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After continuously hearing the hate and violence mongering from Sarah Palin, I knew that something absolutely atrocious was going to happen, and it happened yesterday to Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and 17 others. From day one, when Obama was running for president of the United States, nothing but the incitement of suspicion and violence has come out of Palin's mouth. This woman has a gift when it comes to spreading dissension, hatred and violence among the people. I have yet to hear one iota of knowledge or wisdom for the betterment of this country come from her horrible sarcastic and screeching voice.

Yes! Because of her constant innuendos for violence, I point my finger directly at her. I hope this country learns a lesson from this horrendous tragedy by sending all those in charge of law and order directly to the culprits who starts enticing their members to division through violence, and demand they shut their filthy mouths.

I am heartbroken and ENRAGED for what happened to so many innocent people in Tucson, AZ yesterday. The little nine year old girl being born on 911, and being murdered yesterday just shatters my heart.

Sarah Palin, among others, don't give a damn for our country, but only for a fist full of the almighty dollar!

Of course, Sarah Paling and those OTHERS didn't pull the trigger yesterday, but she sure did plant the seed into a COWARD like Jared Lee Loughner, and PLEASE don't excuse his actions by hinting that he's insane, because he is NOT! Jared Lougher is just a COWARD who knew exactly what he was doing, and after committing his dastardly acts, ran like a dog with his tail between his legs.

I blame these disgusting attention, hate and violence mongering poor excuses of human-beings for instilling violent ideas in people like Jared Lee Loughner ‘s mind the tragic events that happened yesterday:

Sarah Palin
Glen Beck
Jesse Kelly
Allen West
Sharron Angle
Bill O'reilly
Rush Limbaugh

Please listen carefully to these THREE Youtube videos!

Rep. Gabrielle Giffords On Sarah Palin's Rifle Crosshairs Graphic



Keith Olbermann Special Comment On Gabrielle Giffords Shooting


Sarah Palin Responsible For Gabrielle Gifford's Shooting?



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ayoub
Jan. 9th, 2011 07:13 pm (UTC)
It's a terrible tragedy...

*hugs you tight*
playgirl
Jan. 9th, 2011 07:50 pm (UTC)
Yes it is.

Hugs you back!
darkknightradic
Jan. 9th, 2011 07:35 pm (UTC)
The real tragedy is that you, of all people, would blame others for the violent actions of someone else. Goodbye.
playgirl
Jan. 9th, 2011 07:49 pm (UTC)
Respecting those whose opinions differ...
And yet another tragedy here is, that you would deny me the right to express my thoughts about the violent act that happened yesterday.

It looks like I am very different than you, because I feel you have every right to express you thoughts, no matter if they differ from mine. After all, isn't this what America's all about; listening with respect those differences with out saying "Goodbye" as you have stated here?
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Fox News... - playgirl - Jan. 10th, 2011 05:57 am (UTC) - Expand
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mistressmarilyn
Jan. 9th, 2011 08:25 pm (UTC)
It's so awful.

This country is in a bad place. There's no such thing as civil political debate anymore. We're now about hate-mongering, finger-pointing and shutting each other down for our differing opinions. Nobody 'reaches across the aisle' anymore. There's no real respect. And we're pretty much split right down the middle.

We've always had senseless violence, and assassination itself is nothing new. But these mass shootings are definitely part of our 'modern culture.'

I have to wonder how it got this way . . .
mistressmarilyn
Jan. 9th, 2011 08:28 pm (UTC)
Here's a link about insurrectionist violence that another of my friends posted . . . interesting.
This country is in a bad place... - playgirl - Jan. 10th, 2011 01:51 am (UTC) - Expand
daddy
Jan. 9th, 2011 09:20 pm (UTC)
Your Christmas card was returned to me, apparently you changed your po box, You did not tell us that you went to Sweetwater, Texas. at least that is the only way I could imagine you being so venomous again. Being around all those rattle snakes at the round-up. But then again listening to jackasses like Herr Olbermann and the rest of the kooks at MSNBC who are famous for attacking anyone who does not carry a "D" behind their names or are pawns of MoveOn.org and the founder of that organization George Soros, who's own socialist agenda of using unwary Americans as cannon fodder, is thriving.

