Marz can't stand that Kim Davis was released from jail
Walter Palmer, direct quote: "...I’m a health professional." At least he did not claim to be a veterinarian. https://t.co/Zsb4hZDBae— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) September 8, 2015
But why does Marz act like he's a know-it-all? Again, no concern over all the threats of violence Palmer received after the news of his stupid mistake. I'm not saying Palmer's a saint. Of course he's not. But killing animals is still nothing compared to the murder of innocent humans.
Just look at all the leeches, Huckabee and Cruz chief among them, scrambling to get some camera time from the #KimDavis circus.— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) September 8, 2015
Just look at the unfunny bungler who wants to stay relevant by attacking conservatism itself.
Huh? I thought Mr. Marz is the one playing the trombone or violin, all because what he hoped for didn't exactly happen.
When people said "Eye of the Tiger" was played, I honestly thought they were making a joke. https://t.co/W8WMuZKkzk— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) September 8, 2015
Henceforth, I will require "Eye of the Tiger" be performed by a live Survivor tribute band any time I make a con or signing appearance.— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) September 8, 2015
One thing for sure, Marz is making very laughless ones.
Not saying I feel sorry for #KimDavis. She doesn't deserve sympathy. But she's definitely getting used by zealots with agendas.— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) September 8, 2015
Marz doesn't deserve sympathy for how he wastes time on petty issues, but never cares to speak on behalf of gays and lesbians persecuted under Islam. His standings here, from what I can tell, are not altruistic.
It would be almost quaint if this story was just "small-town hypocrite fights for right to be a bigot." But this isn't that.— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) September 8, 2015
So says the man who fights for the right to diminish morale.
And there he goes, looking for another opportunity to attack a conservative politician to boot. The man is such a sad case who can only worry about petty issues and not about more challenging ones.