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How much stupid can Sarah Palin pack into a few minutes??

Wow, where to start. Sarah Palin and Michelle Bachmann can pack an entire
universe of stupid into one short paragraph.

Here, peeking out from behind her digital curtain to talk to FOXNoise, Palin
posits the completely absurd as if it wasn't mind bogglingly STUPID...

"That was another one of those WTF moments, when he so often repeated this
Sputnik moment that he would aspire Americans to celebrate. And he needs to
remember that what happened back then with the former communist USSR and
their victory in that race to space, yes, they won, but they also incurred
so much debt at the time that it resulted in the inevitable collapse of the
Soviet Union.

1. The USSR most certainly DID NOT win the space race. We did, when we
landed on the moon in July of 1969. In point of fact, the USSR basically
gave up on the space race.

2. Sputnik, launched in 1957, had NOTHING WHATSOEVER TO DO with the fall of

3. Talk about missing the fucking point! Hey, Little Sarah Stupid, FYI, the
POINT, obvious to all of us with thumbs, was not that we should be like the
USSR. The POINT, was we should emulate OUR OWN reaction to Sputnik, which,
FYI, you unbelievable moron, was the reason we WON the space race.

But with Little Sarah Stupid, the stupid never stops. Proving her abject
idiocy wasn't an off the cuff gaffe, but in fact was carefully planned
stupidity, she launched into a bizarre segue about how "Spudnuts," a pacific
northwest donut chain, proved a small biz can succeed with no government

Well, except for the fact that Spudnuts is a failing franchise, now down to
40 locations from a high water mark of 600. And Spudnuts themselves credits
help from the US government - in the form of the interstate highway system -
as main reason for their earlier success. And the fact that the Spudnuts
shop Palin specifically mention is in Richland, Washington.

Richland was a top secret, Army controlled town that was a part of the
Manhattan project, which, IIRC, had something or other to do with the

Today Richland is home to the Hanford nuclear site, which is owned and
operated by the US government, as well as the, Pacific Northwest National
Laboratory, which is owned and operated by the US government, and the Laser
Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, which is owned and operated
by the US government. The only other major employers in the area are defense
contractors working on projects entirely funded by - you guessed it - the US

IOW, more than 75% of the workers in Richmond have jobs thanks to US
government spending. In point of fact, but for the massive spending of the
US government, not only would there be no Spudnuts, there'd be no Richmond,
WA at all.

Not to mention, here's an entire community built and supported by US
government spending, a center of national security, high technology, science
and engineering where higher education is a requisite, and Little Sarah
Stupid holds up a fucking DONUT SHOP, part of a failing chain, no less, as
an example of what we should strive for!?!?

Wow, way to make a point, Little Sarah Stupid!

Little Sarah Stupid's invocation of "WTF" is childish, puerile, sophomoric,
inappropriate and about as far from being presidential as one can be without
smearing one's self with dog poo and running naked through the neighbor's
roses. But the real stupid is in the hilariously asinine bullshit this
ignorant doofus seems to believe.

Or maybe she's not really an idiot, after all. Maybe she knows exactly what
she's doing. Maybe she just plays stupid because she knows it will sell well
with the half witted ignorant subliterate buffoon whiny ass tea bagger

Michelle Bachman, every bit as stupid as Sarah Palin, now re-writing American history

Wow, where to start. Sarah Palin and Michelle Bachmann can pack an entire
universe of stupid into one short paragraph.

First up, Michelle Bachmann, who's cock-eyed puppet show delivery SOTU
unofficial response was thoroughly bizarre, as were her asinine claims.
Office stores report a run on Sharpies as women across America rush to use
back magic markers for eye liner.

As thoroughly bizarre - and packed full of lies - as it was, that wasn't
the beginning of the stupid. A few days before, speaking to a group of
anti-tax rightarded morans in Iowa, as if she has any chance of running for
prez, the delusional dimbo said...

"We also know that the very founders that wrote those documents
(Declaration, Consitution) worked tirelessly until slavery was no more in
the United States."

