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Online Poll: Which Are The Most Hate Inciting Leftists/Sites

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on January 9, 2011

The terrible tragedy of the Arizona shooting has served one possible valuable purpose-it has enabled the most venemous, hateful leftist commentators, media “personalities’, media outlets and the just plain mad to slither out into the glare of daylight.

it is almost as if a shot of adrenalin, with a tincture of arsenic, has coursed through the collective veins of the liberal “progressive” left and their hidden and not so hidden (not any more that is) supporters in the press-to the point of one headlining that Sarah Palin had “blood on her hands” in respect of the massacre.

Now that all these creatures have surfaced it might be an opportune moment to see which has risen to the top of the dung heap of hate as decided by the sensible public. Here is a list including the very worst of “human beings’ (sic) for you to vote for your choice-and if I have missed anyone/any outlet feel free to add your own.

IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER OF LOATHSOMENESS

Keith Olbermann (well perhaps in a particular order in his case)
Marcos Moulitsas (of the execrable Daily Kos)
Daily Kos Commentators
Michael Daly (N.Y. Daily News)
Crooks & Liars Blog
PoliticsUsa Blog
Palingates
Wonkette
Gawker (The definition of filth)
Huffington Post
Andrew Sullivan
Firedoglake
Ed Shultz
David Letterman

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Left Wing Daily Kos Put “Bull’s-Eye” On Congresswoman Giffords, Targeted As A “Sell Out”

Posted by Gary P Jackson on January 9, 2011

Not all of the people will get, or even deserve primaries, but this vote certainly puts a BULLS EYE on their district.

~ Marcos Moulitsas, The Daily Kos

By Gary P Jackson

While all of the left wing hatemongers and their media partners conspire to blame Sarah Palin and the Tea Party for the senseless mass murder in Arizona, claiming the fact that Sarah “targeted” Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords incited violence against her, they conveniently leave out their own targeting of political rivals.

As we pointed out earlier, the democrats use actual bull’s-eyes when they target their “enemies.” You can see the difference between the type of “Targeting Strategy” the democrats use, and Sarah’s low key advert here.

One of the worst of the hate mongers is Marcos Moulitsas, publisher of the Daily Kos. This is a far left hate site that routinely cheers when a Republican or anyone they don’t care for, dies or gets ill. It’s a sickening place. They are not above attacking their own though, if they dare stray from the far left ideology they espouse.

Moulitsas hosts a yearly event that every top democrat in the country flocks to. Obviously they endorse the hateful rhetoric splashed across the pages of the Daily Kos.

Below is from an ad campaign Moulitsas, one of the VERY FIRST to attack Sarah Palin, put together putting a bull’s-eye target on Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, and dozens more, as “sell outs” to whatever leftist agenda being pushed.

You’ll notice that while there are dozens of names, Moulitsas makes a point of “bolding members of the Blue Dogs” for “added emphasis.” Congresswoman Giffords is a “blue dog.” This is the name democrats give to those who don’t tow the party line 100%.

Again, the very specific language Moulitsas uses in his ad: “Narrow the target to sell outs” “bulls eye“, and so on, could be construed as highly incendiary.

It’s also interesting that this supposed “Champion of the Constitution” states these people don’t even deserve a primary. Typical totalitarian thought. If you don’t agree 100% with them, you shouldn’t even be allowed to speak, or compete. Thankfully, the voters, not these little radical elites, get to make those choices.

As Marcos Moulitsas was one of the very first to blame Sarah Palin for targeting Congresswoman Giffords, and it has now been established that the killer is a Marxist, just like Moulitsas and most of his party, maybe we should consider the fact that it could have been the fiery rhetoric about “sell outs” that actually inspired the killer, who had already had at least one run-in with the Congresswoman before.

At least it’s more likely that a pro-Marxist, anti-God, anti-flag extremist would seek inspiration from a fellow traveler like Moulitsas, than Sarah Palin, who is pro-America, pro-flag, religious, and very anti-Marxist.

H/T: HillBuzz.org

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Breaking: Democrats Plotted To Blame Tea Party And Sarah Palin For Arizona Mass Murder

Posted by Gary P Jackson on January 9, 2011

At the same time the injured were being taken to the hospital ….

Never let a serious crisis go to waste.

~ Rahm Emanuel, former White House Chief of Staff to President Barack Obama, Chicago mayoral candidate

By Gary P Jackson

This just in from Jim Hoft at Big Government:

One veteran Democratic operative, who blames overheated rhetoric for the shooting, said President Barack Obama should carefully but forcefully do what his predecessor did.

