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Obama to Make a Statement on Ferguson

President Obama will make a statement tonight at 10:00 pm ET on the decision by a grand jury not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.

A live stream is available here.

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8 Responses to Obama to Make a Statement on Ferguson

  1. He’ll be spouting the same bull as before.
    Although it might be interesting to see how his racist psyche will be verbalized.
    Don’t expect to hear anything Presidential.

  2. The sheer depth and breadth of the bunco artistry on display here is staggering.

    That said, if I had to guess, I’d say he’ll make all the appropriate noises–and probably some inappropriate ones–at 16th and Penn tonight, but do Chicago and back tomorrow as scheduled, without the side trip.

    At this point, he doesn’t give a skeever tail about what We The People think. (For those of you who get the reference…)

  3. How about a new policy for the people instead of the police: respect lawful authority. If an armed officer of the law asks you to stop committing a crime, just stop committing the crime, put down your gun and be at peace. We are all about acronyms today so try SDSUMO–sit down, shut up, and move on. Obama outlined nearly the same rules of engagement he instituted in far off Afghanistan: Please, please don’t hurt anybody unless you absolutely must and most of all dont fire first. We’ll give you a nice reception in Dover if you mess up. What a commie loser!

  4. Not just Ferguson. It is the rot of the nation. Bad bad nation. I myself Me will see to it that the Feds are crawling all over these local police across the nation. Not a local issue, resolved by the rule of law.

    But a National Issue. Asshat.

  5. Why should he be injecting himself into this situation? Obama carries his “community organizer” mentality with him each and every day rather than serving as Commander In Chief and leader of ALL Americans.