Monday, April 16, 2007

Virginia Tech Massacre

How f-ed up is this story? Today was the deadliest shooting spree in U.S. history. My heart's broken for those families. Everyone's talking about the cause. Is it easy gun laws? Is it the media? The parents? Who gives a s**t what it was!? Right now we should be thinking about all those people in the hospital and the families that'll never be the same after today.

Is this what our country's come down to? Something bad happens and we immediately want to blame somebody. We want someone's head. The shooter killed himself so we can't go after him anymore. So now we want to blame the cops, the administrators and teachers.

I don't know about you, but I see a common thread between our reaction to this story and the Imus controversy. We want someone's head! After anything that goes on in this country someone's got to be blamed and banished.

I'm sure idiots are going to call for an investigation to find out why the cops reacted the way they did. And why the shooter was able to come back and kill in another part of the school while classes were still going on.

I can tell you why; because you're fat ass wasn't there when the bullets were flying! You're sitting there in your comfortable couch watching CNN. And now you want to play Monday-morning quarterback. Just nitpicking every little move that was made. Of course you can see what the best route would've been, NOW THAT IT'S OVER! I wish they could've dropped some of the whiners I've been hearing on the radio off in the middle of the chaos, and just see what they would've done.

Now every group is going to come out of the woodwork to promote their causes. The Christians are going to say it's because the kids didn't have Christ in their lives. The pro-gun people are going to say it's because the students weren't able to protect themselves. The stoners are going to say it's because weed isn't legalized everyone was so stressed. Parasites, all of them.

My heart goes out to everyone affected by this tragedy. And I wish those injured a quick recovery. God speed. story

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