Skip to comments.Death Threat From DNC Delegate: ‘Mitt Romney… I Would Like To Kill Him!’
Posted on 09/05/2012 10:22:47 PM PDT by Domandred
During the second day of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, TheBlaze took to Time Warner Cable Arena to speak with delegates about the most pressing issues of our time. Most of those interviewed were good sports, answering questions about the trajectory of the country under Obama, the Affordable Care Act and even Socialism.
One of our conversations took an unexpected turn, however, when we asked New York delegate Julia Rodriguez about her views on the direction of the country. Rodriguez promptly shouted that she would, in fact, like to kill Mitt Romney.
It sounds like Julia Rodriguez has one too many bean burritos. She’s passing a lot of gas.
So stupid to actually say this. Just shows the intelligence level of dem voters.
>>Nothing to see here. The Tea Party is the violent threatening hate mongers. <<
You really need to use the /sarc tag.
What’s the big deal, I mean it’s not like they threw peanuts at a CNN camera woman or anything like that.
She should be in SS custody at this time. She made a threat. And if she had said this about obama, she would be in custody.
When lies are told, it incites others to carry things a step further. This is the fault of the DNC for saying whatever they think will help them to win. The DNC is demonizing Romney, a man of character. Is it any surprise some people are getting carried away?
Things are liable to get pretty ugly after Romney wins this election.
So when’s this old fool go to jail?
I apologize in advance if this is going to be flame bait. Or if it hijacks the thread, but I really am curious.
Is there a legal difference between joking about the death of a politician and screaming about how much you want to kill one? And how are politicians different from, you know, normal people, and similar threats and comments?
I mean, Rove’s stupid comments about Akin didn’t strike me, at least, as worth prosecution. It was a joke—a stupid, tasteless joke that should have gotten him fired from any and every job he held, but a joke. He wasn’t actually planning on killing Akin.
So if we want to arrest this crazy woman, does that mean that we should arrest Rove? Should we arrest anyone who makes a tasteless joke about a politician’s death? How about a non-political figure? At what point does the First Amendment kick in here?
She should be arrested and charged. Why hasn’t she been
The Tea Party is the violent threatening hate mongers.
This is “race”:
98% - B
78% - J
67% - H
Go straighten out your Commie Cousins yourself -
Vote for 0bama and he may kill your job and your health care plan.
Where is the Secret Service?
Would the silence be the same if a right wing Tea Party member said the same of Obozo at the Republican convention?
A Dem in PANIC mode because the GOP will sweep BIGTIME.
She should watch what comes out of her taco hole.
Laws don’t apply to democrats
(Thinking of living room conversations here when The 0ne (PBUH) is on...)
Charro has not aged well...
She has no way to make it happen, therefore it is meaningless.
If a conservative said something similar, however, that would be a different matter. THEY are hateful, armed and dangerous! < /sarc >
What I was more thinking about an argument I recently had with someone who said that Rove should be arrested and tried for his comment about Akin. And that made me wonder where the line is. At what point does it stop being protected (albeit stupid) political speech and start being incitement to murder?
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