College prank? Hardly. She knew exactly what she was doing and ImintheWind and Drudge took the bait. She knew this story would inflame black prejudice and give some people a reason to not vote for Obama. She would get her 15 minutes of fame and go down as a freedom rider of Republican democracy if she pulled it off and in fact McCain did win. She had already talked to John and Sarah. To pigeonhole this kind of crime down to college prank is ludicrous. <br><br>The fact she was a complete idiot about it so that only a chatty left handed dyslexic with a pencil eraser for a weapon could have done it is no reason to lesson the severity of the crime she committed. She is the lowest of the low. <br><br><br><br><br><br>
I'll repeat what I wrote last night:<br><br>The seriousness of this thing is what's striking, and the way Drudge pimped it is reckless. Faking a mugging and gruesome violence on a campaign volunteer to try to promote racial hatred against a black candidate. Think about that for a moment. <br><br>
Well I dunno Poly but I would not give a 20 year old to much credit as a master mind all by her little head , me thinks her and some college buddies got together and hatched this plan by committee hence why her story kept changing <br><br>IMO<br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Humm , college prank maybe ?<p><hr></blockquote><p>What was she hoping for, to influence the vote in PA because of racial hatred?<br>Incite a riot? What if people got killed? <br><br><br>She said a black man carved her face with a knife, then sexually molested her and beat her to make her vote for Obama.<br><br>The response to Drudge's headline yesterday over at FreeRepublic were several threads over 500 posts long each with calls to stock up ammo and guns to fight off the oncoming race riots. Those threads were deleted just a few hours ago ... but I'm certain the hatred and call to violent action still runs deep in the minds of the wackos that Todd and Drudge and Hannity fueled all afternoon yesterday.<br><br>Way to go Ashley Todd. Windy must be proud of you.<br><br><br><br>
Found it , some how I missed it - DuH<br><br>[color:blue]Charlie Smith – the National Chairman of the College Republicans..</font color=blue> <-- I think the police should be talking to that guy too , I mean polygraph the whole works <br><br><br>
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Well besides facing possible criminal charges for her childish pranks, DO all of you realize the ramifications of this fiasco ?<br><br><br><br>Windy will adopt a new sock puppet name ! Stand BY !! <br><br>David (OFI)<br><br>Hey Windy, you're in GOOD company....<br><br><br>the wheels have fallen off McSame's "straight talk" wagon too !!
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