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J. Eric Fuller’s Profile: A few answers and many questions

J. Eric Fuller

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.

About Me:


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.


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38 Responses to “J. Eric Fuller’s Profile: A few answers and many questions”

  1. Eric Fuller Arrested for Death Threats at Town Hall Meeting
    http://www.kgun9.com/global/story.asp?s=13849741

    TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) -The meeting room at St. Odilia’s Catholic Church on the city’s northwest side was packed with local dignitaries, witnesses to the mass shooting Jan. 8, some of the witnesses to the shootings and the first responders to the scene for a taping of an ABC-TV special, a town hall event, at 11 a.m. Saturday. Host of the program, This Week, is Christianne Amanpour. The show will air at 7 a.m. Sunday on KGUN9-TV.

    Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was shot in the head at close range last Saturday by a lone gunman. She survived. A total of six people were killed. Nineteen were shot.

    Jared Loughner, 22, a former Pima Community College student, is the sole suspect in the shootings. He is in FBI custody.

    Toward the end of the town hall meeting Saturday morning, one of the shooting victims, J. Eric Fuller, took exception to comments by two of the speakers: Ariz. state Rep. Terri Proud, a Dist. 26 Republican, and Tucson Tea Party spokesman Trent Humphries.

    According to sheriff’s deputies at the scene, Fuller took a photo of Humphries and said, “You’re Dead.”

    Deputies immediately escorted Fuller from the room.

    Pima County Sheriff’s spokesman Jason Ogan said later Saturday that Fuller has been charged with threats and intimidation and he also will be charged with disorderly conduct.

    Among the dignitaries at the town hall taping were Mayor Bob Walkup, U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva and former Congressman Jim Kolbe.

    ABC News dubbed the town hall, “After the Tragedy: An American Conversation Continued.”

    A press released stated that the event will restart the conversation that Giffords began. “Among those who will join the Town Hall: family members of victims, citizens who took heroic action and community leaders,” the press release stated.

    A KGUN9 News crew was at the town hall. KGUN9 will air a report on KGUN9 News Saturday at 5 p.m. and 10 p.m.

    Saturday’s 10 p.m. newscast will be a one hour 9 On Your Side special report entitled, “One Week Later.”

  2. To quote my wife, “Geepers!”

    This guy has the audacity to tell a fellow, “You’re dead” and then bellyache that Boehner, Beck, Palin, et al are so vitriolic that they are somehow responsible for Loughner’s slaughter?

    The disconnect between these liberals’ minds and reality seems larger and larger as each day goes by.

    And I have to agree with Dr. Theo’s closing remarks. While I knew a few liberals in the military and a few liberal vets after I got out, most military and veterans, while not perfect, don’t run around smearing innocent people for the actions of a nutcase.

  3. Thanks for the update, Gina. I just hope the Left gets behind this character who clearly is about as deranged as the shooter. I wonder if Sheriff Dip***t will comment on Fuller’s arrest.

  4. Geepers, indeed!!! This guy, Fuller, takes the all-time cake!

  5. You’re welcome, Doc! On Free Republic, people were looking for information on this arrest, and someone posted a link to your column in a comment, so I added a comment here with the breaking news information about that fruit loop guy.

  6. When did Sarah Palin get ahold of him?

  7. Thanks for your service, Thor. I also served in combat with the 101st Airborne, Phu Bai, ’71-72. I get frustrated with the vets that have screwed-up their lives with drugs, alcohol, etc. and then claim that their problems were service related. Hundreds of thousands of Vietnam vets came home and put their lives together and never looked back. The same can be said for Korean vets and WWII vets. With perhaps a few exceptions I just don’t buy this crap of life-time disability because of military service. It’s a cop-out and a way to extract money for poor decisions.

  8. First of all thank you for your service:This is very sad/wrong what this vet said-shows we ALL should watch what we say to and about other people. How do you know he wasn’t in a war? How do YOU know what his Non-PHYSICAL injuries are(or need to know)? Why was that said ABOUT his diability in the first place? I AM very happy for your not having any P.T.S.D or other mental disorders of any kind. You admit NOW that you have PHYSICAL Disabilities due to your service and not 40yrs ago? or when YOU fought in a war? Should WE know ALL of YOUR MEDICAL PROFILE? PLEASE fill us in THOR-
    Doc
    Vietnam-69-70
    Combat Medic Badge,Purple Heart,Army Comm-etc

  9. You actually CALL yourself a DOCTOR???

  10. I sincerly apologize theo for NOT thanking you for your service
    I have been called Doc since I was a teenager in Vietnam(91B20

  11. What’s your point? Dr. Theo IS a doctor.

    As for the nutjob, Fuller, he is clearly messed up in his head, as are most hard-core liberals.

  12. HAHAHAHA!!!

  13. His babblings make jared’s seem sane! These crazed lefties are gonna come out of the woodwork now. Be careful everyone.

  14. “Began life as a computer operator, military service leading to non-physical disability”

    Translation; section 8

    Enough said.

  15. Good god man, we are born with the ultimate traumatic stress, get over it.

    Btw, I’m thinking P.T.S.D. is a term invented by psycho babblers and lawyers, just like second hand smoke hysteria.

  16. So being shot excuses Fuller’s death threat? Too bad the police weren’t familiar with this moral and legal fact. I’ll have to remember that the next time I get hurt: it entitles me to at least one illegal act within an unspecified but presumably short (at least a week) amount of time.

