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Thursday, September 3, 2009

Never Say "Bite Me !" To a Bully From Move On at a Health Care Rally

In the beginning the congressional town halls might have been loud but they were never violent, but once the Democrats began to encourage unions and other organized groups to confront the opponents of Obamacare, that all changed. It started with the indecent in Saint Louis, where Kenneth Gladney was attached by members of the SEIU. Yesterday's rally in Thousand Oaks California was the most violent ever:

A 65-year-old man had his finger bitten off Wednesday evening at a health care rally in Thousand Oaks, according to the Ventura County Sheriff's Department.

Sheriff's investigators were called to Hillcrest and Lynn Road at 7:26 p.m.

About 100 protesters sponsored by were having a rally supporting health care reform. A group of anti-health care reform protesters formed across the street.

A witness from the scene says a man was walking through the anti-reform group to get to the pro-reform side when he got into an altercation with the 65-year-old, who opposes health care reform.

The 65-year-old was apparently aggressive and hit the other man, who then retaliated by biting off his attacker's pinky, according to Karoli from DrumsnWhistles.

The man took his finger and walked to Los Robles hospital for treatment.

Neither man has been identified.
It said that our ruling party feels it has to resort to violent bullies to get their way. But such is the method of the progressive Democratic Party.


GeronL said...

Ouch... I mean OUCH!

Snarky Basterd said...

He'd better get checked for rabies.

Also, he'll need to start watching himself for symptoms of becoming a zombie, such as wild starting eyes, a drastically shrinking brain, rigor mortis, and developing a stiff walk.