It would be ignorant white folks that somehow think blacks cannot or will not be able to compete on a level playing field. So instead of getting out of the way and letting us succeed or fail on our own, they offer racist programs that for years have eroded our morals and family structure to the point where it no longer exists in some cases. Teaching us to depend on the government hand out rather than ourselves. Teaching us that personal responsibility is now a bad word because it is always someone else's fault.
Liberalism? Please. More like dumb asses who think they are doing good but instead only hurt.
So I can only come to the conclusion you somehow did not understand what I wrote, or you are just trying to lie. So I will give you a second chance.
No Lives Matter
“The reasonable man adapts himself to the world: the unreasonable one persists to adapt the world to himself.
Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.” ― George Bernard Shaw, Man and Superman
The question is, how many lives and at what cost? Far more people die in automobile accidents than by guns... yet no one is advocating banning cars, restricting everyone to cars that only go 35mph, background checks to buy a car, etc.
Hell if we just did away with 18 wheel trucks and cars on the same roads we'd probably cut traffic fatalities by thousands... but the economic cost would be staggering.
Saving lives is great, but there are always limits to how far we can practically go in so doing.
There are also unintended consequences... like making criminals safer and therefore bolder.
Fiddling While Rome Burns
Carthago Delenda Est
"I used to roll the dice; see the fear in my enemies' eyes... listen as the crowd would sing, 'now the old king is dead, Long Live the King.'.."
4 people are dead.
My heart goes out to their families. We seem to say that too often nowadays.
Strict scrutiny doesn't have a minimum threshold as far as the # of lives or cost, only that the means be the least restrictive while acheiving the sought after benefit. And cars are highly regulated, in their manufacture, their sale, and their use. Trucks are subjected to even more regulation than cars.
As far as strict scrutiny goes, the only limit to how far we can go is that the means be the "least restrictive" means of achieving the goal. This does not eliminate "highly restrictive" regulations, unless it can be shown that "less restrictive" means would achieve the same goals.
And criminals don't commit crimes because they feel safe and bold. I've never bought that article of faith
Well...at least he followed Bidens advice and used a shotgun...