I know that their ethnic sounds are code for Radical Muslim Terrorists, or whatever the hell else the Republican candidates are worried about, but to the lonely white-boy-with-a-hoodie and a grudge and a gun, the notoriety must feel pretty sexy.I wish there wasn't the presumption that He was in charge and that She was merely his wife.
The talking heads are repeating his name and his wife instead of calling them The Shooters and leaving it at that. By separating them into individuals, it's hard not to conjure up a little bit of sexism in the assumption that it was all his idea. Women can be evil-doers, too.Yes, I agree, this is a strange thought to be having.
But the fact of the matter is that there is nothing new to say. I can only follow my mind as it wanders on the edge of the abyss.Did you know about Prayer Shaming?
The New York Daily News splashed it loud and clear on the front page, and is standing behind it despite the backlash.Apparently, the Republicans and the Anti-My-Not-Getting-Shot-Again people are furious that the power of prayer is being disparaged, while missing the point, entirely
The Daily News and I agree that it should be possible both to pray and to pass laws preserving my right not to be perforated. The newspaper wasn't saying Don't Pray; they were demanding that the cowards DO MORE.
Isn't it possible for the Republican candidates to worry about Radical Muslim Terrorists invading our shores while at the same time attempting to make it more difficult for them to stockpile guns and ammunition once they are here?As I warned you, I had nothing new to say.