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    Default Been away, so a tad tardy on posting this...

    ...BUT, IT PRETTY MUCH SAYS IT ALL! Does this answer your question Roger?

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    Mud Libel
    by Ann Coulter

    01/19/2011




    The same people who had blamed Sarah Palin for the massacre at the Tucson Safeway and then taunted her for her "silence" were enraged when she responded.

    Last Tuesday, the night before Palin responded, MSNBC's Keith Olbermann mocked Palin's silence throughout his show:

    -- "And why is the ever self-promoting Miss Palin so quiet?"



    -- "And it's quiet, isn't it?"

    -- "It's too quiet."

    -- "The silence is deafening from the great Northwest."

    It was deemed an admission of guilt that she hadn't spoken about the Tucson shooting or denied the accusations that she had inspired the shooter.

    The next day, Palin posted a video response, and Keith immediately attacked her for "the worst timed political statement ever." It's almost as if liberals would attack Palin whatever she did.

    Olbermann sneered about Palin's use of the phrase "blood libel," scoffing, "This, to Sarah Palin, is analogous to what is happening to her." No, not only happening to her, but to all right-wingers, tea partiers, Republican politicians, and conservative radio and TV hosts -- all of whom have been accused of complicity in murder.

    On the day of the Arizona massacre, Arizona Rep. Raul Grijalva blamed the "Palin express." The father of Gabrielle Giffords, one of the victims, blamed "the whole Tea Party." The sheriff of Pima County, Clarence Dupnik, who had failed to lock Loughner up despite repeated arrests and other contacts, blamed "the vitriolic rhetoric that we hear day in and day out from people in the radio business and some people in the TV business." (Dumbnik also said: "We're not convinced that he acted alone.")

    A comment on Gawker the day of the attack said: "Palin ... you now have more than just elk blood on your hands."

    The next day, New York Daily News columnist Michael Daly wrote, with stunning originality: "Palin may have the blood of more than some poor caribou on her hands." (See -- he changed "elk" to "caribou.")

    In an especially prissy "Special Comment" the night of the shooting, Olbermann said that if Sarah Palin "does not repudiate her own part in amplifying violence and violent imagery in politics, she must be dismissed from politics." Ditto for Rep. Allen West, ex-candidate Sharron Angle, Rep. Giffords' opponent Jesse Kelly and "the Tea Party leaders."

    In response to the Arizona shooting, the governor of Rhode Island, Lincoln Chafee, banned state employees from going on talk radio, telling reporters he had been a victim of rhetorical violence himself, citing the title of one of my columns from four years ago: "They Shot the Wrong Lincoln."

    In that four-year-old column, I supported Chafee's opponent in the Republican primary by pointing out that "the only person who hasn't figured out that Lincoln Chafee is a Democrat is Lincoln Chafee. As the expression goes, if Chafee switched parties, the average IQ on both sides of the aisle would go up."

    My column got results: Chafee is no longer a Republican.

    But the column did not produce my secret goal, which the governor has now exposed: That John Wilkes Booth return from the dead to stalk people named "Lincoln."

    Yes, the governor of Rhode Island is afraid of 19th-century assassins. Whatever you do, Lincoln, don't look under the bed!

    After it came out that the Tucson shooter, Jared Loughner, was a liberal pothead who hated Christianity, laughed about aborted babies, never listened to talk radio, hated George Bush and cited "Mein Kampf" as one of his favorite books to annoy his Jewish mother, liberals suspended blaming "political rhetoric" for about two days. Then they went right back to blaming conservatives for the shooting.

    The media continue to avoid giving any details and simply announce that Loughner was "anti-government," implying that he's your standard George Will conservative who believes Congress has offended the principles of federalism by encroaching on the states' authority under the Constitution.

    In fact, Loughner's "anti-government" beliefs consist of: burning the American flag on video; denouncing our currency with the exclamation, "No! I won't trust in God!"; and wanting to kill cops.

    His other big anti-government position is that he believes the government was behind 9/11 -- just like well-known tea partiers Rosie O'Donnell, Obama's "green jobs" czar Van Jones, Rehab habitue Charlie Sheen and left-wing historian Howard Zinn.

    If we're looking for a rationale other than "Loughner was nuts," I think the more relevant facts about him are that he was an atheist who detested religion and religious people, made lots of references to satanic New Age "conscience dreaming" (sic) and was involved in the occult.

    When a fellow participant on a UFO website wrote a lengthy response to Loughner's question about "what is wrong or right with the current date?" which included the subordinate clause, "a day in Christ is as a thousand years," Loughner fixated on that one line, railing, "I won't listen to that fictitious crap without the author. This is laughable to notice a gospel or writing related to Christ."

