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MIKE City
with Greens statement, and
put itself in a precarious
REYNOLDS has
situation - If Green is found

As you know, weve been


waiting for the City to send
us a copy of District One
Councilman George Greens
response to the ethics charges
filed against him by the Comal
County Fair Association - a response
that the San Antonio Express News and the
Houston-owned Herald-Zeitung had last week,
and which Green declined to send us, despite
repeated requests, while at the same time
complaining to our newsroom that the HZ had
misrepresented said response.
As far as were concerned, if youre not
going to let us see your statement its probably
not a great idea to complain about what
someone else did with it.
Confusing? Yes, because it doesnt makes
sense in the real world. But this is politics,
where reason is cast aside in favor of just
about anything when attempting to manipulate
the media. Lets bring you up to speed:

Backstory
If youre unfamiliar with the reason that the
Fair Association is going after Green, we
recommend, nay, insist, that you read the First
Word column from October 24, 2014, a link
to which is pinned to the top of our Facebook
page at facebook.com/txcitizen. Its important
that you read that article, preferably before
this one, because it contains highly relevant
quotes from Councilman Green that contradict
his motives as put forth in his official response.
In short, Green was upset about not being
allowed to park/stand in restricted areas of
the fairgrounds, and subsequently turned the
Fair Association in for code violations, which
the City looked into, only to find the Fair in
compliance. Twice. Then he called for the
cancellation that their lease agreement with
the City. And that they be audited. #warpath
Now City Hall has hired an attorney (a
law partner of former NB City Attorney Charlie
Freakin Zech) to keep Greens case from
going before the Citys Ethics Commission.
This attorney has been retained by City
Council to make arguments to City Council
about why the Ethics Commission shouldnt get
to review the charges against Green. You read
that right. This is like police officer requesting
permission from your lawyer before issuing
you a speeding ticket.
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Frontstory

justified in his complaints about


the non-existent code violations,
the City is making a de facto
accusation of incompetence against its
own building department.
The head of that department adamantly,
and during an open Council meeting,
declared the Fair in compliance on the issue
which Green continues to pound on in his
effort to cover his tracks. In the end, this isnt
just Green against the Fair, this is Green vs
City Building Honcho Bob Kinsey. Those Dale
Carnegie courses are not paying off.

Whole Story
1) Green believes he should have been
allowed to park/stand where he had parked/
stood in the past, even though those areas are
now restricted, because he is a City official
and the City owns part of the land the fair sits
on. The Do you know who I am? argument
didnt fly at the Fair.
2) Green has suggested that he was turned
away because he is African-American. As one
might expect, this makes him very upset. This
grievance would carry more weight if there had
been white Council members parked/standing
in the area in question, which there were not.
3) Green saw an opportunity to nail
the Fair Association on what a friend of his
told him was non-compliant electrical work,
and took it. The friend in question is not an
electrician, and probably should have kept his
stupid mouth shut about things of which he has
no knowledge. Let this whole situation be a
life-lesson for both Green and that friend.
4) The City checked out Greens complaint
right away. Turns out there wasnt a problem
at all. So Green complained a second time.
The City checked a second time. Still wasnt a
problem. Since Green didnt get any traction
there, he decided to bring the Fair Association
up for a full audit at the next Council Meeting,
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Brett Neely and Fair Chairperson Nicole Watts


