So a group of activists decide to stand up for Bradley Manning and the Barack Obama response is to attack them. To push veterans to the ground, to shove them, to scream at them, to threaten them with raised chairs.
That's presidential behavior?
It's thuggery plain and simple.
When that happens, you really have to examine the campaign.
In this case, you have a bunch of attacks coming from Barack encouraging attacks at the local level. He's destroying the country. He truly is. A second term will provide one thing and only one thing, if you ask me, over half the country united in their opposition to and distaste for Barack.
He has truly brought it on himself.
What kind of Chicago thug operation is he running?
The campagin should have apologized immediately for what happened in Oakland. How dare any presidential campaign treat peaceful protesters like that.
But that's the thuggery always right beneath the cult of personality. Always directly beneath. That's why so many of us were scared (rightly) when Bully Boy Bush was illegally occupying the White House. And it's why we felt uneasy over the mass adulation of Obomber. The killer. The drone president.
And now we see what comes from that. This is the man who tried to make hay out of poor Gabbie Giffords' shooting. And now when it his campaign office attacking people, he stays silent.
He offers no leadership, he provides no accountability.
He needs to go.
Closing with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"