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Jared Loughner

Isn't this such a creepy and insanely disturbing photograph of a killer??!!!!

OMG just looking at it gives me chills.

I'm so sorry for all the victims and people involved. :'(

News article:
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/40997616/ns/us_news-crime_and_courts/?GT1=43001

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Calai ranted 7 years ago.
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I_Agree commented on this rant 7 years ago.

That guy looks strangely familiar. I think I may have worked with someone that looked like him before.

You know, people who commit murders also look normal in real life. I'm just saying... I haven't met any (at least I don't think I have), but from all the pictures and stories I've read, this seems to be the case.

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Jasper commented on this rant 7 years ago.

He looks familiar to me. Perhaps that's the scariest trait of sociopaths. That they look like a neighbor you once knew, an old school classmate, or a past co-worker. Just another person among us, nothing to distinguish them from the normal citizens.

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Jasper commented on this rant 7 years ago.

Jesus, I opened the topic and jerked back a bit cause of that.

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BigElephant commented on this rant 7 years ago.

Yes, he seems to be enjoying himself.

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anonymous commented on this rant 7 years ago.

I'm not a big fan of any politicians and glad this possibly mentally disturbed guy was able to instill some fear. I am sad to hear of the innocent bystanders who were injured and killed as a result. He shouldve went for bigger Washington bigwigs and lobbyists.

I will probably catch a lot of flack for my remarks but you just don't share the same disdain I have for political figures; all of whom are dirty greedy filth. Between them all is just a degree of difference and my indifference with their deaths should really be shared by you all. It's sad your view of our govt is not yet at the point of political upheaval and a modern day revolution coupled with a gallon of civil disobedience. Gifford may not be all that bad and publicly undeserving, but by association this shooter shouldve aimed higher. I'm sure the judge was quite the lawful 'have' who pay little to 'have nots.' Must be nice not having to suffer little insignificant inequalities like traffic tickets or minimal time in justice sentence for crimes committed/convicted. Things like that that still stand and exist.

I'm not an advocate for the poor, I just don't like the inequality and difference in social strata.

The haves don't deserve to die because they have more. They should all mandatorily give two s***s about the neighbor and regions within which constituents or the public do suffer. Do more? Yes. Try harder? If there's room. Evidence of lack thereof? Plenty and pervasive among those who have.

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Calai commented on this rant 7 years ago.

You think it's okay to shoot people to make a point?! No matter how disgusting these politicians are, they are still wives, husbands, brothers, sisters, moms and dads to people. That HURTS.

>:(

I think it would do good for society to be a little bit more on the socialist side, but this is a capitalist society. There has to be a difference in social strata. You want a revolution? You want equality in social strata all around? Talk to a communist.

BTW, why are you anonymous? I think I know you enough to recognize your way of writing and expressing your thoughts. ;)

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Jasper commented on this rant 7 years ago.

Politicians are people too. Talking about the government as an abstract being that hovers above us, invisible and unseen except for their laws and regulations isn't valid; people who work in the government are just like you and me. Of course, there is corruption, but that's bound to happen whenever there's a human element involved. I'm not saying it's good, but what exactly do you suggest we do to change it?

Sure you can say that we have the power to vote, and therefore we have the power to choose who gets into office. But when campaign success is dependent almost solely on money, and money is dependent on donations from individuals who pay to let the corruption flow, how can we consider voting in any way to be equal and fair?

Socialism is even less valid for that reason, I think. It strives for an even higher ideal as far as governing the people, but it has the most potential for corruption because the larger a country's population, the more inherently diverse it becomes, ruling out possibility of a justly governed commune.

Basically I'm asking, how do you suggest we fix this problem? It seems like a vicious cycle. And a revolution wouldn't help; usually that just results in bitching about different people with the same corruptive problems.

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anonymous commented on this rant 7 years ago.

Holy s***! I opened up the article and seriously thought he blinked in the photo.

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herself commented on this rant 6 years, 11 months ago.

Um. Ew. I would rather give birth to a 2-year-old than be in a room with him for 20 minutes. *shudder*

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anonymous commented on this rant 6 years, 12 months ago.

rapist no raping :)