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Tuscon Tragedy

President Obama is talking about the shooting in Tuscon, Arizona and how it has brought unity.  Here’s to hoping it doesn’t bring to shooting members of Congress to unite the country.  We can unite by fighting the Cinemafia and making entertainment affordable and moral.

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January 25, 2011 - Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, humor, Obama, State of the Union 2011 | ,

4 Comments

  1. Good that she is standing up now, time for her to grab her pocketbook and start paying some of the victims and families from her event that she instigated that resulted in all the harm and death to victims that day not so long ago. We need her healthy enough to sit in a prison cell awaiting to death penalty imo. There are endless news reports of the threats made prior to the event with Giffords taking no action to secure the event she staged. Had it not been for Gifford’s presence on that day, there would be no dead people or victims that day. I believe she actually needs to receive the death penalty for her crimes, but it may more likely be something like involuntary manslaughter and aggravated assault on multiple counts.

    Comment by michellefrommadison | January 25, 2011

  2. I think that is a bit extreme, but I think that she should pay her own medical bills. Either that or everybody be able to get the same care she is getting (which I do not see.) Let’s see Obamacare in action.

    Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | January 25, 2011

    • She’ll get good care when she goes to prison where she belongs for her role in killing and injuring so many people she did not help to protect after she received numerous threats and did nothing. I thought while she was still comatose, maybe she should have been made an organ donor to save offset some of the costs to taxpayers.

      Comment by michellefrommadison | January 25, 2011

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