Looks like half of the words got left us, since their is strangely no mention of Occupy Wall Street, George Soros, Ed Schultz, etc. A more cynical person might think that was intentional, and was using the suffering of millions in a pathetic, transparent attempt to score political points.
I agree with you in principal that the divisivenss and vitriole has come from both sides of the fence. I also resent the implication that those on the 'other side' are unamerican. There is no need for that message.
However, I can't resist expressing the opinion that in tems of persistence of vitriolic rhetoric, influence, and impact, Rush and the Tea party have been in a different league than Ed Shultz and 'Occupy'. I venture to guess that very few Americans can speak with any knowledge of what the 'Occupy' movement is (was ?) or even who Ed Shultz is. And as a person who has seen a lot of Ed Shultz I can tell you that as revoltingly partisan as he is and as over the top as he can get, he is just not on par with the rhetoric of Limbaugh, Beck or Savage. On par with Hannity perhaps, but not the others.
With influence comes responsibility and it would be nice for ALL of them (both sides) to use Christy's example of decency, honesty and apolitical focus as a model.