Back in 2009, Obama's remarks after a proud Fort Hood jihadi mowed down 14 US soldiers on US military base, scores wounded:
I would caution against jumping to conclusions until we have all the facts." In the days that followed, CNN jouralists and guests repeatedly echoed the president's remarks.
"We can't jump to conclusions," Army Gen. George Casey said on CNN November 8. The next day, political analyst Mark Halperin urged a "transparent" investigation into the shootings "so the American people don't jump to conclusions." And when Republican Rep. Pete Hoekstra, then the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, suggested that the Ft. Hood attack was terrorism, CNN's John Roberts was quick to intervene. "Now, President Obama has asked people to be very cautious here and to not jump to conclusions," Roberts said to Hoekstra. "By saying that you believe this is an act of terror, are you jumping to a conclusion?
This past weekend. Obama's remarks after a lunatic killed six people and many wounded -- Congresswoman Giffords escapes death (below). As the left wing visibly desecnded into madness, blaming tea, Sarah, and Republicans, Obama issued no such warning of caution, thereby giving his tacit approval (more here).