Regardless of your political leanings, it is time to stop and reflect.
A person who is mentally unstable to begin with has gone out and attacked a Congresswoman. Who is to blame? The gunman is the first person. Let’s not forget personal responsibility first and foremost. But…as a person with a mental health disease, I have to ask the obvious questions: How did this happen?
How did a man who was removed from his college because of his mental issues buy a gun?
Why did he focus on the conspiracy leanings on the Internet? David Wynn Miller argues that using different grammar, you can fight the government. Loughner, the gunman, followed this idea and the idea that the government was involved in mind control. Why we call these things crazy, the government will argue that he wasn’t insane when he killed people and shot a bullet through the brain of Ms Giffords.
Miller has already argued that he is not responsible for what happened in Tuscon. Really? By promoting fear of the government, he has a bit of responsibility. So does Sarah Palin with her "gun sights" over districts in on the map. And Rush Limbah who argues using strong and violent language.
My mind is screaming what I tell my 8-9 year old girls in my Girl Scout troop. You don’t have to like everyone, but you DO have to be respectful.
The applies to all political pundits: Keith and Glenn alike: