At this point, it appears to be that Arizona is ground zero in a right-wing war against the democratic process.
Rep. Gifford’s office was vandalized by the right-wing in March 2009 in a protest against national health care bill. She also faced attacks for her opposition to S.B. 1070, Arizona’s tough anti-immigrant law. Judge John Roll, killed in the incident, also was subject to significant threats due to his positions on immigration.
As recently as June 12, 2010, leaflets appeared in Gifford's district proclaiming: “Get on Target” and help remove Gabrielle Gifford, “Shoot a fully automatic M16 with Jesse Kelly.”
Jesse Kelly is a Marine veteran, and right-wing Republican who lost to Gifford November 4, by 48.8%-47%. Kelly was strongly supported by the Tea Party, while Gifford was on Sarah Palin’s “target list” of 2010.
Salon.com named Kelly the Number 1 “most terrifying candidate” in the 2010 Congressional elections. He was criticized for taking funds and support from Americans for Legal Immigration [ALIPAC], an anti-immigrant group denounced by Sen. John McCain’s office as “white supremacists, neo-Nazis, and anti-semites.” [The Hill, campaign blog, Oct. 26, 2010]. The Anti-Defamation League shared McCain’s office view of ALIPAC.
Kelly’s campaign site favored 10,000 US troops being sent to the Arizona-Mexico border “in an active enforcement mode.” Gifford supported the president’s overall immigration reform legislation.
The anti-Gifford campaign generated a climate infected by hate and violent rhetoric. But who pulled the trigger? Nothing has been released about Jared Lee Loughner, but at first look he seems to fit the profile. Here is an apparent excerpt from Loughner’s diary:
You don't have to accept the federalist laws.
Nonetheless, read the United States of America's Constitution to apprehend all of the current treasonous laws.
You're literate, listener?
If the property owners and government officials are no longer in ownership of their land and laws from a revolution then the revolutionary's from the revolution are in control of the land and laws.
The property owners and government officials are no longer in ownership of their land and laws from a revolution. Thus, the revolutionary's from the revolution are in control of the land and laws.
In conclusion, reading the second United States Constitution, I can't trust the current government because of the ratifications: The government is implying mind control and brainwash on the people by controlling grammar.
No! I won't pay debt with a currency that's not backed by gold and silver!
4:30 EST. The shooter in Tucson posted that Sarah Palin and the Tea Party were inspirations to him, according to a Tucson television station minutes ago. The words on his facebook page were shown on the screen. Apparently the page had been taken down.
Related: please read Letters from Tucson.