This post tells you many things: but please take away from it just one big thing
What do we know about the massacre at the Sikh temple in Wisconsin?
We know that the shooter was an Army veteran who carried out his murders with a legally purchased handgun.
He had plenty of role models.
He had a 9/11 tattoo and used to play in a racist skinhead band.
He murdered six Sikhs. He also shot one police officer to death and critically wounded another, who is however expected to survive.
Apart from police officers, those he shot were all Sikhs, suggesting a religious motive for the attack: hence police are describing it as an act of domestic terrorism.
Some soi-disant "Americans" are unhappy that this massacre has been deemed an act of terrorism (because it was carried out by a white person, so obviously it was no more terrorism than Anders Breivik's justifiable homicides). Here is commenter "revereridesagain" at BareNakedIslam (where Bonni herself has utterly ignored the shooting, presumably for the reason mentioned):
Is everyone following the nauseating MSM coverage of the shooting at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin? So far the police are coyly referring to it as “domestic terrorism” because the shooter had a 9/11 tattoo. I’m sure they are scouring the internet looking for a Tea Party member name that matches his, same as they did in Aurora. We will, of course, be hearing for days and weeks how this is all the fault of “Islamophobia”, just as the MSM has been using Aurora to ramp up the drumbeat for gun control. (Sounds like the fault was stupidity, if this fool hadn’t learned the difference between Sikhs and Muslims in 11 years.)
If that last sentence doesn't chill you I don't know what will. So if Wade Michael Page had correctly identified six unarmed Muslims to shoot he would have committed no "fault"? Not even when he pumped eight bullets at close range into a cop? I have no idea whether he thought he was shooting Muslim or whether (like Bonni) he didn't give a shit provided they had brown skin and turbans. And you know what: I don't care who he thought he was killing. I care a lot that he killed them.