Dear H. Clinton
I read your statement on the Trump rally that wasn’t.
Violence has no place in our politics. We should use our words and deeds to bring Americans together. pic.twitter.com/FofjognpIA
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) March 12, 2016
I’m a little concerned that if a family member is murdered by a racist I will not be able to melt hearts in a statehouse and get a flag removed, which I didn’t know would be required of me, thanks for the heads up. (And do you perhaps mean the bond hearing that took place in a court house?)
As an aside, and perhaps this is not very gracious of me, but if nine black people have to be gunned down in a church by a non-uniformed racist and then their families have to behave in a way that causes [certain] people to clasp their hands before their breast and say “Aawww,” in order to get an traitor’s flag removed, that is not what I would call a victory.
However, to my question:
I don’t think I’d be able to melt hearts by methods that are currently viewed as acceptable. So could I use a flame thrower instead?