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Why Sarah Palin is Guilty!

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posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 12:33 AM

Your wrong....

here is why... for that to be true she had to have active knowledge of someone planning said act....

second it is the idiots of the world that are about to bring about the next level of dictatorship.... who decides what is toxic... hum???

is it like the justice who said he knows porn when he sees it.....

no sir it is your kind who is destroying this great nation with your insecurities....

no sir this is not a crusade, for if it is beware the o-man has made a few equally bad statements...... afterall we need to update the constitution ... it does not cover spreading the wealth...

in conclusion ,

with no respect you are wrong. The only shame out of all this is the little girl dying...

who decides what is poison and what is just politics... those in charge.....

posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 12:33 AM
reply to post by Arrius

I must confess you may have a point, since they don’t seem to see the error of her ways regarding this incident.

posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 12:34 AM
quick question for OP.

would you have A Catcher In The Rye banned in the U.S.? How about The Turner Diaries? How about The Bible and Koran?

Mentally unstable people can find a reason to kill people in a freakin' Sesame Street episode.

Hell views like yours make me want to punch someone, should I blame you OP?

posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 12:37 AM
reply to post by inforeal

Yeah.. people should take responisibility for their words. Example: What if someone that was mentally ill and obssessed with Palin heard her call for Assange's assassination and they went out and killed him to impress her? It wouldn't be unusual for her to be in the spotlight and have mentally ill admirers. Think of the man that tried to kill Reagan to impress and grab the attention of Jodi Foster.

She avidly promotes gun rights, gun use, and violence.

edit on 9-1-2011 by GogoVicMorrow because: (no reason given)

posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 12:40 AM
reply to post by ripcontrol

If I were in politics and had the influence and popularity of Sarah Palin, I would take very seriously what I said to the public—would you like that dead girl on your conscience because you used some stupid violent metaphors regarding democrats, I wouldn’t.

My heart grieves for that girl and all those who were injured and killed in this unfortunate incident.

It just goes to show us all that we need to be responsible for what we do and say.

I don’t like a lot of people but I hope to God I will never marginalize their lives like Sarah Plain did to democrats who voted for health insurance

posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 12:45 AM
reply to post by inforeal

But you have no problem marginalizing hers.

Let me ask you. Do you happen to know whether Sarah Palin was directly responsible for the selection of the cross-hairs map graphic?

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posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 12:46 AM
reply to post by GogoVicMorrow

You don’t see the point I am making.

If you read my OP you would have read where I said I don’t think any Palin SANE supporter would do what this assassin did.

When people told Palin her references to reloading and crosshairs was dangerous she didn’t listen.

Since she herself took down the web site with those words that means she now understands what people were trying to tell her.

posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 12:52 AM
reply to post by inforeal

Can you specifically provide examples of Sarah Palin's incendiary actions or statements that spurred the killer in the way you claim? Or is your position just based upon the map graphic?
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posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 12:55 AM
reply to post by inforeal

Remember that funeral in Wisconsin for a Congressman who died in a plane crash that the Democrats turned into a political rally? Remember how they gave political speeches at the poor guys funeral raging at Republicans? It did not go over too well with the public. This latest political death dance won't go over well either.

They have not even shown remorse and respect for those who were injured and murdered...and they are trying to make political hay out of the tragedy. Never let a good tragedy or crisis go to waste! It's ugly and dishonest and I would bet the public is not going to take kindly to it. They are doing it in an effort to use the FCC to get rid of their political opponents and media competition on the air waves and the internet, Chavez style.

Little do they know, if they are successful, they will lose their free speech rights as well because Republicans will just turn around and go after them next. Then we can all just listen to the Corporate media drone on and on about what they are told to say about nothing at all. They won't have to worry about their sinking ratings anymore because all choices will be gone.

Lefties like to pretend they are the smartest ones of all...but not so much in reality.

posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 12:59 AM
Anybody that believes that Sarah Palin caused this wacko to kill those 6 (7?) people is exactly the type of person who would blame Tupac for some random dude killing a police officer after listening to his music. "Yeah, I did it, but Tupac told me to in his music!". People can say whatever they want to, (as long as they don't straight up say "Go out and murder the innocent!! Kill everybody!!! I condone the murdering of civilians, and you should too because I am telling you to!") and if you take their words, and conclude that you should murder some innocent people, than that is your problem, not the person who said its'. Basing your actions off of the words of somebody as stupid as Sarah Palin is one of the worst things you can do. You'd be better off listening to a schizophrenic drug addict, because 90% of what they both say is just complete crap anyway, and at least the schizophrenic will have some cool things to say
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posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 01:02 AM
reply to post by loam

My position is based on the fact that Sarah Palin, because of her popularity, has responsibilities as a human being to foster human interactions that don’t symbolize any violence towards people.
What if the pope or other world leaders used such epithets towards people?

If Obama did the same thing I would denounce him as well.

posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 01:08 AM
reply to post by inforeal

So in other words you have no specific example other than presumably the map graphic found on a support website you can't even directly attribute to her? But she's GUILTY of the killer's actions in your view?


