Contrast the events of this past week, with the “victim” game the liberals were playing after the health care vote.
On March 25, Rep. Eric Cantor’s (R-VA) campaign office was fired upon during the middle of the night.
He also received serious death threats against himself and his family from Norman Leboon, who is now in FBI custody. Leboon is an Obama donor, and has numerous hateful youtube videos to his credit.
On March 29, windows in the Republican Party offices in Howell, MI were smashed by a brick.
On February 12, college professor Amy Bishop killed three of her colleagues on the Huntsville campus of the University of Alabama. Ms. Bishop was an Obama supporter.
Last October, after writing his communist manifesto, registered democrat Joe Stack flew his private plane into the IRS offices in Austin Texas.
Last week, police in Ottawa had to cancel a speech scheduled that evening to be given by Ann Coulter at the University of Ottawa. Unruly students were beginning to get out of control in protest of a speech that hadn’t yet occurred. I’m going to go out on a limb and speculate that the students were of the liberal persuasion.
Of all of the allegations of anger and violence at Tea Party gathering, the only incident on record was the beating of Kenneth Gladney last summer – by SEIU union thugs. What was Gladney’s crime? Selling Don’t Tread On Me flags at the Party. Oh, did I mention that Gladney is black? Gladney is black.
And what about the New Black Panther Party thug wielding a night stick and intimidating voters on Election Day 2008 in Philadelphia. He probably isn’t your garden variety conservative.
Here’s one of my favorite buffoons suggesting Dick Cheney have his heart ripped out.
This has been all over the web, but I want it in my blog because it illustrates just how loony Ed is. I don’t know who Ed hires to do his show prep for him, but when your guests can come on and turn you in to a spittle flinging raving lunatic, I think it’s time you hired some competent people.
Ed, I hope you’ll come back this week and acknowledge that you were wrong and that Ernest Istook was correct. It happens on both sides. When are you going to publicly condemn the examples above?
PS: Andrew Breitbart has announced a reward of $10,000 for anyone who can come forward with video proof of just one instance of “nigger” being shouted last week at the Congressional Black Caucus stunt at the Capitol. So far – nothing.
Important Update! 04/01/2010
Andrew Breitbart has increased the amount of his reward to $100,000. The money is to be donated to the United Negro College Fund. Still no proof. (And no, this is not an April Fool’s joke.)