Yea, it wouldn't have happened if the GOP (or anyone else) was in charge

Gee - you think they want a race riot?

RACIAL HATEMONGERING ON THE TAXPAYER’S DIME: Newly Released Documents Detail the Department of Justice’s Role in Organizing Trayvon Martin Protests. “Judicial Watch announced today that it has obtained documents proving that the Department of Justice played a major behind-the-scenes role in organizing protests against George Zimmerman. Zimmerman is on trial for second-degree murder in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin in February 2012.”
So not only did we have a public statement by the President that might have tainted the jury pool, but now we find the Department of Justice was involved in, basically, organizing a lynch mob?
Related: Disorder: Judge Recesses Zimmerman Trial, Excludes Damning Evidence. “Trayvon Martin’s phone had hundreds of messages discussing criminal behavior, including trafficking black-market firearms.” So maybe the folks at DOJ felt they had something in common with him . . . .
Look at the residents of this ‘gated community’ who lived just in that one spot. It is more diverse than a Democrat photo-op. This neighborhood had young and old, Asians and blacks and whites and Hispanics all living next to each other in peace, but needing gates and a neighborhood watch to protect themselves from outsiders.
Without the race-baiters — now almost exclusively to be found in the Democratic Party and its media wing — Americans get along pretty well. And it’s certainly a more diverse crowd than at Obama Campaign HQ.

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Quick update

Tuesday: Biopsy - went well.  They used a drill this time, and that was weird, feeling the bone rattle.  Was it painful? YES.  How does it feel?  Hard to describe, but kind of throbbing, burning spread over a wider area than before.  Results in a few weeks.

Wednesday: Cleaning house for 4th of July.  Grandma came over and we visited for a while - pretty good for 90.

Thursday: Independance Day!  Usual party, great time.  Fire pit was well received, as were the S'Mores we made.

Friday: Water? What water?  The main water line for the block blew out and we were without water for about 8 hours.  No showers (much needed), no clean up of the kitchen (I use a lot of water there) and no laundry.  Really a down day.  By the time it got up and running, we had no inertia to do a darn thing.