Thursday, October 16, 2008
Obama Jackboot Lickers Intimidate,
Creating Lie About Death Threat
This time, Obama Jackboot Lickers lied about a woman who said she doesn't support Obama. The Obama Jackboot Lickers claimed the woman made a threat on The Messiah's life.
From Associated Content:
Jessica Hughes, a woman living in Lufkin, Texas, in 2008, recently experienced something that could have come out of the pages of Kafka, or in the old Soviet Union, or perhaps during a future Obama Administration. This was because she was rude to an Obama volunteer.
It started when Jessica Hughes received a call on her cell phone from an as yet unidentified Obama volunteer in Texarkana asking her if she was an Obama supporter. Jessica Hughes responded, tartly, "No, I don't support him. Your guy is a socialist who voted four times in the state Senate to let little babies die in hospital closets; I think you should find something better to do with your time. (And then) I hung up." Jessica Hughes was referring to a bill in the Illinois State Senate that would have required medical care to babies born after botched abortions that Barack Obama opposed.
Jessica Hughes was very surprised to answer a knock at the door the next day and find two Secret Service agents on her front porch. Inquiring if she had said, "I will never support Obama and he will wind up dead on a hospital floor."
Jessica Hughes was flabbergasted at the accusation. Fortunately she had an eye witness to what she actually said. The call in question was not recorded and the Secret Service Agents refused to disclose the identity of the Obama volunteer making the accusation. So far the investigation is ongoing.
One might think that, perhaps, the Obama volunteer misconstrued what Jessica Hughes said. But more likely the incident is part of a pattern of Obama sponsored intimidation of political opponents, described recently in an article by Michael Barone.
Barone describes a number of incidents in which Obama supporters sought to shut up and intimidate Obama critics. In one case, Stanley Kurtz, a conservative writer, was on a Chicago radio talk show to discuss his research into the relationship between Barack Obama and domestic terrorist William Ayers. Obama supporters, alerted by an Obama Campaign email, jammed the show's phone lines with angry calls and flooded the station with angry emails.
An update from ABC News:
[Jessica] Hughes that is upset that an Obama staffer would direct Secret Service agents to her house to investigate. Also, she doesn't understand why phone calls from staffers aren't recorded -- so the tape an reveal what was actually said.
"I find it hard to believe that (campaign volunteers) don't tape these calls. They call people unsolicited and they aren't monitoring the calls or recording them? I think that is absolutely ridiculous," she said.
Hughes wants to file a countercomplaint against the Obama staffer, and says that she is angry that this charge could follow her for the rest of her life.
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