Indeed, a community that for the most part is studious, hardworking, entrepreneurial, taxpaying, and a net "plus" to the Treasury was the victim of violence and thuggery during the Rodney King riots. (Surely, white cops beating up a black man warranted the beating of Koreans and vandalizing of their property right?)http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-riot-koreans-2012050..."Koreans suffered outsized losses: More than 2,000 Korean-run businesses were damaged or destroyed, with an estimated $400 million in losses""Most were immigrants with little money or education. "They looked at America like heaven," Cho said."***LIE!!!! If you aren't from a top 1% family you can't have money to start a business!! Romney is out of touch!!!*****Anyhow...I'm sure the community is doing just fine again. No, they aren't causing prison populations to swell, they aren't taking a disproportionate percentage of social services, thus causing budget busts. They're probably paying more in taxes than they take in services. But of course, they aren't from an over-priced college that bestowed upon them the "legend-in-their-own-mind" status, and they didn't take to coming to TMF to whine about their qualifications not getting adequate pay raises. Here's to Caliphornia's Korean Community. And here's to the many, many non-haughty in America of all shapes and sizes and colors, who have succeeded far beyond the Campus Snobs, and here's to the many innocent victims of THUGGERY who have put their lives back together.(See? I can discuss positives about Caliphornia also)Jedi
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