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8/30/2008

Police Arrest Minneapolis Protesters (Updated)

Filed under: 2008 Election — DRJ @ 4:07 pm



[Guest post by DRJ]

The Star-Tribune reports Minneapolis police raided Republican National Convention protest groups and arrested five members, charging them as a criminal enterprise that planned criminal acts to “welcome” conventioneers:

“In a statement Saturday morning, Ramsey County Sheriff Bob Fletcher said the St. Paul raid targeted the RNC Welcoming Committee, a group he described as “a criminal enterprise made up of 35 self-described anarchists…intent on committing criminal acts before and during the Republican National Convention.”

“These acts include tactics to blockade and disable delegate buses, breaching venue security and injuring police officers,” Fletcher said. Deputies seized a variety of items that they believed were tools of civil disobedience: a gas mask, bolt cutters, axes, slingshots, homemade “caltrops” for disabling buses, even buckets of urine.”

Protesters claimed the police action was preventive detention and likened it to terrorism. They vowed they would not be intimidated. The raids were also condemned by City Councilman Dave Thune:

“I’m really ticked off…the city is perfectly capable of taking care of things,” Thune said. “If they had found anything that could have been used to commit a crime they would have arrested somebody.”

“Unless they come up with anthrax or weapons of mass destruction, I think they [the police] came up short.”

I try to be open-minded but anarchists don’t do much for me. Neither does this city councilman.

UPDATE: Here’s a link to a Pioneer Press article that has more details on these arrests. H/T htom.

— DRJ

71 Responses to “Police Arrest Minneapolis Protesters (Updated)”

  1. Every time I hear about anarchists having meetings and making plans and getting organized, it makes me wonder if they really understand what they are doing.

    Steven Den Beste (99cfa1)

  2. Self-described “anarchists.” Yawn. Has there been a more predictable, one-dimensional gang of spoiled little miscreants in the past how many years? They all wear the same costume, they all travel with mangy dogs, they all live in “spaces” near colleges, they all smell…BO-RING!!!! Somehow I have the feeling that none of these kids read Murray Rothbard or Emma Goldman but that their philosophical depth consists of how pissed off they still are at their parents.

    Cracker Jack Sprat Klompus (b0e238)

  3. Welcome to the Republican Police State, boys and girls.

    David Ehrenstein (1d6679)

  4. Based on the short article, I’d give the cops mixed grades. The raid on the anarchists with bolt cutters, caltrops, other weapons, and urine (eww) seems solid, and if they have enough in terms of written plans or informer testimony to prove intent and thus conspiracy there should be charges and prosecution. Even if there isn’t enough to sustain a prosecution, I don’t have problems with this raid because the physical evidence is enough in my mind to support a raid to at least find out what was going on.

    But this is troubling: “On Saturday afternoon, law agents surrounded 951 Iglehart Av. in St. Paul where members of I-Witness Video, a New York-based group that monitors police conduct during protests, were staying. They were detained and handcuffed but eventually freed without charges.” That strikes me as intimidation against a group planning a perfectly legal and valuable action (good to have police and protester clashes on tape to show excesses on either side and to disprove false claims of excesses on either side). I’d like to know who made the decision for that raid based on what information, and what they actually found that caused them first to detain and handcuff everyone, but then let them go.

    Aplomb (b6fba6)

  5. The Republicans do not want video like that from the arrest of the ABC producer in Denver.

    Mike K (2cf494)

  6. City Councilman Dave Thune’s reaction to a proposal for keeping bars open later during the convention: “[I] don’t want a bunch of puking Republican lobbyists on the streets at four in the morning.”

    Icy Truth (75e0f5)

  7. Minneapolis is the Hennepin county seat; it is not St. Paul, which is the Ramsey county seat, Minnesota’s capital city, and where the Republican National Convention is.) The Star-Tribune is a Minneapolis paper, the Pioneer Press is a St. Paul paper (and has a better story that shows the Minneapolis connection.) PressPatch story (with warrants linked)

    htom (412a17)

  8. Dave Thune doesn’t come across as a member of the VRWC.
    Anyone know if he was in Denver?

    Another Drew (5efac7)

  9. htom,

    That’s a better story. I’m adding it to the post, and thank you.

