Note to Cantor: Show me the bullet hole. Otherwise, you're just saying, "Me too!"
I there was a bullet fired into the office headquarters of a United States Congressman there will definitely be a police report that should on public record. In fact, the FBI must have investigated this incident.
Otherwise, Eric Cantor is once again a liar. He needs to be called out on it.
What's next ... a black-eyed John Boner with a backwards "B" scratched on his face?
3:40 p.m. The Richmond Police Department is investigating an act of vandalism agsinst the Reagan Building, 25 E. Main St., where Rep. Eric I. Cantor, R-7th, has a campagn office.
Police said a first floor window was struck by a bullet at around 1 a.m. on Tuesday. The building was not occupied, police said. A preliminary investigation determined that a bullet was fired into the air and struck the window at a downward direction, landing about a foot from the window. The bullet had enough force to break the windowpane but not penetrate the window blinds, according to a news release.
There are no suspects, Gene Lepley, a spokesman for the department, said.
(This has been a breaking news update. Earlier stories are posted below.)
Newt's Newest Newsworthy Newtism: [paraphrasing]It's all the Democrats' fault. They just pissed off everyone with their "machine" and corrupt process and bullying. So what should they have expected?[/paraphrasing]
I'm watching a bad movie. Yeah, that's it. A bad movie.
Mike Pence of Indiana was on the PBS Newshour, and he was very good about his response to the violence and the nastiness. I don't agree with what he said about health reform, but he said it rationally and without rancor. That's fine. That's more than fine.
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