The liberal media could not connect this murder to the TEA party movement, so we didn’t hear much about this story.
A middle aged couple, she a physician’s assistant and he a prison psychologist, who had repeatedly argued with their 15 year old adopted son over his refusal to stay away from the violent lunatics of Occupy Oakland, was apparently murdered by the ungrateful punk last weekend.
The cause and effect here is glaring. A foster child exposed to the crazy anarchistic conduct of “adults” at Oakland’s Occupy encampment was a perfect receptacle for the hateful bile spewed out by the loathsome thugs he came to idolize. He must have been star struck to learn that “it was okay” to destroy anything and everybody he didn’t like by watching our avowed enemies savage Oakland’s public buildings, including its City Hall.
Seeing these drooling halfwits do physical battle with Oakland’s police obviously captured the imagination of this little punk who is clearly typical of the kind of anti-American rabble that is “protesting” a different imagined grievance every day.
Seeing these selfish slime balls, who aren’t sure of anything except that they want us to pay for whatever they want when they want it, must have inspired a kind of smug sense of entitlement in this kid.
Since he obviously came from a comfortable upper middle class family environment, what else could sway him to destroy his parents and flush his life down a California prison toilet?
Listening to his fellow self-avowed enemies of society bitch and complain about how “hard” their lives are must have made him decide he wasn’t being entertained adequately enough by the mother and father that plucked him out of the foster system and gave him a new comfortable life.
He had everything; how could he compete when the bitching got serious around the illegal campfires? He didn’t steal the family’s money or car or television. That wouldn’t buy him “creds” with the skunks that had become his heroes. Only blood would do, and blood is what those arrogant lunatics got from this little punk.
There will be more stories like this one, however carefully the media tries to hide them. This story’s headline made no mention of Occupy Oakland, but you can bet the words TEA PARTY would have been mentioned ten times in the first two paragraphs if they could conjure up a connection between the punk and Sarah Palin.
Instead, the San Francisco media waited until the ninth paragraph to whisper that the arguments around the kitchen table were about Occupy Oakland.
Shame on the foul smelling swine of Occupy Oakland. And shame on the media as well; but most of all shame on the Democrats who embrace these people and try to tell us they are the real middle class.