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    All Leftists Are MURDERERS!!!

    Look I don't want to come across as minimizing the shooting of Scalise (or anyone else), but I think it's worth pointing out that when it was a Democratic member of Congress (Giffords) on the receiving end of a bullet, rightists were all "Don't blame us, this was a lone gunman acting independently!" But now that it's a Republican member of Congress, the entire political left is to blame, or certainly at least all Bernie Sanders supporters like yours truly.

    I know that everyone needs time and room to vent under extraordinary circumstances like these and I definitely wouldn't go about rationalizing this guy-who-I've-never-heard-of's actions like a small number of people are want of doing. There is no excuse. Period. (Yes, I know that Trump has incited violence on a number of occasions before, but even that is ultimately distinct from actually carrying it out one's self, particularly with intent to kill, not just injure. There's no equivalency there at the end of the day.) But with that said, don't you rightists think you're getting just a little carried away with the political implications of this? I'm quickly tiring of every two topics I see on this message board being what you see in this thread title. You KNOW it's not true. I'm not saying "just get over this", but would you please quit being opportunistic piss-asses?
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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPress Polly View Post
    Look I don't want to come across as minimizing the shooting of Scalise (or anyone else), but I think it's worth pointing out that when it was a Democratic member of Congress (Giffords) on the receiving end of a bullet, rightists were all "Don't blame us, this was a lone gunman acting independently!" But now that it's a Republican member of Congress, the entire political left is to blame, or certainly at least all Bernie Sanders supporters like yours truly.

    I know that everyone needs time and room to vent under extraordinary circumstances like these and I definitely wouldn't go about apologizing for this guy who I've never heard of's actions like a small number of people are want of doing. There is no excuse. Period. (Yes, I know that Trump has incited violence on a number of occasions before, but even that is ultimately distinct from actually carrying it out one's self, particularly with intent to kill, not just injure. There's no equivalency there at the end of the day.) But with that said, don't you rightists think you're getting just a little carried away with the political implications of this? I'm quickly tiring of every two topics I see on this message board being what you see in this thread title. You KNOW it's not true. I'm not saying "just get over this", but would you please quit being opportunistic piss-asses?
    Jared Loughner was a psycho path. He wasn't politically motivated. He was a registered independent.

    James Hodgkins was politically motivated and acted out of a political agenda.

    Do you disagree with any of this?
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    Can no progressive on this board simply admit that their rhetoric has been irresponsible?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Private Pickle View Post
    Jared Loughner was a psycho path. He wasn't politically motivated. He was a registered independent.

    James Hodgkins was politically motivated and acted out of a political agenda.

    Do you disagree with any of this?
    Yes, he was actually diagnosed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPress Polly View Post
    Look I don't want to come across as minimizing the shooting of Scalise (or anyone else), but I think it's worth pointing out that when it was a Democratic member of Congress (Giffords) on the receiving end of a bullet, rightists were all "Don't blame us, this was a lone gunman acting independently!" But now that it's a Republican member of Congress, the entire political left is to blame, or certainly at least all Bernie Sanders supporters like yours truly.

    I know that everyone needs time and room to vent under extraordinary circumstances like these and I definitely wouldn't go about apologizing for this guy who I've never heard of's actions like a small number of people are want of doing. There is no excuse. Period. (Yes, I know that Trump has incited violence on a number of occasions before, but even that is ultimately distinct from actually carrying it out one's self, particularly with intent to kill, not just injure. There's no equivalency there at the end of the day.) But with that said, don't you rightists think you're getting just a little carried away with the political implications of this? I'm quickly tiring of every two topics I see on this message board being what you see in this thread title. You KNOW it's not true. I'm not saying "just get over this", but would you please quit being opportunistic piss-asses?
    No is asking you to apologize. They're asking you to tone down the crazy. Your hysterics (yes, YOU personally) are problematic.
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    The guy who shot Giffords was a socialist. Just saying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Private Pickle View Post
    Jared Loughner was a psycho path. He wasn't politically motivated. He was a registered independent.

    James Hodgkins was politically motivated and acted out of a political agenda.

    Do you disagree with any of this?
    You apparently don't understand there are political opinions among most psychos and they encompass all politics.
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    Private Pickle wrote:
    Jared Loughner was a psycho path. He wasn't politically motivated. He was a registered independent.

    James Hodgkins was politically motivated and acted out of a political agenda.

    Do you disagree with any of this?
    Fair enough, I guess. But psychopaths have political views too, and if we're willing to get outside the realm of politicians being attacked, then it's not hard to see that most of America's politically-motivated violence is committed by right wing extremists, and I don't just mean the Islamic State and whatnot. Would you like it if I blamed you personally and your rhetoric for Dylann Roof's decision to shoot up a black church? Would you think that fair? Hey, you're a rightist! Guilty by association!

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    No is asking you to apologize. They're asking you to tone down the crazy. Your hysterics (yes, YOU personally) are problematic.
    Could you name an example of how I "personally" have caused this Hodgkins guy to shoot Scalise? Get specific.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPress Polly View Post
    Fair enough, I guess. But if we're willing to get outside the realm of politicians being attacked, then it's not hard to see that most of America's politically-motivated political violence is committed by right wing extremists, and I don't just mean the Islamic State and whatnot. Would you like it if I blamed you personally and your rhetoric for Dylann Roof's decision to shoot up a black church? Would you think that fair? Hey, you're a rightist! Guilty by association!



    Could you name an example of how I "personally" have caused this Hodgkins guy to shoot Scalise? Get specific.
    I said your bat $#@! crazy rhetoric is problematic and it is. Tone it down and stop portraying yourself as a victim. It gets old.
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