    DRJ (7568a2)

  10. htom, could you please retry that link? It sends me somewhere weird on Patterico’s site, and I’d be interested to read the Press’s account and see the warrants. Thanks in advance.

    Aplomb (b6fba6)

  11. I fixed it, Aplomb. Try again. I also linked it in the original post.

    DRJ (7568a2)

  12. I keep getting a “page can’t be found”!

    Another Drew (5efac7)

  13. AD,

    Now I’m getting the same error message. I think it might be a server problem on the other end, because it worked earlier.

    DRJ (7568a2)

  14. Either that or it’s a registration issue. Try pasting the link in your browser:

    http://www.twincities.com/ci_10344356?nclick_check=1

    DRJ (7568a2)

  15. Tried that and all I get is a white screen.
    Didn’t someone say that if we elected George Bush, we would lose our 1st-Amendment Rights?

    Another Drew (5efac7)

  16. DRJ…
    Just did a Google search and got this for the St.Paul P-P online article…
    http://www.twincities.com/ci_10344356?nclick_check=1
    Which is the same that you posted. Strange…

    Another Drew (5efac7)

  17. Just did a follow up, and the link I posted works, and their is a link for the pdf on the warrants.

    Another Drew (5efac7)

  18. Safari can’t find the server. I’ll google!

    m (f50f8a)

  19. I note that these alleged anarchists are represented by someone from the National Lawyers Guild.
    As an old Cold-Warrior, I am very suspicious of anyone who is represented by the NLG. Not a group with the best of intentions, as I remember it.

    Another Drew (5efac7)

  20. We have reached the point where the hands of the law is tied. Nuts can threaten people’s lives and that’s not considered enough to get them off the street. Personal experience. My neice was threatened with death by an x boyfriend, restraining orders are a joke so he gunned her down last thursday and then killed himself. Failure of current ‘liberal democrat’ laws is responsible for the two deaths and the destruction of two families. The only way to stop someone today is to take the law in your own hands and kill the nuts before they carry out their threats.
    Violent Protestors are simply home grown terrorists, no different than radical Islam, so 25 years in prison might mellow them out.

    Scrapiron (c36902)

  21. From the story:

    Members of various protest groups targeted in last night’s raid held a press conference today to express their anger and frustration.

    The raid was an effort to “derail RNC protest organizing efforts and to intimidate and terrorize individuals and groups converging in the Twin Cities to exercise what are supposed to be their basic civil rights,” RNC Welcoming Committee member Tony Jones read from a statement

    Wow, they actually held a press conference. And apparently none of the press asked the obvious question:

    “So what were you going to do with all that urine?”

    Phil (3b1633)

  22. Scrapiron…
    Sorry for your loss.

    Another Drew (5efac7)

  23. Scrapiron,

    That is horrible. I am so sorry.

    DRJ (7568a2)

  24. Criminal law question to the prosecutors out there, how did the warrant linked by the Pioneer Press article look to you? It was surely incomplete (it didn’t have the pages with the signatures of the officers or the judge’s signature and order) but isn’t there usually some language tying in all those suspected pieces of evidence to a particular suspected crime? It seemed to jump from a list of items pretty much anyone would have in their homes (except perhaps for urine, certain literature about making homemade weapons, and “hollow puppets”) to a list of five alleged crimes, one of which was crossed out and three others seemingly unsupported by the evidence. (Those alleging that the items were in themselves illegal, or have been used to commit crimes, as opposed to being suspected tied to a conspiracy to commit future crimes, seemed like overreach.)

    Wish they showed the whole warrant because it seems kind of weak to me. Fact that it was photos of someone holding it rather than a document or pdf makes me believe the photos came from one of those served with a hard copy, and I wonder what the other pages show.

