Oh please don’t unfriend me, Ms. Apologist for Terrorists

I wonder if that’s her indian name? Apologizes for Terrorists – has a ring to it, no? Like a bell made of lead.

apologist

No word of compassion for all those innocent people he tried to murder.

Y’know, back when my daughter was that age I felt kind of bad for not pushing her to go to college, mostly because I couldn’t afford it. Now I think of actually doing so as a form of child abuse.

h/t to Claire.

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5 Responses to Oh please don’t unfriend me, Ms. Apologist for Terrorists

  1. Claire says:

    Amen. When I first saw that I was appalled, though not at all surprised, that the bitch sympathized with the wannabe murderer and gave not even a passing thought to his suffering victims, their families, and the terrorized students on the OSU campus. (I like what Bear had to say about that at my blog.)

    But it’s the threat to unfriend that’s the maraschino cherry atop the shit cake. Like wow, that is just SO fierce, such a courageous stand, and so terrifying a prospect. I tremble in my little footie pajamas at the threat.

  2. Bear says:

    “But it’s the threat to unfriend that’s the maraschino cherry atop the shit cake. Like wow, that is just SO fierce, such a courageous stand, and so terrifying a prospect.”

    For her, it is. FB “friends” are probably the closest thing she can get to the real thing.

  3. Robert says:

    I’m wondering what, if any, thought process leads her to think “DO NOT SHARE THIS POST” has any meaning.
    And a resounding “Yeah!” to Claire’s and Bear’s comments.
    “my little footie pajamas” is delightfully snarky.

  4. John says:

    “Y’know, back when my daughter was that age I felt kind of bad for not pushing her to go to college, mostly because I couldn’t afford it. Now I think of actually doing so as a form of child abuse.”

    Seems some parts of University are now purposely training young adults to be Eloi. I think parents (if they love there children) should think seriously about any idea of their children taking this path. Parents ready to feed their kids to the Morlocks, can go for it.

    For me “little footie pajamas” invokes images of little sisters on holiday mornings…
    :-)

  5. John says:

    ps
    Kudos to the 28 year old citizen who stopped the attack. I don’t much care costume or query or if he likes brussels sprouts…

To the stake with the heretic!