- Mar 19, 2015
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I agree, something weird about mixing Lexington Green, 9/11, and back the blue. Strikes me as similar to tearing down statues. Muddling up American history to me is as bad as trying to erase American history.
Yeah... this pisses me off.
Really hard to unpack the amount of racism in this post. From the "you need to know a black person to believe they deserve basic human rights" to the reference to presumably a rough neighborhood in NY (relevance in a Lexington thread?). If you're going to judge groups by their worst then turn in your guns because people have done some terrible things with them.Is there one black person that lives in Lexington? I don't get the residents of these rich white liberal suburbs. They have had zero exposure to black people their entire lives. Try taking a public bus through Crown heights/Bed-Stuy Brooklyn after dark or ordering Popeyes in Harlem. The virtue-signaling is out of control, but at least it identifies the hypocrites easily.
Those are probably the most common. Other goodies include "Love Trumps Hate" or "Hate Has No Home Here". Yeah, you have no hate, unless it's a viewpoint you disagree with. You think hate is commonly found in other homes and you're the standout? f***in hate these people. Bring on the civil war and watch these p*****s crumble.I drove through Lexington and Concord yesterday... more BLM yard signs than I could count.