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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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    Milwaukee says:"These people probably support freely available abortion, and physician assisted suicide. They don't view life as a precious gift from God. Since they are smart enough to off themselves when the time comes for the good of society, why shouldn't others be offed for the good of society? They have no honor, and they have no integrity."

    I'm a native Wisconsinite from Wauwatosa and I believe that when an Attorney General like Eric Holder is so irresponsible and negligent of his own duties that he overlooks "New" Black Panthers threatening voters in Philly with assault weapons at the local precinct as not worthy of prosecution, that we are living in a reverse-police state, one that doesn't enforce or even RESPECT the law.

    Scott Walker, a fellow Tosan, supported and respected the law until he caught the Dems distributing his e-mails to them—he lowered the boom and the Journal-Sentinel for one thinks he is the BIG WINNER—DUH!!! I think he should be a VP candidate in 2012.

    Please. As if there are consequences for ANYONE on this stuff. This isn't a Left v. Right issue.

    One is reminded of the abuser's threats. "Don't make me hit you!"

    Political categories can really lead to the misunderstandings that I believe are tearing the country apart. – Laurie

    May I suggest that what are tearing the country apart are not misunderstandings, but in fact, understandings. Face it, we hate each other, and wish each others side harm and harbor ill will. And it is because we totally comprehend what the other side stands for, and will not tolerate it.

    The pandemonium from all sides scrabbling for the remaining scraps and salvage from a dead and decayed culture has begun. The wealth of a prior capitalist society has been exhausted by the descendent social welfare state, leaving many accustomed to much more than can ever be provided. The period of scavanging will be followed by one of which one can only have what one works to produce, which is really bad news for the left-leaning political spectrum.

    ruralcounsel–

    What you wrote is bleak, and I don't completely disagree, if something doesn't change. But if the future looks like you describe, we won't have a country to call our own before it's over. You realize this, right?


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