14 April 2005 >>
Some kind, compassionate, tolerant, pacifist New York liberal(s)*
have recently taken to posting George W. Bush shooting targets
—complete with simulated bullet holes penetrating various parts of the body—around town. This picture was taken on the west side of Second Avenue, between 72nd and 73rd Streets.
Despite the cartoonish look, it is a bit eerie that these posters, which implicitly advocate the assassination of a sitting U.S. president, could remain unmolested in the nation’s largest city for days on end. (No, I won’t be taking it down, since it stands as a graphic monument to the mentality of today’s left.)
PowerLine and Michelle Malkin have recently noticed similar examples. One has to wonder whether we’re seeing a modern fascist movement being born before our very eyes.
* Yes, I am making some assumptions here. Since I don’t actually know who’s been posting these, perhaps it is a bit unfair to be blaming liberals. Still, given the prevailing political views of New York City residents, combined with my extensive first-hand experience witnessing liberals advocating violence, I feel fairly comfortable making this assertion.