Hate has no place
in our country. We have to get it to stop. This has been going on
for years, for years and years in our country and
we have to get it to stop. We have done much more
than most administrations [inaudible] we’re really not
talking about very much, but we’ve done, actually,
a lot, but perhaps, more has to be done. But this is also a mental
illness problem, if you look at both of
these cases, this is mental illness. These are really people
that are very, very seriously mentally ill. I just want to also thank
the law enforcement in both places. The job they’ve done is
incredible. I also want to congratulate
them. I mean, nobody could have done what they’ve done. This could have been,
as bad as it was, it could have been so
much worse. I just have to thank them.
The job they’ve done is incredible. They were right on the ball.
In El Paso, they were there so quickly and in Dayton,
in less than a minute. Think of the damage he did
in such a short period of time, in less than a minute. The law enforcement
acted and killed him and it would have been
unbelievable. It was horrible, but it would
have been so much worse. It could have been
so much worse.