Adam Lanza, NRA Poster Boy

I really wonder, when I see things like this, if the union is even worth preserving anymore.

If we were to separate, and there was some kind of requirement that the people who would do something like this to the families of the grieving had to relocate to some other place, then I don’t think that a dissolution of the union would necessarily be a bad idea. I’d live a pretty happy life never having to run into scum in humanform like these louts anymore. I’ll bet a lot of us wish that there was some place we could send these rotten hulls.

Seriously… if you are one of the walking wastes that support this kind of behavior, do us all a favor, and go suck on a tailpipe. I actually don’t think I’ve ever seen a better argument for strict gun regulation than this.

 

Sick conspiracy theorists who say the Sandy Hook school massacre never took place are harassing one of that dark day’s heroes.

Gene Rosen, the retired Newtown, Conn. psychologist who comforted six scared first-graders following the shooting, has been flooded with hateful emails and ridiculed on online bulletin boards over the last month.

“The quantity of the material is overwhelming,” he told Salon.com.

The messages have been vicious, and have come from people who apparently don’t believe that Adam Lanza killed 20 young children and six adults at the elementary school before taking his own life.“How are all those little students doing? You know, the ones that showed up at your house after the ‘shooting,’” one email read. “What is the going rate for getting involved in a gov’t sponsored hoax anyway?”

On the day of last month’s shooting, Rosen found two boys and four girls on his driveway 15 minutes after hearing what sounded like gunfire. “We can’t go back to school,” one boy told Rosen. “Our teacher is dead. Mrs. Soto; we don’t have a teacher.” Victoria Soto, 27, was one of the victims of the massacre.

Rosen comforted the shaken students until their parents arrived, offering them juice and stuffed animals.

His good deed became public knowledge and even landed him on the “Today” show.

Rosen was hailed as a hero, but he soon became a target as well. He started getting the nasty emails, and a white supremacist message board called him that “emotional Jewish guy,” according to Salon.com.

He says he and his wife are scared.

“I don’t know what to do,” Rosen told Salon.com. “I’m getting hang-up calls, I’m getting some calls, I’m getting emails with, not direct threats, but accusations that I’m lying, that I’m a crisis actor, ‘how much am I being paid?’”

 

As you know, I am not in favor of the death penalty. But I sure as hell wouldn’t care if some of these hateful, frightened mutated misfits were to decide to help cleanup society by grabbing one of their high-powered rifles, placing it snugly against their jowls, and giving that trigger a good squeeze. I can’t see any potential harm in that act, and a whole lot of benefit.

To say that I am sick of these cowardly scum doesn’t even touch the surface of my deep loathing and contempt for them. These folks, ladies and gentlemen, are the core membership NRA-you can take that to the bank. Quite frankly, I strongly suspect the NRA of being behind this vile campaign. It would fit right in to what they’ve been doing for the last 2 decades or so. Terrorists are always trying to scare people, you know.

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