Sickness on the left

Ed Lasky
Tom Gross of the National Review's Media Matters blog, brings to our attention a vile article from Counterpunch.

The American people, including the families of the murdered Virginia Tech innocents, have collective blood-guilt on their hands...

How many of those parents in the audience had also voted for legislators who backed the president's illegal invasion of Iraq? ...

Who is responsible for the killings in Iraq except the same now bereaved parents of the murdered students at Virginia Tech? ...

All across America, people who attend church and regard themselves as "good" people, such as the bereaved at Virginia Tech, are working in the plants that make atomic bombs and warplanes and napalm and cluster bombs and are creating new, demonical designs of germ warfare and space-based weapons so vile and horrible they defy description.
Anyone familiar with Counterpunch is aware that it floats anti-Semitic conspiracies, -as well as with its reliably anti-Israel postures. Blaming the Virginia Tech massacres on the American people and holding that we are collectively guilty because "parents in the audience" voted for legislators who backed the invasion of Iraq and support defense spending is obscene. This is one more example that people who peddle anti-Semitism, as Counterpunch does, are often afflicted with a type of emotional and mental instability that manifests itself in many sickening ways.
Tom Gross of the National Review's Media Matters blog, brings to our attention a vile article from Counterpunch.

The American people, including the families of the murdered Virginia Tech innocents, have collective blood-guilt on their hands...

How many of those parents in the audience had also voted for legislators who backed the president's illegal invasion of Iraq? ...

Who is responsible for the killings in Iraq except the same now bereaved parents of the murdered students at Virginia Tech? ...

All across America, people who attend church and regard themselves as "good" people, such as the bereaved at Virginia Tech, are working in the plants that make atomic bombs and warplanes and napalm and cluster bombs and are creating new, demonical designs of germ warfare and space-based weapons so vile and horrible they defy description.
Anyone familiar with Counterpunch is aware that it floats anti-Semitic conspiracies, -as well as with its reliably anti-Israel postures. Blaming the Virginia Tech massacres on the American people and holding that we are collectively guilty because "parents in the audience" voted for legislators who backed the invasion of Iraq and support defense spending is obscene. This is one more example that people who peddle anti-Semitism, as Counterpunch does, are often afflicted with a type of emotional and mental instability that manifests itself in many sickening ways.