The week-long manhunt for alleged cop-killer Christopher Dorner has come to a fiery end in the smoldering ruins of a vacation cabin east of Los Angeles. Good – none too soon. Dorner murdered four people in cold blood, and, if reports of his demise hold up, his death saves already tapped-out California taxpayers the cost of trying, convicting, incarcerating and eventually executing him.
That right there is enough to discredit them and their cause for all time and all eternity, not to mention mark them in my book. To be safe, I did a print screen of their comments, and I’ll follow up.
Science-fiction author Robert Heinlein once wrote, “The trouble with conspiracies is that they rot internally.” Maybe that’s because the people at the center of them are rotten themselves.
Stupid machinations by people of like-kind who are described by something else Heinlein wrote:
“You have attributed conditions to villainy that simply result from stupidity.”