They need to deftly pin this on the tea partiers,” said the Democrat. “Just like the Clinton White House deftly pinned the Oklahoma City bombing on the militia and anti-government people.”

Another Democratic strategist said the similarity is that Tucson and Oklahoma City both “take place in a climate of bitter and virulent rhetoric against the government and Democrats.

This Democrat said that the time had come to insist that Republicans stand up when, for example, a figure such as Fox News commentator Glenn Beck says something incendiary.

As Hoft rightly points out:

The shooter was a pro-Marxist, anti-flag, anti-Constitution, anti-religious crackpot.

He was hardly a tea partier.

Read more here.

This is despicable, but par for the course for the left. All Alinsky all the time for this bunch. It should be noted that Rahm “Never Let A Crisis Go To Waste” Emanuel also worked as President Bill Clinton’s Senior Advisor for Policy and Strategy.

The mentality of the left is downright evil.

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Irresponsible Citizens, Media and Celebrities

Posted by reagantman on January 9, 2011

If there was ever a time to learn a serious lesson about our culture and our media, it is now. The Arizona shooting showed us that there is a lot of dangerous, potentially violent provoking thought being expressed right now in America – and it’s not coming out of the Tea Party or conservatives like Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck and Rush Limbaugh. It’s coming from the Left, which is ginning up ideological reasons that don’t exist for this shooting.

What they are doing should greatly damage the credibility of liberalism and progressivism in the minds of stable, mature and intelligently thinking Americas – both on the left and the right. To watch no name loons and rabidly liberal individuals take to Twitter to blame the Tea Party, Sarah Palin and other conservatives is one thing. To watch celebrities and well known people in well known media outlets do the same is another. These people have an obligation to react responsibly to events as professionals and should communicate in a responsible way. Watching them feeding into a satanic, rabid and irrational type of negativity perpetrated by amateurs is very disturbing to those of us who are concerned about the future of our republic.

“If you are blaming Sarah Palin and/or the Tea Parties for the shooting of Gabrielle Giffords, you are identifying yourself as a person who is so deranged with hate that you should not be taken seriously on any issue,” Da Techguy wrote perfectly on his blog (h/t Texas For Sarah Palin).

Warner Todd Huston at Big Journalism writes “Whatever the final facts are that we find out about this crime, the early assumptions by the Old Media linking this incident to conservatives is irresponsible.”

Nicole Coulter at Conservatives4Palin writes:

received a particularly maddening message on Facebook from my former boss. The essence of his strange wall post dart: See, Nicole, your Sarah Palin put Giffords in her rifle scope crosshairs. See what you Tea Baggers have wrought? What do you say now?

One of the reasons I left liberalism behind was because of what I perceived as its inherent juvenilism. Class envy is straight out of Adolescence 101. The tendency to blame America for all that is wrong in the world little more than a teenage railing against authority.

And so we see this immaturity again in the rush to blame Gov. Palin and Tea Party America for a terrible act of violence.

Except when 52-year-olds like my former boss behave like juveniles, it’s not cute. It’s symbolic of the rot and irresonsibility that I believe lies at the heart of modern liberalism. Somehow, in some way, someone else always is to blame. Not the individual who committed the atrocity.

For the last two years, the Left has been manufacturing a meme that Tea Partiers are violent and that Sarah Palin advocates violence despite all the clear incontrovertible evidence to the contrary. We must show everyone why their credibility has been destroyed. We need to show everyone why they are so infantile, irrepsonsible and hold no right to a serious place at the table in the national discourse when they demonstrate such a mentally feeble grasp on such a serious subject.

Progressives, liberals or whatever you want to call them who put forth the insane notions that somehow the Tea Party movement or Sarah Palin is responsible for the atrocious act we all witnessed yesterday provide a false psychological justification for people who may be predisposed to harming her or people like her. Harp all they want about Palin and the Tea Party, but by projecting their inner turmoil onto the right, they have released the real language of hatred and produced the real thoughts that could cause violence.

The shooter has posted rambling, sometimes incoherent tirades which demonstrate deep psychiatric issues and which are far out of touch with the truth. There is not much difference between his postings and the postings of people who blame Sarah Palin and the Tea Party movement. When people are that far out of touch with the truth, they are dangerous. They are capable of doing anything. And therefore, the rhetoric coming from these types of individuals is purely incendiary.

