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Palin's Political Dog Whistle in Arizona Yields Unintended Results

By January 9, 2011

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Sarah Palin's political career is dead, felled by bullets fired from the Glock semi-automatic pistol of mentally unbalanced 22-year-old Jared Loughner in Arizona.

The shooting of a political leader was an atrocity waiting to happen... a near inevitability since gun-toting Tea Partiers, urged on by Sarah Palin and her sidekicks, stormed Congressional town hall meetings in summer 2009.

Emboldened in the 2010 election cycle, Palin, Sharron Angle and other Tea-Party Republican candidates used ever-more provocative words and imagery evoking gun violence, including:

But over and over, history has proven that a political dog-whistle call to abstract violence isn't heard just by zealous acolytes, but also by the trigger-happy mentally unbalanced.

Rep. Gabrielle Giffords prophetically observed when Sarah Palin published her "cross hairs" targets image:

"We are on Sarah Palin's targeted list. The way that she has it depicted has the crosshairs of the gunsight over our district. When people do that, they have got to realize there are consequences to that action.

"Some of my colleagues have served 20, 30 years, and they have never seen it like this... "

Sarah Palin and Hotbed Arizona
Sarah Palin is popular in Arizona. In Tucson on March 26, 2010, the former Alaska governor appeared with Sen. John McCain to stir up Tea Party support for his reelection campaign.

Last month, eldest daughter Bristol Palin of "Dancing with the Stars" fame purchased a five-bedroom home in Maricopa, Arizona. Maricopa is 98 miles from the site of yesterday's murderous shooting spree at Rep. Gifford's outdoor town hall.

Southern Arizona is a hotbed of conservative political rage, often violent and much of it aimed at immigration reform supporters. When Rep. Giffords voted to support passage of health care reform, the glass doors of her Tucson office were smashed by gun fire.

When Rep. Raul Grijalva from the neighboring Congressional district voted for the bill, a bullet and shattered glass window were found in his home office. Giffords and Grijalva have been leading voices in support of immigration reform.

Seven-term Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik lamented after the shootings:

"When you look at unbalanced people, how they respond to the vitriol that comes out of certain mouths about tearing down the government. The anger, the hatred, the bigotry that goes on in this country is getting to be outrageous.

"And unfortunately, Arizona I think has become the capital. We have become the mecca for prejudice and bigotry."

Mix one unbalanced young white man with access to a semi-automatic weapon into the boiling stewpot of hotbed Arizona immigration fervor plus overt imagery and words by popular, charismatic political leaders of gun violence toward Democrats... and yesterday's murderous rampage in a Tucson strip mall seems almost inevitable.

Words matter. As Rep. Giffords said, "... there are consequences" to the action of depicting "the crosshairs of the gunsight over our district."

Gabrielle Giffords now lies in coma in a Tucson hospital, fighting for her life after an assassination attempt by Jared Loughner. Six women, men and a child are dead, including Federal Judge John Roll, who faced death threats over his 2009 ruling on a civil rights claim filed by immigrants against an Arizona rancher.

Leadership demands responsibility and concern for public safety. The provocative, dog-whistle use of gun violence imagery as campaign fodder by any political candidate is irresponsible and hateful.

Sarah Palin is an attractive and influential political provocateur, but her reckless disregard for public safety is contemptible and irresponsible. Had a Muslim American of Middle Eastern descent authored Palin's placard of rifle crosshairs over 20 Congressional districts, he or she would undoubtedly be dogged as a dangerous domestic terrorist.

Sarah Palin publicly gunned for Gabrielle Giffords, urging citizens to "reload" and "aim," and yesterday, Rep. Giffords was literally gunned down.

As a direct result, Sarah Palin's viability as a political candidate has been destroyed... and not a day too soon for rational U.S. political discourse.

Don't let the door hit you on the way out, Sarah. You and your ugly diatribe won't be missed.


January 9, 2011 at 4:06 pm
(1) John Ballard says:

Good post, Deborah.
Don’t back down. It’s time to call out the right wing noise machine for what it’s doing, promulgating hatred and vitriol.

Great tweet http://bit.ly/hNfMh8
“Remember-angry Muslim shooter’s a terrorist. Angry white Christian shooter’s…it’s complicated, ok?”
Double standard, no?

Two good links by Peter Daou –
►Eliminationism: how hate breeds violence http://bit.ly/eA1CaA
►Gabrielle Giffords and the rightwing hate machine (on the bogus equivalency between right/left extremism) http://bit.ly/i8SuzI

And for added emphasis, here’s another link from The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence.

January 10, 2011 at 3:08 am
(2) Riley says:

Shame on you for using this tragedy for political ends. If you take an objective look at the individual responsible, he had nothing to do with Sarah Palin, the Tea Party, or anything else right of center.

