's status as a progressive radical.

See, liberals LOVE progressive radicals and activists. Now, if you happen to be a conservative or libertarian, well, then they label everything you say as (Pick one or more) racist, homophobic, misogynistic, hate-filled, and derisive.

Sasha said...

Never heard of it, so much for the liberal mind-link theory of Glen Beck. I guess a black grain of sand on a public beach means the whole beach is made of black sand. Thanks for clearing that up.

The Greyman said...

Not every liberal, or anyone else for that matter, knows every detail of every event, and I never said they did. And of course, not every liberal agrees on every point, but a quick search on Google definitely revealed a lot a pro Abu-Jamal people out there, and while I guess I can't label every one of them as progressive or liberal, I think I'm pretty safe in saying that's the large majority.

The real question, Sasha, is what's your feelings on this matter?

Personally, I think he should have been deep fried in old sparky a long ago, but that's me.

BTW, FYI, I really don't listen to Beck.

Anonymous said...

For some reason, the police actually tried to frame him, even though he was already obviously guilty, and they did a poor job of it. This gave rise to the argument that he deserved another trial, just to show that everyone is entitled to a fair one.
Over the years, the fact that he was undeniably guilty has been pushed to the side and forgotten.