Thursday, January 13, 2011

An Angry Little Nut, Acting Alone..."We Can Be Better"

Media, politicians spin a highly familiar yarn about a tragic event involving a firearm and a savage attack on innocent people

Tucson - President Barack Hussein Obama sought to comfort a grieving nation yesterday, saying “We can be better.”

Speaking to thousands in this arid city near the Mexican border, the President urged a new spirit of civility in the bruising national debate over what amounts to the business of a huge corporation with more than 300 million shareholders.

“I believe we can be better,” he said. "Those who died here, those who saved lives here — they help me believe," the president said. "We may not be able to stop all evil in the world, but I know that how we treat one another is entirely up to us."

He challenged the nation to a debate that is worthy of the lives lost in the attack of a gunman on people exercising their First Amendment right to freedom of association and to peacefully assemble.

In contrast, presidential hopeful Sarah Palin, former Governor of Alaska who quit her post to run for national office, paraphrased the words of President Ronald Reagan and called for the nation to hold an “evil man” responsible for what happened to Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, a blue dog Democratic Representative who voted for ObamaCare and other decidedly liberal causes, yet applauded the arrival of National Guard troops to help defend the international border against what many Arizonans see as a criminal onslaught of undocumented aliens who are breaching the national security while a helpless federal government stands by and does little or nothing. Mrs. Palin used the medieval term "blood libel" to describe the commentary of politicians and journalists regarding the killings in Tucson. The term refers to a medieval practice of accusing Jews of murdering gentile children to obtain their blood. Many were executed and tortured for crimes they not only did not commmit, but were, in fact, never committed because they did not occur to begin with.

Liberals are highly critical of her campaign image of placing rifle scope crosshairs on liberal congressmen's districts to symbolize political problems with their policies.

Already, many are confused about the true facts of the attack in which early reports alleged there were two gunmen. Additionally, doctors called in to treat the traumatic through and through head wounds the Congresswoman suffered when the accused gunman mowed down six persons, including a little girl, have disagreed with witnesses and emergency trauma specialists who have said the direction of the bullets was from Ms. Giffords' rear. They think the bullets came from her front.

Following a visit from the President, Ms. Giffords opened her eyes for the first time, much to the delight of doctors who say she has a “101 percent” chance of recovery.

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