Check out this item from the Daily Caller

Former congressman and libertarian icon Ron Paul tweeted a startling reaction to the death of SEAL sniper Chris Kyle on Monday:

Chris Kyle’s death seems to confirm that “he who lives by the sword dies by the sword.” Treating PTSD at a firing range doesn’t make sense

— Ron Paul (@RonPaul) February 4, 2013

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Kyle and a friend were both killed by a veteran struggling with PTSD while working with him at a gun range on Saturday.

The former Marine, Eddie Ray Routh, turned his weapon on the other two men and shot them at close range, according to news accounts.

How DARE He make that heartless, unappreciative tweet. Chris Kyle was a decorated war hero who risked his life to save Dr. Paul’s racist/anti-Semitic ass. Kyle was killed by someone who he was trying to help, someone who’s severe case of PTSD warped his reality.

What is Ron Paul’s excuse for his warped reality?

Kyle’s nonprofit, FITCO Cares, provides at-home fitness equipment for emotionally and physically wounded veterans.

“Chris was literally the type of guy if you were a veteran and needed help he’d help you,” Cox said. “And from my understanding that’s what happened here. I don’t know how he came in contact with this gentleman, but I do know that it was not through the foundation.”

With the possible exception of the KKK what charity did Ron Paul ever support. 

Chris Kyle loved this country and what it stands for, he dedicated his life to helping others:

American war hero Chris Kyle fortuitously spoke of the legacy he wanted to leave just days before being shot dead by a fellow soldier he was mentoring.

“I would love for people to be able to think of me as a guy who stood up for what he believed in and helped make a difference for the vets,” he told the Texan News Service. “You know, somebody who cared so much about them that he wanted them taken care of.”

 Chris Kyle is a Hero.

Ron Paul is nothing but a bigot and a low-life scumbag!