The Left's Climate of Hate Rhetoric

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Liberal politicians and commentators have wasted no time blaming conservative talk show hosts (especially Beck and Limbaugh) and political leaders (especially Palin) on inspiring crazed gunman Jared Loughner.  (Democrat Senator Bernie Sanders has actually seized upon the tragedy as an opportunity to send out fund-raising letters.)  Nevermind Loughner cited Mine Kampf and the Communist Manifesto as favorite reading on his MySpace page.  Nevermind that those closest to him say Loughner never watched the news or listened to talk radio.

The big elephant in the room, of course, is the inconvenient fact that the right is really made up of productive, law-abiding, principled families, while it is the left that regularly vandalizes the property of people they don't agree with calls for Palin and Bush's shooting.  (This hypocrisy is certainly on display at every Tea Party rally and the whole California Prop 8 issue.)

Michelle Malkin has created a primer of the "climate of hate" created by liberals from 2000 to 2010 for those left pitifully uninformed by the media.

The progressive “climate of hate:” An illustrated primer, 2000-2010

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

So if people like Palin are completely innocent, then why did they take down (Remove from the web) the documents in question, pictures of democratic leaders with a rifle scope super-imposed over their faces? The documents in question were removed hours after the shooting and long before said lefts argument that this type of publication is inappropriate and could incite lunatics to kill people listed in those documents, Palin’s own actions in the hours after the shooting indicate she understood the implications that those documents could be interpreted to incite violence.

Regardless, how does that type of negative add (Shoot a leader of the USA) help win her the election, who is that add for, it’s for you, to anger people on the right. How do you interpret that type of add?

MrEthiopian

Anonymous said...

I interpret it the same as Obama saying if they bring a knife, we'll bring a gun............and I'm smart enough to know that neither he nor Sarah Palin meant that to mean that we should start killing people. Loughner didn't even listen to the news according to his friends. And she took it down because she is a classy lady who has the decency to not insult Gabrielles family in the pain of their current circumstances.

Jess said...

Anon 1, perhaps you'd like explain why liberal news stations, when posting Loughner's reading list, took down screenshot showing that the Communist Manifesto was listed as one of his favorites? To use your words, their own actions in the hours after the shooting indicate they understood the implications that those documents could be interpreted. If he loved the Communist Manifesto, I very much doubt that he would be incited by allegiance to Sarah Palin's ideals. Quite the opposite actually on the left-right spectrum. The liberal news noticed this problem immediately.

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