What if white people had marched after verdict?

2013-08-14T00:00:00Z What if white people had marched after verdict? nwitimes.com
August 14, 2013 12:00 am

If the white people of America decided to agree with the Florida jurors' verdict for George Zimmerman and decide to march in America to agree with the jurors' decision, would riots occur?

Would they be politically incorrect, or would that be playing the race card? Would the Revs. Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton create a race riot encouraged by the ACLU? If so, who would win?

There might be a revolution in America because some people expect too many freebies. Nothing is free for those who choose not to work for the free gifts; someone has to pay for them -- taxpayers, including politicians and industries in America.

The golden goose is good only for those who wish to destroy America, which used to be good when a few politicians and industries were honest. One world government will never work.

Slavery will be imminent; only the greedy will be in control. Could this be the end of time concerning the Bible which America was founded on? 

- Vernon C. Miller, Highland

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