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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Sarah Palin's Calming Words on the Arizona Shooting


Sarah Palin: "America's Enduring Strength" from Sarah Palin on Vimeo.

6 comments:

  1. Sarah is a sick, sick puppy!

    http://www.truth-out.org/poor-poor-sarah66781

    EJ De Mira

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  2. Your website is a progressive leftwing web site. Since you read it you must be the one in need of a veterinarian. Palin is right and you liberals are just fear mongers.

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  3. Here is noted lawyer and educator Alan Dershowitz's statement. Read it and weep you lefty's.


    "In an exclusive statement, famed attorney and Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz defended Sarah Palin’s use of the term “blood libel” from multiple detractors. As the Media Matters/MSM/Democrat narrative on the Tucson tragedy unravels, they are getting a lot more desperate in their attacks on Palin. Fortunately, there are still plenty of honest liberals around:

    The term “blood libel” has taken on a broad metaphorical meaning in public discourse. Although its historical origins were in theologically based false accusations against the Jews and the Jewish People,its current usage is far broader. I myself have used it to describe false accusations against the State of Israel by the Goldstone Report. There is nothing improper and certainly nothing anti-Semitic in Sarah Palin using the term to characterize what she reasonably believes are false accusations that her words or images may have caused a mentally disturbed individual to kill and maim. The fact that two of the victims are Jewish is utterly irrelevant to the propriety of using this widely used term.

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  4. I posted this over on Russ Steele's blog this morning.

    Even though I m sure Palin had no intent using the term "blood libel" to offend the Jewish community, the left is going apoplectic. However, Abraham Foxman said this and then later expressed his desire that she could have picked a different phrase.

    "Abraham Foxman, national director of the Anti-Defamation League, said "it was inappropriate at the outset to blame Sarah Palin and others for causing this tragedy or for being an accessory to murder. Palin has every right to defend herself against these kinds of attacks, and we agree with her that the best tradition in America is one of finding common ground despite our differences."

    I have never heard the phrase in my life and I am 60. Why these words have to only mean one thing when words can usually mean others as well is a liberal trick. Pretty soon there will be no words anyone can speak until the word police give you the go ahead

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Real name thank you.