Two + to makes four or five, depending on which supercontinent upon which you subjectively
evolved, or until Cass Sunstein issues regulations declaring mathematical accuracy to be
"hate speech" or "violent rhetoric". Perhaps that is why Jared Loughner almost went to blows
[In May,] there was a report of “suspicious activity” involving Loughnerin a Pilates class. When he was told his grade
would be a B, he became “very hostile.” The teacher “felt like it might become physical” and felt “intimidated,”
according to the report.
In June, Loughner was reported to be disruptive in math class. A report suggested he could be under the influence
of a controlled substance. Among his strange behaviors: He insisted on calling the number six “eighteen.” …
Could be Loughner was way ahead of his time.
Oddly, the Immelman for Congress blog "happened" to be where the Google search engine found data on Loughner's
mathematical "extremism". Clearly, Candidate Immelman is the ideal American Leader. He is against
anyone who passionately stands for something, while paying "bi-partisan" lip service to "core issues".
My core issues are national security, law and order (including border security
and enforcing immigration law), fiscal responsibility, and uncompromising
opposition to political extremism.
BTW, doesn't the Ft. Hood shooter (12 dead, 31 wounded) merit the same obsessive scrutiny, analysis and
"celebrity" that Jared Loughner (6 dead, 18 wounded) has received?
Law enforcement and medical officials in Arizona said that at least 18 people were shot in the melee and that six of them had died, including John M. Roll, the chief U.S. District judge in Arizona, and Gabe Zimmerman, Giffords's local director of community outreach. Also killed was Christina Taylor Green, 9, who was born on Sept. 11, 2001, and had gone to the event with a neighbor. Two other Giffords staffers, district director Ron Barber and community outreach aide Pam Simon, were wounded.