Talk:Amy Bishop

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In case anyone disagrees with the "socialist" label placed by one of the students about Bishop at, here is the entry for May 19, 2009[1]:

"This class was great. Bishop makes the class interesting by talking about her research and her friends research. That speaker she had for class was hard to understand but smart. She expects a lot and you need to come to every class and study. She is hot but she tries to hide it. And she is a socalist (sic) but she only talks about it after class." Karajou 13:44, 19 February 2010 (EST)
You never know, RobS, maybe "socalist" wasn't a misspelling, and she just really likes Southern California. ;) JDWpianist 14:21, 19 February 2010 (EST)
Technically, though, it's only one student that accused her of being a socialist, so "students" is incorrect.--Whizkid 17:00, 19 February 2010 (EST)
  • A family source said Bishop, a mother of four children - the youngest a third-grade boy - was a far-left political extremist ... [2]

What we're wondering here is whether her political / economic views have any bearing on her recent behavior. It's just like wondering whether the shooting death of her brother (for which she was not charged) has any bearing. --Ed Poor Talk 17:31, 19 February 2010 (EST)

Well we know that liberals & atheists, without God tend to more mental illness and illogical thinking, Ed. I think there is no doubt that living without God and the support mechanism a Christian community provides, contributed to her continuing out of control violent outbursts....that and a lack of professional care. --ṬK/Admin/Talk 17:54, 19 February 2010 (EST)
Dateline June 10, 2009, Huffington Post: "Among the myriad of disturbing qualities of James Von Brunn, the 88-year-old man who shot and killed a security officer inside the Holocaust Museum on Wednesday, is his apparent belief that Barack Obama is not a citizen of the United States..."[3]"
Ok, tell me now, what is the difference between a "belief," and an "apparent belief." The article then cashes in: "a "birther" mindset is more a symptom of extremism than a cause." We should take these observations to heart. Rob Smith 20:21, 19 February 2010 (EST)