Like I said, you people scare me.
edit on 9-1-2011 by loam because: (no reason given)

posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 01:09 AM
I guess blaming Bush is finally going out of style.

posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 01:11 AM
Not only has Palin been using violent rhetoric to "paint targets" on political enemies, but so has Bachman, who is far more descriptive in calling for violent action.

Hoyer: Reps should be careful that ‘rhetoric doesn’t incite to violent acts’

“This is what neo-Nazi leaders in America do today,” Potok said. “They post personal information about their enemies and sit back and wait for somebody else to act.”

In Tucson, Arizona, someone either kicked in or shot out a glass door and a side window at the congressional office of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords early Monday, a few hours after the House health care vote. Giffords voted for the bill.

Giffords’ press secretary C.J. Karamargin in Tucson said the vandalism left the local congressional staff shaken and worried.

This was written March 25, 2010 - shortly after Bachman made several remarks about Giffords and others who supported the Health Care Reform bill. It clearly led to violence then.

You can shove your head up your a** all day long, but you can't escape the fact that violent rhetoric leads to violence.

Alxandro; Nice one (not), I figured it was only a matter of time before the right-wing media frenzy started fantasizing this guy as a left-wing gun nut (really? Is there even such a thing?) In spite of his listing Mein Kampf as his favorite book (oh right, I forgot Hitler was also a "live and let live" liberal. Last time I check most liberals were content to sit out in a dandelion patch, protesting fur, or trying to save the whales, and not "exercising their 2nd amendment rights" all over a shopping mall (BTW, "second amendment remedies" - Sharon Angle)

Arizona and "Second Amendment Remedies"

During the 2010 midterm elections, Republican senate nominee Sharron Angle of Nevada said that "if this Congress keeps going the way it is, people are really looking toward those Second Amendment remedies."

Lest her reference be too subtle for dummies, she immediately added, "I'll tell you the first thing we need to do is take Harry Reid out."

In March 2009, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn) said she wanted the residents of her state "armed and dangerous" over President Obama's plan to reduce global warming through cap and trade legislation.

And who can forget Sarah Palin's U.S. map of targeted Democratic congressional districts that used rifle crosshairs.

Which brings us to Tucson, Arizona, January 8, 2011. One of Sister Sarah's crosshairs hovered over the congressional district of Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, shot with others (including a federal judge, who died) at point blank range while holding a mid-morning, open-air town hall with constituents in a grocery store parking lot. Giffords barely beat a Tea Party-backed Republican to win reelection last November.

I don't think anyone doubts the shooter had a weak mind, was seriously sick in the head, and subject to influence. Unfortunately those with the biggest mouths like Angle, Bachman, and Palin seemed to have been the ones to provide that influence.
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posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 01:18 AM
reply to post by inforeal

And your political activists and politicians don't have violent rehoritic? The Left is extremely violent in word and deed.

You need to learn some history about Obama's friends from Chicago before you start your smears on Palin who never called for the murder of anyone. You are dancing in the blood of a sad and terrible tragedy for political gain and that is pretty disgusting. I remember when you guys turned a funeral for the politican who died in a plane crash into a political rally and that went over like a lead ballon with the public. It is ugly, fascist behavior.

You guys are out of control and out of touch with your humanity.

posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 01:22 AM
reply to post by sara123123

Originally posted by sara123123
You are dancing in the blood of a sad and terrible tragedy for political gain and that is pretty disgusting.

Well said. Here and in other threads.

posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 01:40 AM

Giffords expressed similar concern before the shooting. Last March, shortly after the House passed health care, Giffords' congressional office in Tucson was vandalized. Afterward, she referred to the animosity against her by conservatives, including former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin's decision to list Giffords' seat as one of the top "targets" in the November midterm elections.

"For example, we're on Sarah Palin's targeted list, but the thing is, that the way that she has it depicted has the crosshairs of a gun sight over our district. When people do that, they have to realize that there are consequences to that action," Giffords said in an interview with MSNBC. - source

And some joker put up a fake facebook page just after the shooting claiming to be the shooters - listing Che Guvera and Obama as his heroes. Someone somewhere really wants to make sure this guy gets labeled a "lefty", pretty sad (the shotter's name wasn't even spelled right). Not to be outdone, another fake facebook page popped up from the shooter, claiming to be a fan of Palin and a Tea Partier.

posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 01:42 AM
reply to post by Blackmarketeer

Hate to break it to you but he really was a lefty.
You really don't have to believe me, you can believe the people who actually knew him personally.

Here is an actual Twittering pal.

Hat tip: IOTW

Btw, what ever happened to accountability?

Are lefties really so weak that they have to blame others for their actions?

Is Palin really that influential over the weak minded?

posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 01:44 AM
reply to post by Alxandro

A girl on twitter that says she went to band camp with him a few years ago? She even says she double checked. If that is not rock solid proof, I do not know what is. I saw a tweet saying Obama was born in Hawaii too. That should shut the birthers up finally. It was on twitter!

posted on Jan, 9 2011 @ 01:54 AM
LOL, a random twitter account claims to "know the shooter" and divulges his political leanings to a heavily right-wing media blog. Puh-leeze. I'm sure they will be a random twitter account claiming on some left-wing media blog to also know the shooter and that he had a statue of Glen Beck carved from cheese sitting in his living room.

Sad day in America when a TWIT (tweet?) becomes proof of anything.

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