Friday, October 24, 2008

Palin's Terrorists

Now you can do with this as you please.



I find it the height of irresponsibility to not state clearly that bombings, arsons, and shootings with the desired end being political change are terrorism. I also note the caveate of "innocent people." I could easily enough read some nasty things into this kind of equivocation.

Juxtaposing her extreme stance on abortion with her insistence of speaking to Ayers rather than the question and the hard core rhetoric of the campaign makes for some interesting speculation. I don't like her and guessing at motives beyond the transparent one of Ayers staying in the forefront is risky stuff, but...

3 comments:

Zak Johnson said...

Unbelievable. I keep thinking Palin has hit bottom only to find out she keeps digging. Not denouncing clinic bombers as terrorists should undermine any remnant of credibility the McPalin ticket has, even with pompous apologists like Krauthammer.

Thing is, the right-wing crazies--the militia men, the clinic bombers, the county boards who ban the U.N., and so forth that were so active in exile when Clinton was in the White House will be stoked up by the revolutionary rhetoric of the right-wing to go back to their bad old ways under any Democratic administration. Watch for it.

Chuck Butcher said...

There may be no bottom...

Bpaul said...

FFS!!! (Hope that's not too much cussing for you Chuck)

Going to regretfully have to post this to my blog, as crappy as it is. Under the title "their bombers are terrorists, ours aren't."

FFS, is all I can say, FFS.