Monday, January 10, 2011

Just One Little Question

Sheriff Douchebag in Tucson said,
“I think the vitriolic rhetoric that we hear day in and day out from people in the radio business and some people in the TV business and what (we) see on TV and how our youngsters are being raised, that this has not become the nice United States of America that most of us grew up in.”
Isn't blaming the actions of a paranoid schizophrenic on the whole "right" vitriolic rhetoric itself?  Isn't he doing exactly what he's complaining about?

Pot, meet kettle.  Kettle, pot. 
Listen, sheriff Douchebag, er, Douchepin, um Dupnik: you're an embarrassment.  This has nothing to do with rhetoric and nothing to do with left vs. right.  It has to do with mental illness.  And if early reports are true, you should resign.  If this were Japan, seppuku might be a good alternative. 


  1. Its all about the message - as long as you're sending the right message then its not hypocritical. Or if your intentions are good then its somehow different. Besides, everybody knows that "vitriolic hate" can only be uttered by a "right winger".

    Lots of hypocrisy everywhere over this one. Of course there's no shortage on a certain side of the political spectrum of those who are true masters of the art - they work in it like some artists work in oils or bronze.

    And I second your opinion of the sheriff - hopefully the people will call for his resignation in the next election. Then he can run for congress...

  2. Racist! Au contraire, as DeGaulle said, Le Etat est Bronze... (oh nevermind)

    Even more bizarr-o is demanding that a violent paranoid schizophrenic be our best guide to public policy and practices.