What Trayvon Martin Mania has taught the nation: Every race has their share of racists among them, EVEN BLACKS.
Most likely the black teens who attacked the Hispanic guy came from north of Patterson Park. I know the area very well. I can't understand how these thugs beating up an Hispanic guy somehow equates to some twisted logic of retribution for Trayvon Martin. The attacks on innocent people by brainwashed simpletons is happening all over the country. To no surprise, the national media isn't covering these attacks. They don't want their viewing audience (which is declining) to form a negative opinion about the thugs and vandals. In Houston Texas, the fake Trayvon supporters blocked traffic on a freeway. I guess their baseless protest was more important then people having to get to work and such. One protester actually tried to attack a grandmother who was trying to get her granddaughter to the hospital, because her granddaughter was having a allergic reaction to a medication she was taking.
Fake supporters of Trayvon Martin have been circulating a picture of Dr. Martin Luther King wearing a hoodie on the internet. Maybe they didn't learn in history class that Dr King believed in "non violent" protests.
Obama commented on the Zimmerman verdict yesterday. He said that Americans need to "grapple with race". From my experiences and observations, the only people who overwhelmingly keep making race an issue about every little thing are blacks. I agree with him on one thing. There needs to be a nation dialog about racism, not so much about racism against blacks by whites, because that is already known from the era of slavery through Jim Crow to the present. What needs to be talked about is the racism committed by blacks against whites, Hispanics and anti semites against Jews. Progressives claim they believe in equality, so shouldn't the issue of racism be exposed and scorned "equally"? That means when blacks attack people of different races because they are of a different skin color? Dialog right?