“All [of] this stuff taking place in the Chambers the other day, when the Constitution was being read — all that stuff is uncalled for,” Rep. Clyburn (D-SC) told the Ed Schultz radio program.Really? And what would be your proof? Heck, what would even be an indirect link? In fact, what would it have to do with a madman at all?
Clyburn says there may be a “direct link” between Sharron Angle’s “Second Amendment remedies” comment and the reading of the Constitution with the attempted murder of Congresswoman Gabby Giffords over the weekend.
Of course, this is the guy who actually said:
the deadly shooting in Arizona should get the country thinking about what's acceptable to say publicly and when people should keep their mouths shut.Oh, that's easy, if Clyburn doesn't like it, they need to keep their mouth shut. But so long as it is class warfare, or just anti Republican, well, that's just clean fun.
No, their anger is not at heated rhetoric, since the Left is quite comfortable with it. The difference this time, is that we aren't just laying down and taking it.
And that is our real sin.