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    Why do these people, many of whom are professionals, feel no fear in expressing such death wishes in the open?

    Why do these people, many of whom are professionals, feel no fear in expressing such death wishes in the open?

    You have seen the video of Twitter death wishes directed at Sarah Palin, by people who did not feel the need to hide their identities.

    So like clockwork, death wishes (threats?) are being tweeted about Scott Walker, again often using real names.

    And these were before last night’s Senate vote (a Vimeo version is here in case YouTube takes it down):

    Since the vote, the death wishes are multiplying.  As soon as they have been put in video form, I’ll post it.

    (added) Here’s one example at the link:

    Even the people who sent an explicit death threat to Gov. Walker and Republican Senators apparently signed their names.

    The Question of the Day, once again, is:

    Why do these people, many of whom are professionals, feel no fear in expressing such death wishes in the open?

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    The woman who threatened the entire Republican Senate in very graphic terms seems to be some sort of teacher of young children. Having shown herself to be unhinged, she should never be allowed to teach young children.


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