I see your point, though you miss mine, that to me it seems that the majority of conservative opinion--I admit, I may be hearing only the loudest, most vicious and virulent voices--is truly incensed, hateful, dismissive, categoric, and, if you include the Tea Party cohort--dangerously simplistic and seemingly just a trigger-incident away from actual mob violence. I apologize--there I go again with extremes and stereotyping. But it all comes from the violent, calumniating and virulent rhetoric I hear spewed day after day. Maybe I should just stop listening to the "news," which isn't news anymore, but rather, seemingly, just a daily summary of what "he said, she said."
But no--generally speaking, I'd like to think of myself . . . with the most pointed exception of the specific administration and personnel right before the present one . . . no, I would not at all want to see a conservative in office murdered. Responsible, MODERATE, conservatives--which I take to be in the vein of Nelson Rockefeller, Dwight Eisenhower and William F. Buckley--seem to me to be wonderful, contributory, part of the foundational bedrock of American existence, and liberal though I am, I would gladly have such a person in office. But the crop of fundamentalist (and I don't mean religiously, I mean politically), hard-line, Rightist crazies getting the most press right now--no thank you. I wouldn't want them dead.... but I would want them gone, gone, gone.