Disgusting. AP Goes There… Blames Palin & Tea Party For Shootings By Marx-Supporting Liberal Lunatic

Friends described shooter Jason Loughner as “far left” and “liberal.”
For some reason that did not make the AP story.

Federal Judge John M. Roll, a Bush appointee, was among the people fatally shot outside Safeway grocery store in Tucson yesterday.

The Associated Press thought about the shootings in Arizona by a Marx-supporting, liberal, anti-government lunatic and placed blame squarely at the feet of the tea party and Sarah Palin.

Please don’t ever believe that you are being fed nothing but liberal talking points when you turn to the state-run media for answers.
This was disgusting.
They even quote that liberal Pima County Sheriff Dupnik as if he’s an expert on national discourse.
The Associated Press reported:

The nation’s caustic political climate has become a suspect of sorts in the rampage that left six dead and a lawmaker critically injured in Arizona. Already, appeals are being heard to tone down the rhetoric.

The captured suspect’s motives remain unknown despite his online diatribes betraying resentment of the government and a scattered state of mind. Still, scrutiny is intensifying on how much is too much, and how hot is too hot, in political debate.

The attack on Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and those who were with her might be the work of “a single nut,” said Democratic Rep. Raul Grijalva, whose Arizona district shares Tucson with Giffords’ district. But he said the nation must assess the fallout of “an atmosphere where the political discourse is about hate, anger and bitterness.”

In Washington, lawmakers from both parties were deeply shaken and the House’s newly installed Republican leaders postponed Wednesday’s scheduled vote to repeal the new health care law. That divisive issue was at the center of the harshest criticisms of Giffords and many other Democrats for the past two years.

The chief law enforcement official in the House, Sergeant-at-Arms Bill Livingood, said the Tucson attack did not appear to be part of a larger threat against Congress. Still, as a precaution, he advised each House member’s office in an e-mail Saturday evening to get in touch with local law enforcement.

Washington and the nation have experienced a year or more of raw politics, with anger spilling over on both sides and gun-related metaphors coming loosely from the lips of some candidates and activists. Giffords, who had been a figurative target of the right, warned months ago that the verbal assaults were beyond the pale and could have dire results.

In Pima County, Ariz., Sheriff Clarence Dupnik suggested “all this vitriol” in recent discourse might be connected to Saturday’s shootings. “This may be free speech,” he told reporters, “but it’s not without consequences.”

Jonathan Cowan, president of the centrist Democratic group Third Way, said: “We do know that politics has become too personal, too nasty and perhaps too dangerous. Perhaps out of this senseless act some sense can return to our public discourse.”

Many lawmakers, especially Democrats, felt the 2009-2010 debate over health care sometimes got out of hand. It began with emotional town hall meetings in the summer of 2009, when some critics warned of government “death panels.”

Giffords, 40, was among lawmakers who reported 42 threats or acts or vandalism in the first three months of 2010, a big increase over the previous year, law enforcement officers said. Nearly all the threats dealt with the massive health care bill that Giffords and other Democrats enacted over fierce Republican opposition.

In March, someone kicked in or shot out a glass door and side window at Giffords’ office in Tucson, a few hours after the House passed the health care measure with her help.

Giffords also was among about 20 Democrats opposed in last fall’s elections by Sarah Palin, the 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee. Palin’s Facebook page in March posted a U.S. map with the cross-hairs of a gun scope imposed over each of the 20 Democrats’ districts. Gun imagery appeared in various ways in the campaign, often not connected at all with gun rights.

“We’re on Sarah Palin’s targeted list,”
Giffords said at the time. “The way that she has it depicted has the crosshairs of a gun sight over our district. When people do that, they’ve got to realize there are consequences to that action.”

Palin’s Facebook page after the shooting extended condolences to Giffords’ family and the other victims.

The suspected shooter, Jared Loughner, complained about the government online and spoke of matters involving currency, terrorism and “mind control.” But what might have driven him to violence has not been established.

In typical state-run media fashion they left out important details and projected violence on the right.
What a disgusting display of bias.

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  • NC Cop

    Oh, this is just the beginning. It will get worse after this and the dems will use this to impose all kinds of new “laws”.

    Just wait for the influx of moronic left wingers who will infest this post to blame conservatives for what happened.

    5..4..3..2..1..

