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June 07, 2011

Leftist "Comic" Says He Would Assassinate Palin

Obama mentor Bill Ayers, himself an advocate for executing up to 25 million Americans in "reeducation camps, would no doubt approve.

In responding to a question about former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's appearance on "Fox News Sunday," in which Palin defended her interpretation of what happened during Paul Revere's pre-Revolutionary War famous ride, Titus launched into a description of what he would do if Palin were elected.

"You know what man?" Titus said. "I am going to literally if she gets elected president, I am going to hang out on the grassy knoll all the time, just loaded and ready because you know what? It's for my country. It's for my country. If I got to sacrifice myself, it's for my country."

It's not for your country, Chris. It's for your lock-step, childish, and violent ideology.

Posted by Confederate Yankee at June 7, 2011 12:14 PM
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Typical lib. You should take him seriously because he talks a good game. Like all the ones who said they would move to Canada if Bush got elected/re-elected, then didn't. Saying such things might help him get laid but are otherwise pointless.

I still don't get how Sen Stewart Smally avoided jailtime for his assault and battery.

Posted by: Professor Hale at June 7, 2011 01:04 PM

Neither this guy nor anyone else has a reason to worry about this woman getting elected. She's an ignorant dolt and no one in the GOP who matters can stand her.

Posted by: LevBronstein at June 7, 2011 07:48 PM

That's right Lev; the only problem you and the rest of your gop who matters have is with a lot of us who USED to vote for those self adoring goppricks AREN'T PLANNING TO DO IT ANY MORE.
We're real tired of the voting for demo-lites and frankly don't care if the obumble wins if that's all you got for us.

Posted by: emdfl at June 8, 2011 12:12 AM

Ms. Palin's biggest negative is that there is a high probability that she is just another GOP prick playing the outsider/maverick/rogue card. Conservatives would actually like to get a conservative in office onece in a while, not just vote for them in elections. The manipulation game gets old.

After several years of Obama and Biden, I don't see how anyone can keep a straight face when they say Palin isn't smart enough for the job. That bar has already been set.

Posted by: Professor Hale at June 8, 2011 09:27 AM