Okla. Gov: Obama should speak out about Lane as much he did Martin

Janeen Capizola
BizPac Review

Oklahoma’s Republican Gov. Mary Fallin said Sunday that it would be a “nice gesture” for President Obama to extend his condolences on behalf of the U.S. over Chris Lane’s brutal murder.

Appearing on “Fox News Sunday,” Fallon told Chris Wallace, that Obama should speak out about Lane considering how much talking he did about Trayvon Martin.

“I think it would be a nice gesture for [Obama] to do that, especially since the country of Australia has expressed their sentiments as to the murder itself. I think it would be a nice gesture and I certainly — that’s what I’m going to do,” Fallon said, according to Politico…


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Also at the site, Colin Powell: Trayvon verdict ‘questionable,’ but not O.J. Simpson


Throwing gasoline on the fire.


Update:  MSNBC Hose: Bringing Attention to Murders of Chris Lane, Delbert Belton is the Right’s ‘Vile New Tactic’






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