The Daily Ablution, October 23: Scott Burgess angrily describes Charlie Brooker’s Bush joke as ‘incitement to murder’ and suggests people complain en masse to the Guardian.
The Daily Ablution, October 26: A commenter directly incites the murder of council officials. Scott Burgess doesn’t delete the comment or criticise the commenter (and posts a comment shortly afterwards, implying that he is following the thread).
Of course the second example is also a joke – maybe even a moderately funny one, if you’re feeling pissed off with hopeless council idiots. But I can’t see how anyone could criticise the Bush joke without criticising the council joke (other than through being a partisan hack, obviously).