somethinglessstupid asked: So, Obama called the Prime Minister of India to express his condolences about the Sikh shooting in Wisconsin. And people are pretty pissed. I don't understand why this is a bad thing. I don't know anything about the prime minister, so if he's like, a horrible leader and human being, I understand. Am I just missing something here? This seems like good foreign relations to me. But correct me if I'm wrong, please!
I know a few people who somehow think that anything like apologizing is a show of weakness.
I really don’t get it either.
somethinglessstupid asked: Thank you for taking a stance against those people comparing the shooting in Aurora to abortion. Being from Colorado this really hit home, and that kind of shit really pisses me off. And now I see a post on Facebook comparing what he did and asking why he's allowed to live to a pitbull being put to death? How do people even think these things are something you should compare? Why do people do this? It's a little different than the abortion thing, but it still pisses me off.
Yeah, I don’t like to see anyone co-opting tragedies.
somethinglessstupid asked: I don't know if you're a fan of the website, but Cracked just reblogged your post about people moving to Canada because of Obamacare. I think that's pretty cool! Unless you hate Cracked. Then completely ignore me!
I have my issues with Cracked, but they put out some pretty good articles!
It’s pretty awesome, I also got reblogged by Neil Gaiman and Gail Simone today!