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Jim's Rant For The Day. Louisville Color Blind Law.


Here is a mind experiment for you. To test the effectiveness and fairness of laws all one has to do is change the facts of a hypothetical case. Lets do that now. The McCloskeys are being indicted by the St. Louis circuit attorney Kimberly Gardner. The charges are unknown now but what is known is Kentucky has a Castle Doctrine in which you have a right to defend your home as your last place of refuge. Gardener said she is going after the McCloskeys (white couple) for pointing weapons at a mob of several hundred terrorists (in black hoods & clothing) who were threatening them harm in front of their home because of their race. Now let's change the facts to read: Gardener said she is going after the McCloskeys (Black couple) for pointing weapons at a mob of several hundred terrorists (in white KKK hoods & clothing) who were threatening them harm in front of their home because of their race. Question #1: Would Gardner indict the couple under the second scenario? Question #2: Would Gardner's mother be proud of her for prosecuting under either scenario? Question #3: Can Gardner (and her ego) be proud of herself under either scenario?

I suspect she has destroyed herself and her career.


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