Black People : White kids will no longer be a majority in just a few years


Jul 2, 2003
White kids will no longer be a majority in just a few years

by Annalyn Kurtz @AnnalynKurtz May 15, 2013: 4:05 PM ET
Well A Few Years From 2013 is about NOW!

Or could be some of this that is of all concern.
The fact is when the slaves were brought here.
It didn't matter we were less than the majority.
How does having more numbers give one comfort?

Well in a Gang Fight.

You need more than. What they have on their side.
So Don't start Nothing.. as Pookie say:
There will be Nothing !


Could be a combination of the media stirring up all this HATRED tension?
Squash the mess.

Don't follow the Red Hats.
They have the Fox chasing them.

No coverage at all during the new age ( of we had Enough ) what would

YOUR ( media ) UNFAIR.. YOU GUYS .. don't LIKE US!

Well you Don't LIKE US.. ( THE MEDIA ) ... BOTH DUMB CHILDREN ... should play nice ..
:spank: Messing up my piece of Peace UP ! :hammer:

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