Sunday, May 23, 2010
An Intimate Look into Ghetto Think
Chicago, IL—Young Chicago police Officer Thomas Wortham, IV had just returned from duty in Iraq. The lad had bought a new motorcycle and was visiting his parents. Four dangerous Ghetto Rats with guns tried to rob the young cop.
God given fear and the instinct to survive caused Wortham and his retired policemen father to fight for their lives during the armed ambush. In the process one rat, Brian Floyd, 20 was killed and another rodent was wounded. Thomas Wortham, IV was savagely murdered during this senseless crime.
In the Ghetto, life is cheap and the thought process of the inhabitants is incredibly defective. The African-American concept of right and wrong is bizarre to say the least. Is there something flawed within their genes? Did God somehow shortchange an entire race denying them compassion, humanity or simple decency?
Floyd died during the commission of the robbery and murder of Wortham. The woman who spawned the now dead predatory murderer spoke out. Floyd’s mother Lucille Floyd is obviously a fan of Richard M. Daley’s gun control that only disarms law-abiding people.
She really thinks it was somehow unfair or wrong for her son to have been killed during the savage and vicious crime he was committing. She thinks that these deaths have little importance and everyone should simply move on. Her complaint is that the armed victims fighting back were too accurate with their guns.
It’s alarming that people like Lucille are having children. It’s frightening that we allow these dangerous creatures to roam our streets. Taxpayers pay for the food, shelter and medical care for these ghetto rats. Where in our Constitution does the duty to do this fall on taxpayers? Our welfare system has turned unwed motherhood into a thriving industry. The more babies they make the more taxpayer funds they receive.
The most telling portion of this woman’s remarks was that Brian Floyd and his fellow crime rats are fatherless.
Wortham’s father was at his side still protecting him in every way he could. Is that why Worthham, also an African-American became a contributing member of society?
Sit back and watch Lucille Floyd reveal Ghetto Think: