First it was letters written, ostensibly, by little children begging for gun control and now its mentally disabled (i.e., shot in the head and now has trouble with, though not limited to: walking, speaking, reading and writing) former US Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords.
I, myself, couldn’t care less about Giffords being shot in the head. Please don’t mistake, or misinterpret, that with condoning the act of shooting Giffords in the head. I don’t condone that.
I don’t care nor should I. The US President, US Senators, and US Congressmen/women are not my gods nor are they my heroes and I don’t know any of them personally, I’ve never spoken with them directly and we’ve never shaken hands and certainly never sat down at the dinner table with any of them. I’m under no obligation to feel bereaved or saddened when one of them dies or is murdered or when attempts are made on their lives.
Readers are welcome to their own opinion and so am I. The first amendment affords me with the right to free speech and freedom of expression. I haven’t said anything illegal or immoral on this blog today. If my mother was murdered I don’t believe that US Senators or US Congressmen/women would grieve or roam about in low spirits or take even a second out their day, after reading of such news, to remember my mother. Who is my mother you might ask? It doesn’t matter who she is or was. Maybe she was/is a good women, may she was/is an egregiously abominable women. I believe that some very famous person once wrote something like, if you pay everyone what they deserve, would anyone ever escape a whipping?
Every day in the Congo women are raped by their biological sons. Congolese children are murdered and are forced to commit murder. The breasts/nipples of women are often cut off so that they cannot nurse their young.
I don’t have the time nor the mental deficiency which would be required to grieve for a murder, or an attempted murder, carried out on elected/unelected US Government Officials. Again, please don’t misinterpret that statement with condoning the act of murdering elected/unelected US Government Officials. I don’t condone those acts.
I advocate free speech including melodramas such as letters from little children begging for gun control and gun control speeches given by mentally disabled former Congresswomen which are protected by this revered and sacred right.
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