Trying to not call a spade a spade about spades can be difficult, Robin.
Lest anybody think that was somebody who was truly concerned about "whitey" moving in on the neighborhood, he said something in code at the end that's indicative of mentioning a particular race of people that will not be welcomed by the neighborhood.
“My home, I put $800-thousand in my home, I knocked it down when it should be worth $2-million. I’m offered $900-thousand, they feel it’s a fire sale now,” Kevin Shields said.
But, not everyone was opposed to the idea.“I don’t see nothing wrong with it. What’s wrong with building schools?” said a person who asked to remain unnamed.
i can think of a few people who could benefit form a school nearby.
bad grammar aside, anyone notice Ronnie is the only one to make this into a race issue? well, publicly, anyway. we all know that's what the crux of the issue is, but Ronnie just blurts it right out. wtg, asswipe. Ronnie has singlehandedly ensured that that school will be built, and probably be named after MLK or something. Reverand Al will see to it. what a dope.
Originally Posted by sammyr13
Been negn people under your name and saying some very mean things (:
They loudly suggested the mere suggestion of a new school in their neighborhood, CBS 2′s Steve Langford reported.
Huh? who writes this garbage?
Someone in their 20's with a newly minted student loan-purchased "journalism" degree from a diploma mill.
“When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men in a society, over the course of time they create for themselves a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it." ~Frederic Bastiat