Let’s be clear, it was a dumb decision (if he actually went after his gun) and paid for it. Then again, he was not a criminal engaged in a felony or abusing a fellow human being, so anybody trying to bring out when we make “awful” comments about Bad Guys getting sent to Our Maker, can rest before he starts.
So, what was said over at our friends from the
Cult Coalition to Stop Gun Rights Violence?
Long time readers may recognize a particular name: Craig Hexman. Mr. Hexman is a Mental Health specialist that went after Blogger Not A Tango for Child Abuse. What was Tango doing to his kid that deserved the immediate need to bring the authorities and intervene: Trying to figure out how to make his 2 year old boy eat peas. No shit, that was it. That was enough to literally start a campaign to have the State Police teams go rescue the little tot.
There you have it folks… but don’t worry, these people “care.”
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They just can’t stop with the dick comments can they. And the absolute joy some of them express over a death just disgusts me.
This is the face of evil. I cannot believe that a group of people could cry so any tears when a rapist, home invader, or batterer gets killed by someone in self defense and then show so much joy and revelry when a non-violent, law abiding individual (especially children) dies in a tragic accident. Their moral compass is 180 degrees from right.
The mind boggles… Maybe Watt et al will show up in Nashville. If so maybe a few of us can ‘visit’ with her… 🙂
She may show up and hold a rally…..a couple of miles away, probably in Centennial Park. And surrounded by body guards.
If they’re going to celebrate like this when someone who wasn’t even committing any crimes or doing anything morally wrong(stupid, but not morally wrong) gets killed, they have NO moral high ground to complain when we laugh about violent criminals getting what they deserve.
Or, frankly, if anybody in the CSGV got murdered. We won’t do it, but we could laugh about it and still have the moral high ground over them.
They think their behavior is justified because of “the children” since our owning firearms puts the lives of children in danger (see two of their comments). Bull crap, I own firearms so that I can defend myself and my children from the evil that lurks in this world.
They only see the rare downside (due to negligence) and they can never recognize that firearms are a huge net BENEFIT to society. Many innocent lives are protected by weapons. I bet they would change their silly tune if their children were threatened by a crack-head at oh-dark-thirty, and would be praying for a means to protect them until the police arrived.
Do note, about half of them admonish their fellow gun banners to be compassionate, but more than a few of them are real nasty people. I can understand the occasional jackass, but their ranks are full of them.
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Who cares what they think?
This post was atrocious by CSGV, so glad you called attention to it. Whoever does the group’s social media obviously has no memory that the group was originally founded by the United Methodist Board of Church and Society. No evidence of Christian charity there now.
My first thought after thinking it was an atrocious post was that you can’t really control what people comment. But then I remembered I was banned from commenting on the CSGV’s Facebook posts. I wonder how many of these uncivil commenters will be banned. Actually, no I don’t. I know none will.
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