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Lafayette theater shooter commented at “bad” web site

John Russell (“Rusty”) Houser, who killed two women at a Lafayette, Louisiana, theater, earned a law degree, operated taverns, ran for public office and loved political debate. He also commented at a web site listed at Obama Conspiracy Theories as “bad.” The site, a very active commenting venue, is The Fellowship of the Minds. It has a fairly large section on Obama conspiracy theories.

Houser commented December 22, 2013 on an article titled “Moral Sickness at Root of America’s Decay”:

America is so sick that I now believe it to be the enemy of the world. I know next to nothing about Iran, but the little I do know tells me they are far higher morally than this financially failing filth farm.

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It is possible, you might be the only one on the internet that has gotten through the censors.Though you probably are no less than a government information gathering devise, I will tell you how happy I am that the yield on the 10 year tres note is almost 3%. The end comes, and I love it.

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5 Responses to Lafayette theater shooter commented at “bad” web site

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    Dave July 24, 2015 at 10:18 pm #

    Taitz has cut and pasted an article by The Dumbest Man on the Internet, that explains that Houser was an Obama supporter. This is based on the following comment by Houser:

    “Find a positive way to exert your energies.I recommend laughing as often as possible.Here is something that is truly funny: since I accepted this it came to me that the president is doing exactly what Tim McVeigh did,only the president is much more effective.The way I see it,the faster he wrecks this nation, which in no way resembles what it’s founders envisioned,the faster working people with morals may re-assume command.ie I was for his re-election. I like his spending habits.”

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    Notorial Dissent July 25, 2015 at 12:09 am #

    Does this make her the Dumbest Woman on the Internet, or did she get beat out for that one too?

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    Dr. Kenneth Noisewater July 25, 2015 at 8:22 am #

    Dave: “Find a positive way to exert your energies.I recommend laughing as often as possible.Here is something that is truly funny: since I accepted this it came to me that the president is doing exactly what Tim McVeigh did,only the president is much more effective.The way I see it,the faster he wrecks this nation, which in no way resembles what it’s founders envisioned,the faster working people with morals may re-assume command.ie I was for his re-election. I like his spending habits.

    Yep a lot of birther sites are pushing this around trying to claim he was an Obama voter and total liberal.

    It’s obvious they didn’t read what he said since he didn’t actually support Obama or Obama’s positions but rather thought Obama was destroying America and thought the faster Obama did it the quicker people like him could “take back america”

    It’s like the people who hope the anti-christ hurries up and comes so they can be raptured away.

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    katahdin July 25, 2015 at 10:35 am #

    Notorial Dissent:
    Does this make her the Dumbest Woman on the Internet, or did she get beat out for that one too?

    As long as Sarah Palin draws breath in this harsh world, the august title of Dumbest Woman on the Internets will rest nowhere else.

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    donna July 25, 2015 at 11:05 am #

    A funny from Kos: I hope he (President Obama) remembers to get me a snow globe from the Nairobi Airport gift shop. You shake it and it snows frivolous Orly Taitz lawsuits.

    When Houser finally left, the house had been nearly destroyed.

    “He junked the house,” Bone recalled. “Anything you could think to do to the house, he did it. He put cement down every sink, every lavatory, every commode, every bathtub. He took dead fish and chicken and put it in the air-conditioning vent. He went around every receptacle, every switch and painted it with purple epoxy.”

    John Swearingen, a former attorney in Columbus, said Houser attempted in 1989 to hire a man named Robert Penad — who ended up being a police informant — to set Swearingen’s Third Avenue law office on fire because Swearingen’s firm represented a movie theater that showed pornography.

    Ed Hostilo said Houser immediately started complaining about the Obama administration and decrying the attack on Confederate heritage.

    “He said people were out to destroy the Confederacy, that they want to destroy our heritage,” Hostilo recalled. “And I said, ‘Who?’ and he said, ‘the homosexuals.’ ”

    http://theadvocate.com/news/12997489-123/authorities-lafayette-theater-gunman-john