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16.86% - Essay recalling Greens
childhood in New Braunfels and general list
Councilman Greens
of his accomplishments. Irrelevant to case, but
Double-Down Record
highly relevant as evidence he was seeking
vs The Comal County Fair
respect for his position.
Association
19.4% - Dedicated to not getting proper
Detonating Event - Green turned away from Councilman respect from Fair President
restricted areas at Fair. Believes he should get Warren Montague.
to park/stand in restricted areas because hes
41.25% - Attempt to frame the entire chain
always done so.
of events as concern for public safety.
Double-Down #1 - Green maintains he
10.09% - General information about
should get to park/stand in restricted areas the incident.
because he is a City official.
DD #2 - Complains to TX Citizen that he was
The additional two pages of his
denied entry to Fair (which wasnt true - they just accomplishments included as an addendum
wanted him to enter where everyone else did).
to the response are not reflected in the
DD #3 - Sends request for TX Citizen to percentages above, but are included as part
call for termination of Fairs contract with City. of this column. They are:
DD #4 - Complains to TX Citizen that
100% - Irrelevant to his arguments, but,
he was not permitted in restricted areas again, highly relevant as evidence that this is
because hes black.
about respect, and that parking space.
DD #5 - Complains to City about phantom
electrical problem. City checks and clears Fair.
Before you read his response for yourself,
DD #6 - Complains to City about phantom we again insist you read the First Word
electrical problem AGAIN. City checks again column from our October 24 issue. Its on our
and stands ground.
Facebook page at facebook.com/txcitizen,
DD #7 - Demands Fair Association be pinned to the top and everything. Please enjoy
subject to full audit, apparently because City that now, if you havent already. Greens
didnt find any code violations.
response is below, uncut and in full regalia.
DD #8 - Per his official response, Green (Mr Denton is Greens attorney):
expects people to believe that the parking _______________________________________
spot, the complaints of racism, the non-existent
electrical issue and the audit have nothing to
Dear Mr. Denton:
do with one another. This is the one that really
Please accept this letter as my official
gets our goat. Come on, man. You couldnt response to the complaint made by Warren
even sell that to the legally stupid.
C. Montague with the City of New Braunfels
For the record, if this started with a $10 Ethics Commission. I consider the allegations
Game-One bet on the 2008 Detroit Lions, Green an outrageous attempt to slander my name
would now be in for over $2,500 just trying and reputation with accusations that are
to stay even. Kids, remember - its better to cut totally and completely baseless. The absurdity
your losses after the first mistake rather than of anyone to suggest or contend that I would
compound them. Just apologize and walk away. put my personal reputation at risk to retaliate
Green could have stopped this madness at against an organization over a parking space
any time, and redeemed a measure of his honor is patently ludicrous on its face.
by admitting he was wrong to get carried away
On September 19, 2014, I attended the
and throw his influence around. His reputation Bar-B-Q Fair Cook Off during the annual Comal
has been tarnished by this, and that stain will County Fair to meet and greet people and
only become worse so until he goes back and enjoy the festivities as I have done for the past
takes responsibility for the damage.
10 years. I have always attended the fair when
Instead hes chosen to go to the wall with possible, and its one of my favorite local events.
it. As mentioned above, the City hired a special My family has been involved with the Comal
attorney to justify why Green should not face the County Fair for many years; back during the
charges, which, you know, adds up. Your tax time that my parents picked up trash and other
dollars at work and whatnot. We analyzed the maintenance work at the fair. I am a product
response that Greens attorney drafted, and the of this community along with 4 other siblings.
results are interesting. Remember, when a client I am a native Texan, born in Refugio, Texas
is in the right, an attorney seeks to clarify. When and raised in New Braunfels, Texas. I attended
their client is standing on the short end of the Lamar Elementary (at the corner of Main &
argument, they do their best to confuse . You can Veramendi Street one block from the Comal
decide for yourself which is happening.
County Fair Grounds) from 2nd to 6th grade
Weve printed Greens response in full below, in New Braunfels ISD, then to New Braunfels
but before you read it, or in case you choose not Jr. High and on to New Braunfels Sr. High from
to, heres how it breaks down, by word count:
9th-12th. During grade school and high school
12.4% - Claims that Sheriffs Captain I participated in 4-H and FFA youth activities at
Tommy Ward, Fair Association Vice President the Comal County Fair Grounds. My first job
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at the age of 7 was to clean horse stalls at the


