The Democrats' Talking Point: No Place in Political 'Discourse' for Violence

Ann Kane
With the ratcheted up vitriolic rhetoric the Left has been spewing ever since the tragedy last Saturday in Arizona, you might think they would just fade into the background out of sheer exhaustion. But the lies keep on coming, and they have a new line about violence not being part of political discourse. What is political discourse? Who defines it? The Left?

People like Sheriff Dupnik of Pima County and Janet Napolitano desire to silence the opposition, whoever we may be. Theirs is an attack on free speech-of conservatives.

Sheriff Dupnik in HuffPo:
Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik has found himself at the epicenter of the post-Tucson political debate after implying that some responsibility for the shooting of Rep. Gabbie Giffords and 19 others was with the state of discourse in the country.

Janet Napolitano from Department of Homeland Security website:

There is no place in our society or discourse for such senseless and unconscionable acts of violence. Gabby is a steadfast representative for southern Arizona and both she and John [Roll] are dedicated public servants.

Dianne Feinstein in HuffPo:

I have seen firsthand the effects of assassination, and there is no place for this kind of violence in our political discourse. It must be universally condemned. We do not yet know the gunman's motivations, but I am convinced that we must reject extremism and violent rhetoric.

Not to be outdone in the vitriolic category, Hillary Clinton tows the same line as the others, but uses a different word, one that we've heard many times before. Extremist voices who "sometimes get on the TV" is a veiled reference to Fox News and conservative media.

Hillary Clinton while in Dubai remarked:

The extremists and their voices, the crazy voices that sometimes get on the TV, that's not who we are, that's not who you are, and what we have to do is get through that and make it clear that that doesn't represent either American or Arab ideas or opinions.
Clinton was speaking as an envoy for the United States, and in a completely unprofessional manner calls some conservatives "crazy" extremists. Exploiting a tragedy for political gain does irreparable damage to the psyches of Americans who need to know the truth in order to get on with their lives. But the truth is not important to those intent on fundamentally changing the way America operates.


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With the ratcheted up vitriolic rhetoric the Left has been spewing ever since the tragedy last Saturday in Arizona, you might think they would just fade into the background out of sheer exhaustion. But the lies keep on coming, and they have a new line about violence not being part of political discourse. What is political discourse? Who defines it? The Left?

People like Sheriff Dupnik of Pima County and Janet Napolitano desire to silence the opposition, whoever we may be. Theirs is an attack on free speech-of conservatives.

Sheriff Dupnik in HuffPo:
Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik has found himself at the epicenter of the post-Tucson political debate after implying that some responsibility for the shooting of Rep. Gabbie Giffords and 19 others was with the state of discourse in the country.

Janet Napolitano from Department of Homeland Security website:

There is no place in our society or discourse for such senseless and unconscionable acts of violence. Gabby is a steadfast representative for southern Arizona and both she and John [Roll] are dedicated public servants.

Dianne Feinstein in HuffPo:

I have seen firsthand the effects of assassination, and there is no place for this kind of violence in our political discourse. It must be universally condemned. We do not yet know the gunman's motivations, but I am convinced that we must reject extremism and violent rhetoric.

Not to be outdone in the vitriolic category, Hillary Clinton tows the same line as the others, but uses a different word, one that we've heard many times before. Extremist voices who "sometimes get on the TV" is a veiled reference to Fox News and conservative media.

Hillary Clinton while in Dubai remarked:

The extremists and their voices, the crazy voices that sometimes get on the TV, that's not who we are, that's not who you are, and what we have to do is get through that and make it clear that that doesn't represent either American or Arab ideas or opinions.
Clinton was speaking as an envoy for the United States, and in a completely unprofessional manner calls some conservatives "crazy" extremists. Exploiting a tragedy for political gain does irreparable damage to the psyches of Americans who need to know the truth in order to get on with their lives. But the truth is not important to those intent on fundamentally changing the way America operates.


Read more Ann Kane on www.potterwilliamsreport.com