April 29, 2004

Moonbat™ Collegian.

I was cruising through the lucious bounty of links at Lucianne.com when I found one that just sickened me.

At the Daily Collegian, an online news site from UMass, graduate student Rene Gonzales takes the position that "Pat Tillman is not a hero: He got what was coming to him." Go ahead. Take some time and go read that. Keep your wastebasket handy. Medication is also recommended. I'll wait.

You done? Okay. Now contrary to popular belief, I was brought up by my parents to be a lady. Sure, sometimes I lapse and succumb to my baser instincts, instincts like cursing, vengeful thinking, inciting unrest, and simple acts of incivility. But even at my worst, I could not muster the amount of well harnessed rage necessary to respond to this man's published opinion.

There are, however, others who can respond in the manner this piece so richly deserves. A great many of them are in the comment thread at the bottom of the Daily Collegian's page. Another is at Beaker's Corner. Yet another, calmer one is at Another Moron with an Opinion.

In how many places in the world would any citizen be allowed to voice such an opinion in a public forum? In how many others would a foreign student be allowed the same right? And of this plethora of places, how many of the places even exist if not as the result, either directly or indirectly, of the intercession of the American Fighting Forces?

I'd cast shame upon the person who expresses this vile lack of compassion and respect, except I believe that shame is quite likely a foreign concept.

Posted by Mamamontezz at April 29, 2004 12:21 AM

Can't/won't go over there after seeing the first 'Tillman got what he deserved'.
I'm sick of the people who are so insecure or self-loathing that they want others to suffer or hate as well.
I don't understand it and wish never to see it again, but more and more it flourishes...

I need another cup of coffee, obviously! ;)

Posted by: pam at April 29, 2004 07:32 AM

People like that really don't deserve comment but.

They need a dose of reallity, a close up - in your face - look at death. One where you can feel the corpse, smell the odor of death, taste it even, that which was your best buddy moments ago, his warm blood splattered all over you, or that buddy who was captured and chopped to bits by your foe. Rub them in it, make them handle the dead especially if it is one of their own. None of that sanitised bullshit you get on TV, Don't forget those bastions of the left (Campus's) are terrorist targets too.

Honor Pat Tillman.

You left wing bastards will never measure up his standards.

Posted by: Jack at April 29, 2004 09:09 PM

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