Thoughts And Prayers To The Loved Ones Of The Slain In Oregon

Another lunatic has mindlessly destroyed innocent lives at a community college in Oregon.  At this moment, I’ve nothing to offer, other than my thoughts and prayers of peace for the loved ones of the slain. 

I would hope all of us would take a moment to at least let them count the dead before trying to use this tragic event for political advocacy.  It’s beyond ghoulish.  

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18 Responses to Thoughts And Prayers To The Loved Ones Of The Slain In Oregon

  1. Latitude says:

    you should know who would be the first to open hiw big mouth…

    “”Obama said at the news conference. “It cannot be this easy for somebody who wants to inflict harm on other people to get his or her hands on a gun.”

  2. I. Lou Minotti says:

    “But wasn’t he such a ‘nice’ young man?” (his senile grandmom that was forced to raise him). I’m so shocked:

    “Being nice is fine. Serial killers can be nice to people. In fact, they generally are very nice, except when they’re murdering. But that means they’re nice to, like, 97 or 98 percent of everyone they meet. I guess that means they’re following Christ almost all of the time, right? We hear this in interviews with classmates and neighbors after a mass killer goes on a killing spree. They stand there, looking shell shocked, speaking in quivering voices about how the monster was such a ‘nice’ guy. He’d wave to you and say good morning. He stayed out of your way. He was friendly. Friendliness is next to Godliness, isn’t that how the old saying goes? Notice, they never say he was wise, loving, just, righteous, moral, or courageous–they just say he was ‘nice.’ Apparently, it would seem, you can be nice and evil at the exact same time.”

    ~Matt Walsh, September 4, 2013

  3. gator69 says:

    A gunman singled out Christians for slaughter during a rampage at an Oregon college Thursday, leaving at least nine innocent people dead and several more wounded, survivors and authorities said.

    “The shooter was lining people up and asking if they were Christian,” tweeted “@bodhilooney,” who said her grandmother was inside the Umpqua Community College classroom that was the scene of the carnage.

    “If they said yes, then they were shot in the head. If they said no, or didn’t answer, they were shot in the legs.”

  4. philjourdan says:

    The culture of hate created and nurtured by this administration is primarily responsible. This cretin did not kill himself but went down trying to kill more – what? Christians. it is open season on Christians due to the culture of hate nurtured and fostered by the left. Especially Obama.

  5. DirkH says:

    We have a pic and a name and to me he looks a whole lot like a Moos convert, notice the eyes, just imagine a Moos beard on the face, looks perfectly moosish.

    • DirkH says:

      (while German media always protect murderers in Germany, they happily give out all details about anything happening outside Germany. This is key to the desinformation of Germans about what’s happening in their own country.)

    • Latitude says:

      whatever drugs they are on….give them a lot a zits

      • DirkH says:

        Now I read he was an IRA fan and used the moniker IRONCROSS on chat forums. Doesn’t explain the targeted killing of Christians. But proves that he was confused enough to also try out Islam.

  6. DirkH says:

    Ain’t so difficult: Launch plane, fly to Raqqa – which has been touted as the ISIS HQ for months in Western media – blow up stuff. US hasn’t managed in a year, took Russia two days. Video.
    All that the West did was publish social porn stories from “Americans held as sex slaves by ISIS wannabe khalif” and the likes.

  7. Jim Masterson says:

    The father of the teenage boy who killed four classmates and himself last year in Marysville, Washington has been convicted of possessing an illegal gun used in the shooting ( So the father lied on the forms, obtained the gun illegally, let his son have access, and the rest is history. We now need to pass laws to make criminals obey the laws–oh, that wouldn’t work either.


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