Saturday, April 21, 2007

Who's The Victim?

If you're a democrat the VT shooter deserves as much sympathy as do the 32 victims. I won't post much of what is said because it's truly too disgusting. Remember this is from the most popular democrat website on the internet.

I wish none of this happened. I wish Cho were still alive today along with the other 32. They were all humans, and the loss of their life is equally saddening.

That is just a sample, you can read the rest of these democrats showing more sympathy for the shooter than for the victims here.

Take special note of the picture at the top of the page, how disgusting is it that the democrat who posted that cropped a picture of the killer with a picture of the tribute to the real victims?

Hat tip: Little green footballs


Anonymous Linda said...

Kos has ideas much different from the rest of us. I pray for peace and comfort for the families of the deceased students. This has really saddened America.

April 21, 2007 10:33 AM  
Blogger hashfanatic said...

i read kos, and i am in essential disagreement with the writer of that diary

i am sure i am not alone

April 21, 2007 5:39 PM  
Anonymous jane said...

What a shame that this tragedy ever happened. Too bad Kos and his buddies do not understand the facts but then they are all democrats.

April 21, 2007 7:04 PM  
Anonymous blake said...

One of the worst, if not the worst event to ever happen on a college campus and people still don't know who was the "victim." Rather than opine as to who was victimized, it would behoove us all to seek a solution to prevent this from ever happening again on any campus. If only one other person who was shot had owned a gun, with a permit, the shooter may have been stopped long before he took so many lives. We need to take a long hard look at the Second Amendment to assure that the right to bear arms is enforced. As I said, if one of the students in the line of fire ehad had a gun he may have saved some of the lives that were lost.

April 22, 2007 7:54 PM  
Anonymous Arnold said...

I find it difficult to feel sympathy for the murderer. He snuffed out the life of many people. From what I can understand from all the reports this guy was not just mentally ill he was mean as hell.

April 23, 2007 12:05 PM  
Anonymous David said...

I also read Kos and have to say he continues to be off the wall in all his ideas. If he has taken the time to think before he speaks, then he really is dangerous.

April 25, 2007 6:54 PM  
Anonymous ray said...

It would take a mean, cruel person to go on a killing spree. I personally don't have sympathy for him.

May 07, 2007 9:40 PM  

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