“I agree with you. In the eyes of the law, yes, I know it was wrong. Being a grandmother, well.....if I thought for one second that my grandchild was in harm's way and this was my only choice, I would've done the same thing.”
“First of all, you have no idea what I am concerned about.
Secondly, take your anger and your filthy mouth someplace else. It doesn't work on me. I will add your poor family to my list of concerns. I do feel for them having to deal with you.”
“Your heart really goes out to the families of those that died. Why don't you tell them that no one is concerned.”
talking point squasher on Nov 30, 2012 at 13:02:48
“Are you concerned for the families of the some 70,000 troops still in Afghanistan? Still concerned about the families of the thousands that died on a lie in Iraq? I am sure you were full of rage when the WMD debate was debunked, correct? Nope? Yeah, that's what I thought. Now piss off, my 19 year old cousin is on his second tour defending your sorry ass's right to question what INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES were saying in the immediate aftermath.Oh, and another thing, you f$%king genius, didn't you ever bother to think that explanation was a smokescreen? Don't you think that the intelligence community might have wanted the perps to think we thought is was a result of the protests and not a terrorist attack?You people are too much.”