"Rhetoric about guns, second amendment remedies, encroaching tyranny, and Obama Care had nothing to do with the Tuscan shooting."
Given that our entire political environment has been awash with 'inflamed rhetoric' since President Obama took office, I would argue that it had 'something' to do with shooting at a Democratic Congresswoman. This is true, because commercials sell products. If you hear how great hamburgers are, and see people smiling while eating them 24/7, there is an increased likelihood that you are going to hit a burger joint on the way home from work. Microsoft didn't spend $12 billion dollars last year because commercial programming doesn't work.
Now, while there are no commentators outwardly saying point blank, "We should shoot people we don't agree with, politically." Sharon Angle said, "