>>Where can you draw the line? >It seems that you may be >suggesting that none of us >are in a position to >draw lines. Am I >right?
>And by the way....., "When in >Rome, do as the Romans >do." Moreover, "Render onto >Ceasar that which is Ceasars." > Taxes? How much >choice to I have?
you dont have to pay taxes- you are obliged to. You could just as easily chose not to- just as any brother could chose not to use or sell drugs- they still do as they are also OBLIGED.
>Police >doing their job? No >control. Being one of >those people that they could >arrest? ALL the control.
Did Amadou Diallo have control? No Amadou Diallo had a wallet and a sparse knowledge of the English language and dark skin. that equals got to me.
>>This society is too convulted and >>corrupt to even think you >>can make arbitray lines as >>to whom we could do >>with out. > >I don't think so, K. >As arbitrary as those lines >maybe to some, the line >drawn between responsibility and its >antonym are clear to me.
Sure but again- who is going to draw that line for everybody else. You being clear as to where your lines are is one thing but you cant necessarily be clear about everyvbody else's line.
>The actions of >>men have been polluted by >>policies of state and vice >>versa.
>Good quote. But if you >had to rank where we >are in the "solution" I >don't think that you could >rank those "unaffordable" niggas too >high.
the saying is- if you're not part of the solution you're part of the problem. Funny how when you're sure you're not part of the problem this statement is fine but when you're in the wrong we start talking about ranking.