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    Re: Will Tucson Change Sarah Palin's Rhetoric?

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    Yeah, they're going to go nuts with this.
    Is anyone hopeful the new congress will put a stop to anything?
    I was, but then I see that it is Pete King (R) working on more gun regulations.
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    Re: Will Tucson Change Sarah Palin's Rhetoric?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    I don't see why she would change, or any need for her to change. In fact, she'd look even worse in my eyes than she does now if she does change. Also, I do not see how she could be held morally responsible for the shooting.
    Thank you for responding to the actual substance of my question.

    I think this event might ultimately increase her popularity. Maybe not with liberals, but I think she's handled herself very well.
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    Re: Will Tucson Change Sarah Palin's Rhetoric?

    Quote Originally Posted by ??? View Post
    Whether you think she should be held morally responsible for this tragedy or any true politically-motivated violence, or whether you think she has reprehensibly and unjustly been accused and viciously slandered . . . do you think Tucson and the surrounding furor will change Palin's style, language, etc. at all?

    I suspect we will see the same gun-toting, conservative key-word spouting Palin in the future. However, I suspect we may not hear the phrase "don't retreat, reload" ever again from her, and I doubt she will be publishing any maps featuring crosshairs in the future. What do you think?
    I wonder if Obama won't say "If they bring a knife, we'll bring a gun" again. I mean come on. Loughner was an independent nazi sympathizer druggie whacko. Didn't you hear Obama when he said we shouldn't use this to accuse each other or attack each other? Palin didn't cause this or even influence this. If Palin was the congresswoman from Arizona, she'd be the one in the hospital right now. Or dead, like the Republican appointed judge who was killed. Take your partisanship and accusations elsewhere.
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    Re: Will Tucson Change Sarah Palin's Rhetoric?

    I hope it doesn't change the way anyone conducts themselves, because the AZ. shooter was at the mercy of serious mental illness, and when the brain is malfunctioning anything from a Rap song to an Elmer Fudd cartoon can set them off.

    It appears the shooter did extensive reading od Hitler, Marx, and Mao, and the news and Talk Radio had no part in this attack.

    Where is dat pesky politician who hates Socialism.

    Wow he looks like a hater to me.

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    Re: Will Tucson Change Sarah Palin's Rhetoric?

    Quote Originally Posted by Councilman View Post
    I hope it doesn't change the way anyone conducts themselves, because the AZ. shooter was at the mercy of serious mental illness, and when the brain is malfunctioning anything from a Rap song to an Elmer Fudd cartoon can set them off.

    It appears the shooter did extensive reading od Hitler, Marx, and Mao, and the news and Talk Radio had no part in this attack.

    Where is dat pesky politician who hates Socialism.
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    Now ah...

    I hope you've got something to back that claim up.

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    Re: Will Tucson Change Sarah Palin's Rhetoric?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jetboogieman View Post
    Now ah...

    I hope you've got something to back that claim up.
    Well I suppose not...

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    Re: Will Tucson Change Sarah Palin's Rhetoric?

    Quote Originally Posted by ??? View Post
    Whether you think she should be held morally responsible for this tragedy or any true politically-motivated violence, or whether you think she has reprehensibly and unjustly been accused and viciously slandered . . . do you think Tucson and the surrounding furor will change Palin's style, language, etc. at all?

    I suspect we will see the same gun-toting, conservative key-word spouting Palin in the future. However, I suspect we may not hear the phrase "don't retreat, reload" ever again from her, and I doubt she will be publishing any maps featuring crosshairs in the future. What do you think?
    Even though I do not care for her and think that the media including FOX is trying to prop her up to give Obama his 2nd term I hope she does not cave to political correctness.
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    Re: Will Tucson Change Sarah Palin's Rhetoric?

    Quote Originally Posted by ??? View Post
    Thank you for responding to the actual substance of my question.

    I think this event might ultimately increase her popularity. Maybe not with liberals, but I think she's handled herself very well.
    sorry mr question mark, you've already been assigned the role of one of the haters. i understand it means you don't get to win and that's upsetting, but remember, there are no small parts, only small actors.

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    Re: Will Tucson Change Sarah Palin's Rhetoric?

    Quote Originally Posted by ??? View Post
    I brought it up because I think it will be interesting to see whether this mess changes one of the most famous political personas in this country.
    She is a "media darling", which does not speak well for the media(sensationalism based), nor the American people.
    As she is a conservative, that in itself tells one that she probably will not change..

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