Six people died in the Tucson, AZ shooting:
Christina Taylor Green
Fourteen others were wounded, but these people -- each some mother's child -- died.
These people were killed and injured by a deranged dungheap rat, who probably should have been taken out behind the barn and Ol' Yeller'd a long time ago.
I do not name this pile of walking fungus-scrapings, as I have seen his smirking face repeatedly on the National Media, and it is clear from his expression that he is enjoying his moment of fame and glory -- he shall have none of that from me.
Also notice, do, that I make no mention of his political leanings, aspirations or alleged beliefs. This is intentional, as rabid dogs have no politics -- only a disease.
I notice that others have made no such distinction. To these people I have two things to say:
One: have the common decency to stop dancing in the blood and making political hay with their dead bodies long enough for their kith and kin to lay their loved ones to rest. There will be more than time enough for your hypocrisies and your political agendas once the mourning is done.
Two: have a care to remember that when you point a finger at me, you're pointing the other three at yourself. When you're running your sanctimonious mouth about the "violent tone of political discord", you'd better take a good, long look at your side -- it wasn't Republicans who filmed an "art movie" about assassinating President Bush.
And where the hell was your outrage when someone (hint: not a Tea Party member, not a conservative, and not a Republican) shot and destroyed his television because the daughter of Sarah Palin happened to be on a popular dance show? Where was your concern with "civil political discourse"?
Have members of the Tea Party and other conservatives stepped up to, if not over, the courteous line in politics? Oh, yes.
But before you go flapping your sanctimonious, hypocritical cake-holes in our direction, I strongly suggest you take a broom to your own damned side. The lovely Michelle Malkin has a list where you can start.