  17. He seems to know nothing of P.T.S.D. that was the point! I guess your right, it is hard-core liberals killing all these people-Please look up the definition of Liberal-then anti-liberal-It seems we make up new definitions of words and try and re-write history-the truth is FACTS-Facts are the TRUTH-I don’t know WHY the DEMS/Repugs keep drinking the cool-aid and letting the Elite Chicken-Hawk War Mongering Hypocrits who never served one day for their Country keep dividing US-the US-Please EVERYONE WAKE-UP

  18. 2nd Bn/502 Inf., 101st Airborne (Airmobile), Senior Combat Medic (91-C), Bronze Star. Most of my tour on FSB Normandy and FSB Bastogne.

  19. Weren’t you saying something earlier about cop-outs, Dr. Theo? :-)

  20. And thanks for your service, Doc. I was a 91-Charlie with the O-Deuce and have been “Doc” since then. Although I am now an MD, I take pride in being called “Doc,” a moniker that all us medics earned.

  21. It is you who needs to wake up. You’re hysterical. “Post-traumatic stress disorder”? How about people throughout history DEALING with the terrible things that happen in their lives and moving on to live their lives?

    I could claim PTSD from childhood sexual abuse, but I don’t! I would say that there are people who choose victimhood over the saving grace and power that God gives those who seek him, but it would likely be lost on you.

  22. God bless you, brother. Welcome home.

  23. Doc, your last comment to me has been rejected by the administrator, but I read it, and I am responding:

    My “lack of service” to my country? Are you saying that only you can fully understand the evil in this world?

    You incorrectly presume very much about me, so I will presume some things about you. It is YOU who, if you’ve actually read the Word of God, does not comprehend it. It is YOU who does not understand the amazing power of God to heal those who seek Him. It is YOU who does not understand the compassion that the Lord has for those who love Him, and even for those who DON’T love Him. It is YOU who does not understand that the Lord will heal His people who seek His face. It is YOU who does not understand that those who love the Lord will also have His compassion in their hearts toward other people–even those who are quite hard to love.

    There is MUCH more besides childhood sexual abuse that I’ve been through. I’ve made terrible decisions and done terrible things in my life, but the Lord has been here to catch me all the times I’ve fallen, and He has healed me. I’m the chiefest of sinners, and I am forgiven by God.

    You don’t know me, but I can spot you from a mile away.

  24. Doc, given his timeline I doubt that he was in at a time when he could get much PTSD. I’d like to know his MOS and some actual evidence that he was in the military before I consider much more. Too many fake veterans out there.

    And I’m pretty sure even in the time-frame he uses [1980-84?] for his ‘service’ they weren’t taking those who failed the psych tests. And I say this as one discharged for “physically unable to perform duties” but had to get a pre-release psych check anyway. I once had a piece of paper from Uncle saying I wasn’t crazy.

  25. Fuller was shot a week ago with a gun that never should have been sold to a mad man. In other words, Arizona’s laws and system for gun control failed in this particular case. Fuller watched as six people were killed and 13 people wounded with the gun that never should have been sold, himself one of the shooting victims. Shot twice, was Fuller. Then, he listens to speakers who say, let’s wait on talking about the problem that killed 6 and wounded 13. I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt: he was angry, stressed and probably irrational. Thank goodness that the gun laws of Arizona prevent people in the same situation from being able to buy guns and take them into public meetings. If the speakers had only explained all that, Fuller wouldn’t have been angry — after all, he has an intimate acquaintance with the results of Arizona gun laws.

  26. So how would you magically identify nutcases that went through high school, college and other institutions filled with “professionals” who all failed to recognize how profoundly disturbed Loughner was? Just outlaw all guns? Sorry, that’s not only counterproductive but unconstitutional.

    We could, of course, return to the code of objective moral values upon which our country was founded…but the liberals aren’t about to stand one second for that. Scratch the idea of promoting a culture that respects human life, too; liberals are too eager to kill inconvenient children and euthanize the old and infirm to ever credibly promote an atmosphere of respect for innocent human life.

    So being angry like Fuller was makes it okay to make a death threat against someone? Does getting shot make it okay to make a death threat against someone? If so, you seriously need some help yourself. If not, then the latter half of your paragraph was senseless.

  27. Please read your first post to my first post-whom accused whom of what-read the last 7 words of YOUR post, I agreed with you til that point-why the hate?

  28. God Bless you Doc. Thank you for your service. I had a friend die recently (Nam Vet Purple heart). With that said, these idiots don’t have a leg to stand on. We are in a battle with good vs evil. I think you can understand what I mean.

  29. “Why the hate”? There’s your leftist code word. “Hate” is used by leftists to describe the TRUTH. Nothing I have said to you could possibly be construed by thinking people to be “hate.” And, you will not get away with that stupid “hate” accusation here.

    Doc, the fact is that our world is indeed divided. The division is between the forces of good and evil. There is no reconciling the two. The “why can’t we all get along” question is easily answered: we can’t. There can be no unity between light and darkness, between good and evil. None.

    “And if it seems evil to you to serve the Lord, choose you this day whom you will serve; whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the flood, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land you dwell: but as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.” (Joshua 24:15)

  30. Liberals are usually chicken when it comes to taking a moral stand, but as some have proved, don’t have a problem taking an immoral stand.

  31. Joe Zamudio was also present at the shooting in Tucson and helped subdue the shooter. In an interview with MSNBC’s Ed Schultz he volunteers his opinion about gun control. I don’t think Schultz saw it coming.
    http://www.moonbattery.com/archives/2011/01/tucson-hero-joe.html

  32. dr theo

    Let me ask you something.I have thought that the Vietnam Agent Orange thing was always a bunch of hooey . Agree / Disagree ?

  33. I like the way you think…. I do!