In yet one more pathetic, wrong-headed bit of sophistry
from fat-headed know nothing, Jonathan Martin at Politico, we're supposed to believe that his insipid blathering passed off as wisdom means the recent tragedy in Arizona is about former Governor Sarah Palin, not some delusional lunatic too confused to have any consistent political beliefs. If silly targets drawn on basically rhetorical maps for political purposes
, or otherwise, had the capacity to remove contemptible bastards from our nation's political discourse, a large X marks the spot over this moron Martin's image would be a good place to start.
Tragedy marks turning point for Palin
Whether she defends, explains or even responds at all to the intense criticism of her brand of confrontational politics could well determine her trajectory on the national scene—and it’s likely to reveal the scope of her ambitions as well.
Unlike the media and now some Democrat politicians, I've no desire to try to speak for Representative Gabrielle Giffords. My only real thought and prayer in that regard is that she can once again speak for herself. Yet, as another fool, this Brady from Pennsylvania
rushes in to silence political speech in Giffords' name, it should be lost on no one that, when it was her turn to read from the Constitution on the House floor, it fell to her to read the First Amendment
. And of course, another Democrat, Carolyn McCarthy, is already out of the gate readying an assault on the Second Amendment
in Giffords' name.
Rep. Robert Brady, D-Pennsylvania, said he will introduce legislation making it a federal crime for a person to use language or symbols that could be perceived as threatening or inciting violence against a Member of Congress or federal official.
I would ask if these people have no shame but we already know the answer to that and, sadly, it is beyond that by now. I am reminded of the now infamous Wellstone Memorial in which Democrats emboldened by yet another death, couldn't wait to strip tragedy of its humanity, only to try and score political gains by turning it into a pep rally
, as opposed to an observance of the honored dead.
As happened in that case, I do suspect it will backfire because the American people have more wisdom and genuine compassion that this miserable crew of alleged journalists and democratic politicians we have on the scene today.
editor and colleague Dana Loesch calls it The Blame Game
. That's certainly true enough. It's real intention is to silence political opposition, most especially from former Governor Sarah Palin and the Tea Party movement. But we should also be mindful of what it really is in single words, such as indecent and inhumane.