Apparently they worked so tirelessly that they were still at it, though long
dead, 100 years later, when the greatest of our national tragedies unfolded
and 600,000 Americans died. How the FUCK can anyone, much less Bachmann, a
REPUBLICAN fer chrissakes, not know that the Civil War ended slavery, not
the founding fathers?

In point of fact, the founding fathers enshrined the institution of slavery
in the Consitution in the infamous 3/5 of a person compromise. The
Republican Party, HER party, was FOUNDED on the bedrock of anti-slavery.
Lincoln ring any bells, Michelle?

She then went on...

"I think it is high time that we recognize the contribution of our
forbearers who worked tirelessly--men like John Quincy Adams, who would not
rest until slavery was extinguished in the country."

Um, ahem. John Quincy Adams was not, in point of fact, a founding father.
JQA was born in 1767. The Declaration of Independence was approved in 1776.
The Consitution was written in 1787. JQA had NOTHING WHATSOEVER to do with
the founding of our nation.

Not to mention, he did, indeed, rest. In fact he was permanently laid to
rest in 1848. Slavery didn't end until the very last days of 1865, with the
ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment. Perhaps Bachmann thinks he was
resurrected especially to mark the occasion.

Bachmann, in her ego driven rush to screw over her own party as well as the
president, used a Ross Perot style chart to demonstrate spending under
Obama. Never mind the insanity of borrowing from the insane - Perot famously
ranted about Vietnamese secret agents trying to spoil his daughter's wedding
- she lied her stupid ass off. Repeatedly.

The chart Bachmann showed attributed fiscal year 2009 spending to Obama.
This despite the absolute and irrefutable FACT that the 2009 fiscal year
budget was drawn up by, passed by and implemented by Gorge W. Bush, not
Barack Obama. OOPS!

Details, details.

Bachmann also said, "While the government grew (under Obama), we lost jobs."

That's another lie. We've GAINED private sector jobs for 20 straight months,
now, totalling MILLIONS of new private sector jobs since Obama took office.
Contrast this with the hundreds of thousands of private sector jobs our
economy was hemorrhaging every month under BushCo, totalling MILLIONS of
jobs lost, as the now famous "bikini chart" so clearly shows.

Bachmann then proceeded to pile stupid lie on top of lie on top of stupid

"Instead of a leaner, smarter government, we bought a bureaucracy that now
tells us which light bulbs to buy, and which will put 16,500 IRS agents in
charge of policing President Obama's health care bill."

Um, no. Sorry. That's total BULLSHIT. The 16,500 new IRS agents exist only
in the fetid imaginations of Republidolts and tea bagging imbeciles, as
every independent fact check has clearly shown. For example...


Q: Will the IRS hire 16,500 new agents to enforce the health care law?

A: No. The law requires the IRS mostly to hand out tax credits, not collect
penalties. The claim of 16,500 new agents stems from a partisan analysis
based on guesswork and false assumptions, and compounded by outright



CNN Fact Check: 16,500 IRS agents to police health care?

The number seems to have originated in a GOP committee report last spring
The most recent data from the IRS, from 2009, shows that the service has
93,337 employees, of whom 14,264 are revenue agents and an additional 2,725
are special agents. That's a current total of 16,989 agents to handle all
investigations and taxpayer audits conducted by the IRS.

And Bachmann went further than asserting that 16,500 employees would be
hired -- she said 16,500 IRS agents may be "in charge of policing" the
health care bill.

But the health care bill specifically says that taxpayers who do not buy
insurance "shall not be subject to any criminal prosecution or penalty with
respect to such failure." And 16,500 agents would require the IRS to almost
double its force of agents or divert nearly all its current agents from
their existing audit and investigative duties. Either seems far-fetched,
given the provisions of the health care bill that prohibit criminal
prosecution or penalty of taxpayers who do not meet its provisions.

Bottom line:

Congresswoman Bachmann's assertion is, at best, misleading.

Yet more lies followed...

"We need to start making things again in this country, and we can do that by
reducing the tax and regulatory burdens on job creators. America will have
the highest corporate tax rate in the world. Think about that. Look no
further to see why jobs are moving overseas."

