That and the "If Obama is elected, I am laying a bunch of people off!" Those bastards followed through. But I think that they were going to do layoffs anyway, and are using the election outcome as an excuse, to divert any backlash.
How do I answer you without sounding like a pompous braggart?
I'm a man, as such I fear no other man, with a hood, black beret, or anything else. There is nothing anyone can do to you that you can't do right back to them, including a beating, stabbing or outright killing them. Have you ever been in a fight? Not the sort where the opponents try to outshout one another or where push comes to shove and its over. I mean a fight, broken bones, blood, anything goes mayhem, don't give a damn if you win or lose. I seriously doubt that the antagonists you refer to have ever actually fought. The Black Panthers can be sized up with one glance, all show, no dough. No, they are not intimidating, to me. Perhaps some people fear them.
divine--apathiaFeatured By OwnerNov 8, 2012Hobbyist Photographer
Thing is, hate groups don't usually fight fair. I was watching a neo nazi documentary, and they took pride in going around in groups of 10-15, sneaking up on what they refer to as 'blacks' (people from Kazakhstan etc ) and beating the shit out of them. 10-15 on one person.
(Though, it seems counter productive... you'd think if that if you were fighting someone supposedly inferior, you wouldn't need a large gang to beat one person, but I digress.)
Hardly a surprise. Liberals can't accept an honest and fair election, so they attempt to get their voter fraud through the cracks or make overt threats of violence if things aren't going their way. [link]
Bring it on, Obamabots. I'm packing, too, and dying for some target practice.
The video has to be BS. It claims to be (and looks like) Philadelphia. But firstly it claims it is in January... which is 2 months after election season and people are wearing shorts and sun dresses. Secondly it looks like the location is some kind of street fair (never seen one in January).
They still hold white pride parades in plenty of cities. We had an annual one when I lived in Pittsburgh. Usually between 20-30 KKK or skin heads would show up, and around 300 people would show up to protest them.
I lived in pittsburgh from 1998-2001. I attended the Art institute there, and lived on the North side. There was a kkk parade each year I lived there. It was always on the news that day. They would cordon off a few block down town, and the kkk guys and skinheads would march and hold signs with about 10 times as many people booing and protesting. Maybe they got tired of it since then.
Not sure. Pittsburgh's near me. Either way, I think for people it could be intimidating. It's not the police. If some guy in a white hood was there, he would not be allowed. I think there should only be police there not any member of a group that hates another. Just want both sides to have no fear of who they want as president.