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4 years 31 weeks ago, 11:24 AM

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Clinton Warns 'Demonization' of Government Leads to Threats, Chides 'Right-Wing Media'

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/201...eats-chides-rig

Former President Clinton on Sunday broadened his warning that Tea Party protesters could feed violence reminiscent of the Oklahoma City bombing, suggesting "right-wing media" and the blogosphere could be culpable for any future politically fueled extremism as well.

The former president, speaking on ABC's "This Week," elaborated on his controversial comments from Friday, when he drew parallels between the modern Tea Party movement and the anti-government rage of the mid-'90s that preceded the 1995 Oklahoma City attack that killed 168 people and injured hundreds more.

Clinton said Sunday that political dissent is necessary, but "demonization" of government is dangerous -- citing the uptick in threats made against members of Congress and other officials.

"We shouldn't demonize the government or its public employees or its elected officials," Clinton said. "We can disagree with them, we can harshly criticize them. But when we turn them into an object of demonization, we increase the number of threats."

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4 years 31 weeks ago, 11:31 AM

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Screw Clinton

Screw Clinton

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4 years 31 weeks ago, 1:34 PM

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like in the 1960s? Oh wait, that was by the left mainly...never mind, nothing to see here...move along!

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