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Nasty Hateful Socialist

by James Denison / October 20, 2014 2:53 AM PDT
Hmm, must be one of those compassionate Liberals???

"An elderly man calling himself a
progressive socialist accosted a group of about two dozen conservative
students who were protesting outside a building where former Secretary
of State Hillary Clinton was speaking. He then said he had Ebola and
tried to lick the students.
The strange episode happened on Thursday at Oakland University, a public school in the endless suburbs of Detroit, Mich., reports Campus Reform.
Clinton was on campus stumping on behalf of a couple of Democrats:
Former U.S. Rep. Mark Schauer, who is running for governor, and U.S.
Rep. Gary Peters, who is running for a Senate seat.
Campus police and the Secret
Service forced the conservative protesters to an area across a street
and well away from the crowd waiting to get into the event.
The would-be licker who claimed
to have Ebola is Larry Mitchell of the St. Clair Shores Democratic Club,
according to Campus Reform.
The students represented the College Republicans, Students for Life and Young Americans for Liberty.
The action in the rather long
(and basically awful) video below starts at around the 2:30 mark when
Mitchell, 63, can be heard saying, "I just came from Texas. I have Ebola
and now I'm going to give it to you."
Protesters say Mitchell then licked his hand and....?

He should have been immediately arrested and incarcerated. The campus police didn't. This man's name needs to be made publicly known and the locality he lives in should investigate him and his claims, also charge him with assault.
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Sounds like a prank to show what wusses those Conservatives
by Rob_Boyter / October 20, 2014 9:06 AM PDT

were. Young punks there to heckle Hillary got punk'd. Any one with half a brain would know that anyone infectious would be in quarantine in the hospital. Serves them right.

I remember we used to call up a rival drug crisis counselling phone line with totally impossible stories. "Hey, my buddy just drank 2000 cc's of Nembutal what do I do." (Please note I didn't do it, but I laughed in the background).

That's an impossible amount of liquid to ingest. He would have been dead if he'd gotten about 300 cc's down, and Nembutal did not at that time come in an oral liquid. It does now. What it proved was that the people on the phone-lines didn't know their jobs or the necessary knowledge to counsel people who might call in..


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It's not like we haven't seen dirty tricks from Republicans
by Rob_Boyter / October 20, 2014 9:17 AM PDT

from the sabotage of Ed Muskie onward. They started it. Apparently they can't take it, or even respond with any sense of likelihood or guts. Candy assed Conservative known-nothings. Wish I'd thought of it. I'd have blown kisses, which would have been more classy than licking.

Better yet, get a bunch of hot Democratic chicks (it is a well lknown fact that Democratic university students are hotter than Republicans, who all look like Phyllis Schlafly) and have them wade into the crowd kissing everyone in sight and then announcing they were the Ebola Democratic Party, and watch the crowd evaporate and the emergency rooms fill up.


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Not to mention all the voter registration cards sent out to
by Diana Forum moderator / October 20, 2014 9:25 AM PDT

dead people or children.


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Actually I think this is an excellent prank
by Diana Forum moderator / October 20, 2014 9:27 AM PDT

It broke up the crowd.


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you approve of
by James Denison / October 20, 2014 12:16 PM PDT

licking your hands and wiping them on people?!

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(NT) I do believe that licking the students went a bit too far
by Diana Forum moderator / October 20, 2014 10:56 PM PDT
In reply to: you approve of
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Someone who does this should be arrested
by Steven Haninger / October 20, 2014 6:17 PM PDT

That which can cause panic or great fear should not be tolerated. Anyone in the medical field or those such as police and firemen know the rules about how to treat bio-hazardous materials and bio-contaminants of any kind. The rule is that, if one doesn't know for certain if it's harmful, you treat it as harmful. This isn't something I'd take lightly such as to allow it to happen again. Sometimes an example must be made of someone to get others to understand the serious nature of what they've done. Suppose someone started slinging pig blood into a crowd while wearing a shirt claiming he had AIDs and that the blood was his. Is that a prank? I don't think so.

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No that isn't a prank and as I said above
by Diana Forum moderator / October 20, 2014 10:59 PM PDT

licking the students went a bit too far. Running around through the crowd saying it would be a prank.


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