fairgrounds at the pay of $5.00/week. As I
grew older I became a Jockey and rode race
horses for Mr. Jack Mills and the general public.
I graduated from New Braunfels High School
in 1975, and in 1979, I earned a Bachelor of
Science Degree in Agriculture Education with
honors from Sam Houston State University. I
was elected to the New Braunfels City Council
in May, 2013 and I am very proud to say that
I am the first African-American ever elected and
honored to serve on the council. Included is a
general list of my accomplishments.
At approximately 5:00pm, while at a BarB-Q pit visiting with several constituents who live
in my district. It was pointed out to me that the
guy who was working on a near-by telephone
pole was allegedly a man named Fred Butler,
a cable installer and allegedly not a licensed
electrician. The person identified as Mr. Butler
was up on the pole for several hours, by my
estimate at least three hours. If this allegation
was true, I became concerned about the quality
of the electrical work being done, the safety of
the repairs, and whether this individual was truly
competent to safely perform what I consider
very dangerous electrical repair work on cityowned electrical lines. As it started getting dark
I departed the area and went home.
That night I gave this situation more thought.
I began to think more deeply about the potential
hazards and dangers to the individual as well
as to the community and our citizens by the
Comal County Fair Associations alleged use
of an unlicensed and uncertified electrician
to work on high voltage power lines. As I
understand the law, as a general rule no person
may perform electrical work or residential
appliance installation unless the person is a
licensed electrician, and the work being done
is performed through a licensed contractor. (see
Tex. Occupations Code Sec. 1305.151 attached
as Exhibit A) After thinking about it more and
more, the next day, September 20th, I again
traveled to the fairgrounds to return to the Fair
Bar-B-Q Cook-Off to get a closer look for myself
at the electrical work being done at the power
lines on the telephone pole. The catalyst was to
see what electrical job that this person was doing
was. Like the day before, I also planned to use it
as an opportunity to meet and greet citizens and
friends as part of my outreach to constituents.
I drove up to the lot and attempted to
return to the Bar-B-Q area as I had done the
day before. There were other cars and trucks
parked in the very area where I wanted to
park. But this time the fair association had the
road blocked off - unlike the day before. I only
spoke to two people, the one who I first met
at the block and asked why it was blocked
and he told me that what the fair associated
wanted. I then asked him if I could speak to
the president who I had never met. No other
conversation was made.
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Response to Captain Tommy Ward:


I only asked Mr. Ward if I could go
park on the other side of the closed gate.
There were other cars parked in that area.
He said no. I asked him why not? He said it
was a public safety issue because they were
having a Mutton Busting contest. I asked
him who was responsible, he told me the
fair board president. I then asked to speak
to the fair board president. That was the only
conversation I had with Captain Ward; the rest
of his allegations are not true.
I did call Sheriff Holder and informed him
of the incident and confirmed that we have
never had any problems with the Sheriffs
department and that everything was O.K.
with the relationship between the Sheriffs
Department and the City.
Response to Warren Montague:
I spoke to Mr. Montague, the Fair Board
president. I introduced myself and asked
if I could get to the parking lot where my
constituents would have saved me a spot and
he told me no. I then asked him if he was aware
that there was someone there doing electrical
work who allegedly was not a licensed or
certified electrician. I followed up by asking
him if they had pulled all the proper permits.
He claimed they did. I said OK but I planned
to look into it further. I then got in my truck
and parked in another spot. I did not persist or
insist that I be allowed to park.
Given Mr. Montagues reaction, his
demeanor and dismissive tone, it was very
apparent to me that he had no intent whatsoever
to investigate this allegation. I therefore sent an
email to the City Manager and asked if he would
look into the information I had been given by the
citizen. In bringing up the question regarding
the repair work being done on the power lines
by an unqualified electrician, my intent was to
alert Mr. Montague to the allegation so that
he or his staff could investigate the validity
of the claim, and to take appropriate actions
as needed for the safety of the community. I
certainly didnt intend to use my position as a
city official to threaten or retaliate for not getting
a parking space. It is patently preposterous for
anyone to link the two. Because of the serious
nature of this allegation, and the potential risk
to the community I serve, I would have followed
up with this no matter what - with or without
access to the parking area. Any suggestion or
conclusion that I had made up this allegation
in an attempt to either exert undue influence
or to retaliate against the Comal County Fair
Assn. for not allowing me to park is completely
baseless and frankly, offensive and hateful.
Response to CCFA 2014 Vice President
Brett Neely:
His comment is totally false; I did not have
a conversation with Brett Neely.

