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No Elephants Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Oct-09-13 07:08 AM
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Whatever you think of the woman who was shot in Washington DC,
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did the shooting of a woman suffering from post partum depression whose baby was in the back seat of her car warrant both a standing ovation from Congress and of statement that the baby was not harmed (supposedly no one knew that a baby was in the car).

But, hey, the perimeter was not breached. Mind you, "the perimeter" does not have constitutional rights or a baby. Shouldn't someone or something have been somewhere near being in actual danger before the police shot?

Well, maybe not. I don't know what the considerations are or what their orders were. But a standing ovation for the shooting of a sick woman, leaving a baby without a mom? Jesus God.

We seem to get more fascist by the month, if not the week.
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