Loc: Alexandria, VA
Originally Posted By: Nana
So was the JFK Library bombed or what?
We'll know when we know. If we've learned anything over the past decade or so, it's that first reports of anything are largely unreliable. A few more days may bring a clearer picture. In the meantime, I would take reports (news or otherwise) with a huge amount of skepticism ...
Not trying to point fingers but the observations just added up. I could't think of a single case where the culprits were left wing or progressive. IF there are some , someone please enlighten me. I just couldn't think of any. Columbine, Aurora, Newton, Waco, Ruby Ridge, Gifford's AZ shooting, Va Tech, McVey, ...
There was a nut that left a bomb in Portland, OR at a MLK Day celebration earlier this year, but luckily a city worker discovered it and it was disarmed. Probably from some white supremacist ! I'm just making observations... seems they all come from extreme conservative views. Then you have GOP candidates like Sharon Angle that talk about exercising their 2nd Amendment rights if elections don't turn out like they want. And another GOP nut Ted Nugent talking about if BO gets elected he'll either be dead or in jail afterwards. WTF is with these people !!??
The news outlets are just trying to get something out there . From what I've seen, they all have brought in their analysts. To me it seems some do have some experience in these matters. As one anchor said, back in 2000 we didn't know much about these things, now sadly, we have gone though it enough times to have experts all over the U.S.
We will get through it again. As an open society, we are ripe for these occurrences . I don't see any way to completely be devoid of such. At least , I don't want to be in that type of country. Others may want to, though.
If we don't count our blessings We are just wasting our time
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