June 15, 2016
Cambridge, MA City Councilors Explain Orlando Terrorism
Cambridge City Councilor Denise Simmons said, “We must learn to live together as brothers and sisters, or parish (sic) together as fools.” Cambridge politicians ignore people with disabilities and encourage police abusing them. Is that what she means by living together? She added, "We know people are evil in this world. Some of them may even be running for president ... It is up to us as a society to make it as difficult as possible for them to be successful.” Is that what she means by constructive? Who decides who is evil and who is not? Politicians? [. . .] Vice Mayor Marc McGovern [. . .] said “I’m tired of people in Washington who [. . .] say how horrible they feel [. . .] then turn around and bow at the altar of the NRA.” Did the shooter say he was an NRA supporter? Who was the admitted ISIS supporter targeting? He is said to be homosexual by several patrons of Pulse and his first wife. Was this an attack on the NRA? [. . .] "Rev. Dr. Christian Brocato [. . .] said he will not tolerate" recent rhetoric from media and politicians. "The rhetoric goes against everything we stand for, not just as Americans and human beings, but as people who value diversity.'" Does he speak for all Americans, all human beings? How does he know what we all think? Are people with disabilities included in his idea of diversity?
'An attack on all:' Cambridge community gathers to honor Orlando victims
By Natalie Handy
nhandy (at) wickedlocal.com
Posted Jun. 15, 2016 at 8:01 AM