It appears that the liberal controlled media are guilty of flame throwing at the right; remember it is the liberal democrats who a few years back put out the books; who planted seeds of hate speech with multiple relentless hate campaigns with the word “hate” in the titles:
The titles of those books by liberals guilty of planting seeds of hate and blame are: The I HATE SERIES: I HATE : Coulter; O’Reilly; Limbaugh, M.Savitch; Ashcroft; Condie Rice; The Hannity Reader; published by Thunders Mouth Press, and Da Capo Press, edited by Clint Willis. Gee, the name Clint Willis has a familiar ring to it – could it possibly sound like Clinton, William? These books were not published by the Right Wing. The liberals initiated and publicized the mind set of hate. These book were found in Barnes and Noble in ’04 and may still be found on the internet.
History proves– When hate campaigns against a current government are initiated, that Nation is being set up as a prime target to receive a dictatorship.
The blackbird of hate sent out by the liberal left found no acceptable place to perch on the right wingers, and the bird, sent out by them, came back to haunt them in Arizona.
People often accuse others of the things of which they themselves are guilty. And Hillary’s charge of the Arizona shootings being an act of political hatred seems to imply that she understands hatred, which to my mind, and to many others, the memory arises of the question “Whatever Happened to Vince Foster”.
Tougher guns laws are NOT the answer. Only criminals commit crime, licensed gun owners do not. Crimes can be committed with any number of objects used as weapons. More licensed citizen gun owners is what actually deters crime. Liberals instilling hate can cause hate crimes. It is the attitude behind the person.
Obviously Congress doesn’t think less guns is the answer because it was heard on the news, shortly after the Arizona event, that congress was/is thinking of passing a bill to allow congress to pack heat on the hill – for protection. Enter double standards.
Rosie O’Donnell was strongly vocal against gun rights; however, she herself had armed body guards for her own children. Double standards.
The mindset that politicians can live by separate rules is a detriment to a free society.
Also, individual responsibility is wanting in the health industry: it seems no one wants to be the one to declare someone dangerous in spite of tests which reveal it. How about the VA.TECH mass murderer, he underwent psych tests where no one wanted to say that he needed monitoring. The same with the Fort Hood mass murderer problem, which is gaining ink again at this time in 2011.
Political hate was initiated in 2004 by the liberal left with books instilling hate of the right. It could be these books which are to blame for the mental attitude of the January 8, 2011 shooter in Arizona who wounded Congresswoman Gaby Giffords. Why? Because the books from 2004 had time to steep and boil, to create and feed such an attitude of hatred, allowing years for the building of the courage it took to perpetrate such crimes. Hunting is NOT the issue, vehement hatred is the issue, born and fed by the liberals. In these days of hate crimes and hate speech, the topic of these books should be highly questioned. Where does one draw the line between hate speech and hate print, and whom does it protect?
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In view of the Boston Marathon senseless bombings which killed and maimed many, it is time to re-post here from February 2011 the article on Hate Rhetoric. Thank you for reading, listening and thinking…