Thank God for Michael Grebe and his never ending supply of wingnut websites, or else so many of our right wing bloggers would be on the street with "will write for food" signs.
Instead, Grebe gives them all wingnut welfare, all they have to do is comply:
Take off the sunglasses and your family will be provided for(if you choose to provide for your family that is).
Recently Binversie was somehow allowed to publish a column on Charlie Sykes White Wisconsin and it could be the absolute dumbest post ever written on that site.
They say it takes a tragedy to see the true soul of an individual; perhaps the same applies to communities as well. Nothing has shown that more than the recent tale of two Wisconsin cities.
Seriously comparing the two is not only stupid its racist to the core (surprise surprise).
There are similarities between the two shootings -
* both communities have rallied around their deceased native son
* both communities know that their deceased son did not have to die.
* faith is strong in both communities
There are some things that make them apples and oranges comparisons also. The most glaring being that in Madison an unarmed African American kid was shot by police. In Kiel, a right wing extremist skin head shot a police officer and one other innocent person in his long time crime spree.
Then comes this line of drivel:
In Madison, high school children were let out of class so they could protest at the state capitol in the middle of the day. In Kiel, school children were let out of class to take part in a silent funeral processional for Casper.It is hard for someone who lives by complying to his bosses, but in Madison, the kids were not "let out" they were heading to the Capitol no matter what. They were also there to honor their deceased friend and try and make change. No one should be shot for being black. The end result was both the same, they were out of school honoring their deceased friend and neighbor.
The biggest difference though, is one that while is left unspoken, is not left uninferred. In Madison, the people of our community were honoring an African American.
There is no room for that in Binverie's world or in his new "job".
It sickens me that this is something we have to over come and it especially sickens me that people like Kevin Binversie are given forums to spread their hatred, ignorance and racism.