Little one, you could not be more wrong if your life depended on it. Maybe one day you will see the error of your ways.

I still dare you to provide one piece of evidence to support any of your claims. In the mean time I will be waiting in the wings, but I will not be leaving like others have.

Hope you had a wonderful holiday season...


nebris
Jan. 9th, 2011 11:08 pm (UTC)
Judging from his Internet postings, Jared Lee Loughner is a delusional young man whose inner political landscape is a swamp of dystopian novels, left- and right-wing tracts, conspiracy theories, and contempt for his fellow human beings. He refers to the gold and silver standard; that doesn't make Ron Paul responsible for the shootings. He is fond of “Animal Farm”; George Orwell didn't guide the hand that pulled the automatic pistol's trigger. Marx and Hitler produced a lot of corpses, but not the ones in Tucson.

But the plate-glass window of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords’s office was shattered last March after the final health-care vote. Judge John Roll, who was among the dead, had received death threats and spent a month with a protection detail. Roll was apparently a bystander to Loughner’s intended target—and maybe the gunman had no idea why he was aiming for Giffords either, maybe he didn't know how she voted on health care or what her position on Arizona’s draconian immigration law was. It would be a kind of relief if Loughner operated not out of any coherent political context but just his own fevered brain.

But even so, the tragedy wouldn't change this basic fact: for the past two years, many conservative leaders, activists, and media figures have made a habit of trying to delegitimize their political opponents. Not just arguing against their opponents, but doing everything possible to turn them into enemies of the country and cast them out beyond the pale. Instead of “soft on defense,” one routinely hears the words “treason” and “traitor.” The President isn't a big-government liberal—he's a socialist who wants to impose tyranny. He's also, according to a minority of Republicans, including elected officials, an impostor. Even the reading of the Constitution on the first day of the 112th Congress was conceived as an assault on the legitimacy of the Democratic Administration and Congress.

This relentlessly hostile rhetoric has become standard issue on the right. (On the left it appears in anonymous comment threads, not congressional speeches and national T.V. programs.) And it has gone almost entirely uncriticized by Republican leaders. Partisan media encourages it, while the mainstream media finds it titillating and airs it, often without comment, so that the gradual effect is to desensitize even people to whom the rhetoric is repellent. We’ve all grown so used to it over the past couple of years that it took the shock of an assassination attempt to show us the ugliness to which our politics has sunk.

The massacre in Tucson is, in a sense, irrelevant to the important point. Whatever drove Jared Lee Loughner, America's political frequencies are full of violent static.

http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/georgepacker/2011/01/judging-from-his-internet-postings.html#ixzz1AaA00d61
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I do have anwsers.... - nebris - Jan. 10th, 2011 01:18 am (UTC) - Expand
Re: I do have anwsers.... - daddy - Jan. 10th, 2011 04:38 am (UTC) - Expand
Re: I do have anwsers.... - nebris - Jan. 10th, 2011 07:38 am (UTC) - Expand
Re: I do have anwsers.... - daddy - Jan. 10th, 2011 07:05 pm (UTC) - Expand
Re: I do have anwsers.... - nebris - Jan. 10th, 2011 07:10 pm (UTC) - Expand
Re: I do have anwsers.... - daddy - Jan. 10th, 2011 09:33 pm (UTC) - Expand
I have read your little manifesto... - nebris - Jan. 11th, 2011 03:38 am (UTC) - Expand
Re: I have read your little manifesto... - daddy - Jan. 11th, 2011 03:21 pm (UTC) - Expand
MY little world of hate and misery? - nebris - Jan. 11th, 2011 10:32 pm (UTC) - Expand
truth is, you're a liar and blowhard... - nebris - Jan. 11th, 2011 11:08 pm (UTC) - Expand
And check dis out, ofey... - nebris - Jan. 11th, 2011 11:25 pm (UTC) - Expand
And ultimately - nebris - Jan. 11th, 2011 11:44 pm (UTC) - Expand
PS: Sentence Structure? - nebris - Jan. 11th, 2011 03:42 am (UTC) - Expand
Re: PS: Sentence Structure? - daddy - Jan. 11th, 2011 03:10 pm (UTC) - Expand
PPS - nebris - Jan. 11th, 2011 04:16 am (UTC) - Expand
However.... - nebris - Jan. 10th, 2011 08:22 am (UTC) - Expand
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I have the same hopes... - playgirl - Jan. 10th, 2011 02:56 am (UTC) - Expand
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docjeff
Jan. 9th, 2011 09:27 pm (UTC)
Insane or not, that guy is responsible for his actions. Insanity should never be used as a "get out of jail free" card.

