What a few writers are saying about today's suicide bombing in Belgium
What's that supposed to mean? Some kind of acronym for cursing at Fox? Tsk tsk.
The news and the reaction is too intense, sad, infuriating, and overwhelming. Wishing peace and love to all.— Dan Slott (@DanSlott) March 22, 2016
And logging off the internet.
And is that supposed to be a moral equivalent? Nobody with sense should take any alleged condemnation from Slott at face value. Nor should they assume Ron Marz is any better:
Still counting bodies in #Brussels, and Ted Cruz is scrambling to score points by blaming Obama and going after Trump. Shameless.— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) March 22, 2016
And Marz is still looking for opportunities to bash Republicans instead of writing a convincing condemnation of religious savages. Pathetic and ignorant of Europeans who've been denigrated by these obscenities.
I didn't know about this attack, was traveling all day yesterday. My heart goes out to those in Brussels.— GAIL SIMONE (@GailSimone) March 22, 2016
Even this falls way short of courage.
Quick, somebody tell the NSA "Paris Terrorists Used Burner Phones, Not Encryption, To Evade Detection" https://t.co/a0LOyKZjwg— Gerry Conway (@gerryconway) March 22, 2016
Leave it to Conway to seek more opportunities to bash the GOP too, rather than complain about evil mentalities running rampant anywhere in the world. As Ted Cruz says, we don't need lectures from Obama about "islamophobia". Similarly, we don't need lectures and narrow rantings from some of these comic creators about Republicans supposedly being infinitely worse than the jihadists ravaging civilized societies.