First, it's a LIE that tax breaks and less regulation creates jobs, as the
massive job losses under Bush, as Republicans gutted regulations and slashed
taxes, so irrefutably prove. We lost millions upon millions of jobs as the
Bush administration slashed taxes and gutted regulatory agencies. Because of
the regulatory genocide of the Bush administration we barely averted a
financial disaster that nearly destroyed the world economy and suffered the
worst oil spill in history, a disaster of unmatched proportions that has
decimated much of the Gulf coast.

Second, it's a LIE that American corporations pay the highest corporate tax
rate in the world. In point of fact, the biggest US companies pay the least
- many of the biggest companies pay nothing at all - while the small
businesses Republicans pretend to care about get screwed. Overall it's a
lie, too, as US corporations pay an average of 26% in taxes. The average for
the world as whole is, ahem, 25%, virtually identical.

Even her meant to be rousing closing contained the kind of glaring,
nonsensical error that would net you a "D" at best on a 6th grade history

"The perilous battle that was fought during World War II in the Pacific at
Iwo Jima was a battle against all odds, and yet this picture immortalizes
the victory of young GIs over the incursion against the Japanese."

So, the victory at Iwo Jima, which, BTW was nowhere near secured when the
famous picture was taken, was a victory over the incursions against the

Um, say WHAT? We, as in Americans, led the incursions against the Japanese.
Iwo Jima, in point of fact, was an American incursion into Japanese
territory. So, she's saying it was a victory over... ourselves?

Nor is this just some Freudian slip of the tongue. She - or someone equally
as stupid - wrote it exactly that way, as the text version she released to
the media - the one she doggedly read off of a teleprompter into the wrong
camera, proves.

As hard as it is to believe, she really is THAT fucking stupid. And the
whiny ass tea baggers love it! After all, she's just like them.

The whiny ass tea baggers claim to have quite the fetish for the founding
fathers and the Consitution. Unfortunately, they are completely ignorant of
both subjects. Not surprising, as their leaders are obviously ignorant, too.
They rhapsodize about an entirely imaginary history. And when they're not
making shit up about our history, they're outright lying their asses off
about our present.

Proof: Sarah Palin is dumb, dumb, dumb

From time to time, I encounter something so blazingly, absolutely, industrial-strength stupid that the only reaction I have is to bang my head into my desk over and over and over. Here is one of those moments.

So Sarah Palin went on Greta Van Susteren's show last night and one of
the "questions" was about what she thought of President Obama's
reference to America's "Sputnik moment" during his State of the Union

Just about everyone knows that the phrase "Sputnik moment" refers to
America's response to the Soviet launch of the Sputnik satellite and
how it galvanized the nation to make the scientific and technological
advantages that allowed us to go to the moon and beyond.

But not Sarah Palin. Apparently she never learned about Sputnik and
the US response in any of the five colleges she attended or any of the
schools she attended between grades 1 and 12.

To Palin, the Sputnik moment was a bad thing for America and the fact
that President Obama "would aspire Americans to celebrate" it
represents a "WTF moment." Why? Because, she says, Sputnik "resulted
in the inevitable collapse of the Soviet Union."

Of course, the collapse of the Soviet Union had nothing to do with
Sputnik (and does Palin really think its collapse was a bad thing?).

But -- the point of President Obama's speech -- which, clearly Palin
is too fucking stupid to understand -- wasn't that we should emulate
the Soviet Union -- it was that we should emulate our own history and
our own response to Sputnik.

Palin obviously didn't understand that, which makes for a truly
remarkable 45 seconds of television -- quite possibly the stupidest 45
seconds of babbling by a potential presidential candidate in American


GRETA: Governor, last night there was a lot of discussion about the
Sputnik Moment the President wants us to have. Do you agree with him?
Is this our moment?

PALIN: That was another one of those WTF moments, when he has so often
repeated, the Sputnik Moment, that he would aspire Americans to
celebrate, he needs to remember that what happened back then with the
former communist USSR and their victory and that race to space, yeah,
they won, but they also incurred so much debt at the time that it
resulted in the inevitable collapse of the Soviet Union so I listen to
that Sputnik Moment talk over and over again and I think, no, we don’t
need one of those.