  • aprilnovember811

    This needs to be exposed for what it is. THEY ARE TRYING TO INCITE VIOLENCE AGAINST SARAH PALIN. THAT IS WHAT THIS IS. IT’S GLARING.

  • Conservative to the Core

    “Loughner registered to vote for the first time in 2006, said Chris Roads, Pima County’s registrar of voters. He registered as an independent and last voted in the 2008 general election”.

    http://azstarnet.com/news/local/crime/article_78272a23-fe75-5bee-ba38-f8171cda3fb7.html

  • a former democrat

    ya know, 2 years ago, I would have fallen for AP’s i.e. American Propoganda’s leftist storyline 100%.

    But AP did the same nonsense against a democrat candidate I supported — Hillary, the whole RFK perseverence example she used for staying in the primaries, and she was torn apart for it; it was almost like it was all coordinated by the liberal media, ABC, NBC, SeeBS, CNN, MSNBC.

    That is when I realised, yes my conservative friends are completely correct, there is a leftist agenda and its blatant in the “mainstream” media.

    I doubt this leftist agenda is fooling anyone anymore or convincing anyone anymore.
    The leftist media can push this all this want, the democrats can push this all this can, it will not work.

    Hillaryis44.org as well as Hillbuzz.org prove it. Hillbuzz certainly was a democrat site who are now consitutional conservative Independents.

    Prayers to all the victims, this was not a crime against a dem or a repub, the victims were of both parties, this was against the American way, the Tea Party constitutional conservative way.

    God Bless all the victims whose lives now have been forever changed. And God Bless America.

  • GrayRider

    Have you seen the shooter’s favorite video on his YouTube account titled: “America: Your Last Memory in a Terrorist Country”? It looks to be self produced. It’s hardly the work of a Tea Partier or Conservative. Here it is if you can stomach it:
    http://www.youtube.com/user/Classitup10#p/a/f/0/3L1lsLU-kUw

  • aprilnovember811

    The attack on Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and those who were with her might be the work of “a single nut,” said Democratic Rep. Raul Grijalva, whose Arizona district shares Tucson with Giffords’ district. But he said the nation must assess the fallout of “an atmosphere where the political discourse is about hate, anger and bitterness.”

    Yes, by all means Mr. Grijalva, speak to your Mr. Obama/Soetoro or whatever his name is. He is the community agitator sending the SEIU to people’s homes. He is the one who said “If they bring a knife we bring a gun,” and “Get in their faces.” Talk to him. How about you talk to Frances Piven of Cloward/Piven fame who just the other day called for a violent revolution for the jobless that her man Obama created. How about you do that.
    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/frances-fox-piven-rings-in-the-new-year-by-calling-for-violent-revolution/

  • Bill Mitchell

    “Tone down the rhetoric” can be translated as, “Stop telling people that we are a bunch of left-leaning Socialists because everyone is realizing you are right and we are getting creamed in the elections…”

    The libs are always the same. It’s just like Manmade Global Warming – no matter what happens (more rain, less rain, more snow, less snow, warmer, colder) it is ALWAYS manmade global warming causing it. No matter that there has not been a single documented instance of any violence being carried out by a tea-partier, they keep up the same mantra – tea-partiers are violent and hate-filled.

    On the other hand, there have been MANY MANY MANY documented cases of violence being perpetrated by radical muslims and leftists, yet we are racists if we even bring it up.

    The left is all about labels and never about substance.

    Lucky for us, they refuse to learn from their mistakes. By continuing to beat the drum about how “violent tea-partiers” caused a left-wing communist nut-bag to kill people, they only further alienate the middle and ensure their relegation to the dustbin of political relevance. People aren’t stupid and they realize that this entire argument is a non sequitur of the highest order.

  • Greenshield

    From the AP story ” gun-related metaphors coming loosely from the lips of some candidates and activists.”
    Like Barrack Obama “They bring a knife we bring a gun”.

    If Bush had rammed down an unpopular government takeover of part of your lives, and someone whom voted for it got shot, whom would they blame? I am not any big W fan by any means, but just calling it as I see it.

  • aprilnovember811

    A Former Democrat,
    I used to be one too. It changed for me after 9/11. In the words of that other former Democrat Ronald Wilson Reagan, “I didn’t leave the party the party left me.” And it was a coordinated effort. The people running the government now are not Democrats but the Communist Party USA. It is William Ayers, Bernadine Dohrn, “Hanoi” Jane Fonda, Frances Piven, George Soror, Tom Hayden, all of the malcontents from the 1960’s.

