Death Threats Against Bush Ignored But Not For Obama
- 2009/11/05 17:51:03
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Why was no one ever arrested for threatening President Bush at protests, when they displayed signs in public that called for his death? Just to prove the difference of death threats just go and try to find a picture of a death threat made to Hussein Obama and post it on this blog. I assure you that you will find a ever ending supply of pictures showing death threats to President Bush.
Many readers may think, “The answer is obvious: no protester was ever arrested for threatening Bush at a protest because no one ever threatened him at a protest.
The fact is that people threatened Bush at protests all the time by displaying signs and messages — exactly as the anti-Obama protester just did in Maryland. Yet for reasons that are not clear, none of those Bush-threateners at protests was ever arrested, questioned, or investigated.
This is to prove beyond any doubt that threats to Bush’s life were commonly displayed at public protests throughout his term as president.
On Wednesday, August 12, a man holding a sign that said “Death to Obama” at a town hall meeting in Maryland was detained and turned over to the Secret Service which will likely soon charge him with threatening the president.
Every threat to Obama is now vigorously pursued and dissected by the media and the blogs, and roundly condemned.
In the past, whenever someone threatened Bush at a protest, there was silence on the part of the media and the left-leaning blogs, and very little (if any) follow-through on the part of the Secret Service.
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