||[Apr. 18th, 2007|11:08 am]
So, alright, 33 people were killed violently by a guy who had issues at virginia tech. I'm pretty sure the military is going, "danm, another one got away." This is the first shooting in a while that was done by someone not trained by the military, especailly on a college campus. The reason I find this annoying is that everyone is all up in arms about it yet we are still in Iraq killing at least 100 people per day if not violently slaughtering them. Yet, this instince of one guys rampage is of news because it happened on our soil with little controll, how the hell do you think the common person in Iraq feels when their brothers, fathers, mothers, daughters, and counsins have all been fired upon by US soldiers? Do you really think they view it any differently then the instance at Virginia Tech? People are in shock and I don't quite understand why. Yeah it was horrible etc etc etc, my sympathy goes out to those who had to deal with it personally. But the fact still remains that people live in this kind of terror every day because of our involvement in Iraq. |
Oh yeah, I applaud you VIACOM, you make sure that only issues in America are heard, thank you for supporting Isolationism.