Moving past right-wing rhetoric

Now that the right has proved to the world that it was wronged, this would be a good time to prevent the next tragedy from destroying its political momentum. Despite what we eventually learned about the shooter in Tucson, should the right have really been so shocked that many feared a political connection between the heated rhetoric of 2010 and the shooting of Giffords? Full Story »

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Ben Waldron
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by Ben Waldron - Jan. 18, 2011

National pundit Joe Scarborough speaks out against the far right politicians who have deflected blame in the wake of the Tuscon shooting. He argues that Sarah Palin and other highly visible Republicans have not acknowledged the potential, some would now say real, dangers of violent, gun-based rhetoric.

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