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Sunday, December 16, 2012

Q&A

AP Reporting Brilliance:


"Among the questions: Why did his mother, a well-to-do suburban divorcee , keep a cache of high-power weapons in the house? What experience did Lanza have with those guns? And, above all, what set him on a path to go classroom-by-classroom, massacring 6- and 7-year-olds?"

Some answers:
"Why did his mother, a well-to-do suburban divorcee , keep a cache of high-power weapons in the house?"
Other than add irrelevance to the ignorance, what possible difference could the answer make? Cache? They were legally owned, legally purchased. What part of "reporting" is it to question the legal activities of an innocent citizen - other than, in this case, to further prejudice the alleged mind of another unthinking simpleton?

What experience did Lanza have with those guns? 
Stupid Question #2. What difference, what understanding, what relevance could the answer provide - unless the so-called reporter is looking for someone to blame? Had the murderer been "trained" thru NRA courses, then we've found the Bad Guy! Had the perp belonged to a "Club", the members would be "gun nuts"  culpable for not "recognizing the warning signs". How much "training" do you blithering AP "reporters" think it takes to shoot children point blank while trapped in a classroom?

And, above all, what set him on a path to go classroom-by-classroom, massacring 6- and 7-year-olds?
MSM morons "reporting" this unspeakable tragedy have yet to pursue the most obvious questions: Since  the murderer has been id'd by brother and others of having a "personality disorders", why haven't they identified and questioned his doctor? With previous mass murderers from the same demographic, we have ultimately, very quietly and dismissively learned at some point, these killers were on drugs. Not pot. Not coke. Not meth. But Ritalin, Prozac,Luvox, Zoloft ,Anafrani. You know, the stuff doctors prescribe to keep those noisy, rambunctious little boys from being little boys and disrupting the rest of the class.

Any Pulitzer Prize losing "journalists" bother to investigate that? Or is "Bushmaster", "Glock" and "Sig" sexier and more in harmony with agenda they'd rather push?

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