Monday, January 10, 2011

Dupnik has it wrong.

Acording to Yahoo commentary...

Pima County Sheriff Said what Was on the Minds of Many

When Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik declared how "unbalanced people... respond to vitriol that comes out of certain mouths," this elected official finally took a stand against those who use violent rhetoric. Dupnik was referring to a possible motive for the shooting in Tucson, Ariz., which claimed the lives of six people and wounded Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.

I am glad this Sheriff is not the sheriff in this county. This is without a doubt the most irresponsible thing a peace officer could say.

This fellow loughner was reputed to be mentally unstable. Fox news reported that the pistol he used was legally purchased, which means to me that the pistol was registered. In this state (North Carolina) it is the sheriff who signs off on registered weapons. Was Sheriff Dupnik remiss in his duties as sheriff and grant a license for this pistol? What kind of back ground check was done? Does Loughner have a police record? Was the sheriff aware of this fellow?

When a liberal uses the words toxic rhetoric it is an attack on free speech. It is an attack on the constitution. The first amendment is all about speech which is offensive. It is only vitriol when a conservative says something a leftest doesn't agree with. I seem to remember that the left published a book about assassinating president Bush. I remember a movie which portrayed President Bush being assassinated. Where was the concern over vitriol then?

Sheriff Dupnik should for the good of his county resign.

I remember more, but I am already being watched...

Jacobins and Girondins.
God Save the King.

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