AZ Shooting Victim James Eric Fuller was quite opinionated in his interview with Democracy Now, but it seems his barking moonbat bona fides go back several decades at least. He apparently has some kind of fascination with hypnosis as revealed by his page on Hypnothoughts.com, “the fastest growing hypnosis community in the world.”
Mr. Fuller has posted a profile of himself that is itself intriguing, providing a few answers and raising even more questions about who this man really is.
In answer to the questions on his profile, Fuller responds:
What are you looking for on this site?
“Kindred spirits and an opportunity to advocate my personal agenda promoting social justice and common sense.”
A hypnosis community seems a rather peculiar place to look for fellow travelers seeking “social justice and common sense,” but maybe not. What I have observed to be examples of “social justice,” as the phrase is commonly used, are generally not compatible with common sense,
Areas of Specialty:
I use extraordinary persuasive charisma to interest blase, apathetic, oblivious and at times hostile voters to listen to the voice of justice and consanguinity. My experiences encountering public figures and many affluent travelers in person has led me to believe that we all are to blame for George W. Bush.
With a high opinion of his powers of persuasion and a penchant for insinuating himself at public appearances of the rich and famous he apparently believes that his grievances with President Bush are everyone’s fault. I know; it doesn’t make any sense to me either.
Non-deep pocket with a lot of heart. Began life as a computer operator, military service leading to non-physical disability, unable to resume career, left main stream and lived in small towns for a decade studying library books and piano, moved into Tucson in 1994 and worked as a Chauffeur for most of 10 years, presented state-wide initiatives at libraries, worked elections, in ’09 worked at the Census Bureau as a field rep and a clerk. Non drinker for one year, non smoker for 40 years.
I guess he means he doesn’t have much money—even with a disability check from Uncle Sam. What other kind of disability is there if not physical? …Oh yeah… I get it. Sorry. It’s probably something he doesn’t like to talk about. He dropped out for ten years to “study library books and piano,” to emerge refreshed and ready to live his dream. He became a chauffeur, an activist, then a federal employee. He has been a non-drinker for one year. What was he before that?
I’m sorry, but Mr. Fuller doesn’t seem to be the kind of veteran that I meet with down at the VFW. His eagerness to place blame on others and his apparent hatred, or at least ignorance, of the Constitution would put him at odds with most American military veterans. I respect and thank all my comrades that have served their country, whether in combat or not. But, if Mr. Fuller’s opinions are to be accepted because he is a Vet, then we should know more about his service and his disability.