Response to Nicole Watts:


Her Comment is totally false.
Aside from the follow-up with the City
Managers office due to the potential risks to the
health and safety of the citizens of New Braunfels,
I had not given the matter regarding the parking
space any further thought. It appears that the
staff with the Comal County Fair Assn. may have
misconstrued or misinterpreted my intentions.
My actions and comments were apparently
perceived to be motivated by thoughts I did not
have for a purpose I did not seek.
As an elected public official of the
City of New Braunfels I take my duties and
responsibilities very seriously. I have been
entrusted by the citizens of this city to be a good
steward of its tax funds, to dedicate my energies
toward protecting the public interest, and to
promote the health and safety of this community.
As I understand the law, as a general rule no
person may perform electrical work or residential
appliance installation unless the person is a
licensed electrician, and the work being done is
performed through a licensed contractor. Again,
As I understand the law, as a general rule no
person may perform electrical work or residential
appliance installation unless the person is a
licensed electrician, and the work being done
is performed through a licensed contractor. (see
Tex. Occupations Code Sec. 1305.151 attached
as Exhibit A) If the gentleman working on the
electrical power lines at the county fairgrounds
does not have a valid electricians license then
he absolutely had no business working on the
power lines, and it was unlawful for him to have
done so. I have every right, as a member of
the City Council, to address any matter that
endangers the publics safety. In fact, it is my
utmost obligation to seek enforcement of state
laws and city ordinances that protect the health
and safety of the community in general, and the
residents of District 1 in particular. I will never be
deterred in pursuing the publics interest, and I
will certainly not be intimidated by outrageous
accusations contained in a frivolous complaint
intended to deflect attention from the real issue.
Thank you for your cooperation. Please
feel free to contact me should you have any
questions or need any additional information.
_______________________________________

George Green Lifetime


Accomplishments
Education
Associate of Arts Degree in Animal Science
- Blinn Jr. College in Brenham, TX - 1977
Bachelor of Science Degree in Agriculture
Education - Sam Houston State University 1979 - Graduated with Academic Honors
Served as Vice-President of Collegiate
FFA for two consecutive years
Served as Vice-President of Delta Tau
Alpha - Honorary Agriculture Society
Worked on Masters Degree in Vocational
Education - having a 4.0 GPA- Incomplete

Worked on an Executive MBA DegreeUniversity of Nebraska - Incomplete - 1990s


Champions School of Real Estate Completed Courses for Real Estate License
Real Estate Principles I
Real Estate Principles II
Law of Agency
Law of Contracts
Real Estate Finance

Military Experience
Army Airborne Infantry Division
Army National Guard - 1976-1982
Honorable Discharge

Civic Organizations
President of the Allied Industry Group Lincoln, NE
National Block and Bridle Club Certificate
of Honorary Membership
Board of Directors of the Nebraska
Cattlemen Organization
International Whos Who of Professionals
Graduate of Dale Carnegie Course in
Effective Speaking and Human Relations
General Colin Powell Americas Promise,
Huntsville, Vice Chairman of the Board
Rotary Club- Huntsville, San Antonio, Tyler
San Antonio Chamber of Commerce
United Way Board of Directors - Huntsville
East Texas Food Bank Board of Directors
- Tyler
NB Police Training Academy Advisory
Committee
Lifetime Member of the Guadalupe Valley
Peace Officers Association
NB Elks Lodge - Executive Officer
AACOG Board of Directors
_______________________________________
Green also included nearly nine pages of
the Texas Electrical Safety and Licensing Act,
but only cited Sec. 1305.151. Heres how that
Clarity/Confusion ratio breaks down:
0.70% - Relevant Information Intended to
Clarify Issue
99.3% - Information Overload Intended to
Confuse the Reader
Wed make that into a pie chart for you
but it would have to be the size of an apartment
building for the Relevant sliver to appear.
If youre in a mood to be baffled you can
review the document in full at our Facebook
page, where weve provided a link.

