Skip to comments.Republican Killers: Blaming Republicans for deaths could be a sign of a tactics to come
Posted on 04/17/2014 6:28:17 PM PDT by EveningStar
As the 2014 midterm elections ramp up, liberal media have are pinning the death of a Florida woman on Republicans.
"Democrats Need to Start Blaming the GOP for the Death of Charlene Dill" is the title of a recent piece by Brian Beutler at the New Republic, and others are agreeing with him.
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Yup. Right on the mark.
Pikers. My congressman was accused of 170,000 deaths to come because he was calling for a small cut in EPA funding. Coughing babies in the ads and everything.
“The presidents specific words: Im really good at killing people, authors Mark Halperin and John Heilemann write “
The GOP needs to set up a reporting system with a daily count of those impoverished or killed by Obamacare. We already have reports of those with life threatening conditions cut off from their doctors by Obamacare. Those stories need to told by the Republican leadership every day and week and a list of the fallen created for those killed by Obamacare.
How many innocents has Obama killed with drone strikes that he himself ordered?
Why didn’t the Democrats while they controlled all three branches block the states from choosing?
How could they have been so callous as to give individual states a choice?
Worse, why did they ruin this economy so this working mom couldn’t make enough money?
When God does a recall who you gonna call?
Two can play the Blame Game. Let’s talk about dead mexicans from Fast and Furious. The dead kids in Chicago shot in gun free zones. Scores of wounded or permanently maimed whites and jews, due to Knockout punches. Let’s talk about the sky high suicide rate in the military. With over deployed under treated soldiers losing all faith in their President.
Well, there were 45 murders in my city in 2013.
Every one of them was committed by an Obama voter or supporter. Every one.
“Every one of them was committed by an Obama voter or supporter. Every one.”
That is probably the case pretty much everywhere.