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Friday, October 24, 2008

Support McCain get Beat - even muggers have a political point of view

If you need another example of how insane this election is getting even muggers are giving the beat down on those who have a different political view. These types of incidences are happening more and more in a world that is devoid of reason and relies on emotion to make decisions. WTAE TV in Pittsburgh:

Police spokeswoman Diane Richard said the robber took $60 from Todd, then became angry when he saw a McCain bumper sticker on the victim's car. The attacker then punched and kicked the victim, before using a dull knife to scratch the letter "B" into her face, Richard said...."She further stated that the male actor approached her from the back again and hit her in the back of her head with an object, she doesn't know what the object was, causing her to fall to the ground where he continued to punch her and kick her and threaten to 'teach her a lesson' for being a McCain supporter," Richard said......WTAE's news exchange partners the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reported that Todd, who isn't familiar with the area, drove to a friend's house and together the pair located the Citizens Bank ATM at Liberty and Pearl where the attack happened and called police....Todd declined to comment to the Tribune-Review. Friends said she is in Pittsburgh volunteering for the McCain-Palin campaign....Richard said the woman refused medical treatment after the assault, which happened outside the view of the bank's surveillance cameras....The robber is described as a dark-skinned black man, 6 feet 4 inches tall, 200 pounds with a medium build, short black hair and brown eyes. The man was wearing dark colored jeans, a black undershirt and black shoes....The Obama-Biden campaign released a statement, commenting on the attack. The statement said, "Our thoughts and prayers are with the young woman for her to make a speedy recovery, and we hope that the person who perpetrated this crime is swiftly apprehended and brought to justice."...The McCain-Palin campaign also released a statement saying, "The McCain campaign is aware of the incident involving one of its volunteers. Out of respect, the campaign won't be commenting. The campaign also confirms that Senator McCain and Governor Palin have both spoken to the woman."
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The Richmond Democrat said...

She has confessed to making this story up.

Jody L. Wilcox said...

Upon further reveiw I figured as much....I don't get people that do this stuff