A day after posting the message, Malzone said he stands by what he said. He clarified that he doesn’t want anyone to die, and the cancer reference was more to make a point that he wants them to feel the pain being inflicted on Americans being overburdened by taxes.
“I didn’t wish for anyone to die, but I said I do wish for them to feel our pain,” he said. “No one cares about me, they all make their promises and then go do what they goddamn feel.”
He later apologized for his remarks, saying "I can't believe how angry I was." Indeed.
The Supremes and their latest ruling
One guy found to be grueling
He said, "Here's the answer -
I hope they get cancer!"
But later he said, "I's just fooling".