It might have been a gang initiation, or just a thrill kill by a bunch of bored, disaffected “yutes.” Either way, Big Guy is not yet aware of it because he’s got much bigger fish to fry right now. So he’ll get back to you when he’s done straightening out the mess he caused in the Middle East.
The Reverend Jackson, on the other hand – having been embarrassed earlier this month into (finally) commenting on the black-on-white school bus beating - did weigh in. With his usual robust rhetoric he sent out this tweet on the cold blooded murder of a white boy by a black boy, a half-black boy and their white accomplice:
As I said, Big Guy was too busy with international affairs to get involved with a local crime. It seems that the bright red line that he drew for Syria last year has been breached.
Reports of hundreds of deaths due to the use of chemical weapons have been received. And although Samantha Power, our new UN Ambassador, was apparently too busy to attend, our second highest-ranking American official at the United Nations, Rosemary Di Carlo, circulated a draft resolution to "urgently take the steps necessary for today's attack to be investigated by the U.N. mission on the ground." That was apparently too harsh for Russia and China, who stripped “the most strenuous provisions of the American draft…during closed-door negotiations.” So there was no agreement on calls for an investigation.
We ended up with a UN resolution agreeing to give Assad another stern warning and a harsh stare.
Meanwhile, BO issued the following statement:
*See Legal Disclaimer below.
Butt getting back to the yutes who allegedly shot Chris Lane in the back, they are a cross section of America: a black teen, a half-black teen with a white mother and a white kid. Their commonality? They were all Crip gang wannabes who idolized the hip rapper-thug lifestyle of livin’ large and violently. Their iPods were loaded with some of the same “music” that occupies space on Big Guy’s: Ludacris, Jay-Z, Kanye and Lil Wayne.
Apparently BO recognized the dangerous message of rap lyrics, butt he still listens to it because, well it’s cool:
"I am troubled sometimes by the misogyny and materialism of a lot of rap lyrics," he said, "but I think the genius of the art form has shifted the culture and helped to desegregate music."
Some would question whether music really required desegregation, as cross-over artists have been around since the Jazz Age. Butt most would agree with the part about it having “shifted the culture.”
Critics might say that it is shifting it in the wrong direction. As far as Big Guy is concerned though, you could say that if he had a son who was bored, he would’ve looked just like any one of those three boys.
Meanwhile, back to world affairs, I see the cheese-eating French surrender monkeys are now calling for the rest of the world to respond with force if the chemical weapons charges against Syria prove to be true. Let the record reflect that BO concurs: “I swear, if Libya unleashes one more chemical weapon on its own people, they’re going to get one of these.”
*Legal Disclaimer: The Barack Hussein Obama tweet depicted above is not a real tweet. I made it up.
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