Endgame
It would be best for George to apologize to the
Fair Association, drop the legal defense, and
accept whatever slap on the wrist the Ethics
Commission deems proper. Hes in a hole, and
desperately needs to stop digging.
\m/
Mike Reynolds
Publisher/Editor-in-Chief
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The photographer can see it in colors I
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Luckily, Ralph took up photography while he was


stationed in Europe, which offers a great deal of
visual candy for the erstwhile photographer.
As anyone who had worked with a camera
before the digital revolution can tell you, much
has changed, and certainly not for the worse.
In the old days, to get the most out of a
shot, there was a great deal involved with the
processing of the photos. If you made a mistake
with the negatives, it was over. Now, blessedly,
you can edit photos through the computer,
making exposures that would have required
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However, dont be mislead good
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Ralph explained that high-resolution
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It takes at least three pictures:
Underexposing, to get the highlights;
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I saw of negative of this photo and it was,
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ASK A MEXICAN!
By Gustavo Arellano

Dear Mexican: I came here as a


mocoso from Michoacn. As a child in

Dear Mexican: I teach writing


at a local community college. My
students are writing their final essays
on a local problem; I have one student
who has decided to write about illegal
immigration (specifically Mexican).
We were discussing, as a class, each
students project, and this student
made a comment that I wish I had
reacted to differently.
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number of Mexicans who cant speak
English fluently, and since speaking
English must make it easier to gain legal
citizenship/entry, he assumes that
all (or most) or the Spanish-speaking
Mexicans must be illegals. My response
was to skip over the racism and move
on to another student. What should I
have said to help aware this student of
his racist assumptions?
Troubled Teacher
Dear Gabacha: Grow some ovaries,
mujer! Its your job as a profe to call out your
students on their reliance on Wikipedia, on
their horrendous grammar, and especially
on any racist assumptions they may have.
Of course, you also want to be constructive,
so this is what you should do: call out the
student on their assumptions in front of the
class, saying that while its okay to have
opinions (seriously, Aztlanista professors:
dont excoriate a conservative student just
because theyre conservative. Conservatives
are people, too), its not okay to make blind
assumptionsthats not the scholastic way.
Id have him explicitly state why he thinks
any Spanish-dominant Mexican is a mojado,
and ask for proof in the form of stats and
him procuring someone. Then Id ask him to
explain why foreign languages have been a
part of the United States since its founding,

the motherland, I was raised to believe


in los reyes magos. When I came to the
U.S. I started to hear about a fat man
in red suit, called Santa Claus. Why do
you think many Mexicans here forget
about The Three Wise Men and adapt to
Satans Claws?
Navidad en el Barrio
Dear Christmas in the Barrio: Its not
just Los Reyes Magos Mexicans forget
about. Other Christmas traditions that
historically didnt make it across the Chevy
crossing la frontera include real posadas
(instead of doing nine days of reenacting
Mary and Josephs search for lodging
and going from house to house, many
Mexicans up here celebrate one day), Misa
de Gallo (Midnight Mass on Christmas), a
nacimiento (Nativity scene) that takes up
the entire living room, the December 28
celebration of Los Santos Inocentes, which
commemorates all the kiddies King Herod
had killed, and your aforementioned Reyes
Magos feast day, which gabachos call
Epiphany. But thats not surprising: actual
Mexican culture in the U.S. is always
watered down because of assimilation, a
tale as old as the myth of Quetzalcoatl.
That said, the Reconquista has brought
up many Mexican celebrations in the past
generation, like Da de los Muertos, Da de
los Nios, and the baking of rosca de reyes
(our version of the King Cake served during
Mardi Gras) during Christmas. Gabachos:
save this column so when your half-Mexican
grandkids read this 40 years from now, youll
have proof that Mexicans once actually did
gabacho things.

and why immigrant enclaves never fully


disappear. Make it a teachable momentthat
is your job, after all. And if he cant do any of
the above, call him a pinche pendejo baboso
on Facebook so all your fellow profess can

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officer, close to crime on a daily basis, is

When this is said out loud, it is almost always

probably very aware that an unreasonable

predicated on cultural differences, but this

because I think it doesnt matter, but thats

percentage of crime is committed by African-

is just another way of saying they are less

not because I think it will cause trouble;

officers even if they actively attempted to

Sometimes, I try to avoid a topic. Its usually

not always the case. Every once in a while, Americans. I cant see how this wouldnt sophisticated than us. I cant imagine a
I stay away from a topic - believe it or affect the reactions of individual police more racist notion. Protected statuses are for
such was the case with Ferguson, MO.

children, and when applied to children its a

prevent it from doing so. More likely than good and natural thing. Doing the same to

