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Right Intention: Liberal Road Rage

Saturday, March 12, 2005

Liberal Road Rage

Right Intention reader Misti passed on a story about liberal road rage:

This week, though, a Tampa woman learned that simple Bush-Cheney bumper sticker can bring trouble, if not danger, from a total stranger.

Police say Michelle Fernandez, 35, was chased for miles Tuesday by an irate 31-year-old Tampa man who cursed at her as he held up an anti-Bush sign and tried to run her off the road.

Gotta love yet another example of today's peaceful, diversity loving, respectful of different opinions liberal.

His sign, about the size of a business letter, read:

Never Forget Bush's Illegal Oil War Murdered Thousands in Iraq.

Hoo boy. Do these people ever have anything to say that didn't come from a Michael Moore / Democratic Underground talking points memo?

Police arrested Nathan Alan Winkler at his home on N Cleveland Street near Hyde Park within an hour of the incident.

After finding the antiwar sign in his car, they booked him into the county jail on one count of aggravated stalking, a third-degree felony punishable by up to five years in prison, Durkin said.

Good. Give 'em the max. Get a psycho off the street and force him to miss the next two elections. Maybe he will move to Canada when he gets out.

There's more. Go read it.


Blogger trulyblueamerican said...

How can one say "Bush's war is illegal and has murdered thousands of Iraqis" without using the words "Bush's war", "illegal", and "murder"?

It's not that liberal "talking points" keep saying the same thing. The problem is, serial failure Bush keeps failing the same way every day, without pause. So it sounds like liberals are repeating themselves.

Unfortunately, Bush is. We're just the messenger.

2:49 PM  
Blogger RD said...

You can say whatever you want. It doesn't make it true. It's not "Bush's war", lots of people support it. And it's not "illegal" under any definition of the very international law lefties like to submit to. And if you are accusing our soldiers of murder, well, somehow I'm not surprised to hear a reckless accusation like that coming from the antiwar crowd.

9:20 PM  
Blogger trulyblueamerican said...

It sounds like you're the one citing international law here, no?

BTW, it's Bush's war, for good or bad. It's telling that you say otherwise. The right is no longer trying to claim Bush success for this quagmire? Are they finally getting it?

12:22 AM  
Blogger RD said...

No I cited the rather dubious "international law" because it's the only language people like you understand.

And lots of people did support the war. If you set your cognitive dissonance aside for a minute, you'd realize that Bush winning re-election is proof of that.

6:57 AM  

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