Which lives matter? Below are two statues on the University of Texas at Austin campus: Of Jefferson Davis and Martin Luther King, Jr.
Jefferson Davis was the President of the Confederate States of America. Martin Luther King, Jr., was a United States civil rights leader.
Neither have much to do with Texas... Oh, wait. Texas was once part of the Confederacy.
It's apparently OK to deface one of these statues. What if, on the other hand, someone had spray-painted the MLK statue?
When I saw the "Black Lives Matter" graffiti, I immediately wished someone had spray-painted an accompanying addendum: "If black lives matter so much, why do your own young black men keep shooting each other? Let's see the stats last year of black men killed by black men versus black men killed by 'Evil White Folk.'"