A Conversation for The Years of Billy Joel's 'We Didn't Start The Fire' - 1964-1989 (Part 3)
lakawak Started conversation Oct 17, 2015
Nice way to make it seem like the public reaction to the Goetz shooting was evenly divided down party lines. It was not even close. The people in favor of him FAR outweighed the people against him. Even the ultra liberals were in favor because they knew what it was like to ride the subway in NY City in the early 80s after years of liberal leadership let the city almost crumble into ruin. This was similar to the Michael Brown case of 2014. The more information that got out, the more people that felt it was a justified shooting and the only people left against it were the racist minorities who don't care about facts And no..no one cared about how little the amount of money was involved. There is no threshold where people are allowed to rob you without retribution.
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