Indeed, he’s been described by associates as “left-wing”. His reading list includes the Communist Manifesto, not exactly a staple of right wing political doctrine. He likes videos of burning American flags and hates the bible. Again, not exactly popular right wing hobbies. Given those views, can we blame you, Nancy Pelosi, and Barak Obama?

Palin used allegorical gun references with Giffords, but so did Daily Kos. I smell a little hypocrisy. Who was it that said, “We’re gonna punish our enemies…”

Liberals didn’t even wait for the facts before making their opinions. Had you done so, you’d see the shooter for what he is, mentally ill. (The government mind control references in his postings is a classic clinical indicator of paranoid schizophrenia.)

January 10, 2011 at 8:03 am
(3) John Ballard says:

Didn’t take long to distribute the talking points, I see.
Riley, did you even bother to read the links? Apparently not. I see nothing to indicate as much.

Daou’s point about the bogus equivalency of a left/right extremism is spot on.

Since that other comment I came across this from Judson Phillips, founder of Tea Party Nation…

“The hard left is going to try and silence the Tea Party movement by blaming us for this,” he wrote. Clinton used the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing to “blame conservative talk radio, especially Rush Limbaugh” and “The tactic worked then, backing conservatives off and possibly helping to ensure a second Clinton term.”

“The left is coming and will hit us hard on this. We need to push back harder with the simple truth. The shooter was a liberal lunatic. Emphasis on both words,” he wrote.


“emphasis on both words” Agitprop writ large.
I’m reminded of the line about a battle of wits with an unarmed man.

How better to explain this?
Obama London: Inexplicable Edits on Sarah Palin’s Facebook Page http://bit.ly/hb0hrb
Energetic censorship to say the least. And why?

I really don’t like participating in this type of argument. (I almost typed “dialogue” but the word seemed inappropriate.) It makes me feel… I dunno… dirty.

January 10, 2011 at 10:12 am
(4) Justin Quinn says:

Hear! Hear!
Well said, Riley.
Apparently, Ms. White didn’t read my blog post on the matter, which specifically cautions against using this massacre to try to score political points. This link between Palin’s map and Giffords’ shooting is tenuous at best. If you’re going to go in that direction, you might as well take a look at anyone who has ever said they want to see Giffords defeated at the ballot box.

The reality, however, is that people who commit mass shootings very rarely have a truly political motive, and if they do, it’s just by circumstance. Most of the time, these people are ultimately going to kill, period. It could be about a political issue or it could be about a parking spot. It doesn’t matter.

Why Palin has been dragged into this, I’ll never know. It sickens me, though, that liberals would be so hateful of Palin that they’d want to somehow tie her to this tragedy. In doing so, they’re not just disrespectful of Palin, they’re actually disrespectful of the people who were killed and wounded, because they’re taking the spotlight off of their lives and shifting it to this ridiculous issue.

January 10, 2011 at 12:23 pm
(5) usliberals says:

Riley and Justin, facts are facts. I stand by my words here, and can only reiterate political reality to you:

“Sarah Palin publicly gunned for Gabrielle Giffords, urging citizens to ‘reload’ and ‘aim,’ and yesterday, Rep. Giffords was literally gunned down.

“As a direct result, Sarah Palin’s viability as a political candidate has been destroyed… and not a day too soon for rational U.S. political discourse.”

FYI: No one is more quietly thrilled by the self-inflicted political demise of Sarah Palin than establishment and moderate Republicans.

January 10, 2011 at 12:33 pm
(6) Troy says:

Well said Riley and Justin,

For some reason though, Deborah White thinks your comments are “incomprehensible”.

Please explain why you feel this way Deborah.

January 10, 2011 at 12:38 pm
(7) flabergasted says:

You are out of your wits if you think this is the end of Palin’s political career. A tragedy has happened and just because Palin said that Giffords could be in trouble at the election means that she ordered this guy to go shoot her??? Go put your aluminum foil hat on and stare up into the sky. I am sure you are to find your answers there.

January 10, 2011 at 1:35 pm
(8) Linda says:

How did Palin get dragged into this? When she posted a map that used crosshairs as symbols. When Giffords herself expressed concern over the Palin map and the crosshairs. On camera. On a video that’s now all over the internet.

This morning’s news revealed the killer’s documented obsession with Giffords. If he followed her even casually, he knew of her concern over the Palin crosshairs map. He would have been curious and looked at it for himself.

Say whatever you care to say about the incident, but realize that you come across as cruel, more interested in defending your silly political territory than grieving the loss of six individuals and the end of a political career of a woman everyone acknowledges was in it for the real reason — service to others. She was selfless. You? Not so much. Why are you so driven to come to a liberal site and beat your chests? Why can’t you let people grieve and come together in solidarity? Are you so threatened by “free speech” that you need to “correct” it whenever it doesn’t agree with your talking points?

