Well, this is a major OOPS.
On Saturday night, bleeding heart, naïve, kumbaya-singing “Software Developer, Business Process Expert, Runner, Candidate for State Representative” Dan Kimmel posted a tweet saying “ISIS isn’t necessarily evil. It is made up of people doing what they think is best for their community. Violence is not the answer, though.”
Yes! They think blowing up churches, blowing airliners out of the sky, destroying ancient artifacts, raping and beheading women and children, burning people alive, hacking people to death with machetes and committing various and sundry other acts of unspeakable violence is “what they think is best for their community.”
AND YOURS, Mr. Kimmel.
Well this morning, Kimmel announced he was ending his campaign. GASP.
“I’m folding up the campaign tent,” Kimmel told the Star Tribune. “[The posting] was not interpreted as I intended. It was so badly misinterpreted.”
Excuse me for shouting, but HOW THE HECK ELSE SHOULD IT BE INTERPRETED???
In a statement that completely sums up the wimpy, whiny progressive liberal mindset, Kimmel said he was dropping out of the race “to remove the ick” from his party.
Yes, please remove the “ick” from your party. Please remove the “ick” from the entire left, the media, the elites and the Hollywood establishment.
Remove the “ick” from the spoiled, obnoxious children at Mizzou and other colleges, upset that a true violent tragedy detracts from their need for a “safe place” to whimper and hide from offensive Halloween costumes.
Remove the “ick” from an entire political establishment (hello Bernie) that seems to believe weather is scarier than suicide bombers carrying AK-47s.
You know what’s incredible? This Kimmel guy received appointments to West Point, the Air Force Academy as well as a full Naval ROTC scholarship to the University of Oklahoma. He entered the Air Force Academy in June 1970. But that didn’t last long.
In 1972, he transferred to the University of Oklahoma and graduated in 1974 with a major in economics.
Oh great. I’m sure he has some swell ideas about taxes too.
[Note: This article was written by Michele Hickford]