Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Time to lay down weapons, rhetoric in America


For those who refuse to see a link between the shootings in Tucson and right wing media rhetoric, consider the typically defensive response of vitriolic Glenn Beck and the rest of the right wing media on Monday.  And for those who refuse to see a link to the GOP and Tea Party, consider this from the Tuesday, Jan. 11, Arizona Republic:

"In Arizona, Republican Jesse Kelly, who narrowly lost to (Rep. Gabrielle) Giffords in a hard-fought campaign, angered many people last year when he invited supporters to shoot a 'fully-loaded M16' as part of his effort to unseat Giffords."

That's just the tip of the iceberg folks.  To read more, pick up today's Republic or go to

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Anonymous said...

lay down your weapons... I'll keep mine

Noble said...

Every American should own a Glock with several clips of 30 rounds of ammo in order to form a "well regulated militia" or to ward off intruders.

Anonymous said...

Let's try this again....

Both the left and the right spew rhetoric, some of which is untrue. But for you to believe that Dupnik is "so insightful" and "so on the money" because you can find at least a kernal of truth in his statement is setting the bar pretty low.

If only a kernal of truth is the standard, then then you (and other lefties) would also have to belive that Beck, Limbaugh and Palin are also are so insightful, so on the money.

We all know you would never admit that........

Noble said...

Anon makes up his/her/its own quotes, then attacks them.
Where is nurse Cratchit when we need her?

Noble said...

Anon would be the first to insist on Freedom of Speech, but not apparently for Sheriff Dupnik.

This public servant has proven his dedication and ability consistantly. He can certainly be allowed a comment.