  • Betsy Ross

    Lamar Alexander was on CNN this morning with dick durbin….dick, of course, blames the Tea Party and Sarah Palin for the shooting….Lame Lamar couldn’t even remember that it was barack obama who has plenty of violent references such as:
    wanting to know who’s @ss to kick
    putting a boot on the neck of BP
    if they bring a knife to a fight we bring a gun
    These comments are violent references…and they come from the POTUS….a DEMOCRAT

  • Bill Mitchell

    I am pretty much 100% sure that we can look forward to new polling done by the MSM that wil.l show a majority of American believe the Tea Party IS responsible for these shootings.

    Of course, the polling will VASTLY oversample Democrats even though Rasmussen says that republicans now outnumber Democrats by 4 points.

    ** Word to the MSM. NO ONE is listening to you anymore.

  • aprilnovember811

    I’m sorry I’m ranting here, but we can’t let them silence us. Stay focused. We need to continue what we are doing in a non violent fashion. We will not be silenced. Obama and the rest need to be destroyed in a non violent way and we will continue. There has been violence since the beginning of time and there always will be. We aren’t the party of hate they are.

  • PaleRyder

    This is not just media bias. This a cover-up mode for the crime of MURDER to protect the left from it’s accountability. The democrat spin machine and the media have stooped to a level none thought possible,ignoring the calls for death and gun violence from their president,from their number one democrat website and from the talking heads of democratic punditry. This is an alarming reaction for murder and a shameful attempt to deflect the blame. We are seeing an attempt at a total information coupe to try to change the blame for criminal actions that were directly encouraged by a sitting president. “Bring a gun” is totally unacceptable speech and hatefilled rhetoric from a president. I hope Obama is so ashamed of himself today he is to embarrassed to show his face in public. I,for one,am ashamed of for him and of him.

  • theBuckWheat

    Recall that it was the angry rhetoric of Karl Marx that directly lead to the deaths of over 100 million people.

  • nohype

    Those “cross hairs on a gun scope” are called “position indicators” by the unicode consortium, which assigns position 2316 to this character. This character is probably on some font on your computer so that the character can display correctly when it is used on a web page. Whoever did the map that Sarah Palin used probably thought using the position-indicator symbol to show position was the logical thing to do. Google “unicode 2316″ for more information the character.

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  • a former democrat

    “dick durbin….dick, of course, blames the Tea Party and Sarah Palin for the shooting…”

    well as a new Constututional Conservative Independent who used to be a lifelong dem until 2008, I can tell you for a fact that Dick Durbin was the person who coordinated the slime of the liberal media against Hillary Clinton when she was refusing to concede and then made the reference of how RFK was perserveing to finish his primaries for a nomination.

    This is a man I used to tremendously respect, this is a man I admired when I was still a democrat. Now it has been replaced by pure disgust.

    If the undemocratic party believes and wants to use this as a political tool, by all means do so, you will only drive more democrats out of the party and drive these newly registered Independents towards becoming constitutional conservatism.

  • aprilnovember811

    THEY ARE TRYING TO GET SARAH PALIN KILLED, AREN’T YOU DURBIN?

    HEY WHERE IS THAT BIRTH CERTIFICATE. DO YOU REMEMBER SARAH HERLIHY DURBIN? THAT LAW FIRM YOU’RE BOTH TIED TO, THAT SAID THE “NATURAL BORN PROVISION IS THE STUPIDEST PROVISION IN THE CONSTITUTION?” NOW I WONDER WHY SHE WOULD HAVE SAID THAT?

  • Andreas K.

    He would have done the same with a knife. Or with a self-made bomb.

    If someone wants to kill, he WILL kill. The only thing you can do is stop him quickly.

    I also love how everybody is responsible for it, except the shooter.

    Loughner took a gun and made a decision to shoot all these people. It was his choice and it is entirely his responsibility.

    Though, while we’re going at “evil” gun-related metaphors (what about crossbows and normal bows), what about Obama’s own, similar statements? We all remember: “If they bring a knife, we bring a gun.”

    And yes, I’m baaaack.

