When you ‘leave it up to the government to make good decisions for Americans’ … [Darleen Click]
… it’s no surprise that Americans refuse to help each other
DETROIT (WJBK) — “Lord have mercy, all I knew was I was on the ground,” said Aaron Brantley.
It was around 10:30 Wednesday morning. Brantley stopped at the BP on West McNichols at Fairfield after Bible study. He was just finishing pumping gas into his new Chrysler 200 when a guy snuck up from behind, hit him and stole his car.
“I had my keys in my hand and I [pressed] the button to open the door and I opened the door to get in and that was it. He grabbed my keys and jumped in the car after he had hit me … and took off.”
The unspeakable ordeal didn’t end there. It was broad daylight, others were around, yet no one stopped to help the injured 86-year-old man, who crawled his way across the parking lot and into the store.
“I’m crawling and trying to get in the filing station. [People] just walking right by me and going on in the filling station there … If I saw somebody crawling like that on the ground, I would have stopped myself.”
The bigger the government, the smaller the people.