Shills on the shooting...
The bombshell Tucson, Arizona shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, U.S. District Court Judge John Roll and others this past Saturday leaves Americans choking in a cloud of divisive fallout from the left and right political wings as each "side" of the phony political side-show manipulates the available data to best make their opposition look bad since neither side has done a damn thing of tangible value for the American public.
The Blame Game
Republicans and Democrats alike have had their chance wielding the once-mighty power of the United States. They both talk a good game, but the proof being in the pudding, both have contributed to the decline of our once-great Republic - which they continue to pretend is a "democracy." They somehow hope that by repeating this lynch-mobbish term often enough - we are going to forget about the Republic for which our Flag is supposed to stand.
Republicans and Democrats alike blame the other side for causing the shooting in Tucson by somehow inciting a 22-year-old young man to violence. Although each side claims to have a better case - let's at least examine a few of their arguments for fun, since that is all it is, a fun-house of irrelevant distortions to keep Americans divided - rather than using this event as an opportunity for self-examination. An opportunity to put the rhetoric away, agree on a common set of goals, and actually get something done for the people of America.
The Democrats came out calling Jared Loughner a "right-winger" citing various violence-inciting statements made by members of the Republican media machine, also known as radio personalities, Sarah Palin etc... . The "progressos" ...er progressives... opened up their usual canned slurry claiming that the right wing rhetoric is too inflammatory for the virgin ears of the public. Some bitched that the magazine in the gun held a lot of bullets which is also to blame for the many deaths and injuries.
The Republicans, also distancing themselves from the shooter, called Loughner a "left-winger" since he listed the "Communist Manifesto" and "Mein Kampf" as favorite reads.