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Top 10 Unhinged Reactions to the Arizona Shooting (Plus Hanoi Jane)

Posted on January 16 2011 9:00 am
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8. No Labels has no class

No Labels came about as a supposedly “bipartisan” organization that would welcome people who didn’t consider themselves to be either on the right or the left (otherwise known as people with no principles). Get it? No labels! Of course, most of these “independent” groups are just lefty establishment groups trying to avoid being called liberals so that they can trick people into voting for Democrats. The reaction to the shooting by No Labels founder Mark McKinnon is also telling, as it is straight out of Rahm Emanuel‘s playbook.

“It’s a real tragedy, but it’s also a real opportunity,” said Mark McKinnon, co-founder of No Labels, a nonpartisan group founded last month.

Wow, this, like, totally sucks that all those people died, but dude, this is such an awesome opportunity for us, man!

What kind of heartless ghoul must you be to look at the deaths of six innocent people, including a nine-year-old girl, and see “a real opportunity”? Why, call me crazy, but it sounds just like Rahm Emanuel’s mantra of “never let a crisis go to waste”. And that’s the entire mindset of the left in reaction to this shooting, isn’t it? It’s a real opportunity for them: an opportunity to smear the right, to smear Sarah Palin, to smear the tea party, and to get voters back to the Left. Who cares about tragedy when you’ve got such a great opportunity?

Next: It’s all because of the health care bill.

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