Ferguson is another ghetto separated from America by mob violence against “The Police”. President Obama kicked the residents in Ferguson to the gutter yet again when he failed to confront the Grand Jury conclusion with which he disagreed, that Officer Wilson was correct in shooting Michael Brown.

Sane people everywhere would prefer Brown had done what he should have been taught to do; obeyed Officer Wilson. Brown would be alive today if he had listened instead of deliberately reaching inside a police car and punching Wilson in the face. Those are the actions of a criminal. Why is it so difficult for Obama to say that?

The President failed to mention Brown’s criminal behavior.

Brown paid the ultimate price for assaulting a police officer. Obama should have stood up for the police and told the rioters to go home, there’s nothing you can do except bring more crap down on yourselves by continuing to rampage and pillage. Instead, Obama continued his defiance no doubt learned from his parents and grandparents. He learned his wrong lessons well. Defying the law; defying the police and even blaming the police reveals psychosis. He defies Authority. He denies even his own orders. Disrespect for Authority is his personality.

Black Crime Rates are higher than all other race based crime studies. The question that needs an answer is: why? Democrats support the police as the cause of black crime. Obama continued that line in his comments after the Grand Jury presentment. So long as that’s the end of the analysis the high crime rate will continue to plague the black community. That’s wrong on many levels and because of that line, the cause of the death of Michael Brown will remain.

The Washington Times Jason Riley wrote: “Crime began rising precipitously in the 1960s after the Supreme Court started tilting the scales in favor of criminals. 63 percent of respondents to a Gallup poll taken in 1968 judged the Warren Court, in place from 1953 to 1969, too lenient on crime; but Warren’s jurisprudence was sup­ported wholeheartedly by the liberal intellectuals of that era, as well as by politicians who wanted to shift blame for criminal behavior away from the criminals. Popular books of the time, like Karl Menninger’s “The Crime of Punishment,” argued that “law and order” was an “inflammatory” term with racial overtones. “What it really means,” said Menninger, “is that we should all go out and find the n–– and beat them up.”

“The late William Stuntz, a Harvard law professor, addressed this history in his 2011 book, “The Collapse of American Criminal Justice.” “The lenient turn of the mid-twentieth century was, in part, the product of judges, prosecutors and politicians who saw criminal punishment as too harsh a remedy for ghetto violence,” wrote Mr. Stuntz. “The Supreme Court’s expansion of criminal defendants’ legal rights in the 1960s and after flowed from the Justices’ percep­tion that poor and black defendants were being victimized by a system run by white government officials. Even the rise of harsh drug laws was in large measure the product of reformers’ efforts to limit the awful costs illegal drug markets impose on poor city neighborhoods. Each of these changes flowed, in large measure, from the decisions of men who saw themselves as reformers. But their reforms showed an uncanny ability to take bad situations and make them worse.”

“Crime rates rose by 139 percent during the 1960s, and the murder rate doubled. Cities couldn’t hire cops fast enough. “The number of police per 1,000 people was up twice the rate of the population growth, and yet clearance rates for crimes dropped 31 percent and conviction rates were down 6 percent,” wrote Lucas A. Powe Jr. in “The Warren Court and American Politics,” his history of the Warren Court. “During the last weeks of his [1968] presidential campaign, Nixon had a favorite line in his standard speech. ‘In the past 45 minutes this is what happened in America. There has been one murder, two rapes, forty-five major crimes of violence, countless robberies and auto thefts.’”

“As remains the case today, blacks in the past were overrepre­sented among those arrested and imprisoned. In urban areas in 1967, blacks were 17 times more likely than whites to be arrested for robbery. In 1980 blacks comprised about one-eighth of the population but were half of all those arrested for murder, rape and robbery, according to FBI data. And they were between one-fourth and one-third of all those arrested for crimes such as burglary, auto theft and aggravated assault.”

Those are some of the reasons Michael Brown developed the virtues and values that resulted in his early death. One fact: Officer Wilson escaped death because he had been well trained. He could have avoided shooting Brown if Brown had acted properly. Brown was the cause of his own death. Others who should have taught him the right ways to act bear some blame too. The innocent party here is Officer Wilson.

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