First off Harry Reid is just showing once again that he is truly out of touch with reality. Heck, I remember when he attacked our troops in Iraq by telling them that they were fighting there for nothing and that the "War Is Lost" according to him.
He doesn't understand that the Tea Party is bigger than just some sort of an economic rebellion by the American people. It has grown to be a force that has taken over the role of watchdog for our democracy. It has grown into a guardian movement. One that is concerned with the counter-Constitutional actions of elected representatives. While others simply call them politicians, some of us know them better for what they really and truly are and that my friends is our hired help in Washington.
Harry Reid thinking that we in the Tea Party will just go away is wishful thinking on his part. And guess what, Twenty12 is coming. The Senate is on the line again in Twenty12 as well as the Oval Office. The President and people like Reid who are still out of touch with the fact that America is not yet willing to surrender to a Communist or Socialist ideal, yes will feel the voter wrath in November of next year. And friends, when November of 2012 gets here, it won't be a repeat of November of 2008 with Union SEIU workers with nightsticks standing polling place to threaten voters this time.
This time it won't happen because the Tea Party which some like Reid and Obama hope and pray would go away will be there instead to watch and document the attempts made by Liberals to block to will of the people.
Now as for this shooting in Arizona, it is a shame that something like this has happened. It's a shame whenever someone takes the life of anyone. It shouldn't be made more special because that person was a Congressperson. It should be looked upon as it is, and that is with horror that it happened at all.
But that is not the way life is is it? There are always those people who will take the bad action of others and try to use it to their benefit. Their are always those who are ready to make a horrible thing like a shooting in which people were killed something that serves their position on something or other.
The anti-2nd Amendment Right people in the media and Congress are all a buzz that "this proves Americans need to be disarmed". And then there are those anti-Conservatives who will take this and use it to attack people that they have nothing but disdain for. And yes, the Left's number one target is Sarah Palin.
Arizona's Pima County Sheriff Clarence W. Dupnik who has said the "vitriol" in today's political discourse contributed to the shooting incident. Many in the News Media have taken that to mean Conservatives, especially Sarah Palin.
On CNN's State of the Union with Candy Crowley, Senator Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) was asked to comment on Saturday's shooting.
Majority Whip Durbin did not lose any time in accusing Sarah Palin when he said, "We live in a world of violent images and violent words." then went on to cite the phrase "don't retreat, reload," in an attempt to paraphrase a statement used in a tweet by former Alaska governor Sarah Palin.
Shame on him for such a low blow. The "don't retreat, reload," statement that Sarah Palin made was in actuality to her daughter when giving her instructions on how to shoot Trap on an episode of her TLC show Alaska. To use a phrase out of context and now saying that Sarah Palin actually incited the shooter to do his horror filled act is just pitiful. Shame on the Left for doing such a thing!
I guess they have short memories. To my dislike sometimes, I don't. For me, I remember when the Left truly DID incite people to violence and murder. Remember these during protests just a couple of years ago.
Where were the outraged Liberals like Dick Durbin or Arizona's Pima County Sheriff Clarence W. Dupnik, or as a matter of fact any of the Liberal Left's Champions, when signs like these were being waved?
No my friends, none of what has happened in Arizona has anything to do with Sarah Palin.
If the Liberal News Media and the Left's Politicians want to really and truly acknowledge where the fault lies with hate speech and rhetoric that provokes and urges on all sorts of hatred in America ... then let them look to themselves and those who they openly sponsor.