    Aplomb (b6fba6)

  25. Aplomb, as far as I can tell, this isn’t the probable cause affidavit. That’ll be where the actual facts supporting the request for the warrant are alleged.

    Phil (3b1633)

  26. Ah that makes sense Phil, thanks. I know jack about criminal procedure.

    Aplomb (b6fba6)

  27. I guess David missed the Democrat police state in Denver that arrested news reporter trying to photograph a fatcat DNC fundraiser.

    SPQR (26be8b)

  28. For that matter, isn’t Minneapolis run by a Democratic Farm Labor mayor?

    SPQR (26be8b)

  29. Yes, but this was in St. Paul.

    Another Drew (5efac7)

  30. Sorry, forgot that some of the arrests were made on the west side of the river. And, in fact, the warrant was issued in Hennipin Co (Minneapolis).

    Another Drew (5efac7)

  31. Welcome to St. Paulingrad!!!
    Governors may shoot wolves from helicopters, sell all her states’ natural wealth to the oil companies (read Republicans), and even become a candidate for the Vice Presidency , acts not mentioned by the Constitution however citizens exercising their right for free assembly and free speech are immediately hounded by an overzealous police force. Boring, stinky or not, it is their right. Psychopathic individuals are allowed to walk around armed to the teeth with any sort of firearm obtainable in most states -it’s their constitutional right-however, to sit down and talk is obviously a very much greater threat in Minnesota, demanding immediate intervention. And then you ask why are there anarchists wandering around?

    Miki (505a0e)

  32. From the story: “Deputies seized a variety of items that they believed were tools of civil disobedience: a gas mask, bolt cutters, axes, slingshots, homemade “caltrops” for disabling buses, even buckets of urine.”

    From Wikipedia: “Civil disobedience is the active refusal to obey certain laws, demands and commands of a government, or of an occupying power, without resorting to physical violence.”

    These actually appear to be the tools of criminal disobedience.

    KRB (b93484)

  33. Uh, miki? Oil in the ground ain’t wealth. And you can’t sell wealth. Aside from that, your comment is admirably disconnected.

    Pablo (99243e)

  34. Jesus, Scrapiron. I am sorry for for your loss. You are correct, restraining orders aren’t worth the paper they’re written on and your story illustrates just one of the reasons for that. My condolences.

    Pablo (99243e)

  35. Look! Ar least one of them has been released on bail.

    Icy Truth (eaa5db)

  36. check out these photos from Minnesota Public Radio:

    http://minnesota.publicradio.org/display/web/2008/08/30/raid_slideshow/

    IceCreamMan (961474)

  37. miki is an idiot.

    JD (5f0e11)

  38. Since when are buckets of urine Constitutionally protected free speech?!

    I’m giving a big thumbs-up to this — the “anarchists” routinely threaten violence, try to provoke violence, damage property, and interfere with the legitimate exercise of free speech. If they want to peacefully protest, no problem. But they’ve shown repeatedly that’s not their intention.

    Rob Crawford (b5d1c2)

  39. Dear miki,
    You’re a complete idiot.
    Love,
    Jack

    Action Jackson Klompus (b0e238)

  40. Thanks, DRJ. Linking to a particular story at either of the major twin cities papers is a pain, at best. Both move stories to new links whenever they’re updated or corrected, and I’ve never seen either to leave a corrected link, they just dump you. I think that they think that this is a “feature”.

    htom (412a17)

  41. I lived in Minneapolis and St.Paul (work there currently),

    Comment #3(David E.)St.Paul is run by a Dem.(liberal), Minneapolis is an (R)but still lib.
    Comment #31 (Miki) So you do pay the outrageous property taxes in town? LOL, but that aside what you have written is just junk,
    making and using devices to hurt others that have not threatened you is a crime.Violence is not a first amendment right.
    There are no Psychopathic individuals allowed to get a permit to carry,let alone buy a gun. Gun control act 1968.
    Also wolves are considered a problem up here, they attack cows and dogs.
    So foot-spikes and urine, what if some were badly hurt,maybe someone with a compromised immune system died?
    Would that be ok as long as you got your way? Chemical warfare is the new protest sign?
    So you protest the bombing of innocent women and children by bombing innocent women and children?
    I can see it now:“Stop Bush, It’s our job as anarchists to kill and maim not his!”</I. .