It's about Sarah Palin and her "blood libel" speech

After watching Sarah Palin's 8-minute attack of diarrhea of the mouth in which she read her teleprompter about "blood libel," I am now convinced of something:

Sarah Palin's Down Syndrome child is the genius in her family.

Michelle Malkin -- the original "anchor baby" -- tries to equate Democrats stealing yard signs to Republicans calling for killing public officials

According to the latest bullshit from Malkin, Repubican violent rhetoric and murder are the equivalent of Democrats stealing campaign yard signs and throwing salad dressing at Pat Buchanan.

According to Malkin, the following incidents show just how violent Democrats are:

Police arrested Corey Robert Cooke of Ellicott City, Md., in September 2004 and charged him with malicious destruction of property after he allegedly used a power tool to cut down a Bush-Cheney sign.

Howard County, Md., police arrested Peter Lizon, left, and Stephanie Louise Lizon in October 2004 and charged them with malicious destruction of property. Mr. Lizon allegedly destroyed Bush-Cheney signs with a bayonet.

In April 2005, Earlham College suspended Josh Medlin after he threw an ice cream pie at Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol. Medlin pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor battery charge two weeks ago.

In March 2005, Western Michigan University police arrested Samuel Mesick and charged him with a misdemeanor charge of disturbing the peace after Mesick threw a cup of salad dressing on Pat Buchanan.

Police cited Bruce Charles of Portland for disorderly conduct after Charles threw a shoe at former Pentagon adviser Richard Perle in February 2005.

In May 2005, police arrested Ajai Raj and charged him with disorderly conduct after he asked a vulgar question and made lewd hand gestures after a speech by conservative author Ann Coulter at the University of Texas at Austin.

Sowande Ajumoke Omokunde, son of congresswoman Gwen Moore (D-Milwaukee), was one of five paid Kerry campaign workers in Milwaukee who allegedly slashed the tires of 20 vans that had been rented by Wisconsin Republicans as part of their Election Day 2004 get-out-the-vote effort.

Phillip Edgar Smith, left, and William Zachary Wolff were arrested after they threw custard cream pies at conservative author Ann Coulter during her speech at the University of Arizona in October 2004.

December 2009 – Palin-hater Jeremy Olson arrested for attempted assault and disorderly conduct after hurling two tomatoes at the Alaska governor from a second-floor mall balcony in Minnesota. He missed and hit a cop.


Meanwhile, she ignores these appeals to violence and murder by Republican elected officials:

Rep. Gregg Harper (R-MS) said, "We hunt liberal, tree-hugging Democrats, although it's a waste of good ammunition."
During a GOP event at a gun range, South Florida Republican Robert Lowry fired at a target with the initials of his opponent, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, written on it.

Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) said that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) would "bludgeon" blue dogs "to death" to get their votes for health care reform.

A columnist for Newsmax, which has rented its email list to the Republican National Committee, promoted the possibility of a military coup against President Obama.

Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK) told supporters, "We're almost reaching a revolution in this country."

After a man brought an assault rifle to an Obama event, Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-GA) said people "should" bring guns to public meetings.

Rep. Todd Akin (R-MO) joked about Democratic members who "almost got lynched" at town hall meetings.

At an anti-health care reform event, protestors hung an effigy of Rep. Frank Kratovil (D-MD)

Rep. Michele Bachmann said conservatives need to "slit our wrists, become blood brothers" to make sure health care reform doesn't pass.

Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison's (R-TX) former press secretary wrote a column favorably comparing the Tea Parties to "Project Mayhem" -- a fictional terrorist organization in the movie Fight Club that blew up banks.

Rep. Michele Bachmann said she wanted the American people "armed and dangerous" to fight cap-and-trade legislation.

Katherine Crabill, a Republican candidate for the Virginia House of Delegates quotes a 1775 speech by Patrick Henry and then states, "We have a chance to fight this battle at the ballot box before we have to resort to the bullet box."

Here's more rightwing violence she hopes you didn't hear about:

July 27, 2008 Jim Adkisson shoots and kills two people at a progressive church in Knoxville, Tennessee, wounding two. Adkisson calls it "a symbolic killing" because he really "wanted to kill...every Democrat in the Senate & House, the 100 people in Bernard Goldberg's book," but was unable to gain access to them.

