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    Question Will Tucson Change Sarah Palin's Rhetoric?

    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?
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    Re: Will Tucson Change Sarah Palin's Rhetoric?

    I hope she doesn't change, and I hope conservatives follow her lead. Babysitting pant****ters emotions has F'd this country up and it's time to just call out all whining liberal puke BS for what it is. Thank you Sarah!
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    Re: Will Tucson Change Sarah Palin's Rhetoric?

    Enough with the Sarah Palin threads...

    Please for the love of god, make it stop, make it end.

    You know there's a potion that if you drink it, it makes you forget about all the partisan morons out there.

    It's called BLEACH.

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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?


    Why stop at Palin? I find it strange that only one person is being singled out here.


    There are many on the left and the right who have used much more rhetoric than Palin, why do you people keep trying to link her to this tragedy?


    It's rather poor taste and classless in my opinion.
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    Re: Will Tucson Change Sarah Palin's Rhetoric?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jetboogieman View Post
    Enough with the Sarah Palin threads...

    Please for the love of god, make it stop, make it end.

    You know there's a potion that if you drink it, it makes you forget about all the partisan morons out there.

    It's called BLEACH.


    d000d... that's "violent rhetoric"!!!!!!
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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?
    Let us hope so.
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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?
    It hasn't changed anyone else's style...why should it change hers?
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    Re: Will Tucson Change Sarah Palin's Rhetoric?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jetboogieman View Post
    Enough with the Sarah Palin threads...

    Please for the love of god, make it stop, make it end.

    You know there's a potion that if you drink it, it makes you forget about all the partisan morons out there.

    It's called BLEACH.
    Enough with the violence! Hands off Jetboogie! Stop twisting his arm and forcing him to read and participate in Palin threads.
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    Re: Will Tucson Change Sarah Palin's Rhetoric?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jetboogieman View Post
    Enough with the Sarah Palin threads...

    Please for the love of god, make it stop, make it end.

    You know there's a potion that if you drink it, it makes you forget about all the partisan morons out there.

    It's called BLEACH.
    Yes please! I'm sick and tired of hearing about Palin. She's not important, can we please stop talking about her.
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    Re: Will Tucson Change Sarah Palin's Rhetoric?

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    Why stop at Palin? I find it strange that only one person is being singled out here.


    There are many on the left and the right who have used much more rhetoric than Palin, why do you people keep trying to link her to this tragedy?


    It's rather poor taste and classless in my opinion.
    Did you bother to read the post before going on this rant? I am not linking her to anything, simply asking whether you think the response will change her at all. Not even asking whether you think she should change or not.

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