When being hypocritical, try not to be so ironic about it

I came across the thehotness.com and noticed a little irony I’d like to share.

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blog hypocrisy

Why doesn’t it matter to those who support Trayvon Martin that this case was not about race, nor was his shooting related to race at all?  The police, the FBI, Zimmerman’s life, and even Trayvon’s parents confirm this.  Why is this being promulgated (and in such ironic ways no less)?

So thehotness on one hand smears Zimmerman as a raging black-kid-hunting racist and on the other bemoans slandering and spreading lies about someone. Go on, shake your head, you know you want to.


  1. These people are delusional. Their asseverations of widespread racism are simply unfounded at a time when an African-American is President of the United States. And instead of looking at the issue objectively, these self-appointed leaders of the black community prefer to take the easy way out and blame everything on white supremacy, as if it still reigns.

    Blacks are seven times more likely to murder and eight times more likely to commit robbery, according to FBI Crime Statistics which I’ve posted previously. This is not the fault of white people.

  2. paynehollow says:

    I would counsel that you spend some time LISTENING to your black friends, hearing what these parents and churches and families are saying. Spend a day at the Urban League, offering to listen and help. Spend a few weeks visiting a black church in your community. Move in and live there for a while. Listen and learn.

    These are not “delusional” people, they are not evil. They merely want justice for their sons and an end of this sort of oppression. They are tired of our young black brothers and sons of being suspect merely because they are black and “look urban.”

    Ask the folk involved, rather than talking about them as if they were fools.

    From all evidence, Trayvon Martin was doing nothing wrong when this man started following him around for “looking suspicious.” We need to end this and we need to listen to the wisdom of the black community.

    After you have done this for a few months, come back and let’s talk some more.


    ~God punishes the children for the sin of the parents to the third and fourth generation.

    ~Numbers 14

    “George Zimmerman got away with murder, but you can’t get away from God. And at the end of the day, he’s going to have a lot of questions and answers he has to deal with,” Maddy said. “[But] the law couldn’t prove it.”

    ~Zimmerman Juror

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