April 4, 2009 Neo-Nazi Richard Poplawski shoots and kills three police officers responding to a 911 call to his home in Pittsburgh. His friend Edward Perkovic tells reporters that Poplawski feared "the Obama gun ban that's on its way" and "didn't like our rights being infringed upon." Perkovic also commented that Poplawski carried out the shooting because "if anyone tried to take his firearms, he was gonna' stand by what his forefathers told him to do."

May 31, 2009 Scott P. Roeder shoots and kills Dr. George Tiller, an abortion provider, in the foyer of Reformation Lutheran Church in Wichita, Kansas. The FBI lists Roeder as a member of the Montana Freemen, a radical anti-government group. Between January 6 and May 15, Politifact found 8 instances where conservative talk show host, Bill O'Reilly called George Tiller a "baby killer". Other reports show O'Reilly had labeled Dr. Tiller "Tiller, the baby killer" as far back as 2006.

June 10, 2009 James W. von Brunn, a convicted felon and a "hardcore Neo-Nazi," walks into the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. and shoots and kills a security guard. Von Brunn believed that Western civilization was going to be replaced with a "ONE WORLD ILLUMINATI GOVERNMENT" that would "confiscate private weapons" in order to accomplish its goals.

February 18, 2010 Joseph Stack of Austin, Texas, flies a single-engine plane into an office building containing nearly 200 IRS employees, killing one and wounding 13. In a suicide note, Stack lays out his grievances with the federal tax agency, stating, "... Violence not only is the answer, it is the only answer."

March 4, 2010 John Patrick Bedell, a California resident, travels to Arlington, Virginia, and opens fire on police officers at the entrance to the Pentagon. Bedell is armed with two semiautomatic firearms and "many [ammunition] magazines." Bedell injures two officers before he is killed by return fire. Reports reveals Bedell to be a Truther who believed that the U.S. government had been taken over by a criminal organization in a 1963 coup. In an Internet posting, he writes, "This organization, like so many murderous governments throughout history, would see the sacrifice of thousands of its citizens, in an event such as the September 11 attacks, as a small cost in order to perpetuate its barbaric control."

April 7, 2010 Gregory Lee Giusti, 48, of San Francisco, California, is arrested for making threatening phone calls to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA). Giusti allegedly called Pelosi dozens of times, recited her home address, and told her that if she wanted to see it again, she should drop her support for health care reform legislation. Giusti had a "history of mental health problems" and his mother indicated he was influenced by "Fox News and all of those that are really radical."

July 18, 2010 California Highway Patrol officers arrest Byron Williams, 45, after a shootout on I-580 in which more than 60 rounds are fired. Officers had pulled Williams over in his pick-up for speeding and weaving in and out of traffic when he opened fire on them with a handgun and a long gun. Williams, a convicted felon, is shot several times, but survives because he is wearing body armor. Williams, a convicted felon, reveals that he was on his way to San Francisco to "start a revolution" by killing employees of the ACLU and Tides Foundation. Williams' mother says her son was angry at "Left-wing politicians" and upset by "the way Congress was railroading through all these Left-wing agenda items."

Here they are: Rightwing murderers in their own words

Let's examine the actual words from rightwing murderers.

March 11, 2009—NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre speaks at the 2009 Conservative Political Action Conference and announces that “Our Founding Fathers understood that the guys with the guns make the rules.”

March 21-22, 2009—Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-MN) states that she wants residents of her state to be “armed and dangerous on this issue of the energy tax because we need to fight back. Thomas Jefferson told us ‘having a revolution every now and then is a good thing,’ and the people—we the people—are going to have to fight back hard if we’re not going to lose our country.”

April 4, 2009—Neo-Nazi Richard Poplawski shoots and kills three police officers responding to a 911 call to his home in Pittsburgh. His friend Edward Perkovic tells reporters that Poplawski feared “the Obama gun ban that’s on its way” and “didn’t like our rights being infringed upon.” Perkovic also commented that Poplawski carried out the shooting because “if anyone tried to take his firearms, he was gonna’ stand by what his forefathers told him to do.”

