Unsung Mob Victims Anyone? No Arms Up in Ferguson


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Unsung Mob Victims Anyone? No Arms Up in Ferguson

Sometimes Hannity nails it so right on, it makes up for the rest of his biases.

He presented a show with the minority business owners who's stores were burned and looted during the recent riots in Ferguson, Mo.

I'm not going to give the name of the thug who was shot or the cop who shot him. That event was the excuse for the riots, but I don't want to use their names in this opening post because they get enough air play. There are real victims here who are taking it and sucking it up.

Good on Sean.

These business owners are the people of my heart.

If anyone wants to see some of the damage with names of the stores damaged, here is a list of 40.

40 Ferguson Area Businesses Trashed, Vandalized Or Destroyed By Protestors

With a few exceptions like above, there is no outrage over what these people endured. Business is supposed to be evil and all.

Well, I'm outraged for them.

Fuck the protesters. Just look what they did. And they did it on purpose with malicious intent.

You won't see the small business owners sticking their arms up in victimization poses. You know why? Because they are too busy rebuilding their lives to even imagine doing it.

I hope they sue the crap out of the government that should have protected them. After all, they, not the thugs who destroyed their business establishments, are the ones paying the taxes to fund that protection.

Michael

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As a teen I often worked & learned in my parents small, family apparel shop. A tough but rewarding gig.

I can appreciate the store owners grief but can not understand why none of them were seen at their store's entrance, 12 gauge in hand.

I remember getting a call informing us our store's alarm was sounding. 5 minutes later my father & I were en-route to our business, 30-06 on the back seat.

The would be thugs never got in to the store. Apparently the alarm scared them off. Lucky for them, I say.

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As a teen I often worked & learned in my parents small, family apparel shop. A tough but rewarding gig.

I can appreciate the store owners grief but can not understand why none of them were seen at their store's entrance, 12 gauge in hand.

I remember getting a call informing us our store's alarm was sounding. 5 minutes later my father & I were en-route to our business, 30-06 on the back seat.

The would be thugs never got in to the stoOre. Apparently the alarm scared them off. Lucky for them, I say.

Opposing a mob (armed or not) can be hazardous. I cannot blame anyone making themselves scarce in such a situation.

Ba'al Chatzaf

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As a teen I often worked & learned in my parents small, family apparel shop. A tough but rewarding gig.

I can appreciate the store owners grief but can not understand why none of them were seen at their store's entrance, 12 gauge in hand.

I remember getting a call informing us our store's alarm was sounding. 5 minutes later my father & I were en-route to our business, 30-06 on the back seat.

The would be thugs never got in to the stoOre. Apparently the alarm scared them off. Lucky for them, I say.

Opposing a mob (armed or not) can be hazardous. I cannot blame anyone making themselves scarce in such a situation.

Ba'al Chatzaf

Surely it can be hazardous. No disagreement there, and I'm not blaming anyone. I guess it's just what I would do.

-J

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