Now that George Zimmerman has been acquitted by a Florida jury for stalking, shooting and killing 17-year-old, unarmed Trayvon Martin, let’s turn to conservative media thought leaders for a sensitive and serious discussion on how we can ease the resulting racial tensions and begin the healing process.
Rush, you’re the voice of the modern conservative movement, so why don’t you start us off:
"I can now" say "’nigga' with an ‘a’" because "it's not racist.” A caller used the same slur and Rush warned him "not to try it on the street.”
How about the National Rifle Association’s deep thinker, board member and aging rocker Ted Nugent?
African-Americans can solve “the black problem” if they put their “heart and soul into being law-abiding...”
What say you, Bill-o?
The 104-year-old civil rights organization, the NAACP, is a "the grievance industry."
Laura Ingraham always has something inclusive and constructive to say:
"The Justice Department is humoring the race hucksters" at the NAACP.
Eric Bolling of “The Five”?
Tucker Carlson looks thoughtful:
Civil rights leaders are "hustlers and pimps who make a living off inflaming racial tensions."
Maybe former White House spokeswoman Dana Perino has something cogent and cohesive to add:
Liberals are "angry at Hispanics" after the verdict.
How about the man with the porn actor mustache, Geraldo Rivera?
The Zimmerman jurors "would have shot and killed Trayvon Martin a lot sooner than George Zimmerman did…You dress like a thug, people are going to treat you like a thug."
Ann Coulter carefully considers both sides of an issue:
“It is only when the victim is black that we must have a show trial…and the threat of riots.”
Wait. I just noticed all these leading lights of conservatism are white people. Surely Dr. Ben Carson, a newly minted Fox News conservative commentator, has an important and positive contribution from the African-American perspective:
“(T)here must be something we could learn from this situation in addition to not creating a big racial divide."