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Being a Liberal Means Never Having to Say You’re Sorry

Law enforcement officials have concluded that the Kentucky census worker Bill Sparkman’s death was suicide, and Professor William Jacobson is naming names:

What I want are some apologies from all the left-wing blog ghouls who danced on Bill Sparkman’s grave hoping to score points by blaming conservatives for the death . . .

Michelle Malkin asks, “When will the Left retract the Kentucky census worker case smear?” And Red State blogger Moe Lane points to Bill Sparkman as author of the smear:

For the record: when you try to set up your suicide to make it look like you’ve been murdered by your ideological opponents, you have officially abrogated any obligation for me to be upset at your plight.

Indeed, it appears that Sparkman wanted blame for his death to fall on “anti-government” local residents. Having traveled to Kentucky to investigate the story myself, my question is, “Where do to the people of Clay County go to get their reputation back?”

Robert Stacy McCain
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