Indeed it has been a tough 18 months for those who operate under the banner of "Civil Rights Organizations". So many real challenges within the Black community left unfinished yet the mine field is more complex now. Its not like they can go out and attack those forces that have control over the key institutions any longer. Not after they worked so hard to put these people into place.
High Black Unemployment? - Sit tight Black folks!! Give the polices time to work. Besides you now have extended unemployment insurance because you now have leaders who care about you. You DO recall how angry you were about 24 months ago over the administration in place then right? Don't allow misplaced anger today to assist them in getting back into power. Suck it up. You needed to lose a little weight anyway. Less food in your house might not be so bad.
The "Bloody Summer Of 2010" that came about 2 months early this year? - Black people get killed all of the time. This is little more than background static. We need to unite and keep an eye on the "Right Wing/ Sovereign Citizens Movement". They killed 2 White police officers in West Memphis Arkansas a few days ago. They are reloading and plan to kill Black people. Ignore the 147 people who were murdered in 2009. Why get divided on this issue? If we stay focused upon the potential murder of Black people by the "White Sovereign Citizens Movement" we will be so unified that this alone will reduce the "Street Pirate On Black Homicides"
Rand Paul Is A Threat To The Civil Rights Act And We Must Let Him Know That We Won't Tolerate His Views - We looked into the eyes of Rand Paul and we saw a man who desires to "turn the clock back" to 1947 where "a Black man had no rights that a White man need respect". We cannot let this stand without telling Rand Paul that he is better off remaining as an eye doctor. We don't need him in the Senate with his views.
With these three choices at hand I figure that the protest at the offices of Rand Paul is the best investment of our time.
Oh wait - someone else got this idea already.
Rand Paul's Views On Civil Rights Act Trigger Protests In Kentucky Outside The Republican Party Offices