Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Sarah Palin to Blame for Boston Bomb Blast

The internet is abuzz with invective against the innocent adherents of Allah for the heinous Boston Marathon bomb blast, but I, for the life of me, cannot figure out why.
The Boston bombs may have looked like an
Al Qaeda recipe, but Sarah Palin was behind it

Isn't it plain as day that Sarah Palin is to blame for this?

The ever-perspicacious scion of a CPUSA family, David Axelrod, came close to this nugget of truth when he proclaimed that the pressure cooker bomb culprits were undoubtedly tax protesters.

After all, the dastardly deed occurred on April 15th, a day when libertarians, conservatives and other assorted kooks customarily hover around post offices handing out Grover Norquist's anti-tax screeds to last minute 1040-EZ filers.

And who, more than anyone, has been fanning the flames of this perverse anti-tax hysteria?

Sarah Palin, of course.

Think back to January 8 of 2011 when Congresswoman Gabby Giffords was shot inside an Arizona shopping mall. The emergency room doors had barely swung closed on her incoming gurney when the mainstream media was out in force blaming the shooting on Sarah Palin.

The sage from Wasilla was roundly excoriated for having put the leftish Congresswoman on a campaign "Target" list and thereby creating a vicious and hateful climate that led directly to the shopping center slaughter.

Even Chicago's WGN radio was handed over to the vehement outrage of dim-witted jock turned Saturday fill-in broadcaster, one Alex Quigley, who went into a 10 minute on-air harangue blaming the shooting on Palin.

The evildoer was later found to be a demented heavy metal music fan of leftist political bent, but...... never mind.

So forget the fact that even CNN is saying that Boston bombs "seem very similar to one(s) that al Qaeda has recommended to its supporters around the world."

No Moslem terrorism here.

Let's jump on the bandwagon with Axelrod and the nincompoops at Salon magazine and start searching for crazed right-wing tax protesters.

And let's blame Sarah Palin for egging them on.

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