Wednesday, January 12, 2011


It's rare lately that a subject in the news gets under my skin so much that I feel the need to stop and write a post about it, which is one of the reasons this blog has been so quiet. However, what has taken place over the past few days forces me to blog.

You see, all of the hateful rhetoric is making me write this post. I simply have no will of my own to resist it. I have been inflamed and incited to the point of having to share my insight on this matter. The crazy left-wing bloggers, politicians, and columnists who continue to churn up hatred of anyone with whom they disagree by trying to tie them to the shooting in Arizona despite a total preponderance of evidence to the contrary have pushed me right over the edge into a psychopathic rage requiring that I spew forth dialogue uncontrollably.

I must attack these people and attack them until their ideas are totally dead. They've placed targets on themselves, and I'm totally unable to resist taking aim and firing away with everything I've got.

So here goes. If the theory is that "hateful rhetoric" against government or other specific individuals is sufficient to make a psychopath kill people, and thus we must stop it immediately, then when, praytell, will all of the people stirring up hate against Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, Tea Partiers et. al. by stating this incident is their fault shut up? Because clearly they are inciting hate against these individuals, and based on their logic, this will certainly cause some psychopath to take a shot at one or more of them, which would then make all of the people who stirred up this hate complicit in the attempted or successful murder.

Congratulations Krugman, Sheriff Dupnik, etc. by your reasoning, you are now accessories to a future (attempted) murder.