A reader endorses a tweet by Gregg Knauss:

If crimes "begin and end with the criminals who commit them," I think Sarah Palin just endorsed a mosque near Ground Zero.

Another writes:

In addition to the inconsistency of Palin's blood libel accusation, there is this to be considered.  If associating her violent political rhetoric tangentially with the Arizona shooting is a "blood libel"  (accusing her of something heinous to incite violence against her), then why is her unfounded accusation of "death panels" against liberals not one as well?  I think she has finally stepped into the quicksand and doesn't have the self-restraint to avoid flailing.

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