Monday, June 14, 2010

Wacko Man!

Congressman Bob Etheridge of North Carolina assaulted a college student on the streets of DC. The student was doing a project and evidently wanted to interview the congressman and asked him if he supported Obamacare. The congressman went berserk and assaulted the student, attempting to knock something out of his hand and then grabbed his arm refusing to let go. The student asked him to let go several times and each time he refused. Finally he grabbed him by the back of the neck and yanked him forward.

This is the over all attitude of most liberals who live their lives as elitists. How dare the common man question their wisdom or authority.

Etheridge is running for reelection and hopefully this will derail his campaign.

I hope that this student will file charges against Etheridege. It should be an easy case and an easy conviction. I don't know what the punishment for assault in D.C. is but Etheridge should be wearing an orange jumpsuit and cleaning the toilet after which he will be known as both an ex congressman and an ex con.


Oh! I forgot - he offers his 'profound' apology!

Isn't that nice!

Watch the video here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v60oNUoHBYM&feature=related

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

What's with this limp-wristed liberal redefinition of 'assault'. A baseball bat whacked to the head is good old fashioned assault. Let's call it for what it is: touching without permission. How on earth could a good Christian "turn the other cheek" if they are not hit. Did God mean with a wet noodle?

NorwegianHeat said...

"This is the over all attitude of most liberals who live their lives as elitists. How dare the common man question their wisdom or authority."

Oh, yes, because this differs from the attitudes of their conservative-elitist counterparts...

I don't agree with his actions, but I would go so far as to suggest that this type of conduct is in any way typical of liberals. This is an individual who obviously needs a refresher in self-control. A person employed by and for the tax-payers is not doing his job if he's menacing them in public. With that said, anyone--and that includes conservatives--can suffer from anger-management issues. Liberalism did not produce this man's unacceptable behavior.

NorwegianHeat said...

*wouldn't*
I WOULDN'T go so far as to suggest that this type of behavior is in any way typical of liberals. I should take more time proofreading...

Anonymous said...

". . .anyone--and that includes conservatives--can suffer from anger-management issues."

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Wonder of wonders! A first, perhaps?
I can for once agree with something Norwegian stated!

On the other hand, NH, you do know that the U.S. Federal Reserve is a private bank printing the nation's currency? This is un-Constitutional.

http://dmc.members.sonic.net/sentinel/naij2.html

Anonymous said...

All you need to know is that the Federal Reserve is a privately held corporation (not an arm of Congress or the government, as so many believe). Federal Reserve Chairmen are appointed by the president from lists provided by the stockholding banks.

Article I, Sec. 8 (the delegated powers) says only Congress can coin money. No clause exists that allows the Congress to farm out this authority. The Federal Reserve is not the Congress- ergo, unconstitutional.

Source here:
http://www.theamericanview.com/forums/showthread.php?t=299

Anonymous said...

A few days earlier a black Obamatrone assaulted the chair of a county Republican Party.

Mr. Obama, himself, said he wants to know whose ass to kick.

Seems to me that leftism is rife with violence.