Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Tomatoes Today and Bombs Tomorrow?

In one way this is funny. The tomato was aimed at Sarah and hit a Bloomington police commander, ha! I see some justice in this. Seriously however, this is nothing new for the immature radical left. They often slash out will acts of violence failing to find words to counter the charges leveled against their ideas. One would think these university educated future leaders of our country could find better ways to express themselves, but then considering the level of education they get in the classrooms of today's colleges its really not surprising that most are uninformed and come out of these schools with only one idea about America. They are taught that America is evil and responsible for all the problems in the modern world and anyone who opposes this is considered to be the enemy and must be silenced in whatever way possible; even if that means, something as seemingly frivolous as tossing a tomato at the offending person. The act was trivial, but the anger behind the act is the real danger here and should not be minimized, for it is symptomatic of a violent strain found on the American left which if left unchecked could explode at anytime in a real act of violence, against dissenting voices. The American left sees in Obama and those around him a chance, a once in a lifetime opportunity to realize their dream of what they think America should be and they will stop at nothing to silence those who stand in way----tossing tomatoes today and perhaps bombs tomorrow!

A man was arrested for throwing tomatoes at Sarah Palin during her book signing on Monday at the Mall of America.

The man allegedly threw two tomatoes from the second balcony, however did not come close to hitting Palin.

Bloomington Police report that a Bloomington commander was struck in the face with one of the tomatoes and may face charges for assaulting a police officer. The suspect was booked at the Bloomington jail.

More than 1,000 people turned out at the Mall of America Rotunda on Monday for Sarah Palin's "Going Rogue" book signing.

Palin started signing books at noon for those brave enough to wait in a long line that started around 5 a.m. from FOX News
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