    SteveofTheNorth (8447d8)

  42. Here’s a problem with the news coverage of this I’ve seen so far: There’s no differentiation between the different groups of protesters. Apparently there was more than one raid, and the photos of all of the criminal-looking stuff comes from one particular raid out of several.

    It looks like the various other groups that were raided, where the protesters apparently had nothing to hide and weren’t planning to do anything violent, are protesting the fact that THEY were raided, not that the anarchists were raided. Apparently, also, at least one building where a group of non-violent protesters were staying was closed down and boarded up, leaving them with nowhere to stay.

    The news coverage is doing a horrible job of separating the anarchists from everyone else, and making it hard for us to tell whether the police action here was all as justified as the raid on the anarchists seems to be.

    Phil (3b1633)

  43. Did the anarchists have something to hide? If it was going to be a peaceful protest, why wouldn’t they welcome the police into the house to take a look around? You know, in teh spirit of COOPERATION!!!!11!eleventy!!!11

    daleyrocks (d9ec17)

  44. As usual, things are complicated. Part of what went on is clearly good, proactive law enforcement: the “RNC Welcoming Committee” is a conglomeration of anarchists looking to disrupt the RNC by means fair and foul; there was apparently more than enough PC to get some warrants, and not a lot of good explanations for caltrops and buckets of urine — which don’t, err, pass the smell test.

    But . . . as the lefties have been pointing out, accurately, there’s also been preemptive seizing of cameras to prevent filming of what’s going on (and, in fact, some of the local lefties are in court to get a restraining order on that) and the widespread raids (at least six of them, as of the moment) have been scooping up muffin heading peace types as well as the caltrop and urine throwers.

    Part of the motivation is locally political: Bob Fletcher, the RamseyCo Sheriff and the major power behind this sweep, suffered some major political embarrassment when two of his closest associates and friends were convicted in Federal court of stealing money in an FBI sting, and if his office is limiting itself to good, proactive law enforcement in this — rather than pushing things as far as they think that they can — that’d be a man bites dog story.

    Pay attention to the details. The local authorities will keep pointing to the legitimate part of the operation and the illegitimate actions of some of the Welcoming Committee types; the real issue is what else is going on, and from this remove, it doesn’t look good.

    Joel Rosenberg (677e59)

  45. Obviously if the police overstep the law, that needs to be dealt with. However, I’m glad someone’s finally cracked down on the “Black Bloc” crowd.

    Rob Crawford (b5d1c2)

  46. I agree that it needs to be dealt with; as to whether or not it will be, one hint: it took four years from two of the sheriff’s close associates being caught on tape by the FBI stealing money to them being brought to trial. It’s a fair guess that there won’t be much of any rush to slap down overreaching by the RamseyCo Sheriffs Office in this.

    Joel Rosenberg (677e59)

  47. The URL of the TwinCities.com story is http://www.twincities.com/ci_10344356 but their website does bad evil wrong things* and will turn that into http://www.twincities.com/ci_10344356?nclick_check=1 when you browse there.

    *From the point of view of someone who understands how the World Wide Web is supposed to work, that botch is deeply offensive. And yes, I am a computer nerd — why do you ask?

    Chris Chittleborough (b26b65)

  48. Thank you, Chris Chittleborough. I’ve corrected the link in the original post.

    DRJ (7568a2)

  49. None of these whining Leftists complained when protesters were arrested in Denver, cameras siezed, etc … Their silence at one and outrage at the other exposes their naked partisanship.

