Skip to comments.Public Urged To "Dump" On Rove's House (Moonbat Left Gone Ape Alert)
Posted on 07/16/2005 12:52:25 AM PDT by goldstategop
As presidential adviser Karl Rove has been under fire for his role in the alleged outing of a CIA employee, a liberal blog is now suggesting people leave a special care package on Rove's lawn -- the gift of excrement.
"If you just happen to be passing through, do the considerate thing and bring a small gift. We suggest a special bouquet for our esteemed latter-day Wormtongue," says A Liberal Dose.
It then shows a photo of a suggested donation, followed by the observation, "Now wouldn't it be so nice to see Herr Rove's lawn carpeted with such lovely lawn decorations."
The site also provides Rove's address and detailed directions from the White House.
"I think this kind of suggestion shows the utter lack of civility on both sides of the arguments of our day," writes Damion Michaels on the blog.
"While your idea may amuse some, keep in mind that while you dumba--es take to putting dog s--- on ole Karl's lawn, your friendly neighborhood Islamofacists [are] plotting to kill you and your dog and your family."
(Denny Crane: "Sometimes you can only look for answers from God and failing that... and Fox News".)
Then they could go to prison and discover the "joy" of tossing Bubba's salad.
Arrest some them and give them the joy of becoming intimately involved with the Justice system.
Sounds like an invitation to go to jail.
LOL, LOL, LOL !
WELL, AT LEAST LEFTIES ADMIT THEY'RE FULL OF .......
He has the address and map to Karl Rove's house.
No more sneaks.
Anybody wants to threaten in the comments, you gotta register and let me know who you are.
And remember kiddies. Death threats are a felony.
Have a nice day.
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I would say this is about as low as you can go but I'm sure the left will go even lower when Bush announces his SC pick. If the RATS don't lose more seats in 2006 it will be shocking.
A journalist suggested this?
Wonder if he's in on Bev's scam or a victim of it?
That can't be legal. You do stuff like that, you could lose your security clearance for a few years.
Just the violation for the deposting of hazardous waste products carries a sentence of 2-10 years by the local penal codes.
The jails are already too full Arresting these people wont serve any purpose. My suggestion is to make them eat whatever they leave. Should stop it pretty quick .
I wonder if the author of this site is going to lead by example and risk trespassing on Rove's property? Of course not, dumb question. Just another DUmmie-type cyber pipe dream.
The democrats want to put their ideological platform on Rove's lawn?
While not a death threat, conspiracy to commit vandalism? While the vandalism may be a misdemeanor, would the conspiracy part up the charges to a felony level? I don't care if the prisons are full, pack them in more! And put panties on their heads!
However, even better. Since they hate the United States so much, give them a choice of which socialist workers paradise they wish to go to. Cuba, Mainland China, or North Korea.
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