  • d_fitz

    Channel 7 Chicago did NOT call Loughner a liberal or a far-left extremist, they did point out that Giffords was target of “tea party” violence after the Obamacare vote.

  • Liz V

    Right wingers DON’t kill goverment officials! Its the left leaners who are disappointed in what the government HASN’T done for them. People don’t like to point this out. These Left-os feel the Government, in it’s handling of their matters, be it taxes or laws, has left them high and dry since they expect them to be taken care of.
    Conservatives recognize the limitations of government, and don’t feel kililng elected or appointed officials will improve anything. But this you don’t hear from the liberal media.

  • Laury

    Just reading these posts gives credence to why our country is in such deep trouble. The entrenched partisanship that has overtaken this country has done more to impede progress than any one President, political party, or interest group. Partisan politics have become so bitter, toxic and divisive that neither party has any interest in cooperating with the other even when the national interest demands it. BOTH parties have become so beholden to their political bases who have become bitterly antagonistic, professing loyalty to widely divergent cultural values. The hyper-partisan bickering that has hijacked public policy continues to be evident in forums such as this one where there are rants from BOTH sides, each blaming the other for a myriad of problems. Perhaps, we should look inwardly instead of constantly blaming the other side.

    Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth.
    Marcus Aurelius

  • Chisum

    Journalists urged caution after Ft. Hood, now race to blame Palin after Arizona shootings

    http://washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential/2011/01/journalists-urged-caution-after-ft-hood-now-race-blame-palin-afte

  • nano
  • Chisum

    When will America’s sanctimonious liberal elites stop whining about the Tea Party and finally accept they lost the midterms?

    http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/nilegardiner/100070991/when-will-americas-sanctimonious-liberal-elites-stop-whining-about-the-tea-party-and-finally-accept-they-lost-the-midterms/

  • Midwestengr

    #22

    Perhaps, we should look inwardly instead of constantly blaming the other side.

    Hey, great idea. Let’s start at the top. I’ll wait to for the POTUS to actually take the lead on that.

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  • PaleRyder

    The crying about the use of the “targets” by Palin on her map is ridiculous. The dnc,the dlc and the daily kos all used those or the bullseye one to show the politicians they wanted replace on their election maps. They were all using every inflammatory statement they could when talking about Bachman. She was their very own self-proclaimed number one TARGET. The media is fully aware of the use of these points by the democrats and their decision to lie about only Palin using them is why they are trying to protect the left from their part in calling for these crimes and encouraging the bringing of guns to these events.

  • Chisum
  • theBuckWheat

    When will America’s sanctimonious liberal elites stop whining about the Tea Party and finally accept they lost the midterms?

    Look how long it took them to get over Bush v Gore.

  • Laury

    @Nano

    You listed http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=41071 as an important read. The title “We cannot give lunatics editorial control of our discourse” sounded promising. Yet the article was nothing more than another anti-liberal rant. All of you are doing exactly the very thing you accuse the MSM of doing… demonizing a political movement, party, etc. for the maniacal acts of a truly sick individual. You are no better than they are if you really believe this nonsense…from EITHER side.

  • Bobbi

    Obviously, the Daily Kos blogger “”blue Boy” who wrote that Giffords is “dead to me” because she cast a vote against keeping Pelosi as Minority leader, has never reached the press.
    Well we all have screen shots. Not that it matters. Was he the 2nd accomplice? Where does a kid like this get the $400-450 to buy a Glock?

  • Granny

    I would more likely suspect that Blue Boy, who states he is from Tucson, is himself the shooter. Though I suppose if you give credence to his life narrative (I don’t – call it gut instinct) he could be the older second suspect.

  • you keep using the word liberal. i do not think it means what you think it means.

  • Granny

    #
    #34 January 9, 2011 at 9:37 am
    xian commented:

    you keep using the word liberal. i do not think it means what you think it means.
    _______

    Who is “you”?

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  • Ditto

    One of their own kills many people, and we know they cant face that down. They challenged their thugs and morons to do just this! Obama did just this! He encourages SEIU to be thugs and for people to get “in their faces” and when they do what they were “told” to do, they blame the Tea Party.

    Of course they do! They wanted “their own” to shoot and destroy the “other” party members. They didnt think it through enough to understand that it might come back on them! They just assumed that some sadistic bastards like this guy would never go after them. You would think there is a lesson to be learned here.

