Send Lawyers, Guns & Money

Some of my friends are shocked that some of their friends are supporting this little shit shooter. It was like that at Kent State as well. Burning cities are the kind of thing that got Nixon reelected with 49 states in 1972.

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6 Responses to Send Lawyers, Guns & Money

  1. RL Crabb says:

    “So if we won’t do what must be done legitimately, illegitimate means of doing so will emerge.” Keep your powder dry, folks… https://www.theblaze.com/news/commentary-death-of-constitution

  2. Chris Peterson says:

    It took a whole generation of family, friends, and surrounding culture to create this ignorant punk out of what was supposedly an intelligent, engaged young man.

    To every person along the way who added their own personal poison to his “hate for the right reason” mindset…up yours’.

  3. Chris Peterson says:

    Our society looks more like The Oxbow Incident movie every day, (one of the first movies to have an impact on me and, in my opinion, the best western of all time), good people backing bad behavior by way of a hijacked narrative .

    In this conflict, of which there are two definitive opposing sides, it is the anarchists that I despise most, because they have given the moral high ground to those with the least morality. For every rioter who takes the streets nightly, there are thousands of intelligent, concerned, and moral citizens peacefully protesting not the police, but police brutality. But the actions of these late night destructive rioters pushes public opinion onto the side of the small minority who are the least moral among us; the racist thugs. Suddenly, the majority find themselves alongside those they would never normally support, but do so out of repulsion to the acts of destruction.

    So, damn the bigots, but double damn the anarchists who inadvertently support them and make possible the ignorant actions of otherwise good people, like the kid who murdered two people in Kenosha.

  4. Michael Anderson says:

    Are we having fun yet?

    No, Biden is not a Marxist. He’s from Delaware.
    And no, Trump is not a fascist. He’s too lazy.

    National politics and who’s president is most important in their effect on our local communities’ ability to thrive. Can we all agree that polarization is preventing our communities from thriving?

    There will be no “Great Divide,” only Greater Mixing. Maybe we should really focus on how to depolarize our tribal groups instead of how to head back to the savanna–
    https://www.newyorker.com/books/under-review/ezra-kleins-why-were-polarized-and-the-drawbacks-of-explainer-journalism

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