Zimmerman v. Obama

A simple comparison between men who’s lives have become embroiled in the public’s consciousness – George Zimmerman and Barack Obama…

Zimmerman v. Obama - A moral contrast
Zimmerman v. Obama

One, George Zimmerman, has a history of putting himself in harms way and putting his community before himself. The other, Barack Obama, has a history of protecting himself and rarely considering the needs of his community much less putting those needs above his own desires.

One, George Zimmerman, was acquitted of murdering one angry, young Black male who attacked him. The other, Barack Obama, has ordered the murder of hundreds, if not thousands, of individuals and will likely never see the inside of courtroom, much less a prison or death chamber.

A simple comparison between to people, one who would be hero if he were not too White and another who be a villain if he were not too Black.

Yes, I know that there are some, the Liberals and the minority tenants, who will rave that it’s racist to compare George Zimmerman and Barack Obama because holding a Black to the same as standards as a White Hispanic is grossly unfair and can never lead to equal results. Oh well. They can just call me a racist and move on.

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2 Responses to “Zimmerman v. Obama”

  1. Alan Scott Says:

    Being half Hispanic is not worth as much as being half Black. I don’t recall any Hispanics standing up for George when the media street mob came for him. African Americans never fail to show up for Barry. In fact half Hispanic doesn’t even go as far as 1/32 Native American ancestry went for a certain lady Senator.

    At least poor George is not a proven hypocrite or liar. Barry said the Keystone Pipeline wasn’t much of a jobs program because only 50 permanent jobs would be created. The many thousands of one to two year construction jobs have no value to Barry. Somewhat curious from a man who wasted $ 800 plus Billion in Stimulus to create one to two year infrastructure construction jobs.

  2. jonolan Says:

    Yeah, all that is about right, Alan. It just goes to show that it’s a sad world we’ve allowed to arise around us.

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