    Shouldn't we at least bring Bill Maher in for questioning?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Bill View Post
    ...BUT, IT PRETTY MUCH SAYS IT ALL! Does this answer your question Roger?

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    Mud Libel
    by Ann Coulter

    01/19/2011




    The same people who had blamed Sarah Palin for the massacre at the Tucson Safeway and then taunted her for her "silence" were enraged when she responded.

    Last Tuesday, the night before Palin responded, MSNBC's Keith Olbermann mocked Palin's silence throughout his show:

    -- "And why is the ever self-promoting Miss Palin so quiet?"



    -- "And it's quiet, isn't it?"

    -- "It's too quiet."

    -- "The silence is deafening from the great Northwest."

    It was deemed an admission of guilt that she hadn't spoken about the Tucson shooting or denied the accusations that she had inspired the shooter.

    The next day, Palin posted a video response, and Keith immediately attacked her for "the worst timed political statement ever." It's almost as if liberals would attack Palin whatever she did.

    Olbermann sneered about Palin's use of the phrase "blood libel," scoffing, "This, to Sarah Palin, is analogous to what is happening to her." No, not only happening to her, but to all right-wingers, tea partiers, Republican politicians, and conservative radio and TV hosts -- all of whom have been accused of complicity in murder.

    On the day of the Arizona massacre, Arizona Rep. Raul Grijalva blamed the "Palin express." The father of Gabrielle Giffords, one of the victims, blamed "the whole Tea Party." The sheriff of Pima County, Clarence Dupnik, who had failed to lock Loughner up despite repeated arrests and other contacts, blamed "the vitriolic rhetoric that we hear day in and day out from people in the radio business and some people in the TV business." (Dumbnik also said: "We're not convinced that he acted alone.")

    A comment on Gawker the day of the attack said: "Palin ... you now have more than just elk blood on your hands."

    The next day, New York Daily News columnist Michael Daly wrote, with stunning originality: "Palin may have the blood of more than some poor caribou on her hands." (See -- he changed "elk" to "caribou.")

    In an especially prissy "Special Comment" the night of the shooting, Olbermann said that if Sarah Palin "does not repudiate her own part in amplifying violence and violent imagery in politics, she must be dismissed from politics." Ditto for Rep. Allen West, ex-candidate Sharron Angle, Rep. Giffords' opponent Jesse Kelly and "the Tea Party leaders."

    In response to the Arizona shooting, the governor of Rhode Island, Lincoln Chafee, banned state employees from going on talk radio, telling reporters he had been a victim of rhetorical violence himself, citing the title of one of my columns from four years ago: "They Shot the Wrong Lincoln."

    In that four-year-old column, I supported Chafee's opponent in the Republican primary by pointing out that "the only person who hasn't figured out that Lincoln Chafee is a Democrat is Lincoln Chafee. As the expression goes, if Chafee switched parties, the average IQ on both sides of the aisle would go up."

    My column got results: Chafee is no longer a Republican.

    But the column did not produce my secret goal, which the governor has now exposed: That John Wilkes Booth return from the dead to stalk people named "Lincoln."

    Yes, the governor of Rhode Island is afraid of 19th-century assassins. Whatever you do, Lincoln, don't look under the bed!

    After it came out that the Tucson shooter, Jared Loughner, was a liberal pothead who hated Christianity, laughed about aborted babies, never listened to talk radio, hated George Bush and cited "Mein Kampf" as one of his favorite books to annoy his Jewish mother, liberals suspended blaming "political rhetoric" for about two days. Then they went right back to blaming conservatives for the shooting.

    The media continue to avoid giving any details and simply announce that Loughner was "anti-government," implying that he's your standard George Will conservative who believes Congress has offended the principles of federalism by encroaching on the states' authority under the Constitution.

    In fact, Loughner's "anti-government" beliefs consist of: burning the American flag on video; denouncing our currency with the exclamation, "No! I won't trust in God!"; and wanting to kill cops.

    His other big anti-government position is that he believes the government was behind 9/11 -- just like well-known tea partiers Rosie O'Donnell, Obama's "green jobs" czar Van Jones, Rehab habitue Charlie Sheen and left-wing historian Howard Zinn.

    If we're looking for a rationale other than "Loughner was nuts," I think the more relevant facts about him are that he was an atheist who detested religion and religious people, made lots of references to satanic New Age "conscience dreaming" (sic) and was involved in the occult.

