posted on Feb, 14 2013 @ 10:48 PM
Well you can see where the thought processes are going for a lot of American citizens, and this the most disturbing thing in in all of this
As I understand it this man had difficulties in his military career and difficulties in his police career. finally these problems erupted in a fit of
violence against society We forget the innocent woman that was killed. The daughter of a union rep that he thought done him wrong. He killed this
woman to get even with that man. Even in the fantasy of movies this is unacceptable. This man wasn't fighting for a higher cause. This man had lost
touch with his humanity, and replaced it with some twisted sense of justice. And it is here that we get back to my original statement, the most
disturbing thing in all of this. The fact that a goodly number of people identify with that twisted sense of justice does not bode well for this
country. Too many amongst us feel that violence in general and violence against innocents is a justifiable response to the society's need to place
restrictions on the individual. This increasingly popular notion of personal liberty at all costs, while founded in the mythology of American
exceptionalism, appears to be becoming a real plague on this great country. And my response, to anyone who feels it valorous or heroic to slaughter
innocents, is that it is entirely appropriate to be burned to death in your hold out like the vermin that you are.
Now let me tell you what I really think. The history of America, our country, is coming home to roost, This country was founded on conquest, and built
by enforced servitude, slavery. and finally incorporated or gained sovereignty and independence with a proclamation of liberty and freedom the likes
of which the world had not seen. The only flaw was the hypocrisy considering it's continued acceptance of chattel slavery, And if this wasn't enough
we have the rapacious brutal exploitation of societies and countries in our expansion of capitalistic empire. And finally our endless wars with
unconscionable deaths of innocents. As ye sow shall ye reap. Not to get to religious on you.
I personally think it is way too late to stem this tide we find ourselves on. Reason has left the building.
edit on 15-2-2013 by okyouwin
because: (no reason given)