Thursday, October 28, 2010
Don't start a fight and then whine
Regarding the parking lot fight.
We all know about the attacks last year in St Louis and in FL by the Left. We all know that Obamie's DOJ has refused to prosecute the New Black Panthers for a clear undeniable case of voter intimidation.
People who have for the first time become engaged in the political process have been continually and on national media lied about and called racists and "tea baggers," a well known insulting sexual term.
They watched their Vice Presidential candidate be lied about and insulted time and again.
What this has done is create an atmosphere of anger and tension.
Remember the expression, "I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore?"
The Left has sown the wind.
Into this atmosphere came this woman. Her intent was to insult and challenge. She started a fight and it got out of control.
The results were regrettable and I hope the people who attacked her are prosecuted so that the facts can be known. At this point some are saying that she was held down by the guy's foot after she had attacked Paul's car and shoved a sign in the window. Some are saying she was forced away and then came back before she was put down. I don't know and the tapes may be misleading.
But stop with the crocodile tears. We all know what the base cause of this was. If you still don't know.....
Look in the mirror. The Left has lit a fuse. Let us pray that reason prevails.
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