If you’d rather use this valuable real estate here to puff up your pride and wave your pompoms for your cause than honor the fallen, go right ahead. Fools rush in where angels fear to tread. Such pettiness is embarrassing for us all to witness.

January 10, 2011 at 1:40 pm
(9) John Ballard says:

Want more?
Go here.


There is no leftist equivalent to Sarah Palin… the Council of Conservative Citizens (CCC)… Glenn Beck… Ann Coulter… Bill O’Reilly… Rush… Pat… Michelle… Michael… Minutemen… or radical and eliminationist-spewing anti-choice groups, who openly target doctors and call for their assassinations—and had a success just last year in the murder of Dr. George Tiller—and whose leaders get featured in whitewashing profiles in the Washington Post.

This comment thread illustrates how beliefs trump facts. I’m reminded of my father who made no meaningful distinctions between fact and opinion. His mind could be changed, but only after being confronted by a mountain of incontrovertible evidence.

January 10, 2011 at 1:49 pm
(10) Justin Quinn says:

C’mon, Linda. I love you, but really! This is completely over the top. It’s uncalled for, it’s unwarranted and it’s absolutely cruel. You really don’t think that Sarah Palin is grieving for those people as much as anyone else in our nation? Have you vilified her so much in your mind that you think she’s happy about this? If you do, then I feel sorry for you. You’re so consumed with your own left-wing agenda that you’re missing out on the political reality.

I’m sorry, but I see Deborah gloating over a made-up connection here; I don’t see grieving. The connection between Palin and this nut is tenuous at best. You tell me how Deborah White’s post “let[s] people grieve and come together in solidarity,” and I promise I won’t write another word on this.

In fact, I would argue (and do in today’s post) that this kind of political opportunism only serves to further the partisanship in this country. How dare she take the actions of an obvious raving lunatic as “evidence” that Palin caused it! No one seemed to feel that way when a gunman entered Discovery Channel HQ and took people hostage. He was clearly a liberal, but you didn’t hear conservatives tying him to an extreme left-wing agenda. Why? Because he was a kook. Plain and simple. Kooks find reasons to kill. They’re not driven to it by others. They have mental problems and the actions they take in these kinds of tragedies are simply the manifestation of their illness, not their politics.

You should be ashamed of yourself. I’m sorry. I like you, but you should really step back and look at what you’re saying. This post shouldn’t be about Sarah Palin. This post should be about the men and women who died and were wounded in this senseless tragedy.

January 10, 2011 at 3:16 pm
(11) DP says:

Evidently the writer of this colum hasn’t researched the Democratic Party website to see the map with targets on it they put out in 2004. All it takes is a little thing called google and you can actually find out if what you are writing about is actually as one-sided as you claim it is.

Thanks to the 1st Amendment of the US Constitution we have freedom of speech even if you don’t agree with what we are saying. Liberty and freedom of political viewpoints make our country better not attempts to silence the voices of others.

January 10, 2011 at 3:26 pm
(12) usliberals says:

“Good morning, Sarah Palin. Welcome to the first day of the rest of your life.”

January 10, 2011 at 3:35 pm
(13) Justin Quinn says:

Using the name and showing a picture of a dead 9-year-old-girl to vilify someone politically is beyond bad taste.

January 10, 2011 at 7:40 pm
(14) John Ballard says:

How about using the event as a Tea Party Express fund-raiser?

January 10, 2011 at 7:51 pm
(15) Veronica says:

Sarah Palin may not have directly contributed to this tragedy, but she needs to realize how powerful words are. Words have the power to heal or hurt. They also have the power to be taken literally, and that’s just what happened here. Palin’s words were obviously figurative, but there are many people out there who are so unbalanced that they will actually act on them. Whether she meant to or not, Sarah Palin gave this mentally unbalanced man an incentive to act out. . .and that incentive led to a congresswoman lying in a hospital bed and the deaths of several other innocent people.

January 10, 2011 at 8:17 pm
(16) Bryan says:

This blog and many of the posts are completely disgusting. Many people’s lives have been dramatically altered as a result of a mentally disturbed individual’s actions.

Linda, basically, scolded Justin asking why he couldn’t just “let people grieve and come together in solidarity”. I haven’t seen one bit of that from any of you from the “left”.

Any of you that ACTUALLY thinks that Sarah Palin is directly responsible for this tragedy is more nuts than the shooter himself!

I stumbled on this blog looking for “proof” to back up the charges that I heard about the “left” blaming Palin for this. Hoped I wouldn’t find it, but I have. And you people are, once again, disgusting.

Post what you will as responses. I don’t care, because I won’t be returning to this page.

I’ll let the police worry about the “why” of this tragedy. My only thoughts are of sympathy and prayers for all of the families affected this weekend…including the shooter’s parents.

