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Sorry, but according to most polling data and other info, the bombers were more Liberal than I am.

Polling data? Of two people? What utter nonsense.

My saying you are responsible is as stupid and empty as you saying it about others.

Sorry you don't get that. I guess that's what is part fo being a bully.

More liberal? No one knows what they were. And even if they were, that doesn't make liberals (a) terrorists, or (b) applauders, or (c) in any way shape or form responsible.

However, claiming that some sector of society was responsible is the kind of bogoted language you like to use, with glee, I might add.

This is what you wrote. "The Boston Liberals were the ones who were guilty of bombing."

Is that bigotry? Let's try some substitutes, and we can see:

"The Boston Indians were the ones who were guilty of bombing."

"The Boston Irish were the ones who were guilty of bombing."

"The Boston Jews were the ones who were guilty of bombing."

"The Boston Muslims were the ones who were guilty of bombing."

"The Boston Russians were the ones who were guilty of bombing."

"The Chechen nutjobs were the ones who were guilty of bombing."

You get it? The language of a bigot, pure and simple.

Once again, the killer du jour's politics are more aligned with you, than with me.

The only thing that is "once again" is your boring droning on an on with this.

Even if the killer and I had the same exact politics, that wouldn't place blame on me, would it? And it wouldn't change anti-woman policies in your home state of Virginia, nor teacher layoffs, nor idolization of slave-loving treasonists of a 150 years ago. So what? Putting two ideas in a sentence does not connect them, nor is there even coincidence. There is just the anger and resentment of the author.

But you don't get that. You see all this as justification of your moral superiority, and your place in a higher class of people, who should get special treatment. You should really drop that kind of elitism. We all could do so, and this country would be a better place.

Insults and recs from you won't change that.

Maybe you can tell me how your insults change anything.

Nor will it change the next teacher layoffs in Paris or Caliphornia.

As Ronald Reagan said "There you go again."

And as Joe Welch said to a man you emulate, whether you know it or not,

"At long last, have you left no sense of decency?"
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