Beck and Palin Exchange Emails

Offered without comment (from With E-Mails, Palin and Beck Discuss the Arizona Shootings):

“Sarah, as you know, peace is always the answer,” said Mr. Beck, reading from an e-mail he sent her. “I know you are feeling the same heat, if not much more on this. I want you to know you have my support. But please look into protection for your family. An attempt on you could bring the republic down.”

13 Responses to “Beck and Palin Exchange Emails”

  1. Smith Says:

    I haven’t bothered following the discussion here after my initial comments on the shooting, so this may be a repost, but it seems fitting.

  2. NorthernLite Says:

    Ha, nice.

  3. enkidu Says:

    u aint disrespecting super sara now is ye?

  4. Smith Says:

    I think it is interesting to compare the Right’s reaction to this and Fort Hood.

    Muslim goes crazy and shoots people=All Muslims are crazy evil Jihadists who are out to get us

    Non-Muslim guy goes crazy and shoots people=Oh, he was a lone actor with a mental illness and is in no way representative of a broader group.

    “You’re tight, terrorist is too broad, change that to Fort Hood Islamic Jihadist, a bad guy in this war on Radical Islamic Terror.”

  5. shcb Says:

    I would have thought it would be nice if people would have waited until the funerals were over to start politicizing this but I guess not. Now there are at least 4 Democrat lawmakers that want to use this event to institute the Fairness Doctrine. Can’t beat talk radio, outlaw it, can’t beat Sarah, outlaw what she says. Sad.

  6. NorthernLite Says:

    I think when a poltician and her supporters are shot, killed and wounded it becomes political almost instantly.

    I don’t think anyone wants to “beat” talk radio. Whatever that means. They just want to minimize the nutcase, lying, violence inciting douchebags that are spewing hate and proaganda into the air. Sounds good to me.

    And I’m pretty sure Sarah was “beaten” in Nov. 2008.

  7. shcb Says:

    2008 was just a bump in the road, no one knew who she was a few weeks before the election, now she is the cause of a mass killing by proxy. The left jsut doesn’t have an answer to her.

    Beat talk radio, as in win, you know, win. Air America was suposed to beat conservative talk radio, didn’t work, MSNBC was suposed to beat Fox News, didn’t work, the problem is conservative solutions are best discussed in a long format and liberal solutions are best comunicated on a bumper sticker, Republicans seem to lose the bumper sticker issue, and liberals can’t debate their side on many issues for more than a sentence or two. Not all cases of course but generally speaking.

  8. NorthernLite Says:

    Go watch the Palin video that was just posted. Do you think those are her own words and that she sincerely means them?

    Bumper sticker? Like, “drill baby drill”, “country first” (wtf does that mean), “cut spending” (just don’t ask us how).

    I’m assuming your post was a joke, since I’m pretty sure Republicans own the bumper sticker industry.

  9. NorthernLite Says:

    So in odrer for progressives to “win” the talk radio battles you’re saying they need to start spewing hate and lies to rile up supporters to the point where they start bringing guns to political rallies?

    Progressives don’t do, or fall, for that shit. And that’s the main reason I’m proud to call myself one.

  10. NorthernLite Says:

    “I have a lot of family members that listen to him and watch him and are frightened by the things that he says every night with his chalkboard…my mom and a lot of other people like her that watch him every day start to believe if they hear every day, every day, that there’s this guy in Washington D.C., this black guy that hates all white people and he wants to take your money . . . and he wants to destroy the country you grew up in. You feed that vile message to Americans every day, it’s going to have an impact.”

    Joe Scarborough

  11. shcb Says:

    They probably aren’t her own words, I’m sure she has speech writers, maybe not. I do think they are heart felt, as heartfelt as Stewart’s. the biggest difference is Stewart isn’t the one being falsely accused and isn’t running for president in two years so he has the luxury of sounding like he is above it all because he is. I think the message in both was the same.

  12. Craig Says:

    Does anyone expect something different from an alarmist (Beck)?

  13. NorthernLite Says:

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