"Liberals," Free Republic poster
Memory | The late Bill Buckley Posted on 3/13/2017, 11:19:16 PM by TBP
"Liberals claim to want to give a hearing to other views, but then are shocked and offended to discover that there are other points of view." -- William F. Buckley Jr.
"Ah, for the good old days. Today's leftists just think other points of view should be illegal."
4 posted on 3/13/2017, 11:30:16 PM by Hugin (Conservatism without Nationalism is a fraud.)
Added: For at least 3 years a Wisconsin man has been throwing nails in the driveways of people who had lawn signs supporting Republican candidates. For at least one victim, the vandalism resumed after Trump's inauguration:
3/13/17, "La Crosse man admits throwing nails in driveways of Republican supporters," LaCrosseTribune.com (Wisconsin), Ann Jungen
"A La Crosse man admitted throwing roofing nails into driveways of residents who supported Republican candidates,...according to La Crosse police reports.
Martin Sellers, 59, of 2126 Hoeschler Drive, told police he “has done some stupid things” during his arrest Sunday for criminal damage to property and disorderly conduct, reports stated.
Five homeowners on Lincoln Avenue, Ward Avenue, Elm Street and Springbrook Way for three years reported nails in driveways. One homeowner reported eight incidents.
Sellers said he periodically targeted driveways of homes that displayed signs supporting Republicans “out of anger for the political system,”reports stated. One homeowner stated the vandalism resumed after President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
A homeowner who installed a surveillance system caught Sellers’ vehicle on camera. One victim reported having to replace four tires on his car."
Added/comment: Per the first paragraph of this article, the perpetrator said he committed the acts "after someone stole his lawn sign supporting a democratic candidate." Later in the article, it's stated that the vandalism has been going on for at least 3 years. Was the man's democrat sign stolen 3 years ago or sometime in 2016? This wasn't made clear in the first paragraph, so I removed the reference (in quotes above) and placed 3 dots (...), an ellipsis, to denote I'd done so.