It reads: Dear lord, this year you took my favorite actor, Patrick Swayzie. You took my favorite actress, Farah Fawcett. You took my favorite singer, Michael Jackson. I just wanted to let you know, my favorite president is Barack Obama. Amen.
I just feel like it's crossing a line to wish death upon someone, and that's what this group is saying.
I sometimes have a sense of humor that borderlines on mean (some of us call it sarcastic, but sometimes you cross a line). And sometimes I make fun of people who probably don't deserve it (but never the disabled or ill). And sometimes I laugh when someone falls down (but only after I know they are okay, because falling can REALLY hurt).
But to wish death upon someone?? That seems a bit harsh. There is no one in this entire world I would ever say that about. And there are people who think this is okay apparently. It's really sad. I was not a fan of the last president and I admit that I shared a lot of jokes about that man and how he speaks ,and how he had trouble exiting rooms sometimes, and how he led us into a war we shouldn't have been in (wait, that wasn't a joke-it was a bad dream that became reality)...but I don't recall ever wishing the man was dead.
That just doesn't seem funny....