If you don’t believe me, take this tweet for example from Adeyemi:

I can dream cant i RT @ReaganTMan RT @MelissaTweets: RT @ewerickson: The left and media, in perpetuating the lie that the shooter was a tea party activist, may incite violence against the right

While free speech is our right, stupid speech should be seen as our barometer as to who is stable and who is not. This isn’t strictly a liberal versus conservative thing. This is a positive versus negative thing. This is good versus evil. There are good hearted liberals who have chosen to not participate in the politicization of the event just as are there bad hearted conservatives.

Negative people tend to gravitate toward other negative people. Positive people tend to do the same. But it’s not always obvious who’s who. Yesterday’s event gives us a great moment in time where the snapshot is taken at roll call.

PatrickRuffini tweeted: “Thanks to Twitter, we now have a second-by-second view of how common sense descends into mind-blowing stupidity”

It’s as if Satan did roll call and all the hateful Palin / Tea Party bashers raised their hands and said “present.” Now we know who these people are.

Erick Erickson tweeted: “It becomes sadly easier on days like this to tell the saved from the damned.

We need to seriously separate ourselves from these people. Publications like the Daily Kos, columnists like Andrew Sullivan and celebrities like Jane Fonda need to be ostracized. These are the folks who need to be marginalized and set to the side when having our national dialogues.

The liberal media has gone beyond jumping the shark in its flushing of its credibility down the toilet by even buying into these memes. If the fear of political correctness stops those on the right from telling the truth, why is there no societal mechanism in place to motivate those on the left from telling lies?

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Last episode of Sarah Palin’s Alaska?

Posted by loricalabrese on January 9, 2011

As Sarah Palin’s Alaska viewers join the Palins finding gold on Sunday, it’s being reported that those viewers will be joining the show for the last time.

Entertainment Weekly is reporting that the TLC program, ‘Sarah Palin’s Alaska’ will not return for a second season.

EW writes, “Unfortunately for you caribou-hunting fans, there’s only bummer news to report (for now). EW did its due diligence and discovered there are no plans to send uber-producer Mark Burnett back to Wasilla with Palin, who’s lured an averaged 3.2 million viewers to TLC with her show. So this Sunday’s two-hour finale of Sarah Palin’s Alaska appears to be its last.”

Reasons are only speculative, but the prominent theory is that Sarah Palin will run for President in 2012.

Sarah Palin’s Alaska’ not only branded a new era of politics, but it also set a ratings record for TLC, becoming the most watched series premiere ever on the cable network.The show, which had been called a travelogue, and a 2012 political campaign ad drew a record 5 million viewers and set a record for a TLC series debut in households with a 3.5 rating.

Palin encouraged viewers to join them for the 2-hour finale on Facebook…”The price of gold today is at $1,368.90 an ounce, and during the 2-hour finale of “Sarah Palin’s Alaska” you’ll join us as we find gold. When William Seward purchased the Alaska territory from Russia in 1867, he knew that our natural resources and strategic location would help secure the nation. We show more of Alaska’s potential in Sunday night’s final episode at 8pm ET on TLC.”

As published on Examiner.com

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What did we learn from the Arizona tragedy?

Posted by loricalabrese on January 9, 2011

After reading all the blogs and newspaper articles yesterday and today about the tragedy in Arizona, I feel as though everyone is having the same argument they did back in March and April of 2010 that was rehashed from years before. In other words, they’re regressing, instead of what we should be doing–progressing.

As Nicole Coulter at Conservatives 4 Palin writes, “As victims still fight to survive, and as families mourn, we who love and support Gov. Palin feel dual pangs of sadness. We witness the senseless violence springing from the mind of an unstable individual and we also witness the cruel divide of politics that apparently can’t even take a day off to pray for fellow Americans.”

Coulter is addressing the reignition of the age-old argument over political rhetoric and a mis-directed blame by some toward the Tea Party and Sarah Palin. Even though it’s clear the Arizona shooting was the work of a mentally unbalanced young man lashing out at the government, the rampage has reignited an argument and false narrative that continues to feed the anger, hatred and division.

But why? One thing is clear–Americans are angry, still.

People are unhappy about the unemployment rate, executive bonuses, the national debt, mortgage bailouts, stimulus packages, and more. People are in anger over the direction of our country. The health care bill sparked a wave of tension, bringing death threats and vandalism to politicians on both sides of the fence and continues to have many pointing fingers as the tide of anger and outrage grows. There’s frustration on the left and the right and it seems lately there’s little compromise on major policy matters.

