1) somebody did a terrorist assault on the IRS. hmm I wonder who he identified with?
Because he felt he personallywas being targeted/harassed by the IRS.
2) someone shot a democratic congresswoman. hmm I wonder who he identified with?
He was a staggeringly apolitical college student, he (according to friends and relatives) had no political leanings one way or the other, he was all about proper grammar and precise language.
3) somebody bombed an abortion clinic. hmm I wonder who he identified with?
Wonder all you want, if he was a member of AARP, does that make all seniors responsible for his actions? How about the Sierra Club? The AAA?
4) somebody bombed a public event in a liberal city (boston marathon). hmm I wonder who he identified with?
As foreign students they probably didn't pay any taxes, and they didn't vote - why would they identify with a group opposed to a certain political party or be upset with taxes they didn't pay?
4) the US govt identified radical republicans as the greatest internal threat. hmm I wonder why?
Yes, the same DEMOCRAT government that admitted (and apologized, before denying it ever happened) to targeting right-wing 501c(3) and 501c(4) groups that applied for tax-exempt status.
Shocking that the party in charge felt comfortable trumping up baseless claims on their political opponents.
They also labelled anyone with political bumper stickers as a threat to the government - that's some sound reasoning there...