Friday, March 26, 2010

'Rage on the Right' versus 'Random Acts of Unkindness'

The bullet that hit U.S. Rep. Eric Cantor's campaign office in downtown Richmond early Tuesday was random, Richmond police spokesman Gene Lepley said this morning.

"It is a stray bullet as part of random gunfire,'' Lepley said. Police said they have no suspects. ("Police say gunfire that hit Cantor's office was random").

Oh, this is great.

A bullet fired at Cantor’s office—because it’s only an attack on a Republican that’s not going to support the Democrats’ current “enraged right-wingers are trying to kill us!” scenario—was just “random.”

Except the Left never really thinks anything is random. Why, they were even able to trace the bullet that killed archabortionist George Tiller all the way back to Fox News, “the so-called pro-life movement,” and Limbaugh, Hannity, and Beck!

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