Although it’s an awful way to receive a wake up call, the Arizona shooting can be looked at as an awakening. So what can America learn from this heinous act? First, that violence is not the answer. We all have a voice and that’s our vote, which is why we should all use it. Second, is that political rhetoric is NOT to blame. Just as we witnessed back in April, the attention and misplaced blame is simply being used as a distraction method, trying to veer Americans away from the most important issue at hand–the problems plaguing our nation.

Debate is good. It’s healthy. But at the end of the day, and beyond all of the divisive politics, Americans need to channel their energy on the one thing everyone can agree on–that Americans need to put the needs of our country first. People want a government that’s going to do its job, safeguarding and protecting our nation from unbalanced people who wish harm on our great nation and people.

So as we look ahead to 2011, to a new year that calls for unity and positive transformation, we must also focus on the American way. The American way to stop, pause and reflect on the lives that have been lost, and forever altered and how Americans help communities cope with a disaster.

As published on Examiner.com

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Kos/Letterman Axis Of Evil Responsible For Arizona Malaise Through Acid Rain Of Leftism

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on January 9, 2011

If there is an atmosphere of hate in America, as the rabid left and their enablers in the media and Democratic party advise, subsequent to the Arizona shooting tragedy, then the blame lies squarely with the purveyors of hate and ridicule on the left.

For years leftists “progressives” (and what an Orwellian distortion of the language that word has become) at hate sites such as Daily Kos and Wonkette ( described on site as a” War Blog”) have poured out an unrelenting torrent of venom against the Bush administration. Bush himself in particular “chimpy” as the left called him took the brunt of their bile, but in reality anyone who does not meet their standards (sic) of radical leftism is a target.

These “patriots” raged and cursed against the Bush administration with no sign of the reasoned debate or respect, for the office at the very least, which they now expect everyone to treat President Obama with. Instead there has been a poisonous, endless, stream of negativity.

The postings, especially on the execrable “Kos” site saw no notion, no matter how far fetched/ludicrous presented as fact “Bush/Cheney will, rather than surrender office institute martial law in 2008 preventing the Democrats from being elected”. “Sarah Palin lied about giving birth to her down syndrome son-Bristol her daughter was the actual mother” amongst just two of a legion of preposterous postings designed to misinform and mislead and contribute to the disintegration of the American consensus for their own ends.

At the same time late night “comedian’ Letterman spent show after show in presenting a cavalcade of the most demeaning caricatures/lampoons/out of context clips of President Bush. The notion of respect for office-to even the smallest degree-not entering into consideration whilst the left-wing agenda was being pushed. This has carried on post-Bush, not against Obama of course, but against Sarah Palin where a vendetta appears to be in place.

The leftist purveyors of bile and ridicule have dumped, through the mechanisms of hate disseminating media, more social poison into the atmosphere than all the supposed “hate” the Tea Party supporters are alleged to have created (which they have not of course). This is the true “acid rain” which is eating away at the very fabric of American society. The blame for the poisonous atmosphere in America lies squarely at the door the radical left.

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Sarah Palin: On the tragedy in Arizona

Posted by loricalabrese on January 9, 2011

Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords is in critical condition after being shot in the head at close range Saturday morning while holding a public event. At least 19 people were shot at Gifford’s “Your Corner” event held outside a Safeway grocery store in Tucson, including three members of the Democratic congresswoman’s staff in Arizona. Five have died and nine are in critical condition at the University of Arizona Medical Center. Many politicians are weighing in on the unfortunate and senseless act of violence.

Sarah Palin posted this statement on her Facebook page Saturday afternoon…

“My sincere condolences are offered to the family of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and the other victims of today’s tragic shooting in Arizona. On behalf of Todd and my family, we all pray for the victims and their families, and for peace and justice.”

President Obama issued a statement, calling the shooting “an unspeakable tragedy.”

“We do not yet have all the answers,” he said. “What we do know is that such a senseless and terrible act of violence has no place in a free society. I ask all Americans to join me and Michelle in keeping Representative Giffords, the victims of this tragedy, and their families in our prayers.”

House Speaker John Boehner also condemned the attack on Giffords.

“I am horrified by the senseless attack on Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and members of her staff,” he said in a statement. “An attack on one who serves is an attack on all who serve. Acts and threats of violence against public officials have no place in our society.”

