Republicans are out in the suburbs and in small towns. You can hear a pin drop in those places.
I seriously doubt Republicans care.
No one seems to care other than 24 hour cable news and a few urban areas of the country.
That's not going to hurt Republicans.
Everyone wants to call this a "revolution." How is this a "revolution?" Nothing is going to change. Prosecutors are simply not going to prosecute cops because they rely on cops to win their other cases. And nobody is demanding any alternatives.
They will be energized to turn out and vote.
Many Democrats will be turned off, and will stay away from the polls.
It goes without saying what Independents will do.
I wouldn't ever brush my teeth, because "I should be out
canvassing for Democrats or doing voter registration in
HINT: every decision in life should be made "on it's own merits", rather
that if it "helps or hurts Democrats re-election chances.
but it will likely be hyped by M$M obsessively seeking higher ratings.
which ls one main reason we even know WTF happened during the 60s.
and the world goes on.
My Christmas wish: No child will be shot or killed or tortured or ignored or hurt or homeless or orphaned or hungry in 2015.
And the cops behaved fine. There were some incidents, but nothing close to hostility overall. Fox is making stuff up.
The populace will sit and watch protests on their tv (if The Signal deigns to cover them) and they'll grumble to their wife or kids and then they'll change the channel. The revolution will not happen, may never happen, because tv feeds the plebs the mind-numbing pablum that keeps them asleep, dreaming of being a contestant on a game show.
When I see voting patterns change, when I see politicians picking up this topic and running for office on it, then I'll know a significant portion of the country cares.
Until then, it's only on the news because it creates ratings. When the public bores of the topic, the media will stop covering it and then it'll all die away.