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Jared Lee Loughner is a crazy liberal? Who knows?

A full scale  campaign against conservatives, free speech and the Second Amendment on behalf of  the establishment media in the wake of Saturday’s shootings has kinda hit a brick wall now that it that gunman Jared Lee Loughner has supposedly turned out to be an extreme left-wing,  liberal who was into dressing like the grim reaper and dabbling in the occult — so he can’t say, “I’m not a witch,” like whats her name from Delaware.

Loughner’s liberalism didn’t make him crazy, his crazy made him crazy

In the fervor to score points against conservatives, some in the media hastily characterized Loughner as an anti-government right-winger and linked him to the Tea Party and Sarah Palin, a connection that is still being invoked as Democratic lawmakers try to rush through gun control legislation as well as a bill that could make criticism of government a form of hate speech.

Loughner’s liberalism didn’t make him crazy, his crazy made him crazy

However, it has emerged this morning that Loughner is a misfit devil worshipper who seems to have had some kind of grudge aginst Rep “Gabby” Giffords long before Sarah Palin’s crosshairs advertisement.

Loughner’s liberalism didn’t make him crazy, his crazy made him crazy

Loughner’s classmates are describing him  as “quite liberal” and “left wing,” the New York Times, Washington Post, along with a host of  blogs like Huffington Post and the Daily Kos, were beating the other drum and blaming this on the right’s “adherence to war and violence.”    Are they talking about Maoris?

In reality, Loughner’s political views were all over the map, sharing characteristics of conservatism, liberalism and libertarianism. He was a fundamentally disturbed and deranged individual, which was the main reason for the carnage he become embroiled in, not because he was a tea partier influenced by the resistance against big government, as the establishment is now trying to claim.

Of course I predicted all of this about five seconds after the shooting.  

The haste with which the attack machine had created an ad hoc personality assesment for Loughner before his name was even known as a “dangerous right-winger” proves that the establishment had already embarked on a  plan to exploit the tragedy mere minutes after news of the shootings broke.

We don’t even have a clear motive for why Loughner apparently targeted Congressman Giffords. Indeed, since both Giffords and federal judge John Roll were both very conservative in their policies towards gun control and immigration, how do we know that Loughner’s anger wasn’t rooted in leftist rage?

Another key facet to this story is the fact that Loughner was a known mental case on campus and nobody seemed to anything about it despite claims one professor who considered him to be a danger.

But anyway, this is supposed to be a defining moment for Sarah Palin — who wasn’t really going anywhere anyway.  At first this writer got angry about the crosshairs thing too, but it turns out that here have been 53 political ads where that gimmick was used by the other side and there were about 14 similar war-like ads issued by the Obama campaign in 2008, so the whole dog and pony show is full of stupid people who have no class and no manners.

Loughner’s liberalism didn’t make him crazy, his crazy made him crazy

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