One should feel no sympathy for Jessie Jackson Jr. Some say his crime didn’t hurt anyone; the money was given to him by his supporters.
My answer to that: but he broke the law.
People are living in this country who have been here since they were children, but if caught, they can be deported they never went through the proper channels to be here- it’s the law.
A state can issue a warrant for the arrest of someone because they don’t have car insurance. The state doesn’t care about driver safety. They are in bed with the insurance companies, it’s all about money. However it’s the law.
Police officers can run your tag while they sit behind you in traffic. Even though your tag is valid, and all your rear lights are working, he can sit there while you both wait for the light to change and run your tag. Why? Because it’s the law
Jessie Jackson, Jr. Had all the makings of a great political representative. Instead, he chose to be remembered as “the typical negro politician stereotype” He had the best education, had access to some of the best political minds in the country; he had countless examples of what has happened to those who played this game before him. But most importantly, he had a father, who despite all his faults, stumbles and missteps, never found himself facing prison time. So—there is no moral to this tale. It is simply another tale of greed, excess, and contempt.
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