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*The bullet riddled tee shirt of President Obama posted brazenly on Facebook by seven semi-automatic gun toting men among them a Peoria, Arizona police sergeant was much more than the by now standard non-stop litany of racist cartoons, depictions, web postings, and kooky loose talk threats against President Obama.
The gun toting men and the police sergeant were taking target practice on the presidentís likeness at an undisclosed desert locale. This is Arizona. The state where many legislators think itís ok to pack guns in the legislature, and for citizens to openly pack them in public. This is the state where former Arizona congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was nearly killed in an assassination attempt, and where thereís a wide body of respectable opinion starting with a finger in the face of the president governor, Jan Brewer, that openly loathes the presidentís policies and in many cases him personally. The gun toting men made a virtual public call for the gunning down of the president comes on Facebook.
I have seen a lot of controversy over this online.
Does this fall under freedom of speech or should things like this be investigated by the Secret Service?
Should the police sgt face some kind of disciplinary action? Did the PD and state act appropriately?