Letters to the Editor: Hey, Dodgers, care to comment on that racist ad played during the playoffs?
“Walking down the street, I found myself in one place, and then I found myself in another place.”
Well maybe you should have found it by walking down an alley.
“I guess in the big picture, it’s only as important as the people you make it.”
I would love it if you were right but I guess “in the big picture” is a big fat lie. The big picture is what you were raised with. The big picture is what you get to choose for yourself. The big picture is what you get to choose for yourself. The big picture is what you get to choose for yourself. The big picture is what you get to choose for yourself.
If we’re going to talk about the big picture, and I do mean talk about the big picture, then we’re going to have to understand the whole picture. We can’t let any parts of it be ignored. We’re not dealing with a little bit of racism. We’re dealing with the racism of America as a whole. What happened in San Francisco this week is going to be a small part of the bigger picture. What did you do in San Francisco this week if not tell the truth about police abuse and corruption? We can’t get away with a little bit of racism because we’ve created a police and politics in this country that is out of control and racist. That’s it. That’s all we can deal with. That’s all we can deal with in this country.
You think that was bad? In the same city they found the bodies of three dead men in their pool last week, found a dead man in their pool this week, shot by an off duty police officer. One dead man. That’s just in San Francisco this week. You think that’s bad? One dead body in three weeks.
We think we have a police force on the streets that is the best in the world. No it’s not. It’s the worst in the world. There’s a reason they’ve had to go and fire every officer. There’s a reason police like to fire the bad ones. There’s a reason we’ve had to fire every policeman in this country. We fired them because they’re the racist police, and they’re the violent ones, and they don