Monday, November 6, 2017

Carnage

We offer our prayers for those people killed and wounded at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas by yet another maniac (in this case, a man who had been dishonorably discharged from the Air Force).

10 comments:

Bucky Barkingham said...

Speaker Paul Ryan tweeted out his prayers to the folks in Texas. His tweet was answered by a Harveywood celeb saying "What good will your prayers do them you sorry sack of s***". Typical compassionate LibDem.

RebeccaH said...

I want all the gun-grabbers to realize and acknowledge that a man with a gun stopped this crazy loser before he could kill everybody in that church.

Deborah said...

Will Wheaton (Wesley Crusher on Star Trek The Next Generation, and recurring role on The Big Bang Theory) added, "If prayer really worked....". If only he had the humility and understanding of Wesley to realize he doesn't know everything.

Deborah said...

Indeed, Paco. I know we all extend our prayers to those affected by this mass murder.

The evil creature was given a Bad Conduct Discharge, not a Dishonorable Discharge. He spent twelve months in prison for the assault on his wife and two year old. He fractured the child's skull. It's unimaginable. By-the-way, notice that there is no mention of them in the news.

bruce said...

A domestic may have been the trigger, but saying 'this had nothing to do with religion' is like saying a war was because of the leader's private life, when a whole network of hatred and fear had to be in place. All those celebrities are partly to blame as long as the Christian-bashing goes on. The fact that the guy had immersed himself in 'atheism' shows he was influenced by the elite contempt for ordinary people, spread by the media and academics.

Deborah said...

Paco, to paraphrase the old saying, "Put a fork in it... Virginia is done."

Relocation can't come soon enough, can it?

JC said...

The murderer committed suicide= the only thing that stops a bad man with a gun is a bad man with a gun.
Sorry, about subverting your sacred cliche, but it had to be done.

JC said...

So, the fact that he was a military veteran/bible school counselor/ gun fetishist (all verifiable and documented) had nothing to do with it?
My, how...selective...of you!

HAL9000 said...

He was also mentally ill, but the Air Force (which had him in a mental hospital for some time) did not bother to put his name on the register of people prohibited from buying firearms because of his ment record and his domestic crime of assaulting his wife and stepchild. See how we can always rely on the government to keep us safe!

HAL9000 said...

Paco,
Your system is again asking me if I am a robot and requiring me to identify storefronts and apartment buildings before it will post my comments. I think that, as a member in good standing of the International Neocon Conspiracy, I should not have to do so. What next, the TSA?