April 7, 2009—The Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis releases an assessment of right wing extremism in the United States. The Department notes that “the economic downturn and the election of the first African American president present unique drivers for rightwing radicalization and recruitment.” Recalling the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing by Timothy McVeigh, the Department speculates, “The possible passage of new restrictions on firearms and the return of military veterans facing significant challenges reintegrating into their communities could lead to the potential emergence of terrorist groups or lone wolf extremists capable of carrying out violent attacks.”

April 15, 2009—Daniel Knight Hayden, 52, is arrested by FBI agents after he openly states on Twitter that he is going to turn the upcoming Oklahoma City “Tea Party” into a bloodbath. Two months earlier, Hayden had written online, “The only thing that is keeping the New World Order from destroying this nation is the presence of over 100,000,000 guns in civilian hands. When guns are outlawed, only criminals will have guns. Since we are already criminals in the eyes of the New World Order, and they intend to enslave us all, and to kill those of us who will NOT submit to their slavery, I say to IGNORE gun "laws" and keep your guns (AND ammo) handy.”

July 2, 2010—The Wyoming Department of Revenue suspends sales tax collections at the state's gun shows because of "increasing animosity" toward field tax agents. Dan Noble, director of the department's Excise Tax Division, cites one particular incident at a gun show that "crossed the line" and says, "We tend to have more trouble at gun shows than any place ... I have 10 field reps throughout the state, and every one of them has experienced some animosity ... I don't want to put my people at risk."

July 3, 2010—Joyce Kaufman, a conservative radio hosts on WFTL in Florida, tells a crowd of supporters at a Fort Lauderdale Tea Party event, “I am convinced that the most important thing the Founding Fathers did to ensure me my First Amendments rights was they gave me a Second Amendment. And if ballots don’t work, bullets will. This is the standoff. When I say I’ll put my microphone down on November 2nd if we haven’t achieved substantial victory, I mean it. Because if at that point I’m going to up into the hills of Kentucky, I’m going to go out into the Midwest, I’m going to go up in the Vermont and New Hampshire outreaches and I’m going to gather together men and women who understand that some things are worth fighting for and some things are worth dying for.”

July 6, 2010—Herb Titus, a lawyer for Gun Owners of America, tells Religion Dispatches, "If you have a people that has basically been disarmed by the civil government, then there really isn't any effectual means available to the people to restore law and liberty and that's really the purpose of the right to keep and bear arms—is to defend yourself against a tyrant." Titus goes on to cite the "totalitarian threat" posed by "Obamacare" and "what Sarah Palin said about the death panels."

Never, never, never let this map disappear!!!

Sarah Palin reacted to the passage of the health-care reform last year by issuing a Unites States map showing districts of 20 Democratic House members who’d voted for the law and who she was targeting for defeat in the midterm elections last November. On the map, the targeted districts were indicated by icons that resembled gun sights — crosshairs.

In announcing her campaign to unseat these 20 Dems, she created a little controversy by using violent rhetoric. “Don’t Retreat,” Palin urged her followers. “Instead — RELOAD!”

One of those crosshairs was on the district of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, the Democrat from Tucson, Ariz., who was shot through the head at an event in her district today.

Six people were killed, including a nine-year-old girl, a Giffords staffer and U.S. District Judge John Roll. Twelve people, including Giffords, were wounded.

Within minutes of the shooting, this "target list" map was removed from Sarah Palin's SarahPAC website. Too late, Sarah -- your hit list will never disappear and you will be held to account for the violence spewing from this map.

As if this was not enough, During the campaign, the campaign of Jesse Kelly, the Republican endorsed by Palin to run against Gifford, released this blurb inviting voters to an event:

“Get on Target for Victory in November. Help remove Gabrielle Giffords from office. Shoot a fully automatic M16 with Jesse Kelly.”

Featured at this fund-raiser were targets made from Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' photograph. So -- Sarah Palin puts cross-hairs on Giffords; her opponent has people fire "a fully automatic M16" at pictures of Giffords.

Please copy this blog article and spread it around. We cannot let Sarah Palin get away with inciting murder.

Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck murdered a 9-year-old girl in Tucson today

One of the six people murdered was a nine year old child.

Her name was Christina Taylor Green.

She was from Tuscon.

She was the youngest victim of the hatred that spews 24/7 from the

She had just been elected to the student body council at her school.

One of her neghbors invited her to Rep. Giffords' event because they
thought she would enjoy the experience.

"The next thing you know this happened. How do you prepare for
something like this. My little niece got killed-took one on the chest
and she is dead," said her heartbroken uncle.

Christina loved to play baseball and took part in ballet.

A nine year old girl is dead.

Her family has lost their precious child.

She isn't a statistic.

She isn't just a name in the newspaper.

Her name was Christina Taylor Green.

She was a living breathing child. Who had her own dreams and favorite

And for god's sake, she was only Nine years old.



ATTENTION SARAH PALIN: Man up and admit it -- you caused the Tucson murders!!!

Sarah Palin marked 20 Democrats for assassination on her "target map." Sarah Palin told her followers "Don't retreat -- RELOAD!!"

Sarah Palin put cross-hairs on Representative Gabrielle Giffords.

Now, Rep. Giffords has been shot through the head and, while she may survive, who knows what shape she will be in with her brains blown away?


We know that within minutes of the shooting, Palin's people removed the "target map" from her websites -- too late, Sarah, you assassination map has been archived for the world to see.

Is Sarah Palin going to explain to the Congresswoman's children that
when she "targeted" their mother, she didn't expect someone to
actually shoot her at point blank range in the back of the head?

Is Sarah Palin going to use her millions of $$$ from Fox to provide
support for the care of this woman as she struggles with her

While Palin is at it, will she "man up" and personally apologize to
the parents of the dead child for her inflammatory rhetoric?

And what about the "warrior", Jesse Kelly, who, as a campaign stunt,
let people fire am M-16 on full auto at targets of Cong Giffords?
Will he be man enough to apologize to her husband?

Will we have to watch Boehner get all weepy over this?

Will Republicans denounce the Tea Party and those who embrace violence?

No matter how you cut it.

The Republicans and the Tea Party wing of the Republican Party own

Like the old saying goes, "You lay down with dogs, you get up with fleas."

They made their bed and now its on fire.

Sarah Palin, the entire rightwing, responsible for shooting in Tucson, AZ

Sarah Palin and the entire rightwing propaganda machine has blood on their hands. They are responsible for the shooting in Tucson, AZ, on Saturday, 8 January 2010, the left a member of Congress fighting for her life, a federal judge dead, and five innocent people dead.

Sarah Palin's "Target Map -- and telling her minions to "reload."

Michael Savage bleating on Savage Nation radio, says: "Only vigilance and resistance to this baby dictator, Barack Hussein Obama, can prevent the Khmer Rouge from appearing in this country."

Erick Ericksson at Red State says: "At what point do the people ... march down to their state legislator's house, pull him outside, and beat him to a bloody pulp?"

No matter how it tries, the right cannot divorce itself from the pustulence of its violent rhetoric no matter how many times its practitioners say "not me, not me" after people are murdered for taking these vile imprecations to heart.

A few crocodile tears from Glenn Beck won't cut it.

Time to call John Boehner and ask: "WHERE ARE THE JOBS BILLS?"

The Reublikkkans take over the House this week and for the past month all we have heard from them is Darrell Issa's investigations and GOP plans to repeal the Affordable Health Care Act.

Question for John Boehner: WHERE ARE THE JOB CREATION BILLS????





Call Speaker John Boehner and say:

"Since Jan 1, 2011 there have been at least 13 repeal bills from Republicans in the House but NOT ONE SINGLE JOB CREATION BILL -- so --- WHERE ARE THE JOB CREATION BILLS?"

BOEHNER'S DC Phone (202) 225-6205

Call him, now.

Ask all your friends to call him.

If your local Congresscritter is a Republikkkan, call him/her and ask the same question: "Since Jan 1, 2011 there have been at least 13 repeal bills from Republicans in the House but NOT ONE SINGLE JOB CREATION BILL -- so --- WHERE ARE THE JOB CREATION BILLS?"