The political vultures circles around the Boston bombing tragedy.
It didn't take no longer then an hour after the attacks for Democratic progressives to do what they do oh so well, politicize the carnage. Many of the injuries were so severe, dozens of people had to have been amputated right on the spot. Dozens of people are in critical condition. I don't see how certain people can look at the death and suffering of others and merely think of it as a "political opportunity". People like this have no core nor no class. New York Times Columnist Nicholas Kristof linked the Boston terrorist attack to the Republicans blocking Obama's appointment selection as the director of the ATF.
After Mr Kristoff tweeted his remarkably stupid comment, he received severe blow back on tweeter for his politicization of the Boston tragedy. The progressive parade of self promotion on the blood of the Boston victims continued. I have no idea what pressure cooker bombs have in common with the National Riffle Association, but MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell apparently was able to find an absurd connection in order to place blame. Lawrence actually found a way to blame the "NRA" for his perceived "slow investigation" in the Boston bombings. Again, these nut jobs truly have no ideal how insane they come off sounding to normal thinking folks.
House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer from my state of Maryland also took his shot at shameful exploitation of the Boston terrorist attacks. He believes that the federal government's "sequester" had a role to play. Hoyer said
"the explosions in Boston demonstrates "why having the ability to dress security concerns is important," and thus provides more evidence that sequestration should be turned off.
As Americans are anxiously waiting for an arrest of the person or persons who committed this devastating and heinous attack on American soil, some people are so politically blinded, they are making fools out of themselves by blaming either the NRA, the GOP or Sequester. A Democratic strategist on Fox Business this morning actually said something intelligent. I don't remember the lady's name, but she said that the politicization of the Boston bombings need to stop period, and I agree. People doing this look like political vultures circling around a horrible incident in order to politically enrich themselves.