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Why would I
Stevens Point, WI
I don't have the position to say otherwise. It's just a shame that people choose to live their lives in a way that it affects others in a negative way.
Golden Meadow, LA
No, I would not see why. I am fed up with the categorizing of this to whatever interest group decides to use the media to twist a story.
Jill Murty, Realtor - ...
Laguna Niguel, CA
I would not feel like I would have to apologize for saying that.
Yes I would
Hell No, every ones life matters! Let's hope most people use they life for good.
NO!!!! But as the saying goes: :The Squeaky Wheel Is The One That Gets The Grease"
Not a chance.
However, one needs to understand that this is another example of a hijacked movement. The original cause is righteous, but they continue to select the most notorious persons as the Poster Child, the mistakes of the initial movement. Now, the movement has morphed into 'entitlement' that will further segment our society.
The systemic abuse of power within law enforcement is real. Very real. Would you let your child march to express their concern regarding this injustice IF the event was not entitlement driven?
Good morning Captain Wayne. Hell no!
Good Wednesday morning Capt. Wayne. I'm sure that there is a reason for asking this question.
Captain Wayne - Absolutely not, because there would be nothing to apologize for. Who am I to say that all lives do not matter.
They all matter to God, who are we to decide otherwise.
No, of course not. Martin O'Malley should be ashamed of himself for allowing himself to be boo'd off the stage.
The Texas police chief had it right when he said the qualifier must be removed.