While we waited to hear more, as well as find out who did this and why would someone do such an act of mass murder, there's always now the uneasy feeling these days....who is going to use this tragedy for their own political motivations? Blaming a certain group or personality, as well as pushing some particular cause.
Buzzards, I called them once. Because they're not concerned about the victims, or their families. They use these events as a feeding frenzy to promote their causes and attack others, on a day when we should all come together.
It was just a matter of hours yesterday, on Good Morning America, when investigative "reporter" Brian Ross and former Clinton hack "Curious" George Steponallofus said they'd found someone with the name of the shooter who was active in the local Tea Party. But what this "journalist" and Democrat party stooge didn't investigate was that this person was older than the shooter, and had to shut off his phone because of calls he was getting from this false reporting. Why? Is it because, as we've seen in other cases from the census taker, the Austin suicide flier, and the Tuscon shooting, there is a rush to judgement against the Tea Party by an old media that is hostile towards them.
It wasn't just limited to the Tea Party. Liberals on twitter wanted to blame Rush Limbaugh for the shooting, because he'd talked about how Democrats were using a character in the film to attack Mitt Romney.
Since this tragedy involved guns, the gun-grabbing lobby and their liberal sycophants sprung into action. Groups like the Brady Campaign were joined by MorOn.org into calling for more gun control. Probably the most prominent voice was the statist New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
You know, soothing words are nice, but maybe it’s time that the two people who want to be President of the United States stand up and tell us what they are going to do about it, because this is obviously a problem across the country.
And everybody always says, ‘Isn’t it tragic,’ and you know, we look for was the guy, as you said, maybe trying to recreate Batman. I mean, there are so many murders with guns every day, it’s just got to stop. And instead of the two people – President Obama and Governor Romney – talking in broad things about they want to make the world a better place, okay, tell us how.
And this is a real problem. No matter where you stand on the Second Amendment, no matter where you stand on guns, we have a right to hear from both of them concretely, not just in generalities – specifically what are they going to do about guns?
Bloomberg is a callous S.O.B. Forget the families, many of whom had no idea where their loved ones were at the time, as some of the bodies were still in the theatre. It was time for the nanny staters to swoop down and take care of us, and that means take more of our freedom away, because we can't be trusted to do the right thing, whether is what food we eat, the size of soft drink we purchase, or about guns. Well, what does Nanny Bloomberg have to show for it? Higher murder rates. From what I understand, the theatre had a "no weapons" policy. Maybe if a concealed weapon had been allowed, some hero might have been able to save some lives by shooting this bastard, as Katie Pavlich reminds us.
Then there were the liberal entertainers, who just had to remind everyone what a bunch of horses' asses they were. I'm talking to you, Cher, you washed up liberal hag!
She should be thankful she met and married Sonny Bono, because without him, she'd have just been a fifth rate lounge singer in some New Jersey Ramada Inn, married to some bagel boy.
The de-facto leader of the Democrat Party, Bill Maher, also couldn't wait to let us know what rotten people we as Americans are.
Guns, nor American exceptionalism did not cause yesterday's tragedy. It was the act of one individual with some real serious issues that it's unknown if he was getting help for or not. But too often, liberals and big government Republicans too often want to blame society as a whole, and make us give up more of our liberty and security for the actions of a few, so they can make themselves feel better.
Like my good friend Sister Toldjah tweeted last night...
We can only hope, but it seems too often these buzzards have no shame and are only looking for the next situation they can exploit.