Skip to comments.Schoolgirl investigated for Bush 'threat'
Posted on 10/14/2006 3:36:02 AM PDT by Aussie Dasher
A SCHOOLGIRL was quizzed by Secret Service agents after posting anti-George W. Bush comments on a popular Internet chat room, a US newspaper has reported.
Julia Wilson, described as a freckle-nosed 14-year-old who wears braces and has a love heart on her school backpack, was yanked out of a biology class at her school in Sacramento, California to answer agents' questions.
The Sacramento Bee newspaper reported that she posted a cartoon photo collage of a knife stabbing President George W. Bush's hand beneath the words "Kill Bush" on MySpace, which is hugely popular amongst teens.
It was one of several images the teenager had used to decorate an anti-Bush page on the website and prompted a visit to McClatchy High School by agents from the Secret Service and the Department of Homeland Security.
"I told them I just really don't agree with Bush's politics," the schoolgirl told the newspaper.
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McClatchy High School? Named after the parent company of the Sacramento Bee, Mpls Star Tribune, and other great American bird cage liners? I hope she's a more serious-minded kid after this visit.
I wished they had asked her "Tell us exactly which policies and could you explain why you disagree with them?" I bet there would have been a lot of "uh's" and "um's" in her response.
It sounds like that is exactly what they were doing.
So, dad, if another little precious child in her class had posters with a knife going through your daughter's head, with the words "Kill Julia" on them, would you want that investigated? Sure you would.
Threats are threats, it doesn't matter if they are made by a 40 or 14 year old.
She certainly is a brat, but I know we harp on the press alot, but in this case I must believe that the press poisoned this little girl. I know the parents could have had something to do with this too. If the parents are not understanding of politics which truthfully many aren't and get their information from the press and begin to believe that Bush should be dead than the kids are going to pick up on this. It is human nature. The press really is sleasy in many ways. I try to be fair and balanced with the news, but after seriously trying for years, I just came to the conclusion that they are extremely biased against Republicans and conservatives. No matter how they say they aren't.....they are!!! Sorry for going on and on...
Well thankfully, they did not include 'intelligent' in the profile here. . .
And they do not mention if she had a picture of Cindy Sheehan. . .or any CD's by the the Dixie Chicks in her back-pack.
(Bring her to Free Republic and let her defend her convictions ;^). . .
No one can suggest that this is a valid exercise of state power. We must all condemn this action. This is far worse than the Foley scandal.
When asked, these brainless commie-bots stutter and say things like, "He's a pig man, I can't stand his smirk... my dad says that he is the terrorist... springsteen hates him... my mom says he wants to take away all of my rights as a woman... he ordered the Twin Towers blown up... and last but not least... he stole the election from algore."
Dregs of society, refuse of souls (all belonging to satan).
I work with a guy and he is a total idiot. I even reported him to my big boss about what he said about President George W. Bush. It astounded me that he is still working where we work. To scare him, I told him on a Monday that I was surprised to see him at work after the comments that he made.
Call the Secret Service. They will take care of it... and your boss! Anyone that does not see that they did the RIGHT THING in investigating this little girl, is wrong! Hell her father may be a abbey hoffman type... but I see that PC has infected some Freepers and DU plants here.
Hmmm. Wouldn't that be profiling? Then, the next time, when they go after some hood wearing guy with a death wish, the media libs would scream "bias", because they treated the little 14 year old girl differently.
Another brilliant product of the public skool system.
I was watching TV last weekend...perhaps the Discovery Channel...not sure. They were showing talented kids around the nation. One little kid danced and played Cajun music on his accordian. He was a delight to watch.
Then there was an 11 or 12 year old girl who wrote and sang a song while playing a guitar. One of the lines in her song was, "George Bush is an idiot." I was appalled!
Yea, I'm sure they yanked her by the hair and dragged her down the hall for quesioning!
Whatever the case, she got what she deserved.
MySpace is a "chat room" like Free Republic is a blog. Which is to say, in that way that isn't. At all.
Sweet tapdancing hopscotching love of all things good and holy. Can we get the occasional Internet correspondent who's actually used the damned thing?