I could not possibly do blogging on him justice. Others have done it. Dinah Lord did a most excellent job. The only thing she did not cover was the latest update. That the POS is dead. Maybe. Maybe? Either he is or he isn't.
Personally? I wish he wasn't. He needs to be brought to justice. If we find out that he was paralyzed, let him lay in a bed next to the Fort Hood POS. They can commiserate about their sorry-ass lives, together. Doubtful too many others are feeling sorry for either one of them... If he is dead, he took the easy way out. Coward. But then, we knew he was a coward when he gunned down four police officers, execution style, in a coffee shop. Plus, we need to hear from him what his motives were. Or, do we. The POS was a career criminal. Never should have been out on the streets to begin with. But thanks to a then namsy-pansy governor of Arkansas, Mike Huckabee, he was given clemency, paroled and set free.
Mike Huckabee's response? To pass the buck. Typical of any presidential candidate. Any future presidential runs are completely out, now, Mike. That is a good thing. The man was far too wishy-washy [and namsy-pansy] to have been a contender in the first place. Stick with your radio program, Mike, and your weekend show on Fox that only a few bother turning on in the first place. I know I change the channel if he is on - I would much rather watch something a little more stimulating. Re-runs of "Malcolm in the Middle" or "Two and A Half Men." Or something. Anything else. Fox would be doing itself a big favor by letting his contract run and replacing him with someone else. Better? Buy his contract out and get him off the air. Give Charles Krauthammer his own show. Just my opinon.
The POS's sister-in-law says, "He didn't have a mean bone in his body... If there were more people in the world like Greg, things like this wouldn't happen." Say what?!! Does the fact that the man had "an extensive violent criminal history from Arkansas" and outstanding charges in Washington for "assaulting a police officer, and second-degree rape of a child" NOT resonate with you, at all?!? Sure, lady. Sure. Believe me when I tell you that the rest of us are unbelievably thankful that there are not "more people in the world like Greg." [His name is Maurice!]
Has the jug-eared-jack-ass issued a statement yet telling us to not rush to judgment? No? Expect it momentarily. Oh, wait. It is only when someone WHITE does something that we are not supposed to rush to judgment. I get it. My mistake. If and when the jeja speaks out - he's probably very very busy playing golf right now - his spin on this will be that "the Seattle police acted stupidly."
In the meantime, without politicizing yet another horrific event any further...
Thoughts and prayers to the families of each of these senseless victims: Greg Richards, Mark Renninger, Tina Grisold and Ronald Owens. Everyone of these police officers had families. Every single one. May they get some comfort in knowing that many have them in their hearts at this time of sadness and sorrow.