January 11, 2011 at 8:51 am
(17) Tom Head says:

My rule re: commentary on the Tucson massacre is rapidly becoming “if it’s not connected to a specific policy proposal that can help prevent this from happening again in the future, it doesn’t even matter what we think.”

January 11, 2011 at 12:18 pm
(18) henrysenatore says:

Unfortunately your page mentions Palin about fourteen times – I would recommend that her name not be mentioned at all – generically lump her with others of the far right – do not mention her name and thereby give her any advertising. Forget her. Do not shine a spotlight on her. Do not feed her ravenous desire for fame and funds. Dismiss her to the scrap heap of reality TV “personalities”.

January 12, 2011 at 11:55 am
(19) O/Siris says:

If there is an afterlife, the Founding Fathers are watching this diatribe from liberals, and FUMING.

Words are powerful, and that’s a problem? By the way, I’ve seen crosshairs in the “spotter” scope on astronomical telescopes. Does that mean Sarah’s use was actually intellectual? It’s no less valid than the other claim.

I don’t claim any authority to make a diagnosis, but Jared Loughner exhibits many signs of being schizophrenic. AND his attention towards Rep Giffords predates any and all attention from Sarah Palin.

It’s simply more of the same worn-out and long-rejected alarmism that springs forth from the liberalite bottom whenever anyone dares to question the leftist dogma.

My heart and prayers to all suffering from Jared’s actions that day. INCLUDING Jared Loughner if he’s as ill as seems to be the case.

January 12, 2011 at 12:22 pm
(20) REalTime53 says:

Rob –

“By the way, I’ve seen crosshairs in the “spotter” scope on astronomical telescopes.”

Ah. Those were the crosshairs from an astronomer’s telescope? Or a surveyors instrument? Possibly the ‘target’ on the DLC map was actually a ‘dartboard’? Or the concentric ripples that are created when a pebble is tossed into a still forest pool?

They’ve stoked the gun fetish all summer. When they finally get a look at what they’ve really been talking about, it would habe been nice, ….. ‘nice’ …… if Palin had said that she regretted the graphic and the over-heated over-the-top rhetoric.

January 12, 2011 at 1:32 pm
(21) O/Siris says:

The fact that this site’s guide has to turn to a far-left site like Dem Underground to make a point itself makes a point. DU makes Fox News look positively scientific.

The fact that the only people here who’ve expressed any sympathy or sorrow for the victims are those accused of the hateful rhetoric also makes a point.

The only ones “stoking” the gun rhetoric are the same “Vast Right Wing” conspiracists that see rifle barrels around every corner.

When a liberal like James Carville speaks plainly and simply about the confrontational, contest-like atmosphere of politics, and advocates it, he is applauded on sites like this. Put that same language under the name of a conservative, and suddenly this site and others of its ilk see assassins inspired to act. Even schizophrenic ones.

January 12, 2011 at 1:49 pm
(22) usliberals says:

O/Siris, I have never once “applauded” James Carville. In fact, I find his confrontational approach to politics to be distasteful and quite often, unproductive.

The larger point is, though, that the Democratic party embraces a wide range of viewpoints. We don’t all think alike or march in political lockstep.

Also, I fervently agree with RealTime: this enflamed debate would halt if only Sarah Palin possessed the humility to publlicly state “that she regretted the graphic and the over-heated over-the-top rhetoric.” She can still do that!

January 12, 2011 at 2:02 pm
(23) RealTime53 says:

Rob –

“The only ones “stoking” the gun rhetoric are the same “Vast Right Wing” conspiracists that see rifle barrels around every corner.”

Really? You don’t need to look around every corner.

What was Sharon Angle talking about with her ‘Second Amendment solutions’? Why were Tea Partiers showing up with weapons at rallies? Why did that gentleman show up at a Town hall meeting with an AR-15? Why did Giffords Tea Party opponent sponsor an event “shoot an M-16 with Jesse Crain”? Why did he pose with an M-16 in a campaign ad? What were all those speeches about armed insurrection? How about the T-shirts? “I’ve left my guns at home … this time”. “The tree of liberty needs to be watered with the blood of patriots”.

And tell me again those weren’t gunsights on Palin’s map. Please.

Why have threats against Democratic Congressmen increased by a factor of three in the last three years?

Please get my words right. It was ‘gun fetish’, not ‘gun rhetoric’.

Sarah Palin is not to blame for wht happened in Tucson. Still, it would have been nice if she had expressed regret for that unfortunate graphic and some of her rhetoric. Nice. Possibly even Presidential.

January 12, 2011 at 4:29 pm
(24) usliberals says:

Comments are now closed on this post. Let’s focus this afternoon and evening on remembering the victims of this atrocity.

Then, it’s time to move on!

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