By Tom Quiner

The crowd booed Democrat Martin O’Malley for uttering these words:

“Black lives matter. White lives matter. All lives matter.”

‘White lives matter’ and ‘all lives matter’ were offensive to the mob that had hijacked the microphone at this campaign event in Phoenix.

Predictably, Mr. O’Malley immediately issued a knee-jerk apology for making such an accurate statement. Here is what he said:

“I meant no insensitivity by that and I apologize if that’s what I communicated. That was misstated. What I intended to say was that we’re all in this together – that black lives do matter and we have a double-standard of justice in this country.”

Of course, he was not insensitive. Rather, the African-American activists were being overly sensitive.

And let’s be real: black lives do NOT matter to liberal politicians who block laws and regulations that could reduce the shocking quantity of human abortion that takes place with black mothers.

Fifty-three percent of black babies are aborted. A young man is safer being a gang member in the inner city than a baby is in the womb.

Until this situation is changed, black lives do not matter, at least to weak-kneed liberal politicians like Martin O’Malley.

 

 

4 Comments

  1. encourage the faithful on July 22, 2015 at 11:52 am

    Yes, Tom, O’Malley is weak-kneed. He, of course, wants to please and be liked by his peers, in spite of God. God puts up no tangible resistance to O’Malley’s free will, unlike Demoncrats who would shed someone who does not toe the party line as easily as they would make abortion, if they did not have resistance from the “truthers.”

    We know the “enemy.” Yet, when we do not include the entrenched career Republicans in that category, we can be blind-sided (I admit I don’t know when to trust John Boehner as he succumbs to the administration more than he defends conservative morality).

    I imagine that the abortion statistic for black babies is getting much worse under the tyranny of the Obama rule. Black lives matter to most politicians a little (or a lot) less than their own careers. Power corrupts in similar fashion as does money. Both are heady brews and the baby is easily thrown out with the bathwater when the addiction to power and money sets in.

  2. Elexus on July 23, 2015 at 10:18 am

    I don’t know about this. I would rather the child be aborted than raised on the streets where he or she is more than likely to stay there. Until black Americans figure out away to actually move foward and lower crime rate, I would rather for those mothers to get an abortion. I would also suggest adoption, but adoption of black babies are low, so most likely they will end up in the foster care system. There are many issues that needs to be fix altogether.

    • quinersdiner on July 23, 2015 at 11:10 am

      Elexus, I agree many issues need to be fixed. But abortion isn’t the answer. You, me, everyone has a fundamental God-given right to their life. I look at a guy like Dr. Ben Carson who grew up in the ghetto in a single parent household, and yet he became a neuro surgeon who saved many lives. How many Ben Carsons will be killed via human abortion? How many have already been killed? Far too many.

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