Paul Kemp wrote:
I'm glad that the Internet exists for this reason:
Those LDS who delight in the death of one of the "blacks," an unarmed candy gobbling "punk," will have their remarks forever immortalized for the public to see.
I'm also glad the internet exists, so those who LIE about others, misrepresenting their words wholesale can be seen by all, and then people can know who the ACTUAL bad people are, people like YOU.
1. I never "delighted" in anyones death. LIAR!
2. What I did delight in is that the TRUTH could be known, contrary to Liberals like you who LIE and misrepresent the truth, and I delighted in the fact that a person defended himself as he had every right to from an a physical assault.
3. Further, he was a punk, if you saw his Twitter username, his twitter posts, his most recent pictures, etc. He wasn't one of the "great moraled" people of society.
Imagine an undecided voter researching Mormonism on the Internet because of the Republican candidate's religious persuasion and coming across comments from an author labeled as ldsfaqs like those above. I mean, ldsfaqs presumably stands for Latter-day Saint frequently asked questions, a somewhat authoritative title, and this thread chronicles how delighted the LDS frequently asked questions poster is with the death of an unarmed, innocent black child. It's as if the poster is implying that the entire Mormon faith is behind him, and the other posters here are reinforcing that. Brilliant work, folks. Keep it up!
Yes, imagine such a voter reads my words and doesn't LIE about them like you do, but takes they as they actually are, and more so then reads your lies, and then reads this response which makes your lies even more clear.
That person because he's actually objective, will know who the true immoral people are. It's not me or LDS.