Read more articles by the National Sarah Palin Examiner at Examiner.com

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Listen Up Lefties: The Difference Between The DNC’s Bull’s-Eyes And Sarah Palin’s Surveyor’s Crosshairs

Posted by Gary P Jackson on January 9, 2011

By Gary P Jackson

The radical left and their allies in the media have been working over time trying to blame the tragic mass murder in Arizona Saturday morning on Sarah Palin. The “smoking gun” they claim is the “Take Back The 20” campaign Sarah launched last year. This was an effort to defeat vulnerable democrats in congressional districts that she and John McCain won in 2008. It was a targeted effort.

Most ad campaigns for ANYTHING are targeted efforts. Doesn’t matter if you are selling Coca-Cola or Ford Mustangs, advertisers target markets, or groups. Here Sarah was targeting districts and the voters, hoping to get the voters to chose the Republican candidate over the democrat. In all but a few districts Sarah’s program was highly successful.

Now at the time, the left tried to make hay with this, and attack Sarah. Back then the lies from the left were countered with the fact those symbols on the map were not gun sights, but surveyor’s crosshairs. Talking with Tammy Bruce Saturday evening, Rebecca Mansour confirmed as much.

Of course, those on the rabid and radical left aren’t having it. Ignorance happens to be one of their greatest commodities.

With that in mind, I thought we’d take a little trip back in time, all the way back to 2004, and the presidential election. The lead photo is from an effort by the Democrat National Committee. If you notice, rather than use surveyor’s crosshairs, as the graphics in Sarah’s ad did, they use traditional bull’s-eyes. the symbols for targets and target shooting.

Of course the radical and rabid left insist that Sarah Palin was inciting violence since she used “military terms” in her ads. Big whoop. Sarah is a championship basketball player. Most people in sports use military metaphors all of the time. Every basketball player dreams of “taking the winning shot” as Sarah Palin did to win the state championship for her team.

But let’s say we sorta buy in to the left wing nonsense. The first three words in the DNC advertisement called “Targeting Strategy” are “BEHIND ENEMY LINES.” [capitalized] Those are military terms too. It’s interesting that Barack Obama also looks at anyone not on board within his agenda as enemies as well. As he stated in an interview with Univision before the 2010 elections:

If Latinos sit out the election instead of saying, ‘We’re going to punish our enemies and we’re going to reward our friends who stand with us on issues that are important to us,’ if they don’t see that kind of upsurge in voting in this election, then I think it’s going to be harder.

Such is the mentality of the left.

Now back to the issue at hand. Clearly it’s OK when the left uses “military language” and puts up actual bull’s-eye targets in their advertising, but if Sarah Palin “targets” someone she’s “inciting violence.”

The hypocrisy on the left knows no bounds.

This is what the democrats use when they target and put a bull’s-eye on their enemies:

Now let’s look at Sarah Palin’s advertisement:

Now to the sissies at the New York Times, and ignorant left wing bloggers, those symbols might look like gun sights, but they simply are not. As was explained to the radical and rabid left at the time, these are surveyor’s symbols. Now of course, presenting facts to the left is usually meaningless, as they are indoctrinated from birth, so I figured some visuals were in order.

This is a surveyor’s crosshair:

Amazingly, that looks EXACTLY like the symbol in Sarah’s ad. Hmm.

This comes from the website Survey History and a page entitled: From A Treatise on Land Surveying, by W. M. Gillespie, New York 1870.

This shameless asshattery from the left is just disgusting. They protest the use of “military terms” by anyone but themselves.

Well, as yet another grand lie blows up in their faces, and once again they are hoisted with their own petard, maybe they should give up being pathetic and degenerate liars altogether.

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Special Podcast: Tammy Bruce And Rebecca Mansour Discuss The Tragedy In Arizona

Posted by Gary P Jackson on January 9, 2011

By Gary P Jackson

Saturday evening Tammy Bruce created a special podcast to discuss the tragic murders by madman Jared Loughner in Arizona. Tammy brings some sanity to the situation and talks with Rebecca Mansour about the events, as well as the left’s disgusting attempts to blame this on Sarah Palin and the Tea Party.

From Tammy’s website:

Rebecca Mansour joins me for a 30-minute special podcast addressing the horror in Arizona today, and the obscene efforts by many of the left to politicize mass murder by a clearly deranged individual. Rebecca works for Governor Palin’s SarahPAC and while she joins me personally and not on behalf of the PAC, she does address the shocking effort by depraved liberals to somehow blame Governor Palin for today’s atrocity.

You can listen to Tammy’s podcast here.

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