in this case the deceased who set off a mortar on his head:
What a terrible shame.
He should have at least lingered long enough to realize how stupid that was.
Well, that didn't take long. Made comment on Bookface about Obamacare prices going up(again), and got a 'Obamacare saved me! When you trash Obamacare, what I hear is that you think I should have died for your politics.'
Really? Pointing out the huge mess this is means 'I think you should have died?'
I notice the people saying crap like this have no sympathy for all the people getting screwed in this('If you like your plan, you can keep it!' 'My plan will save you $2500/year!' Etc.) Oh no, "I say it saved me, so screw everyone else" is just fine.
When someone uses something like this as a serious criticism, and thinks it has merit, it tells you all you need to know:
...I was once criticized for using the expression “true north.” It
reflected my Nordo-centrism, my critic said, and my insensitivity to
people who live in the Southern Hemisphere. Of course, no such thing had
ever crossed my mind, but that points to the problem. ...
Yeah. Because lost people and navigators in the southern hemisphere don't use north as a reference or something.
Ann Coulter had a book signing, and a bunch of illegal aliens(and activists) showed up and caused some difficulty. The response:
“You have to understand,” Coulter told Breitbart News, “screaming and
defacing things is how Latin Americans express disagreement. At least as
long as they were destroying books and screaming in a book store, they
weren’t molesting any 4-year-olds.”
Open-borders advocates typecast every bit as much as does Trump,
likewise adducing anecdote in lieu of hard data. If one listens to the
exaggerations of Trump, he implies that the majority of arrivals
from Mexico are criminally minded. But if one listens to La Raza Inc. or
Rep. Gutierrez, illegal aliens seem to be all dreamers. The truth is
that impoverished and most indigenous peoples from central Mexico and
Central America are neither saints nor sinners, but as a rule arrive
without legality, a high school diploma, money, or English, and by needs
are quite willing to ignore immigration law both when arriving — and
steadily thereafter. (The vast majority — over 80% — from last year’s
border surge skipped their required subsequent immigration hearings.)