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April 22, 2008

Md. Man Who Sent Threatening Letters to Bush Sentenced to 15 Years: So What Should 'Little Bush Hater' Get For YouTube Video?

Topics: War on Terror

Fox News reports that a federal judge in Greenbelt has sentenced a man to 15 years in federal prison for sending threatening letters to President Bush, a judge and a prosecutor in Montgomery County, and a Rockville attorney who uncovered the man's alleged embezzlement scheme more than 20 years ago. Although what he did was both wrong and illegal, the threat was apparently driven by an emotional response to his having been raped and beaten in prison. Certainly this is not an excuse but one can understand that the guy at the very least had some basis for feeling wronged, albeit the way he responded to what happened to him in prison were inappropriate.

However, this brings us to the real topic at hand, the child in the "Little Bush Hater" video and the adult or adults that put him up to it. The vile, vulgar, highly threatening YouTube video threatening President Bush represents the kind of racial hate characteristic of Obama's pastor, Jeremiah Wright, and the irrational hatred of the far left sufferers of Bush Derangement Syndrome, and could represent a very real threat. Importantly, the only excuse the makers of the video have is a deranged hatred for the president of the United States for their imagined and clearly bizarre grievances.

Readers are encouraged to watch the video and decide for themselves, but I cannot imagine the Secret Service not investigating the person or persons behind it, and get the sicko kid some major psychological therapy (and an education), sooner rather than later.

Posted by Richard at April 22, 2008 11:45 AM



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