Are you really that intellectually helpless? I took about 30 seconds to find just two of them.
Representative Michelle Bachmann: I want people in Minnesota armed and dangerous on this issue of the energy tax because we need to fight back.
Representative Steve King: If I could start a country with a bunch of people it would be the folks standing out here the last few days. Let’s hope we don’t have to do that. Let’s beat that other side to a pulp. Let’s take them out, let’s chase them down.
How about the time Sarah Palin put up a map on her website with crosshairs over the states of Democrats who disagreed with her? And then Gabrielle Giffords got shot in the head, nearly died, and several bystanders including a 9 year old girl, actually did die?
Or have you forgotten? Because the families of those who died haven't.
According to what I read, he was against the government because he bought into the rhetoric about 911 being an inside job. So that refutes your accusation that he was a right-winger. You have no good excuse to tell others to "show some respect" when you show none yourself.
I have denounced violent and hateful rhetoric from the right and from the left. No matter where it comes from, we don't need it! How can we solve our nation's problems if we're yelling at each other with vitriol? We need calmer heads to prevail.
I agree. Both sides have been guilty of seemingly promoting violence. The left, however, likes to claim that they're peace-loving and nonviolent. I'm sure that most of them are and that the majority of liberals don't support some of the actions of their fellow libs. Same goes for conservatives. As a moderate-conservative, I deplore some of the hate that's been spewed from "my side."
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