In his ''Tucson speech'', Obama declared that we should not allow the tragedy in Tucson to be ''an occasion to turn on each other''.
Left wing folks such as Pima County Sheriff Dupnik, New York Times columnist Paul Krugman, various news outlets and bloggers quickly accused the ''Tea party'' and persons such as Sarah Palin, Rush Limbaugh, Bill Oreilly, Sean Hannity and several others for inciting the crimes of the accused killer Loughner.
Recently a victim of this tragic event was arrested for threatening a Tea Party member in Tucson. Congressman Giffords' father, when asked who might be enemies of his daughter, pointed to the whole Tea party. Sheriff Dupnik gets credit for starting the ball rolling to divert our attention from the facts.
It's apparent that this vitriol is coming from ONE side, the LEFT! The President wants to 'spread the blame around' as surely as he wants to 'spread the wealth around'.
Many respected personalities, supposedly on the right, including Mike Huckabee have taken the 'bait' and thus missed the big picture. The Obama administration is succeeding in recruiting people both on the right and the left to accept equal blame for the tragedy in Tucson which they had nothing to do with at all.
The President also hopes to further distract us by encouraging our representatives to sit together at the State of the Union and ''tone down'' their vitriol, which again he has unfairly assigned to folks like you and I. Listen carefully as the whole House sings kumbaya (somewhat out of tune I suspect).
Very crafty of the President and his socialist committee to convince folks to accept equal blame for a tragedy and thus divert attention away from their ongoing agenda. That being to succeed in dismantling the US Constitution and socialize our great country.
The Tucson killer is apparently a sick, delusional pathetic loner who acted out some Lucid dream fantasy, whatever that means, on his own behalf.
The House majority was won because patriots took to the streets to peacefully assemble in order to address grievances. That is to insist through our First Amendment Right that their over-reaching government begin reversing direction. Talking wasn't enough, we had to take our message to the streets, peacefully!
If we allow this administration to squelch our speech or succeed in compromising our Constitution, we will lose what we have gained. If we in the Tea party were guilty of vitriolic speech or actions, the point would be taken and we would soften in regret. That is NOT the case though as 99% of any vitriol is indeed from the left, or extreme left.
Let's not let them kick us while we're down, and despite the recent political wins we've had, we are indeed down. We must stay on guard and continue to tell it like it is, as we have been doing.
I trust I've kept my 'vitriol' in check. (P.S. Don't get me started on the 2nd amendment implications here).