Saturday, October 14, 2006

Teen Threatens President Bush

High school freshman Julia Wilson, 14, of Sacramento, California doesn't like President Bush, which is not unusual in liberal Sacramento. So she posted a picture of Bush on her MySpace web page, titled it "KILL BUSH," and added a dagger stabbing him.

She replaced the page after she found out in her eighth grade history class that threatening the President was a federal offense. Julia was at school when her mom, Kirstie Wilson, sent her a text message: "There are two men from the secret service that want to talk with you. Apparently you made some death threats against president bush."

Uh oh.

"Are you serious!?!? omg. Am I in a lot of trouble?" Julia texted back to Mom. Her question was answered a few minutes later when the Secret Service pulled her out of molecular biology class for fifteen minutes of questioning. Julia complained that the Secret Service agents said she could be sent to juvenile hall. Says Julia, "They yelled at me a lot. They were unnecessarily mean." Evidently it doesn't occur to Julia that threatening the President in public is mean, that she deserves to be yelled at for making such a threat, or that threatening violence against other people is a good reason to put her in jail.

Julia claims she's just politically passionate, "I wasn't dangerous. I mean, look at what's (stenciled) on my backpack - it's a heart. I'm a very peace-loving person. I'm against the war in Iraq. I'm not going to kill the president."

Julia, peace-loving people don't advocate killing the President. Even if you stencil a thousand hearts on your backpack it doesn't cancel out a death threat. Perhaps if you want people to believe that you would never kill the President you should avoiding shouting in public that you think the President should be killed.

Her parents back her up. They all think the Secret Service should have just known she wasn't dangerous and shouldn't have bothered her in school. Doubtlessly Julia's parents, who fostered her unhinged Bush hatred, are deeply puzzled why the authorities would pester her daughter for making a simple death threat against the President. They are probably puzzled, deeply puzzled, as to why children act out violently in school, too. It's probably the NRA's or Bush's fault.

Julia Wilson has learned her lesson though. Her experience with the Secret Service has convinced her the government is wrong. She is planning to post a new MySpace page protesting the war in Iraq. Says Julia, "I decided today I think I will because it (the questioning) went too far." In other words, the government was wrong to challenge her death threat. Hey, like whatever happenned to free speech, dude?

Welcome to the next generation of the Left. They are learning their lessons well. Threats of violence are completely unacceptable unless they are against Republicans. Peace, Love, & Kill The Conservatives!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good grief...there doesn't seem to be much of a difference between the terrorists and stupid Americans these days. Both believe it's OK to kill whoever doesn't share their idealology. Scary.

Tue Oct 17, 03:52:00 PM 2006  
Blogger Tantor said...

Both are bound together by their hatred for America. The lefties see the terrorists whom they hope will win. The terrorists see the lefties as useful infidels who will serve them as slaves when the Caliphate is established.

Tue Oct 17, 06:10:00 PM 2006  
Anonymous Bones said...

I am Rep. & I think that stupid bitch should have got some damn, community service or her lil stupid ass kicked off the net for a few years Or hell I would also fine the parents since they think nothing was wrong. I'd fine their stupid ass's a few $1,000's of dollars. Her mom is a stupid cunt & her dad is a jackass. I agree that the Secret Service should of yelled @ her & also most likely I bet she is lying about that shit. she needs to get in more trouble then she did. SHe got away really with it, So we'll see what she does next.

Sat Jan 27, 07:21:00 AM 2007  

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