Monday, November 30, 2015

Remember how people were warned to stop bashing pro-life organizations after that secular atheist shot up the Family Research Center?

Or how secular humanists and atheists and supporters of gay marriage were asked to apologize for the guy who murdered the guard at the Family Research Council for political reasons?

He didn't mumble something  he was totally upfront about the fact that he was incited to murder by hateful rhetoric that people who opposed gay marriage were "haters."

Me neither.

//Corkins later made statements to the FBI in which he said that he was a political activist and considered the Family Research Council to be a lobbying group. He also stated that he intended to kill as many people as possible and smother the Chick-fil-A sandwiches into their faces. Among other things, he said, “Chick-fil-A came out against gay marriage, so I was going to use that as a statement.”

Corkins also revealed the steps he took in planning the attack, saying that he had been thinking about perpetrating similar violence for years but never carried out an attack. Had he not been stopped at the Family Research Council, he stated, he planned to go to the second organization on the list he was carrying and wage a similar shooting there.//

So, do we publicize these people?

That is, after all, what they want.

Or do we choose to reallize that they are not representative of anyone other than their own tortured, attention-seeking souls?

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