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    No, Harsh Critics Of Bush Are Not To Blame For Tucson Shooting

    No, Harsh Critics Of Bush Are Not To Blame For Tucson Shooting

    As reported by The NY Times (via NRO, h/t Weasel Zippers), Jared Loughner — among his many mental illnesses — was caught up in Bush Derangement Syndrome (emphasis added):

    He became intrigued by antigovernment conspiracy theories, including that the Sept. 11 attacks were perpetrated by the government and that the country’s central banking system was enslaving its citizens. His anger would well up at the sight of President George W. Bush, or in discussing what he considered to be the nefarious designs of government.

    So will all the people claiming that right-wing rhetoric inspired Loughner now run corrections?

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    "To follow up on the good arguments made by Andrew: on that same day more than 20 people lost their lives here in Australia due to a flood. Who was to blame?"

    Well it certainly wasn't the rain. Everyone knows that excessive rain and flooding have no correlative or causative relationship.

    Aferall, sometimes it rains and it doesn't flood and sometimes it floods without raining.

    Therefore it should be as obvious to everyone that violent political rhetoric never leads to violent political action, as it obvious to everyone that rain doesn't lead to flooding.

    What's one little raindrop/map with crosshairs have to do with the flood?


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