    Many Americans are angry at this regime. But for centuries there has been political anger and the mantra “cant we just all get along” never works when they pass garbage as law, use the MSM against us, plot to destroy the American way of freedom and patriotism that we all grew up on. To expect us to just sit back and not say anything but play nice and pass out flowers while they screw us over is not the way our country was founded. The hippie days are over.

    Take the blame where it sits, and shut the hell up or tell the truth. Conservatives and Tea Party people are not like this sicko, we do NOT go to govt meetings to kill people. We protect our own. We protect our property, we protect our country through the rule of law. We come out in force for elections when we have been wronged to correct the travesty that has been the left and their nanny mind think.

    Once again the MSM is going to warp the minds of people that dont look close enough at what has actually happened and the blood is on their hands. And then they wonder why people are angry!

  • Andreas K.

    #32 Bobbi

    Maybe another straw purchase, like it happened with the Columbine shooters?

    Let me remind you all:

    The Columbine shooters were not old enough to buy their shotguns and rifle from a licensed dealer because they were not yet 18. They recruited their friend Robyn Anderson, age 18, to buy the guns for them at the Tanner gun show in Colorado. The killers specifically looked for an unlicensed seller so there would be no paperwork or background check. Anderson stated in testimony to the Colorado legislature, “It was too easy. I wish it had been more difficult. I wouldn’t have helped them buy the guns if I had faced a background check” (Congressional Record – Senate, 2000)

    That was a straw purchase and, going by my sources, that violates federal law.

    Maybe we have something like that at hand here as well? It has happened before. It can happen again.

  • Andreas K.

    #23 xian

    I don’t think you know either.

  • angryamerican

    #22

    “Perhaps, we should look inwardly instead of constantly blaming the other side.

    #26

    “Hey, great idea. Let’s start at the top. I’ll wait to for the POTUS to actually take the lead on that.”

    You bring up a perfect point – both of you.

    The viral political divide is generated right from the top by someone that promised “bipartisanship” and to “bring the country together”.

    This president has done more to divide this country politically, racially, economically, religiously, morally, sexually, and a host of other hot points. More than any president we have EVER had in history. Why?

    The Alinsky model of “Divide and Conquer”.

    Laury, I challenge you to provide a point at which this president has actually made an effort to bring this nation together.

  • Laury

    37: Again, you are doing exactly the very thing you accuse the MSM of doing… demonizing a political movement, party, etc. for the maniacal acts of a truly sick individual. You are no better than they are if you really believe this nonsense…from EITHER side.

    While it is true that “Conservatives and Tea Party people are not like this sicko, we do NOT go to govt meetings to kill people”, neither do most sane people REGARDLESS of their political affiliation. To blame an action like this on ANY one political party or ideology is pointless and ignorant.

  • Laury

    #40 – I think you are giving far too much power to one individual. As President, he does not act alone. I think that the political climate that has existed for the past several years, practically since I became a voter, has continually deteriorated. It cannot be blamed on one party, one POTUS, but through a series of events that built up, and then fell like dominoes, taking all of us with it. Do you think that some of the more vocal Obstructionists in Congress had absolutely nothing to do with this? Bipartisanship can only work when when BOTH parties attend to it.

    I think it is somewhat ironic that you bring up Alinsky because he always resisted political affiliations and labels. He was about community organizing, and his book Rules for Radicals was even endorsed by Dick Cheney as a way of beating the Left at their own game.

  • Ditto

    Ahh, the truth hurts. Spin the truth so it doesnt affect one party, and blame the other even if they are innocent of any wrongdoing. Yes, thats the way the left do it. Truth has nothing to do with it, take the opportunity to destroy a political party that is completely innocent.

    And you wonder why people are angry. There is no gray area here. Its clearly black and white. The Tea Party is not violent, and had nothing what so ever to do with this. This creep is a far left whacko..deal with it.

  • Laury

    @ Ditto. You are correct the Tea Party had nothing to do with this. But neither did the Democratic Party, the Libertarian Party, the Green Party, or the Republican Party. It is the mental instability of a sick individual. Start placing blame where it really should be. Blaming it on the Left only makes you sink to their level.

  • Ditto

    Geez…this guy is a far left nutcase, his classmates and others have already said he is, and then the MSM goes on to blame the Tea Party. What else is there to say?

