Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Uppity Ray Nagin put in his place

We've said before that the persecution of Ray Nagin was politically motivated pay-back.

The news that Nagin was sentenced to ten years on that trumped up corruption case is intended to make an example of him. Although the actual "corruption" was laughably trivial by traditional Louisianan political standards, Nagin's real crime was standing up to the white establishment in Washington during the Katrina crisis.

Every would-be Black politician is intended to take a lesson from this example.

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