Blaming Palin, etc. is a slippery slope though. It could lead to thought police...
playgirl
Jan. 10th, 2011 01:34 am (UTC)
Blaming...
I agree with you. Whether he's sane or insane (I don't believe he's insane for one minute), just look at how he took the lives of so many in one instant.

I still feel Palin and the rest I've mentioned are indirectly responsible for planting seeds of their hateful and dangerous talks in to creeps like Loughner.
smjayman
Jan. 9th, 2011 10:05 pm (UTC)
I must beg to differ with your assertion that said assailant wasn't crazy. Look at the writings and youtube vids. He's looney tunes. He hated politicians of every stripe, blamed the government for a lot of things, no matter which side of the fence, and seemed to have an ever increasing disconnect with reality. He was thrown out of college because he couldn't be there, in the minds of the administrators, in "safe and constructive fashion." Man was a wreck, waiting to happen.

You may not like the hate and vitriol spewed by the various political pundits, but please don't blame this on them.
nebris
Jan. 9th, 2011 11:07 pm (UTC)
Judging from his Internet postings, Jared Lee Loughner is a delusional young man whose inner political landscape is a swamp of dystopian novels, left- and right-wing tracts, conspiracy theories, and contempt for his fellow human beings. He refers to the gold and silver standard; that doesn't make Ron Paul responsible for the shootings. He is fond of “Animal Farm”; George Orwell didn't guide the hand that pulled the automatic pistol's trigger. Marx and Hitler produced a lot of corpses, but not the ones in Tucson.

But the plate-glass window of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords’s office was shattered last March after the final health-care vote. Judge John Roll, who was among the dead, had received death threats and spent a month with a protection detail. Roll was apparently a bystander to Loughner’s intended target—and maybe the gunman had no idea why he was aiming for Giffords either, maybe he didn't know how she voted on health care or what her position on Arizona’s draconian immigration law was. It would be a kind of relief if Loughner operated not out of any coherent political context but just his own fevered brain.

But even so, the tragedy wouldn't change this basic fact: for the past two years, many conservative leaders, activists, and media figures have made a habit of trying to delegitimize their political opponents. Not just arguing against their opponents, but doing everything possible to turn them into enemies of the country and cast them out beyond the pale. Instead of “soft on defense,” one routinely hears the words “treason” and “traitor.” The President isn't a big-government liberal—he's a socialist who wants to impose tyranny. He's also, according to a minority of Republicans, including elected officials, an impostor. Even the reading of the Constitution on the first day of the 112th Congress was conceived as an assault on the legitimacy of the Democratic Administration and Congress.

This relentlessly hostile rhetoric has become standard issue on the right. (On the left it appears in anonymous comment threads, not congressional speeches and national T.V. programs.) And it has gone almost entirely uncriticized by Republican leaders. Partisan media encourages it, while the mainstream media finds it titillating and airs it, often without comment, so that the gradual effect is to desensitize even people to whom the rhetoric is repellent. We’ve all grown so used to it over the past couple of years that it took the shock of an assassination attempt to show us the ugliness to which our politics has sunk.

