So now, the Democraps, realizing that they aren’t going to win even with all the voter registration fraud they’ve been engaging in in Ohio, are turning to . . . direct action.
[quote]Shot fired at GOP Headquarters in Huntington WSAZ-TV Huntington USA - Republican supporters in Huntington were watching their candidate accept the party’s nomination when a gunshot rang out right in the middle of George W. Bush’s speech.
Twenty five people were inside facing the window, watching the speech on TV, when the shot was fired.
“We heard a small snap, and felt glass come sliding by us.We looked up and saw a hole in our window and realized somebody was shooting at us”, said Paula Stewart.
Witnesses tell police that someone fired a shot at the Republican Headquarters office at 1402 4th Avenue around 10:30pm Thursday night.[/quote]
[quote]Someone burned an 8-foot-by-8-foot Nazi swastika on a home’s lawn near where Bush-Cheney signs were posted. The vandals used grass killer to spray the symbol.
“I just cannot believe that someone would take the liberty to do this,” said homeowner Rob Schaeffer. “We’re appalled that someone would choose to destroy our property because they don’t believe in our political views. My signs are going right back in the yard. This is my property. We live here. We have rights.”
Police are investigating the criminal damage and told the homeowner it will be investigated as a hate crime, which carries stiffer penalties.[/quote]
[quote]Protestors Ransack Bush/Cheney Headquarters In Orlando
2 People Receive Minor Injuries During Protest
ORLANDO, Fla. – A group of protestors stormed and then ransacked a Bush-Cheney headquarters building in Orlando, Fla., Tuesday, according to Local 6 News.
Local 6 News learned that most of the protestors were from the AFL-CIO and were taking part in one of 20 other coordinated protests around the country.[/quote]
quote - A Bush-Cheney campaign office in Knoxville, Tennessee was hit by at least two gunshots apparently fired from a passing vehicle on Tuesday but no one was hurt, police said.
The campaign office, which also houses the Knox County Republican Party headquarters, was clearly marked with a banner promoting the re-election of President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney.
Police are investigating and are forwarding information to federal officials in case the shooting turns out to be a hate crime, DeBusk said.
DeBusk said at least two shots were fired at the building, which is in a row of businesses in a shopping area in west Knoxville. He said the shots appeared to have been fired from a vehicle in the parking lot outside.[/quote]