None. "Crazy" is not a political lean.
The racist who did the shooting is responsible.
Wait and see how his trial ends up.
By that logic...
1.) Terrorism is evil
2.) Islam and terrorism have been very closely tied to each other since WW2
3.) Draw your own conclusions from (1) and (2)
but but but.... that wouldn't be PC and it wouldn't fall in neatly with the liberal agenda. So unless you're willing to say that Islam is evil, you need to bite your tongue.
Republicans. Sure the kid was a drug addict but still, if you have one party screaming on a daily basis "The Country is Being Taken Away by people who vote Democrat" it's not exactly rocket science who's to blame for random drug addict deciding to go kill "the people who vote Democrat".
Republicans on a daily basis herald the end of the country thanks to Obama.
"Every time something really bad happens, people cry out for safety, and the government answers by taking rights away from good people." - Penn Jillette.
There's something sick and sinister about the OPPORTUNISM on display by the left in this instance, and America needs to stand up and take notice.
Roof's own psychological instability is the primary culprit. His radical racist ideology, paired with his drug abuse, was simply the catalyst it apparently needed to explode into homicidal violence.
That ideology, while undeniably "Right Wing," was not, however, in any sense representative of mainstream American "Conservatism," or even necessarily "Southern" American culture. To the contrary, it was mostly representative of the kind of fringe extremism that Neo-Nazi groups and the modern KKK tend to espouse. It also - as evidenced by Roof's admiration for Apartheid South Africa and Rhodesia - appears to have been international in basis, rather than distinctly regional.
I'm sorry, but in light of those facts, anyone who tries to spin this as being something that Southern culture or modern Conservativism need to "re-evaluate," "answer," or "apologize" for either doesn't have the slightest clue what they're talking about, or is simply blatant partisan slime attempting to capitalize on tragedy as a means of scoring petty political points. Quite frankly, they should be ashamed of themselves as such.
Last edited by Gathomas88; 06-23-15 at 06:04 PM.