Sunday, January 27, 2008

BDS on Steroids: Brattleboro Boobs to Vote on Arresting Bush and Cheney, Requisite Hitler Analogy Added for Good Measure

Kurt Daims, evidence that liberalism indeed is a mental disorder

We mentioned these crackpots last month, and apparently the public ridicule has done nothing to dissuade them from their futile mission.

It's sad to watch hatred consume people to such an extent, but considering the closet case Che Guevara wannabes we're dealing with, we'll eschew sympathy in lieu of some light snickering.
Brattleboro residents will vote at town meeting on whether President George Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney should be indicted and arrested for war crimes, perjury or obstruction of justice if they ever step foot in Vermont.

The Brattleboro Select Board voted 3-2 Friday to put the controversial item on the Town Meeting Day warning.

According to Town Clerk Annette Cappy, organizers of the Bush-Cheney issue gathered enough signatures, and it was up to the Select Board whether Brattleboro voters would consider the issue in March.

Cappy said residents will get to vote on the matter by paper balloting March 4.

Kurt Daims, 54, of Brattleboro, the organizer of the petition drive, said Friday the debate to get the issue on the ballot was a good one. Opposition to the vote focused on whether the town had any power to endorse the matter.

"It is an advisory thing," said Daims, a retired prototype machinist and stay-at-home dad of three daughters.

So far, Vermont is the only state Bush hasn't visited since he became president in 2001.

Daims said the most grievous crime committed by Bush and Cheney was perjury — lying to Congress and U.S. citizens about the basis of a war in Iraq.

He said the latest count showed a total of 600,000 people have died in the war.
Daims apparently hasn't gotten the memo on George Soros Lancet study long ago having been discredited.

Guess he's not reading the right blogs.

Anyway, Daims continued on his psychotic rant and naturally drew the tired comparison to Hitler.
Daims had no compunction in comparing Bush and Cheney with one of the most notorious people in history.

"If Hitler were still alive and walked through Brattleboro, I think the local police would arrest him for war crimes," Daims said.
Dude's got to freshen up his material.

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