posted on Apr, 8 2013 @ 02:32 PM
I see "both sides of the coin" here, even though I'm an American. On one hand, it seems in poor taste to revile a dead person. On the other hand,
from what I have gathered from ATS, she caused a great deal of damage with her policies and probably didn't have to suffer for any of it. Where is
justice in this scenario??
I'm reminded of my old man, always saying that he was going to piss on Richard Nixon's grave when old tricky Dick died. When Nixon actually died,
my father was in a neuro ward due to a traumatic brain injury from a car accident. He had a catheter bag, and I seriously thought about taking its
contents to Yorba Linda, CA to honor his wish.
But then I realized, old Nixon's cold in the ground, and my father soon followed. Death is the great equalizer, is it not? I figured, if dad was
still angry at Nixon after death, he could flip him the bird as he passed overhead.
As far as being ashamed of members of ATS, perhaps you need to step back and realize that this intense anger has to come from somewhere. Anybody
who's family was destroyed by this woman's politics, and never got justice for it, perhaps has a right to be angry. Some people are open in their
expression of hatred, while others keep a lid on it. Sometimes a little understanding goes a long way.