The massacre in Tucson is, in a sense, irrelevant to the important point. Whatever drove Jared Lee Loughner, America's political frequencies are full of violent static.

http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/georgepacker/2011/01/judging-from-his-internet-postings.html#ixzz1AaA00d61
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He's looney tunes... - playgirl - Jan. 9th, 2011 11:38 pm (UTC) - Expand
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tigron_x
Jan. 10th, 2011 01:26 am (UTC)
    Yes! Because of her constant innuendos for violence, I point my finger directly at her. I hope this country learns a lesson from this horrendous tragedy by sending all those in charge of law and order directly to the culprits who starts enticing their members to division through violence, and demand they shut their filthy mouths.


So you think using violence to stop violence actually works?

And, I'm not talking about self defense here. I'm talking about the initiation of force.

What you're calling for is a witch hunt.

playgirl
Jan. 10th, 2011 02:15 am (UTC)
No witch hunt...
I was speechless for a little while by the amazingly thought provoking video you provided.

I don’t want a witch hunt at all. All I want is for those certain people to stop spreading so much hatred by their words, and the only solution to stop it is by the government stopping it in some way.

I speak for myself here. I have enough to eat, I’m warm, I have a roof over my head. I have a job and make enough money for my creature comforts. I’m safe thanks to my right to own firearms for my personal protection.

I cannot even begin to compare my intelligence (I’m so stupid) to those who run this country (our government.) I still have all the faith in the world in this government, and I try to follow the rules set (except for a few speeding tickets) by government, because without this government, I’ll have nothing. I love this country so much, that as God is my witness, and on my mother’s grave, I’d give my life for it.

I honest to God give thanks that I was blessed to be born in this country. Those I’ve named in my list as hate mongers, must be stopped by all those that have authority before something horrible happens as did yesterday to those many innocent people.
Re: No witch hunt... - tigron_x - Jan. 10th, 2011 05:14 am (UTC) - Expand
bluesman02779
Jan. 10th, 2011 12:36 pm (UTC)
...I shouted out
Who killed the Kennedys?
When after all
It was YOU AND ME
from Sympathy for the Devil
Point the finger at ourselves. We as a global community, have created these demons.
playgirl
Jan. 12th, 2011 08:56 pm (UTC)
That is true.
davev1968
Jan. 10th, 2011 02:28 pm (UTC)
Oh, really?
Because of her constant innuendos for violence, I point my finger directly at her.

And, you would be wrong. You are doing the same thing as the people you claim to despise, you are taking a simplistic, self-serving view of a complicated situation and then spewing forth hate-filled rhetoric.
playgirl
Jan. 12th, 2011 04:39 am (UTC)
Re: Oh, really?
I'll never stop pointing my finger at her and those others.

There is nothing simplistic about the situation. This woman never shut her filthy mouth by making insinuations. I dispise this woman!
ubet_cha
Jan. 10th, 2011 08:03 pm (UTC)
What I see here is an attempt by the DNC to exploit the murder of 5 people, including a little girl, for their own political end. There is absolutely no evidence that this selfish madman was influenced by the current rhetoric from the right or left, yet within 30 minutes of the shooting the spin had started.

Its sickening to watch.
playgirl
Jan. 12th, 2011 04:46 am (UTC)
I believe that by this violence that happened, people such as myself were finally able to voice our opinions as to the dangerous words said by Palin. I knew that the day would come when this woman would end up with her foot in her mouth.

This rage I feel for that woman won't go away, especially now. What Palin should do is work like all mothers do, go home, and attend to her many children and especially the baby.

I know Sweet Pie, it is sickening.
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nishar
Jan. 11th, 2011 10:06 am (UTC)
I hope that nutjob gets shanked to death in prison. A guy like that won't last long in population.
playgirl
Jan. 12th, 2011 06:05 am (UTC)
The tragedy of it all is that he'll be found to be insane, and end up in some mental institution!

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