    He was upset that she voted against Nancy Pelosi. It was Obama that said if they bring a knife we bring a gun. It was not the right, or the Tea Party that said any of these things. It was not the right that committed this horrible crime.

    We need to STOP sugar coating this and act like adults. We know where this came from.

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  • Radegunda

    Laury, you seem to be missing the point.

    We are mostly criticizing the disgraceful cynicism and dishonesty of the Democrats — from top media people to well-known politicians and even a sheriff in Arizona — who IMMEDIATELY, without knowing anything about the killer, blamed the Tea Party, Palin, Limbaugh, and (by inference) virtually anyone who has ever publicly objected to the policies that Democrats have forced on us, or objected to Democrats’ refusal to defend our borders.

    We are mostly criticizing the despicable way that Democrats are, again, exploiting an atrocity as a way of trying to delegitimize ANY opposition to their agenda.

    And we are pointing out their flagrant hypocrisy, by recalling the hateful rhetoric and violent metaphors and even violent actions that regularly come from the left but are assiduously swept under the rug by the Democrat-controlled media.

    Leftists do not believe their opponents should have the right of free speech. They do not believe it should be permissible to oppose their coercive agenda.

    That’s the nub of the issue.

  • Chisum

    Markos Moulitsas Blames Palin for Giffords Shooting — But There’s Just One Problem: Kos Put a Bulls Eye on Giffords

    Don’t miss the comments.

    For example: Did you know that the name “Moulitsas” translates literally as “the little female bastard’s child” in Greek?

    http://patterico.com/2011/01/08/markos-blames-palin-for-giffords-shooting-but-theres-just-one-problem-daily-kos-put-a-bulls-eye-on-giffords-too/

  • Stuart

    LIBERAL: Its George Bushes fault!

    MSM: Idiot, get with the program its Sarah Palin’s fault.

    LIBERAL: Oh right, right, Sorry, It’s Sarah Palins fault.

    MSM: And don’t forget the Tea Party.

    LIBERAL: Right,… and the Tea Party’s fault.
    Did I do all right?

    MSM Yes, that will be enough for now.

    LIBERAL: Thank you boss.

  • Stephanie

    DIANE SAWYER (20/20, October 3, 2008): “Like Cindy McCain, Michelle Obama has also been in the political crosshairs. That comment she made in two stump speeches in Wisconsin one day….”

    CHRIS CUOMO (GMA, November 2, 2006): “Senator John Kerry is keeping a low profile after apologizing for remarks that put him in the political crosshairs of both political parties and the President….”

    Add two more hateful teabaggers to the list of folks who recklessly incited violence…

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  • POT KILLS

    It’s disgusting how Democrats blame conservatives for everything that Democats do or have done in the past. And equally troubling is how many RINO liberal Republicans cover for them.
    Get on your donkeys and ride…

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  • AuntieMadder

    Andreas K. commented:
    “He would have done the same with a knife. Or with a self-made bomb.

    If someone wants to kill, he WILL kill. The only thing you can do is stop him quickly.

    I also love how everybody is responsible for it, except the shooter.

    Loughner took a gun and made a decision to shoot all these people. It was his choice and it is entirely his responsibility.”

    This and Henry Hawkins’ opinion as a professional forensic psychologist (psychiatrist?) are the smartest things I’ve read today.

  • AuntieMadder

    It’s more than obvious that the state run media have already decided to pin this on Palin and on the “rhetoric” that’s come from the right. Surely, this helps their Marxist buddies in the Demonrat party but there’s something more in it for them. It may very well help put their new and only competitors, who, although new to the game are putting them out of business: the citizen journalists of the Internet.

  • Latin2

    1. The shooter had a letter in his safe sent to him by the Congresswoman. That was in 2007 way before the immigration debate, Sarah Palin, Obama, and the Tea Party.

    2. The shooter went to a gathering hosted by the Congresswoman. That was in 2007 way before the immigration debate, Sarah Palin, Obama, and the Tea Party.

    So he already was fixated on her before all of these incidents that the Left is using.

    The shooter reminds me of those other crazys who fixate on a woman and then act out. Like David Chapman who was fixated on Jodie Foster or the guy was fixated on the young actress on Mork and Mindy, stalked her and then killed her.

    So he apparently was stalking the congresswoman YEARS before the Tea Party, Sarah Palin, and the Immigration debate.

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