Monday, July 28, 2008

"When We Don't Know Who To Hate, We Hate Ourselves."

This post's title comes from Chuck Palahniuk.


     The suspect in a fatal shooting at a Knoxville church Sunday was motivated by frustration over being unable to obtain a job and hatred for the liberal movement, police said Monday.
     Authorities recovered a four-page letter in which the suspect, Jim Adkisson, described his feelings and motives, police said.

     "It appears that what brought him to this horrible event was his lack of being able to obtain a job, his frustration over that, and his stated hatred for the liberal movement," Knoxville Police Chief Sterling Owen IV told reporters on Monday.

     Authorities also discovered a letter from the state government telling Adkisson he was having his food stamps reduced or eliminated, police said.

     "He did express that frustration, that the liberal movement was getting more jobs," Owen said. "And he felt like he was being kept out of the loop because of his age."

     This doesn't surprise me at all.

     All you need to do to see or hear this seething hatred of "liberals" is read the message boards of any U.S. newspaper's website--particularly during this election season--or waste a few minutes of time listening to right-wing talk radio.

     Or roll around in hogshit with Sean Hannity. 

     The venom spewed will leave you feeling filthy and send you running for a shower.

     Yet, it's the liberal-hating right-wing that screams loudest about entitlements such as food stamps, with many anguished pleas for the elimination of any sort of social safety net. 

     So their own--much like the Socratic snake--wind up eating themselves, like Jim Adkisson. 


     According to, officers found copies of "Liberalism is a Mental Health Disorder" by talk radio show host Michael Savage, "Let Freedom Ring" by talk show host Sean Hannity, and "The O'Reilly Factor", by talk show host Bill O'Reilly inside Adkisson's house. 

     The full report is at              


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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We Must Hold Savage, Hanity and O'Reily responsible!