Minister of Education Reports
Democrats are talking about keeping elections honest, but they seem to
have some strange definitions of how this is done. There is an
orchestrated campaign of political violence taking place designed to
intimidate Republicans. A wave of vandalism, assaults and attempted
intimidation has taken place across America. The attacks all seem to have
one thing in common: The victims are, in almost all cases, supporters of
George W. Bush. Could the culprits be some of the people Mrs. Kerry
supports through her Tides Foundation?
In Madison, Wis., someone burned an 8-foot-by-8-foot Nazi swastika on a
homeowner's lawn, which had been decorated with Bush-Cheney signs. The
vandals used grass killer to spray the hate symbol.
In Orlando, Fla., Democrats stormed the local Bush-Cheney headquarters.
The ensuing melee left two campaign workers injured. One victim of
Democrat violence had his head rammed into an office door. The perpetrator
later blamed President Bush's "negative campaign."
In Knoxville, Tenn., and Huntington, W. Va., shots were fired into the
local Bush-Cheney headquarters. Gun control on the Democratic platform
apparently means disarming conservatives and patriots.
In Gallatin County, Mont., the GOP office was vandalized twice in less
than a week. Republican offices in the Seattle area, in Spokane, Wash.;
Canton, Ohio; Fairbanks, Alaska, and Edwardsville, Ill., also have been
burglarized and/or vandalized.
In Miami, police reported that more than 100 union protesters stormed the
Bush-Cheney office and shoved volunteers aside. No one was charged because
most of the protesters left before the police arrived. So why weren’t the
ones still there charged?
Tampa, nearly three dozen protesters stormed the local GOP office and
intimidated the elderly volunteers working there.
AFL-CIO who has a long record of racketeering and intimidation took credit
on its Web site for similar demonstrations - apparently all coordinated -
in Independence and Kansas City, Mo.; Dearborn, Mich.; St. Paul, Minn.,
and West Allis, Wis.
Florida Rep. Tom Feeney and 49 other GOP members of Congress have signed a
letter asking the Justice Department to investigate possible election law