What do mass killers have in common with Rush Limbaugh?

Funny you should ask:

I’ve already blogged on this correlation, but this video puts it more graphically.

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3 Responses to What do mass killers have in common with Rush Limbaugh?

  1. Wren says:

    Given that the Pig-man goes on and on about how out-groups to the conservative movement should be hated, isn’t it ironic that Cho killed people he thought were part of his out-group? Intolerance for out-groups is strictly a conservative thing.
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  2. Tony says:

    Well that just about says it all; not only by illuminating the pattern but also the absolute intolerance to scutiny, history or anything resembling science by the thug class.

  3. Bina says:

    And then there’s this:
    http://dneiwert.blogspot.com/2007/04/not-just-for-theaters.html
    I like what one of Neiwert’s commenters had to say about the heroes of the shooting:

    Well, now I’ve heard about a heroic Muslim, a heroic Jew, and a couple of heroic liberal ivory-tower academics.
    Haven’t heard about any Rush Limbaugh fans, though. Funny.

    To me, that says something about Limbaugh fans: they are not only bullies, but cowards too. The rest, on the other hand, are all too busy doing the right (or should we say LEFT!) thing to turn into deranged shooters. And when a nutball gets turned loose on them, they are too busy helping others to try being “heroic” the stupid, Mark Steyn way.
    I would be remiss if I didn’t also include this:
    http://dneiwert.blogspot.com/2007/04/we-heart-scapegoating.html
    Asian students on other southern campuses are being scapegoated for this.
    Guess who’s doing the scapegoating.

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