posted on Dec, 3 2015 @ 05:07 PM
a reply to: ketsuko
Remember how we were all asked not to jump to conclusions or politicize or anything?
Yes, I remember.
Remind me: what exactly
was it that we were asked "not to jump to conclusions or politicize or anything"
Oh, yeah. It was the identification and motives of a particular offender or group of offenders.
while the investigation of a specific event is
And how long exactly
were we to withhold judgment on those motives?
Oh yeah, that's right. Until those offenders and their motivations were identified. See, cause once the offenders and their motivations are
identified, then we don't need to 'jump to conclusions' about them anymore.
Now what exactly are you complaining about - that people are getting sick and bloody tired of doing nothing while the conditions that enable these
mass murder events are not only allowed to fester, but are actively encouraged by the manufacturers of the weapons of mass destruction that are being
People are sick and bloody tired of legislators whispering 'thoughts and prayers' while lining their pockets with money from gun manufacturers. They
are liars and hypocrites. They are NOT thinking of those victims and they are NOT praying for them - all they think about is how they can sound
'respectful' and not offend their NRA paymasters.
It is not jumping to conclusions or politicizing anything to demand that positive action be taken to reverse this horrible expectation that "of course
there is more than one mass murder per day - this is America after all".
Legislators are elected to accomplish 'stuff' in this world
- they need to start doing something positive in this
world. Prayer is great
and powerful, but it is not what elected representatives are elected to do.
By all means, pray all you want, but then DO SOMETHING POSITIVE.