Monday, August 15, 2011

Bomb Squad Called After Suspicious Packages Found at Boehner's OH Office

Curiously, this didn't make any national news Sunday. I guess the bomb squad being called out to the House Speaker's office doesn't merit much attention.
A bomb squad was called to House Speaker John Boehner's West Chester office Sunday.

A West Chester officer on patrol spotted three black suitcases at the door of Boehner's office around 11:30 a.m.

West Chester police and fire and the Butler County Bomb Squad responded to the scene.

The bomb squad spent two hours disrupting the packages one-by-one with a robot to ensure the area was safe.

Police said there were no bombs in the suitcases, only papers.

Police blocked off the parking lot around Boehner's office and the adjoining parking lot.

There were messages on each of the briefcases that included the words "jobs and oil."
I blame Nancy Pelosi and the leftwing climate of hate. In fact just the other day Pelosi sent out an email stating:
Let’s stand together for a new direction that chooses creating jobs and protecting Medicare over false attacks and reckless tax breaks for billionaires and Big Oil.

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