    JD (5f0e11)

  50. Gitmo on the Mississippi, but with Walleye Pike and Ribeye Steak.

    daleyrocks (d9ec17)

  51. Miki – I see Obama has won over the incoherent vote.

    SPQR (26be8b)

  52. The San Francisco Chronicle reported this on Saturday, August 31.

    The story was published on page A-17, author Joe Garofoli (Chronicle Staff Writer), bylined from St. Paul.

    The story, which is also online, mentions that the police seized laptops and pamphlets. It does not mention:

    “a gas mask, bolt cutters, axes, slingshots, homemade “caltrops” for disabling buses, [or] buckets of urine”

    The S.F. Chron is not a real newspaper. Its employees are not real journalists.

    The Chron spent a year slandering two attorneys as dog-fuckers just to sell newspapers. It will print anything.

    Daryl Herbert (0ad3de)

  53. The Chron spent a year slandering two attorneys as dog-fuckers just to sell newspapers. It will print anything.

    Anything except the truth, I mean. The Chron went out of its way to give the false impression to its readers that the only items taken were political materials. It did not mention any implements of violence, mayhem, or mischief.

    Daryl Herbert (0ad3de)

  54. The focus on urine is a distraction – there have been a number of unnecessary arrests at this event by people whose intent was only to express their constitutional right to free speech and assembly. Some when told to disperse attempted to do so but were gassed in the process.

    Unnecessarily heavy handed police tactics. I would expect to read headlines such as this from a country like China, not the US.

    John (69e4d6)

  55. Hey John, welcome to the friendly Twin-Cities, run by Democrats.
    And, if it was in China, your friends would never be seen again (some observers might welcome that).

    Another Drew (dbf36d)

  56. A bogged attempt to malign genuine protestors by migling them with anarchist. The imperialist control the news media even though they always decry the liberal control of media. I am amazed that Americans are stupid enough to believe that the only protestors are anarchists but then agains the same morons also bought into the arguement that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction or that McCain was an anti christ.

    jerome (d1e186)

  57. jerome – welcome to the club of those posting here who malign people as “stupid” and “morons” while simultaneously crafting a completely incoherent rant filled with laughably juvenile errors in spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Who was it again that convinced you that you were intelligent?

    Jack Klompus (cf3660)

  58. Strange..I thought we had freedom of speech and a right to redress your government. I guess the constitution is just a piece of paper in this new fascist state we find ourselves in. I wonder if Martin Luther King would be proud that things have not changed for the better.

    Thomas (2b5258)

  59. this new fascist state we find ourselves in.”
    Yes it must be terrible how you are suffering worse that any Jew in Poland c. 1943. I’m sure Holocaust survivors would applaud your bravery in standing up to this totalitarian regime that is destroying your fragile life.

    Jack Klompus (cf3660)

  60. This fascism, it does not mean what they think it means.

    Again, no complaints when they did the same thing in Denver. Just some more faux concern trolls.

    JD (5f0e11)

  61. I continue to be amazed that idiots believe and act out based on their mistaken belief that their 1st Amendment right allows them to force their opinion upon others sometimes violently, and that their right allows them to silence others and prevent them from exercising their 1st Amendment rights.

    PCD (5c49b0)

  62. Personally, I come very close to the proposal that anyone acting-out in the streets wearing a hood/bandana/face-covering is, ipso-facto, a Terrorist who represents a threat to life and limb, and should be dealt with appropriately.
    No quarter should be given – “Chicago Rules”!

    Another Drew (faec8a)

  63. One of these days one of those self-described dissidents is going to come face to face with a concealed carry licensee who won’t take kindly to their threatening demeanor.

