Monday, May 14, 2012

Block The Vote

Over my political lifetime, I've seen all kinds of efforts by Republicans to prevent Democrats from voting. But I have to say, this one, a confrontation over the Wisconsin recall, takes the cake:

A Chippewa Falls man who repeatedly tried to block his estranged wife from driving to the polls Tuesday was hospitalized with head, neck and back injuries when she struck him with her sport utility vehicle. 
The pair had been arguing early Tuesday afternoon over who she was going to vote for in the gubernatorial recall election primary, said Chippewa Falls Police Chief Wendy L. Stelter. 
When Amanda Radle, 30, attempted to pull out, Jeffrey Radle, 36, stood in front of her, according to a police department statement. She nudged him with the vehicle several times. 
Each time he would "retreat and re-establish his ground," the release said. "At one point he climbed onto the hood." 
When she finally attempted to drive around him, Jeffrey Radle jumped in front of the vehicle and was hit. Amanda Radle left the scene and went to the police department to report the incident, the release said. 
"These crazy liberal nuts are always pulling this crap," said Radle's brother, Mike Radle, describing himself and his brother as firm supporters of Walker, the subject of the recall. 
Yes, "these crazy liberal nuts" don't like to be physically obstructed from exercising their franchise. Damn libruls anyway. [/snark]


  1. This has to come the comedy of evil category!

  2. ... or perhaps "comedy of errors," considering the guy probably didn't really intend to pitch himself under the SUV!

  3. It's just too bad she didn't shift to reverse and finish the job....there are obviously some intelligence genes missing in the family and when appropriate Darwin rules.

    Just being snarky.



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