The people of Ferguson now have the opportunity to go to the polls, exercise political power and free themselves of the repression they have been under for years.
This is not a race issue, but a American freedom issue.
I'm a Conservative, but I would never stand in defense of the type of repressive city govt. in Ferguson the Justice Dept report revealed.
It's un American to do so, no matter what your political belief, or your race.
So we on the right always screaming about the Constitution, lose all credibility if we don't oppose govt., such as that in Ferguson, MO., which has its boot on the necks on its citizens, even if they are majority poor & black, and violates the freedom guaranteed in the United States Constitution.
The right of 67% Black American majority in Ferguson to vote is well established, can't be denied, paid for with blood, by both black and white by civil rights activists, in the righteous movement of the 1950-60s.
There's no need to take to the streets again in Ferguson, residents should peacefully go the polls instead, exercise political power and free themselves.
It's the ballot, not the bullet.
If Ferguson residents had not been totally apathetic about voting in previous elections, it's highly likely the rancid and racist culture in the Ferguson govt., and police force detailed in the Justice Dept. report, would not have festered and grown, and the Michael Brown shooting, and all the violence that has followed it, never occurred.