Monday, February 04, 2008
Neo sees (and doesn't care about) dead people.
Yeah, yeah ... being killed by a Taser ... whatever:
It's amusing to note the regularity with which poor "Neo Conservative" finds something that causes more than 4 or 5 deaths a year, then uses that to downplay the number of people who die by Taser, as if the first somehow diminishes the second.
It's almost as if Neo realizes just how grotesque and classless he sounded when he first contemptuously dismissed those Taser deaths and is now desperately trying to make up for it by downplaying them over and over and over again, hoping against hope that people finally start to see things from his deranged perspective.
Or maybe I'm completely off-base here. After all, I've been wrong before.
Actually, no, I haven't. Scratch that.
P.S. It's somewhat amusing to note that Neo seems terminally unconcerned about 4 or 5 Taser deaths a year but, hokey smoke, Bullwinkle, he's sure got his Incredible Hulk Underoos in a bunch over these two victims. What might be so special about those two that would make Neo sit up, take notice and shriek his outrage from the parapets? What could it possibly be? Hmmmmmmmmm? Give it time, it'll come to you.
P.P.S. Just for fun, let's see if Neo is capable of a snappy, relevant, issue-related comeback, or whether he's going to fall back on that thoroughly tedious and paralogical "Canadian Cecilia" idiocy. I'm voting for the tedious paralogia. Let's watch.
Stephen Taylor must be so proud.
UPPITYSNARKDATE: As I've pointed out before, if Neo wants to downplay 4 or 5 deaths a year compared to thousands, then, by precisely the same logic, we can discount the dozens of Canadian military who are killed each year in Afghanistan. I mean, geez, it's been a total of, what, around 80? Pshaw. What's the big deal?
What? You don't like that dismissive attitude? Then go take it up with Neo, and don't bug me about it.