View Poll Results: Is there a double Standard in America's reaction to riots?

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Thread: Is there a double Standard in America's reaction to riots?

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    Is there a double Standard in America's reaction to riots?

    There is a double standard. Nevertheless, pointing out that the double standard exists does not negate the need to clamp down on rioters whenever and wherever they occur. I couldn't care less if it's drunken college kids, excited sports fans, Occupy Wallstreet folks, or people pissed off at police officers.

    No excuses period. Clamp down on it. Save people's property and livelihoods. Restore law and order.
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    Re: Is there a double Standard in America's reaction to riots?

    I don't think the double standard is that people are not condemning the riots no matter the race it's that when say a group of white kids riot after a hockey game no one is talking about white people as a whole being white savage animals where when it's a group of black guys then it's yes they are black savage animals. Atleast that's how I see it as being the double standard and what I think the op is saying.
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