Where Are The Apologies?

Loughner was a product of a liberal, drug addicted society with no moral standards. The exact opposite of what Sarah Palin stands for.


It is clear at this point that the Tucson shooter was not influenced by Palin. He may not even know who she is. Where are the retractions?

If President Obama was actually interested in bipartisanship and healing, he would have addressed this issue in Tucson. His failure to do so does nothing to increase confidence in his motives.

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15 Responses to Where Are The Apologies?

  1. glacierman says:

    The progressives/liberals/moderndemocraticparty/msm have nothing else. This is what they believe, so when anything bad happens this is their first reaction. Remember Bloomberg’s reaction to the bombing in Times Square?

    Politics is their religion and big government is their god. They believe their mortal enemy is anyone who is not a true believer in their faith. That is how they justify their actions – the ends justify the means. If they can use a tragedy to increase the power and scope of government, all the better, doesn’t matter if they are related or not.

  2. Andy Weiss says:

    Messing with drugs, radical left wing political views, talented but a bit eccentric. That sounds like a lot of my friends! And probably a million other people.

    None of them ended up killing anyone and most ended up living successful lives. I don’t believe that any all encompassing political statement should be made about a lone, deranged killer.

  3. latitude says:

    I don’t think they believe this at all…

    There agenda is to shut down Fox News, talk radio, Tea Party, even Palin..

    They’ve been trying to control the media, the internet, etc all along.

  4. MikeTheDenier says:

    OT. I hope the NFL will have this show during halftime at the Super Bowl!!!!!

    Fans Shocked as Lacrosse Mascot Gets 3 Lap Dances During Halftime Show


  5. bubbagyro says:

    Andy Weiss says:
    January 17, 2011 at 3:58 pm

    You are right, drugs etc. do not guarantee violent results, they are contributory, though. I believe moreover, that whoever Jared’s supplier is, he is culpable for the atrocious act he committed.

    It is a medical fact that as much as 8% of chronic marijuana users will develop schizophrenia, probably irreversible, as a result of even short term chronic usage. Look up marijuana induced schizophrenia. It has been linked to two genes that are present and well established in current gene medicine. This is an example of the law of unintended consequences.

    I believe (IMHO, only) that the increasing epidemic of conspiracy theorists is linked to marijuana usage (not counting the myriad authors who make a living writing the conspiracy theory books—they may or may not be “true believers”). This, also IMO, is not a healthy situation for a government “of the people”.

    People should be at least apprised of the real dangers of marijuana usage. I have a close relative who is now unable to work, perhaps for the rest of his life, because of several years of chronic marijuana usage. The linkage to pot use was established by his psychiatrists.

  6. DEEBEE says:

    Waiting for someone to throw in a plug for liberalizing drug laws

  7. Nobama says:

    Looks like Most Americans believe Sarah’s image was improved by her response. That she is “More sincere and believable”


  8. Andy Weiss says:

    Chronic or excessive usage of any drug or alcohol is dangerous. Chronic overeating is dangerous. Excessive sex is dangerous. Excessive head scratching is dangerous. Excessive anything is dangerous.

    A little social drinking or a puff or two here and there never hurt anyone. And has probably been done by a vast majority of adults.

  9. PhilJourdan says:

    If you are waiting for an apology – you have a very LONG wait.

  10. Andy Weiss says:

    I knew a woman who said cocaine was far better than sex.

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