I call BS on all such stories. We know the stories of racial epithets at the Capitol on Sunday were false, and its my contention that all the more recent accusations are also false.
Yes, this includes Stupak’s voice mail – unless you can provide forensic evidence linking someone to it who has voted Republican in every election since 2004, I won’t believe its an actual conservative/Republican/TEA Party member doing it. Absent such proof, my presumption will be that its either a flat-out lunatic or, more likely, a false flag operation…such as has already happened many times since the Democrats first started to tremble in fear of the TEA Party.
Furthermore, we know from experience – and Matt from personal experience with union thugs – that the violence comes from the left. Unable to win an argument and knowing that if patriots get the truth out, they’re cooked, it is natural for the left to try either intimidation or slander to derail the opposition. They’ve tried intimidation, and it didn’t work – now they’re trying slander.
We’re on to your game, liberals, and we’re not having any of it.
This is how far down the right-wing has fallen? To actually deny that lawmakers and their families have been threatened with violence?!
What the fuck is wrong with you, Mark??
This isn't about some half-assed conspiracy theory that you can happily ignore and stick your head back up your ass.
This is about public servants being threatened becasue of how they voted. These reports of attacks, or mention of attacks is a serious matter, no matter if it were a Republican lawmaker or a Democratic lawmaker that was threatened.