No I agree.
I was just throwing it out there that this guy might have some awful feeling and beliefs that getting pushed in front of a train by a crazy fat bitch was somewhat poetic justice. I understand plenty of people will disagree with that because its just as likely he was a nice solid person and all.
Generally speaking the people I am most likely to interact with for more than a second (since if me and a stranger interact there is gonna be some reason be it them sitting in the sports book by me or riding a chair lift) are going to be solid people and therefore I have no reason to ever judge actual people in person based on their color or race or religion I couldn't give a fuck less if someone isn't white I have relatives who are non caucasian. So I don't judge people based on race and therefor am not racist. But when generalizing be it about life, politics, current events, etc and talking about GROUPS of people a little bit of racism is 100% inevitable should you say or feel anything negative/constructive because that is the world we live in and everyone and everything is racist.
If you dare say something negative about non white people in discussions its like being in the KKK.
I am not a republican I voted for Obama but white republican voting Americans are the only people you are allowed to criticize or dislike this day in age without being racist and a horrible individual. Its OK to hate them. But you can't hate liberals or minorities or else you are pure evil. FACT.
End of rant RIP to the guy who died (assuming he wasn't a terrorist sympathizer.)