    Jack Klompus (cf3660)

  64. its funny howyou all have ahuge mind set when it comers to the protesters. I feel in my heart were paid to disrupt rnc i’m a dem myself just yr is 1st yr i chose none of the above. It will be 1st time I have not vote along my party lines even in nam where I became a disabled vet I made sure my absentee ballot was on time stamped right and corrretly filled in.but the media didn’t give any requrds to the protesters who raised disruption at dnc. what I also notice and please if you have a heart for this country as i do the stink BHO MADE IN PRIMAIES ABOUT HILLARY VOTING FOR THIS WAR IN IRAQ WHILE HE DID NOT CAUSE HE WAS ABSENT IN CHAMBERS WHEN VOTE WAS CAST AND JUST ADDED A PRESENTN AS HE DID ON MOST OF BILLS OR CALLED FOR HIS VOTE HE ALWAYS MISSED ALOMST 2/3 BUT DID GIVE THE MARK OF PRENTSENT IN WHICH IT IMPLIES HE HAS NOT MADE ANY DECISSION TO DATE. HE BLASTED HILLARY FOR CASTING HER VOTE FOR IT BUT DID SEEM TO NOT BE SPOKEN MUCH BUT OBAMA YOU KNOW REASON HE DOESN’T SPEAK MUCH ABOUT THOSE WHO VOTED FOR SUPPORT THIS WAS DUE IN HUGE FACT, HIS OWN PICK FOR V.P JOE (I VOTED FOR WAR IN IRAQ) BIDDEN VOTE FOR THE WAR VOTED AS HILLAY YES JOE THE TRUE NOBODY WHO GOT LESS VOTES RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT THAN MCCAIN V.P. PICK FOR A PUBLIC OFFICE THANS A SHAME . BHO IS DANGEROUS BOTH OF THEM ARE. BHO AND BIDDEN. BIDDEN HAD SO MUCH TO SAY IN HIS BK ON WHY BARRACK IS NOT SUITABLE FOR THE OFFICE OF COMMANDER AND CHIEF.NOW HE IS 2 FACE U SEE IN BIBBLE IT WARNS US A DOUBLEDMINDED MAN IS UNSTABLE I ALL NOT SOME BUT ALL HIS WAS CHECK OUT THE BK OF JAMES IN N.T CHAPTER 1 IF U DOUBT ME YOU MAY DOUBT ME ,BUT GODS WORDS ARE INFALLIBLE AND WILL LIVE FORVER FOR GOD IS THE LIVING WORD THE WORD MADE FLESH.BHO IS SAME WAY FLIP FLOPPING USING ALL OF HRC CAMPAIGN PROMISES ON HEALYH CARE MOTAGES THE ECONMY THIS ELECTIONIS NOT WAY GOING TO BE A GIVE ME NOT WHEN BHO COMES OUT WITH JUST A 7 POINT POLL BOUNCE WHEN IT CHOULD HAVE BEEN IN 20 AS HIS PEOPLE EXPECTED IT.NO I WILL NOT CASR A VOTE FOR EITHER MAN THIS ELECTION I WILL STAY HOME FAST AND PRAY AND AS ROMANS 13 LET EVERY1BE SUBJECT UNTO THE HIGHER POWERFOR THERE IS NO HIGHER POWER THAN GOD.AND RHE POWERS ORDAINED OF GOD SO WHO SOEVER RESIST THESE ARE RESISTING GODS ORDINANACESAND THEY THAT RESISTSHALL THEMSELVES REAP DAMNATION FOR RULERS ARE NOT A TERROR TO GOOD WORKS BUT THOSE OF TERROR. RENDER THEREFORE TO THERE DUES TRIBUTE WHEN ITS DUED QAND HONOR TO WHOM HONOR IS DUE

