[A]ll thinking people are very relieved that George Zimmerman was found not guilty by the intelligent, justice-driven women of the jury, in spite of the façade presented by the prosecution and forced by the threat of racism by everyone from President Obama, to Eric Holder, the New Black Panther gangstas, NAACP, excuse makers of every stripe and even the governor of Florida, but still this innocent man who simply defended his life from a violent, life-threatening, bloodying, head-and-face slamming attack by an enraged black man-child has so wrongly paid an inexplicable price financially and emotionally. […]That would be Ted Nugent. Nugent is usually obsessive on the subject of violent self-defense; if Nugent found himself being followed down the street an unknown, aggrieved-looking person of a difference race he would be among the first to decide that that unknown person needed to be shot. But the self-defense only works one way. The "enraged black man-child" has no right to self defense. The NRA and Ted Nugent aren't leaping up to demand that people like Trayvon Martin carry guns to protect themselves from people who think that a "Skittles hoodie boy" is suspicious for the act of walking down their street.
But George Zimmerman and his entire family, innocent of any wrongdoing, have lost everything and will be in debt for a long, long time for having to fight the trumped-up charges that he "profiled" and/or set out to murder the poor, helpless, dope-smoking, dope-peddling, gangsta wannabe, Skittles hoodie boy.
The next Trayvon Martin is going to be shot as well. It's not considered a bug in the system. It's the intended result. Following a "black man-child" down the street and shooting them if they don't like that is exactly the sort of "freedom" that Nugent-ized gun laws are intended to protect.