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Kanjorski has a brass set


Former Congressman Paul Kanjorski is either unaware of Google or he just doesn't mind being labeled a hypocrite. He attempted to take the high road today in the pretend 'violent rhetoric' debate (here's link to all the violent rhetoric cited by the media so far), and wrote a piece for the New York Times on civility. He majestically calls for Americans to behave in a proper manner:

"it is incumbent on all Americans to create an atmosphere of civility and respect in which political discourse can flow freely"

Here's where the brass set comes in to play. And remember, this is a guy who agreed to pen a high profile piece on civility and discourse and respect. You'd think he'd spend a moment or two making sure he hadn't said anything recently that may be construed as uncivil, disrespectful, or even violent. You know, something like calling for a candidate to be shot by a firing squad:

"That Scott down there that's running for governor of Florida," Mr. Kanjorski said. "Instead of running for governor of Florida, they ought to have him and shoot him. Put him against the wall and shoot him."

Ooops! Totally spaced that one, eh Paul? I hate when that happens. You can understand why he forgot about it though, because he said that waaaay back on October 23rd, 2010. It never ceases to amaze me how little shame these guys have. They just don't care what the American people think.

The good news is more and more American people don't care what THEY think.

H/T Washington Examiner

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