This graphic from Sarah Palin's "Take Back The 20" Facebook page shows a U.S. map with the cross-hairs of a gun scope imposed over 20 Democrats' districts. A gunman nearly unloaded a semiautomatic weapon at a busy supermarket Saturday Jan. 8, 2011 during a public gathering for Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, wounding the Democrat and killing Arizona's chief federal judge and five others in an attempted assassination. Pima County, Ariz., Sheriff Clarence Dupnik suggested "all this vitriol" in recent political discourse might be connected to Saturday's shootings. "This may be free speech," he told reporters, "but it's not without consequences." (AP Photo)
This graphic from Sarah Palin's "Take Back The 20" Facebook page shows a U.S. map with the cross-hairs of a gun scope imposed over 20 Democrats' districts. A gunman nearly unloaded a semiautomatic weapon at a busy supermarket Saturday Jan. 8, 2011 during a public gathering for Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, wounding the Democrat and killing Arizona's chief federal judge and five others in an attempted assassination. Pima County, Ariz., Sheriff Clarence Dupnik suggested "all this vitriol" in recent political discourse might be connected to Saturday's shootings. "This may be free speech," he told reporters, "but it's not without consequences." (AP Photo) Associated Press
This graphic from Sarah Palin's "Take Back The 20" Facebook page shows a U.S. map with the cross-hairs of a gun scope imposed over 20 Democrats' districts. A gunman nearly unloaded a semiautomatic weapon at a busy supermarket Saturday Jan. 8, 2011 during a public gathering for Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, wounding the Democrat and killing Arizona's chief federal judge and five others in an attempted assassination. Pima County, Ariz., Sheriff Clarence Dupnik suggested "all this vitriol" in recent political discourse might be connected to Saturday's shootings. "This may be free speech," he told reporters, "but it's not without consequences." (AP Photo) Associated Press

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