New Jersey liberal Ronnie McMillian threatened Rep. Michele Bachmann and Governor Bobby Jindal.
A New Jersey man who made threatening phone calls to public officials including Louisiana’s governor and Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann was arrested today. Authorities charged 27-year-old Ronnie McMillian of Hawthorne, N.J., with two counts of transmitting threats to injure another through interstate commerce.
Here’s the message he left Rebuplican Governor Bobby Jindal:
“And you better keep in your f—ing little head, you little maggot—you better keep in your f—ing head that gay people have Second Amendment rights, too, you little [unintelligible]. So you better back the f— off or [begins yelling] every single one of you white [Re]publican parasites are going to get a bullet in your f—ing head.”
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With the rise of celebrity-politicians like Senator Al Franken (D-MN) and Benjamin Géza Affleck, who may run for Senate from Massachusetts, Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is taking seriously rumors that actress Ashley Judd may run against him. He’s doing internal polls to see where she runs – and she’s running just four points behind McConnell.
But McConnell is prepared for Judd. He has already put together an opposition file on her, compiling her more radical positions and statements. And once Kentucky voters hear her views, McConnell’s polls show, his lead jumps to 20 points. McConnell’s longtime pollster, Jan R. van Lohuizen, told Politico, ““Considering the fact that Judd begins with such strong name ID, the informed voter swing is devastating for her, and the 16-point swing is one of the biggest I have seen in my career. Given the ability to move the ballot so substantially by pointing out only a few of her positions, her candidacy does not appear viable.”
Ashley Judd has already hired a spokesperson to fight back. Cara Tripicchio said, “Ashley has yet to decide about running for the United States Senate. She is honored by the incredible encouragement from her fellow Kentuckians and the national interest, including Senator McConnell.” Judd has already talked about running for the Senate with Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY). She has not yet spoken with Senate Democratic leadership.
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“If this hate speech leads to hate crimes, people like Piers Morgan and Chris Matthews will be partly responsible.”
That’s the word from Second Amendment Foundation Executive Vice President Alan Gottlieb on the issue of the vitriol that is being directed both at gun owners and firearms rights organizations in the aftermath of the Connecticut school shooting tragedy.
Gottlieb said the hostile tone against gun owners may lead to actual “hate crimes,” and some of the communications that have come into his office have been “vulgar.”
“We have received some vulgar e-mails from people that want us to vanish for the sake of a civilized world,” Gottlieb said. “This kind of rhetoric does not contribute to any rational discussion.”
He said the level of dialogue is only heightening a violent atmosphere.
“Vitriol like this only promotes hate, but apparently it’s OK to perpetuate bigotry so long as you are an anti-gunner, and a liberal. If anyone is harmed as a result of this hate campaign, we expect them to be prosecuted under the hate crimes laws,” Gottlieb said.
The Examiner reported Texas Democratic Party leader John Cobaruvvias tweeted that NRA supporters should be shot.
“Can we now shoot the NRA and everyone who defends them?” he asked.
Cobaruvvias is not the only one to post an angry tweet. From a Democratic Party Twitter feed came “Murder every NRA member” and another too vile and violent to reproduce here.
Ironically, the NRA reports that in the days following the Connecticut school shootings, the gun group gained membership. One report said that the NRA has gained 8,000 new members each day since the Connecticut shootings.
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In 2005 Comedy Central aired a special from actor and comic Denis Leary called “Merry Fucking Christmas” and Leary degraded the Christian holiday with references to alcoholism, drug use and sexual misconduct.
Now, available at your local bookstore, Leary’s nightmare Noel is in a mock children’s book titled “Merry F***in Christmas.”
And here’s the book in a nutshell: Weave every modern sin and pathology with traditional trappings of Christmas and set it to a simple children’s book rhyme. Be as calculatingly offensive as possible in a pathetic attempt to be “edgy.”
The book uses the work “fuck” 10 times, and brands Santa as a sex offender who downs bourbon and distributed drugs.
Other sordid offerings include cops selling people crystal meth, pictures of prostitution, shots at Catholicism (my priest just sat on Santa’s knee) and calling Jews “gyps.”
“Merry F***in Christmas” mocks the old children’s claymation Christmas specials, and features raunchy pictures such as a snowman “with a carrot cock,” a dysfunctional family snorting prescription drugs to get through the holidays and a shot of Santa being convicted for pedophilia.
It ends with a teenager “cradling his bells and working his horn” while viewing his collection of Asian porn.
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People who say racial violence is “random” either do know what the word means, or they are not telling the truth.
The latest “random” attack – that wasn’t random – happened earlier this month in downtown Wilmington, N.C.
Four black people decided they needed some money for marijuana and travel, so they decided to look for a “white person in a good neighborhood (because) they’re bound to have money lying around,” said one of the suspected killers to the Wilmington Star News.
They tried to break into a home but ran away after they discovered someone was there. So they moved to the downtown area, where three of the group followed a woman for several blocks while the fourth trailed in their getaway car.
Such attacks are part of an epidemic of hundreds of cases of black mob violence in more than 80 cities over the last three years, as documented in the book “White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence to America and how the media ignore it.”
The woman escaped. And almost, but not quite, dialed 911.
Joshua Proutey was next, sitting nearby in his truck eating a sandwich when this mob found the 20-year-old white college student. They demanded money. He gave them all he had, $10. They took his cell phone.
Then they shot him in the head.
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Despite the attempts by the Left to use the massacre in Newtown, Connecticut to forward their anti-gun agenda, Americans feel that there are other avenues they would rather explore to protect to innocent children, according to a new Gallup Poll. In order of preference, the poll shows that 53% of Americans would favor an increased police presence at schools, 50% wanted to increase government spending on mental health screening and treatment, 47% thought that gun violence on TV, in movies and in video games should be decreased, and 42% thought the sale of assault and semi-automatic guns should be banned.
Almost as many people (34%) thought that at least one school official in every school should carry a gun as those who favored banning the sale of assault and semi-automatic guns, while 27% felt that the news media should not print or read the names of the shooter. The news blackout of the shooter drew the highest percentage of those who thought it would be ineffective, at 40%, but the gun ban was a close second in the ineffectiveness rating at 36%.
What also becomes clear from the poll is the public’s perception that all of the solutions offered would be fruitless, as 53% was the highest positive rating of any of the remedies.
The difference between Republicans and Democrats was most stark when the subject of banning guns was broached; 61% of Democrats liked the idea while only 26% of Republicans did, a 35% differential. Spending more on mental health screenings also was polarizing; 67% of Democrats favored it while 35% of Republicans did, a 32% gap.
On the other hand, Republicans were more likely to endorse arming school officials and decreasing gun violence displayed on TV, in movies, and in video games.
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