All ya need is love and maybe a nice smile, a few kind words and you will disarm the terrorists who want to disarm you--by removing your arms and head.
And if you believe that, you pass the National Idiot's Test.
Bono (read: Bozo) of U2 rock band fame, was dining on the terrace of La Petite Maison restaurant along with other celebrities including Elton John. The restaurant is only a half mile from where the Nice seafront attack took place on Bastille Day.
Mohamed Lahouaie Bouhlel drove his 19 ton truck into the crowd in Nice killing 84 and wounding over 200 others.
Armed anti-terrorism cops "rescued" Bono and the other fabulously famous along with the mayor of Nice.
The following day, U2 tweeted, signed by all four band members including Bono:
"Love is bigger than anything in its way."Wow. How profound. All ya need is love.
Of course, Bono, et al, probably meant well--they didn't mean to sound like naive fools, but they did.
It wasn't love that stopped that the jihadist who drove that truck into the crowd, it was the French police and their weapons that rescued them. Sure, the French police may have acted out of love of country and fellow man, but it was lead, not love, that stopped Bouhlel in his tire tracks.
But talking to liberals is like talking to the wall . . . or the Attorney General.