A physician in Florida decided to send a message to the freeloaders and the redistributionists who support the Obama agenda. He posted a sign on his office door telling Obama voters to go away:
More surprisingly, with a total of almost 50,000 votes at the newspaper website where this story originated, reaction to the doctor's action was very favorable:
"I'm not turning anybody away — that would be unethical," Dr. Jack Cassell, 56, a Mount Dora urologist and a registered Republican opposed to the health plan, told the Orlando Sentinel on Thursday. "But if they read the sign and turn the other way, so be it."The sign reads: "If you voted for Obama … seek urologic care elsewhere. Changes to your healthcare begin right now, not in four years.
Among conservatives, support for this kind of political speech appears to be overwhelmingly strong:
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Less surprising has been the left-wing's apoplectic reaction to the story. One influential left-wing radical, "Shoq," has used violent rhetoric to encourage hateful intimidation:
"Florida Dr. tells Obama voters 'find [care] elsewhere.' http://bit.ly/bKO6QJ Slam him: 352-383-3773"
I thought about calling and slamming Shoq, but Shoq doesn't provide his own phone number...or his own email address. If you have any helpful information, please let me know.
Be vigilant. Together, we can stop left-wing violence and hate.
Meet Matt Edelstein AKA Shoq
"Now the words 'slam him' is violent and hateful rhetoric. What the [expletive] ever with these [expletive] clownTards. I'm sick of them." ~Shoq
My favorite Alinsky rules:
Rule 4: Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules. You can kill them with this...
Rule 5: Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon. It is almost impossible to counteract ridicule. It also infuriates the opposition, who then react to your advantage.
Shoq's twitter feed