No, wait, it was Tea Party propaganda like The Communist Manifesto that he was reading. Never mind.
Your stupid attempts to excuse Loughner are getting more pathetic by the minute. Why didn't you quote his entire reading list?
Okay for Christians to hate?
Better luck next time with your defense of un-Jesus-like hatemongering. I suggest you try reading the Bible and learning its message before you pretend to be a Christian.
Besides, whenever you call Tea Party activists "teabaggers" you just sound like a pathetic, out-of-tune rusty trombone.
Where have you excused Loughner? In this comment:
Singling out The Communist Manifesto as if that were representative of Loughner's readings is another attempt to excuse his apparent dislike of government and government officials.
Now that you've ducked the religious issue I raised, why don't you address it? What do you think Jesus's position would be on the conservative gunsights and "reload" imagery? Take a guess.
About the only major question left to answer is whether Loughner is a conservative Christian who hates Jews like Giffords. Judging by Loughner's reading of Mein Kampf, I'm guessing the answer is yes. His talk of the government's controlling the currency sounds suspiciously anti-Semitic.
Let's note that he also enjoyed the anti-Indian racism of Peter Pan and Brave New World. I think it's time for a reminder that all bigotries are similar. If you're prejudiced against one group, you're probably prejudiced against others.
For more on white conservative hate, see Teabaggers = Hatemongers and Klansmen, Militias, and Teabaggers.