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And tday, another case in point with brethren Jackson

Jesse Jackson, on the news appealing to the "UN" to "intervene." Since when does the UN have jurisdiction over a state court crime involving a run of the mill self defense issue? The jurors didn't view this as a race case - why? Well, because the prosecution couldn't argue it was without there being any facts. This only appeals to those who are stupid enough to think that this was a race case, when it wasn't and also, at the same time, stupid enough to the think that the UN has any business of getting involved with it. Once again, bad thinking and bad character. Yet, I imagine the donations will roll in, because he told someone something they wanted to hear. What the heck is wrong with this country?!!

"Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the the universe."-- Albert Einstein