Shooting All The Time
“I go shooting all the time.” Right, because 2nd amendment is about shooting sports and hunting. He just seems like a regular gun loving guy like anyone else, doesn’t he? Remember this one: “I swear to… preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.” Ha! This guys got a million of ‘em.
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The Unbiased Media Strikes Again
Cross-Post: TobyToons.com (Conservative Political Cartoons)
Remember That Guy Eric Fuller?
Eric Fuller finds himself lost down the same memory hole as Cindy Sheehan, Code Pink, $4 gallon/gas outrage, concerns about Gitmo and warrantless wiretaps. It’s crowded down there. Democrats use people and issues for political purposes. Arguing from principle would require having them, and as far as I can tell, the Democrats are devoid of those pesky things. So, Eric Fuller, menacing crazy person that | Read More »
Only 33% believe ‘harsh political tone’ had anything to do with Arizona shooting
Most Americans, 57 percent, believe the tragic shooting in Arizona isn’t connected to politics. That’s the result of a new CBS News poll which found only 32 percent of respondents aid the harsh political tone had something to do with the shooting. The poll of course found a partisan divide: Republicans — 69 percent said rhetoric was not to blame; 19 percent said it played | Read More »
The extreme rhetoric should stop here
In the wake of the tragic shooting in Arizona there has been a lot of talk about the “tense political climate” and “extreme rhetoric.” Sadly, all that talk and the left’s determination to blame the right for the evil act committed by an apparently deranged young man has required that we do more than offer prayers condolences to victims and their families. Instead, we have | Read More »
A day may come…
…when people like Pejman Yousefzadeh and I can no longer feel outrage and anger at the contemptible and despicable rhetoric of the Online Left in response to outrages. A day where the rampant hypocrisy that their pet bloggers and pundits routinely show stops surprising us with its power to offend. A day where we throw up our hands in despair and allow their (and their | Read More »