    SO WHO EVER GOD PUTS IN THE HIGHEST OFFICE IN THIS FREELAND I WILL SUMITT MYSELF FOR GODS WORDS ARE INFALLIBLE AND SPEAK TRUTH GODS MAN WILL GET IN NO MATTER WHO YOU VOTED FOR GOD HAD YOU READY TO CAST THAT VOTE THE MOMMENT YOU WERE CONCEIVED
    GOD KNEW RHAT ON THAT DAT WHOM HE WOULD HAVE YOU CAST YOUR VOTE FOR.TAKE IT FOR WHAR ITS WORTH THE GIFT OF DESISNMENT GOD GAVE ME WHEN I GAVE MY LIFE TO JESUS REPENTED OF MY SINS AND ASK HIM TO SIOT ON THE THRONE OF MY HEART ALREADY HAS SHOWN ME HOW CLOSE RGIS ELECRION WILL TRULY BE AND OUR NEXT PRESIENT OF THE US OF A THE GREATEST FREENATION IN THE WORLD CALL ME CRAZY BUT I PUT THE NEXT PRESIDENT OF A PIECE OF PAPER POST MARKED IT THE DAY I DID AND HAD 2 PEOPLE NORORISEDE WHAT THE GIFT OF DISCERNMENT GOD BESTOWD ON ME IS TRUE AND WESERVE A MIGHTY GOD JUST CAUSE 1 CLAIMS TO BE A CHRISTIAN DOESNOTMAKE THEM IJESUS WILL ASKDID TOU FEED THE HUNRY VISIT THE SICK IF U HAVE 2 COATS AND SOME1 HAS NONE DID U GIVE HIM ONE SOME WHOILL JUST LLOK DOWN CAUSE RHEY WONT AND CANT BEAR TO SEE THE HURT AND PAIN IN JESUS’S EYES AND HE’LL SAY ROTHEM DEPART FROM ME YOU WORKERS OF INQUICIRYTO TO THE PLAVE RHAT WAS PREPARE FOR THE DEVIL AND HIS ANGELS RO TO THE OTHER CROWD THEY WILL ASK LORD WHEN DID WE DO THESE RHINGS FOR U JESUS WILL PEPLY AS U DID IT TO THE LESS OF MY BREDRHENS U DID IT UNTO ME. COME COME INTO YOUR INHERTINCE WHEN YHRTR BE NO NO TEARS DEATH SICKNESS BUT PURE JOY AND HAPPINESS.I CAN THINK OF A CANIDATE WHO HAS A BROTHER LIVING IN THE SLUMS OF HIS COUNTRY AND RHIS CANAIDATE HAS NOT LIFTED A FINGER TO HELP HIM ITS TRUE WE ALL FALL SHORT OF THE GLORY OF GOD THANKS BE AND PRAISE TO JESUS OUR LIVING SAVIOR WHO SAID NO 1 GETS TO THE FATHER BUT THRU MEBEFORE CASRING YOUR VOYR THIS NOV WHILE IN BOOTH AS GOD ASKING LORD WHO IS IT YOU HAD ME READY TO CAST VOTE 4 NOT MY WILL LET 1 TIME MAYBE IN MY ENTIRE LIFE YOUR WILL BE DONE.
    IN HIS LOVE AND GRACE
    REV MIKE H

    REV MICHAEL HUBBARD (1cdb95)

  65. I MUST join Hubbard’s church. I’ll bring the snakes.

    Jack Klompus (cf3660)

  66. #64…
    Is this guy any relation to “L.Ron”?

    Someone please call the sanitarium and tell them they left one of the doors open.

    Another Drew (faec8a)

  67. I think he’s more like the reincarnation of semi-famous flyer producing ranter Francis E. Dec, Esq.

    Jack Klompus (cf3660)

  68. #65 Jack Klompus:

    I MUST join Hubbard’s church. I’ll bring the snakes.

    I’ll bring potatoe salad ’cause it looks like the good Rev already brung the moonshine.

    EW1(SG) (da07da)

  69. Yeehaw! Ah might even put sum stichens in mah ov’ralls to look all purty like! Yew know how us ‘publicans are!

    Jack Klompus (cf3660)

  70. That hurt my soul to read…

    Scott Jacobs (a1c284)

  71. 70 do you have a synopsis? I read the small part not capitalized and figured he was a lame brain obama corksucker, as the bottle didn’t have a screw on cap.

    madmax333 (0c6cfc)


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