Greta wrote: ↑
Wed Apr 04, 2018 6:27 am
Walker wrote: ↑
Wed Apr 04, 2018 6:06 am
His sincerity doesn't confer understanding or authority on a social issue.
When I was young, going around in circles was fun. Not so much now ... from a few posts ago:
How many complaints about qualifications of people do you hear when they lobby to raise awareness of diseases and or policy failures after the trauma of losing loved ones? Numerous people respond to personal tragedy with awareness raising efforts.
Well, it’s true.
The kid is sincere, traumatized, confused, he has a bullying attitude, a filthy mouth, and he’s disrespectful.
Why should he have the say of the way of things?
As another Parkland kid points out, but not with the same media spotlight, the cause of the shooting was an inept sheriff’s department.
See something say something didn’t work.
Plenty of folks saw a disturbed kid and said something.
Officially dealing with prior problems caused by the mentally disturbed and bullied shooter would have had the effect of generating crime statistics that tarnish the ruling party’s expectations.
So … no police charges, no statistics, no crime, ethnic quotas met, school funding flows. 1984.
The shooter ends up with no police record, he's legal to buy.
Thanks again to the Progs.