In the aftermath of the Giffords’ shooting, a debate over heated political rhetoric

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  1. Crabtownboy

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    Politicians in both parties need to tone down their rhetoric and the same is true with media talking heads. They can get their points across without using inflammatory language.

     
  2. mets65

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    For the life of mean I can't understand how an R or a D behind someone's name can influence another person to automatically have so much disdain for a person. It's such an extreme form of judgement.
     
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    It's times like this when Americans need to stand together, so power grabbing leftists don't exploit an awful event like this in an attempt to expand their tyrannical grip on us.
     
  4. Aaron

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    I told you the Left would milk this for all it's worth. The only way they can win a debate is to govern speech.
     

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