Spoken like a true red-state Teabilly. "What's the answer to gun violence? MOAR GUNZ!"
— Doomsday Jesus (@DoomsdayChrist) @SarahPalinUSA
Sarah Palin was among the many people mourning yesterday’s tragic shooting at Fort Hood, which left four people dead. And this morning, she suggested that allowing the soldiers to carry arms may have helped :
Prayers for everyone at Ft. Hood. They defend and protect us. The military must be able to defend themselves with arms.
— Sarah Palin (@SarahPalinUSA) potential victims defend themselves
How dare she advocate on soldiers’ behalf!
how disgusting to use the deaths of these soldiers as a political statement…SHAME!
— J.T. Budge (@JohnBudge) @SarahPalinUSA
couldn't even make a 140 character statement about the victims without inserting politics in there, you're a real scumbag
— Dan (@dankmtl) @SarahPalinUSA
Except this isn’t about politics. This is about protecting the men and women who serve this country by allowing them to protect themselves. You’d hope that given everything that’s happened, gun control advocates would understand this. Alas, they never seem to learn. Logic is hard; lashing out at Sarah Palin is much easier.
they should be defended by sensible firearm regulations, enabling better security for everyone
— Jay bee (@TheJonBoy) @SarahPalinUSA
no your dumb they need to take better care of our vets so they don't suffer from severe ptsd . They already have arms genius
— Deon (@Mr_513_208) @SarahPalinUSA
It’s “you’re,” genius. And at Fort Hood, only security and military police are permitted to carry weapons. Soldiers are not, and as a result, they may end up in harm’s way.
Solving violence with violence. Never fails. To kill more people that is…
— Nick Wilson (@NickRamWilson)
"Oh no, we should have filled the base with more guns. There would have been less casualties because logic." -Sarah Palin
— × × (@noahkutchin) @SarahPalinUSA
Prayers to the god that allowed the shooting? Only a dumbass like would think that way.
— SamIam (@ingrasam) @SarahPalinUSA
Three cheers for tolerance.