Thanks for the Memory to Blogs for Bush.
I'm still steamed about the news articles I read yesterday about people opposing the Democrats engaging in activity of the kind for which I've been criticizing our opponents all along. But just when I thought, "Damn! Must we sink to their level?" They lower the bar:
Protestors Ransack Bush/Cheney Headquarters In Orlando
My fears and the fears of others about the level of violence we may see in the days after the election have not been allayed at all.
Thanks for the Memory to reader Leslie Bates at Blogs for Bush:
It happened in my wife's home state of Minnesota too:
Angry Kerry Activists Lay Siege to Bush Office in St. Paul, Intimidate Voters
ST. PAUL -- On the same day that someone fired shots into the windows at the Bush/Cheney campaign headquarters in Knoxville, Tennessee, angry Kerry supporters laid siege to the Bush headquarters in St. Paul Minnesota today.
"Today's siege on the Bush/Cheney headquarters in St. Paul was an attempt by Democrats and the Kerry campaign to intimidate voters who were picking up tickets to see the President," said Republican Party of Minnesota State Chair Ron Eibensteiner. "The Minnesota Kerry Campaign and DFL are ruled by an angry mob mentality that has nothing positive to offer Minnesota voters." Today Kerry supporters blocked the entrance to the Bush campaign's Minnesota headquarters with buses and proceeded to rush into the headquarters in a clear attempt to intimidate voters who were picking up tickets to see the President this Saturday.
Eibensteiner called on DFL Chair Mike Erlandson and Kerry's Minnesota campaign to immediately cease these kinds of intimidation tactics.
"Lately, the DFL Party and Kerry Campaign can be best described as Anger Incorporated," said Eibensteiner. "They need to stop their escalation of these intimidation tactics before someone gets hurt."
Eibensteiner pointed out other instances where out-of-control Kerry supporters have intimidated voters. For example, at the Gophers football game last weekend, a Kerry supporter physically assaulted a female College Republican who was handing out flyers supporting the President. In a similar incident, Kerry supporters assaulted College Republicans at the Minnesota State Fair. During the incident, the union members elbowed two College Republicans in the head and threw them to the ground. Also, DFL Party officials have yet to repudiate a bumper sticker, which was handed out from their party headquarters comparing President Bush to Adolf Hitler.
"Anger is no substitute for optimistic leadership," said Eibensteiner. "Through their actions, Democrats have shown themselves incapable of governing themselves, much less our nation, during these challenging times."
(Bold Emphasis added by me)
I couldn't agree more, Mr. Eibensteiner.
Thanks for the Memory to Instapundit via Leslie (again):
It happened in Wisconsin too.
Thanks for the Memory to Ace of spades HQ:
Michelle Malkin is covering this too, and may have more info.
Thanks for the Memory to Russell Wardlow at Mean Mr. Mustard:
Apparently not all Leftists online are as upset by their side's shennanigans as I am by my side's.