The Michael Brown case was so filled with this causing police to be more trigger happy an entire class of people infantilizes them,
emotion that it seemed unlikely that any in cases involving young, black males is that and theres nothing good or natural about it.
rational discussion could be had. None police will be more on-guard and aggressive It encourages a mindset that America should
of that has changed, but I have been so in their interactions with the group overall. have left behind roughly 150 years ago.
Taken in the aggregate, this is probably

So, what can be done? For the majority

much of the reason for the poor relationship

of non-black Americans, nothing. Its none of

police often have with largely African-

your business. Stop being a busybody. The

Brown was a thug. There really isnt any

American neighborhoods. The reactions of

black community, on the other hand, can

story of Officer Wilson, that Brown attacked

here, and it should fall on their shoulders to

result was predictable: he was shot dead.

easier to do if opportunists like Al Sharpton you react to them. Kill them with kindness.

inundated with idiocy about the case that


I feel compelled to chime in, so here it is.
As I suspected all along, Michael

prettier way to put this ugly truth. The both sides are understandable if this is the do a good deal. They should refuse to be
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should drop this African-American nonsense,

yesterday). Dont wait for the police to change


him in his car, attempted to flee, and then, try to change this dynamic.
This would, of course, be a good deal the way they react to you, change the way
foolishly, turned and charged Wilson. The
(The idea that some less-lethal means might (et.al.)(Latin for and all those other guys)
have been employed to apprehend Brown would stop crying racism in cases where it

Be polite and helpful in every interaction,


and every time that you are treated with

is a silly bit of second-guessing.)

is clearly not true and encouraging people disrespect, complain and take that complaint

of situations less as tragedies and more as

frustration in the African-American community here) to promote education, reduce crime

from the gene pool is not to be lamented.

this time around, the media showed up on the in your community, not subsidize them.

they loved regardless of the circumstances,

when people held to such a low standard

Im not sorry that Michael Brown is dead. to act unlawfully. In this, I see a good deal of up the chain of command, politely. Create
Call me callous if you like, but I see these types racism. Somehow, it has become expected that local community programs (private is better
Darwinism. When a man not a child acts will, and should, result in lawless behavior. It and increase local economic investment. Elect
in so decidedly stupid a manner, his removal has become such a forgone conclusion that officials who are prepared to fix the problems
I have a certain amount of sympathy for scene to cover the meltdown like it was part And, it wouldnt hurt to infiltrate the police
Browns friends and family, they lost someone of sweeps week. Rarely are we disappointed departments so that the racial makeup of
but their actions since the shooting have done

the police force is a little more like the racial

are expected to drop to meet it. Just once, makeup of the community it polices.

a good deal to ameliorate this concern.

it would be nice to see the agitators, media

racism inherent in the system, but they would

goes about their business.

None of these things require any

Some might use the fact that I suspected and police all show up and find themselves governmental involvement at all (with the
Browns guilt all along as evidence of the standing alone in quite streets as everyone exception of electing politicians willing to
be wrong. These stories do come out of the

get out if the way), and none of them require

America, like every other nation on the likes of Reverend Al. The African-

black community more often than not, but this Earth, has an ugly tradition of racism. This American community has suffered for
has nothing to do with race as far as I can racism isnt exclusive to African-Americans; years. Its time for a libertarian revolution
see. Instead, shootings of black males by the

weve

always

been

equal

in neighborhoods where both crime and

Americans than perhaps any other group.

*I hate this term African-American.

(African-Americans should be thankful we

Globalism has made it less than useless, but

havent treated them to as much assistance

I am bowing to political correctness (and a

occur, they seem to follow a predictable script. as the Native-American community.) This
The other argument is that police treat fact, and our consistent well-intentioned

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and one that occurs almost exclusively this history more damaging to African- violence and lawlessness.
unemployment are high. My suspicions reflect
only the reality that when these incidents

African-American* males differently than


they treat other citizens. I havent seen

meddling, has just made things worse.

to attempt to keep the discussion polite and


not distract from the overall issue.

Poverty programs, racial quotas and

any direct evidence of this, but I suspect overblown civil-rights legislation have served
it is probably true, just not in the way or only to cement the idea that blacks are
for the reasons being suggested. A police somehow inferior in the American mind.
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