Monday, January 10, 2011

The Stupidity of IT All -- I Studied Sarah's Crosshairs' Map

Okay, I've looked up and studied the map that Sarah Palin posted.  First of all, any idiot that thinks its about killing people is either a non-rational person or a liberal leftist like Bill Maher and most of the people that work for CNN (but then again, maybe there's no difference). 

Check it out yourself on her site:
http://www.facebook.com/notes/sarah-palin/dont-get-demoralized-get-organized-take-back-the-20/373854973434 

It's all about "removing the incumbents from office".   She already marked three of them that were "retiring at the end of their terms" and says "17 more to go".  This has nothing to do with inciting anyone to do anything violent.  It is inciting them to political action to remove these people from office.  And so she should have.

If I'm not mistaken many of our applications that help us find addresses and locations on the Internet use similar icons.  By now the liberal left should be crying that the conservative designers of all those sites are trying to kill us all, since those crosshairs can appear on each of our addresses.  Insanity.

Furthermore, here's how inane the liberal left's argument that this incites people to commit murder is.  If that were the case, if her poster did this (which it did not) -- then we would need to be ready for 19 more of these tragic events that occurred last weekend.  God forbid.  But that's how ridiculous the arguments of the left are.  If Sarah's poster did this, if it had this power, then it must have it across all 20 regions Palin was taking "aim" and a "shot" at.

Come on, left, get a life.

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