Tuesday, April 7, 2009

poisoning weak minds

the new york times' charles m. blow draws a smarter, cleaner line than i can (apparently) between someone like the "deranged psycho" in pittsburgh and the conservative media's rhetoric about guns and gun control:
"My read: They’re apocalyptic. They feel isolated, angry, betrayed and besieged. And some of their 'leaders' seem to be trying to mold them into militias.

It’s not all just harmless talk. For some, their disaffection has hardened into something more dark and dangerous.

They’re talking about a revolution."
blow (barely) participated in a somewhat messy debate on hardball monday night:

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