Friday, October 24, 2008

Still more Democrat Election Violence

Florida Congressional candidate Eddie Adams Jr. (R) was admitted to Tampa General Hospital Sunday suffering from severe burns on the hands and arms. He will be undergoing additional skin grafts Tuesday.

A vandal tied a mattress to the underside of Mr. Adams pick-up truck. Friction with the road, and contact with the catalytic converter combined to ignite the bedding.

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At this point in the campaign, office workers with the Hillsborough County Sheriff have tallied 90 reports of vandalism against cars with Republican campaign bumper stickers, and 7 such incidents against cars with Democrat bumper stickers. Other incidents include the systematic and widespread vandalism or theft of Republican campaign signs. full story


And the McCain/Palin camp is simmering with violence because someone didn't yell "kill him" at one rally.

6 comments:

Roger Clarke said...

I am sure this is just the beginning. Imagine if Obama loses . damned if we don't lose, damned if we do.

Gunpowder Chronicler said...

You should check out the post over on Confederate Yankee about the Weatherman and their tactics from 25 years ago...

http://confederateyankee.mu.nu/archives/276377.php

Bruce Godfrey said...

You guys have lost all credibility with me. My fault for trusting you for 2 hours yesterday as a credible source on this sort of topic. Mea maxima culpa.

Daniel said...

bruce,

What's the matter? Don't believe this one? Especially when the main article points out there have been 90 instances of political violence??

Wind River said...

Over at FSP they are calling you out on your lack of an apology for the story on the young girl who lied about an attack. At the end of the article they CONTINUE to push the solidly disproven "Kill Him" cry at a Palin event.
"especially given the cries of "terrorist" and "kill him" at McCain-Palin rallies."

Talk about balls! Disparge someone about a false story while pushing a false story. Credibility?

streiff said...

Given the joke-like nature of FSP I'm hardly concerned about anything they have to say.

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