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Man Who Shot Up Family Research Council: I Wanted to Kill as Many as Possible and Smear Chick-fil-A in Their Faces

AmyDB Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 12:25 PM
Bryce said..... The description of TeaPartiers has no value judgements. ________________ Really Bryce? So then why is it acceptable to stereotype conservatives or TEA Partiers as "white, southern, Christian, heterosexuals"? Especially when there's ample evidence of people other than "white, southern, Christian, heterosexuals" holding conservative, Constitutional, or TEA Party ideals & ideas? Don't say it hasn't been done because then you'd be lying. In fact when you find a person of color, a woman, a homosexual, or a person who follows a Faith other than the big three of the bible ask them if they've ever been denigrated on their race, gender, or whatever by progressives for being a "traitor" because they are a conservative, TEA Party
AmyDB Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 12:26 PM
I'm willing to bet they have been. I know I have been.
maryanne24 Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 12:32 PM
Me too. And I am not your typical stereotyped TEA party person. But, I consider myself part of the TEA party. And been discriminated against - yes - for being a woman, for not being white- and I just worked harder and never cried victim. They need to get over it. And they all expect me to tow the line because I am in the union, or a woman, or a mother, or a minority.. No way.

Yesterday 28-year-old Floyd Lee Corkins II, the man who attempted to kill members of the conservative Family Research Council in Washington D.C. in August 2012, plead guilty to three charges including committing an act of terrorism.

The question since August has been: Why did Corkins choose FRC as his target? After all, he was a gay activist who bizarrely walked into the FRC offices with a Chik-fil-A bag in one hand and a gun in the other before he opened fire, shooting a security guard who luckily survived his injuries.

According to an...