As I watched a report on the leaks [suspicious leaks indeed] coming out from the Grand Jury in Ferguson over the Michael Brown shooting and subsequent death, I couldn't help but ask myself what it would take to bring this racially diverse society to the point where people of color no longer react and or riot when a person of color is shot by a person of a different race, especially in white cop shootings of black men? It may never happen, at least in my lifetime, or yours [should the Lord come again], but it would be a wonderful day in America when a person of color is shot by a police officer in the line of duty, and the mistrust of the white cops is no longer at the center of an explosive racial event. Sure, I know there is still a ton of rouge, self-motivated cops in our police and sheriff's departments that carry a racial bias, and use their power "under the cover of the badge" to commit a crime against another [beating, shooting, profiling and looking for a reason to harass the person based on their color], BUT .... realistically, do any of you have the same hope I have that the day comes when it is no longer a racially motivated crime against another, and where we look beyond the color of the skin and evaluate the crime and incidents based upon the merits of the incident, or in other words, anything and everything but then the difference in the two parties skin color, race or heritage? So what do you think? *Can America ever become the melting pot of race and heritage where people don't jump to conclusions based on the difference in sin colors and more upon on the merits of the incident in question? *Do you see this as a viable possibility? *And what has to happen in America to get us beyond this ever-present racial divide that awakens when a white cop shoots a black man? *Is it even within the realm of possiblity?