    When a fellow participant on a UFO website wrote a lengthy response to Loughner's question about "what is wrong or right with the current date?" which included the subordinate clause, "a day in Christ is as a thousand years," Loughner fixated on that one line, railing, "I won't listen to that fictitious crap without the author. This is laughable to notice a gospel or writing related to Christ."

    Shouldn't we at least bring Bill Maher in for questioning?
    If you read my post, I asked doesn't she know when to zip it? That woman just does not know when to keep her mouth shut.

    Palin explains 'blood libel' comment
    Doesn't that woman know when to zip it????

    WASHINGTON Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, defending herself against criticism following the Tucson, Ariz., shootings, said Monday that she used the term "blood libel" to describe comments made by those who falsely tried to link conservatives to the assassination attempt against Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.

    "I think the critics again were using anything that they could gather out of that statement," she said. "You can spin up anything out of anybody's statements that are released and use them against the person who is making the statement."
    Palin said the criticism won't stop her from speaking out and accusing Democrats of taking the country in the wrong direction.
    "They can't make us sit down and shut up," she said.

    Palin added, "I receive a lot of death threats. My children do."
    ( If she and her children received death threats then why did she not submit them to the FBI for investigation???)

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    Take your posts and shove 'em, roger. I will attempt to offset your every post at degrading Sarah Palin with a post of my own. I've had all the garbage from you I can stand.

    Looking at all the threads that have been presented on here since the Arizona shooting, the huge majority have been from the left...joining in with the MSP and their sycophants, in accusations that are totally unfounded. But that never stops the likes of a ignoramus like Roger Perry from piling on, like he actually knows something.

    I understand why you are so boisterous in your condemnations, Roger. Even a mental midget like you can see the writing on the wall. How insignificant you and those that believe as you do will soon become. Your constant bitching about Bush and belittling of all conservatives has come to a boiling point for me, so be prepared that your idiotic comments will no longer go unanswered by me. You have succeeded in crossing my line of civility. You don't deserve a civil answer to your bashing techniques, so find some adult pantys to climb into. Your childish viewpoints will no longer be excused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Bill View Post
    Take your posts and shove 'em, roger. I will attempt to offset your every post at degrading Sarah Palin with a post of my own. I've had all the garbage from you I can stand.

    Looking at all the threads that have been presented on here since the Arizona shooting, the huge majority have been from the left...joining in with the MSP and their sycophants, in accusations that are totally unfounded. But that never stops the likes of a ignoramus like Roger Perry from piling on, like he actually knows something.

    I understand why you are so boisterous in your condemnations, Roger. Even a mental midget like you can see the writing on the wall. How insignificant you and those that believe as you do will soon become. Your constant bitching about Bush and belittling of all conservatives has come to a boiling point for me, so be prepared that your idiotic comments will no longer go unanswered by me. You have succeeded in crossing my line of civility. You don't deserve a civil answer to your bashing techniques, so find some adult pantys to climb into. Your childish viewpoints will no longer be excused.

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    If McCain had not made the mistake of selecting Sarah Palin to be his running mate she would have remained in obscurity and no one outside of Alaska would have even known her name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Perry View Post
    If McCain had not made the mistake of selecting Sarah Palin to be his running mate she would have remained in obscurity and no one outside of Alaska would have even known her name.

    By the same token, if whomever introduced you to retrievers hadn't made that mistake, we could all have escaped the inane postings of the original hanging chad of Port St. Lucie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Bill View Post
    By the same token, if whomever introduced you to retrievers hadn't made that mistake, we could all have escaped the inane postings of the original hanging chad of Port St. Lucie.

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    Well, that was my next door neighbor Dusty Lange when I was 14 years old when I lived in Wisconsin. He was a business partner of Gust and Chris Horonus. Maybe you have heard of them. Ray Sommers was Dusty's trainer you might have heard of him also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Bill View Post
    Take your posts and shove 'em, roger. I will attempt to offset your every post at degrading Sarah Palin with a post of my own. I've had all the garbage from you I can stand.

    Looking at all the threads that have been presented on here since the Arizona shooting, the huge majority have been from the left...joining in with the MSP and their sycophants, in accusations that are totally unfounded. But that never stops the likes of a ignoramus like Roger Perry from piling on, like he actually knows something.

    I understand why you are so boisterous in your condemnations, Roger. Even a mental midget like you can see the writing on the wall. How insignificant you and those that believe as you do will soon become. Your constant bitching about Bush and belittling of all conservatives has come to a boiling point for me, so be prepared that your idiotic comments will no longer go unanswered by me. You have succeeded in crossing my line of civility. You don't deserve a civil answer to your bashing techniques, so find some adult pantys to climb into. Your childish viewpoints will no longer be excused.

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