Saturday, October 01, 2005

Chief Defends Bill Bennett

Broken Springs Police Chief Jim Kingston has gone on the record as the first person to publicly defend former Education Secretary Bill Bennett after he made the following comment on his radio show:

"If you wanted to reduce crime, you could abort every black baby in this country and your crime rate would go down.”

The former drug czar and champion of morality defended his remarks by calling what he said a ‘hypothetical proposition’ that he does not advocate, much like Hitler never advocated gassing all the Jews.

Our own Chief Kingston has gone on the record in his defense of Bennett, calling him, “A good man who only believes in abortion if the paternity tests come out positive.”

“He does not condone the abortion of black babies,” Kingston told NFBS. “If anything, he thinks that too many black children are aborted, but that’s probably a blessing in disguise since the aborted babies can’t go on welfare.”

Several congressmen and women have called on Bennett to apologize for his insensitive remarks, but not Jim Kingston.

“I’ve sat side by side with Bill, usually at the nickel slots, and he’s not racist in the slightest. He even usually tips the waitresses of color just as much as he tips normal waitresses, even if they’re usually slower because they’re lazy. It doesn’t bother Bill. In fact, he often laughs about it,” said the Chief.

“Calling Bill racist is like calling me an incompetent thug with nepotistic tendencies,” remarked Kingston.

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