Yesterday, JTR posted an excellent short piece about the apparent ongoing efforts of our administration to exploit and exacerbate the tensions and divisions that alienate one American from another.
To me, Bill Whittle’s video seems to be a masterful ten-minute proof text for George Zimmerman’s innocence, and for the late Trayvon Martin being something other than simply “a sweet unarmed black kid”–regardless of what the President of the United States would like us to believe.
But then–does my opinion really count? I am after all a white conservative Christian. So of course I want to believe the best of the white defendant, and already think the worst about the black victim. Right? If Bill’s viewing audience is primarily made up of people like me (and like himself)…then he’s just preaching to the choir, right? Continue reading