Random Ridiculousness

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Crazy Republican and Clinton supporter shanks his brother-in-law in a heated political discussion:

The race between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama for the Democratic nomination continues to heat up — but in one household, the debate turned violent. Prosecutors say that two brothers-in-law tried to settle the presidential race on the kitchen floor of a Collegeville, Pa. home.

One is a supporter of Barack Obama, the other is a supporter of Hillary Clinton, and an argument of words turned bloody when one brother-in-law tried to choke the other and the victim then responded with a knife and stabbed his brother-in-law in the stomach.”

Damn, things are really getting greasy in this Democratic race. If Jose Ortiz, 28, who is a registered Republican and avid Clinton supporter is convicted of the felony charge, he won’t be able to vote. Why is this nicca even supporting Hillary is he is a Republican? SMH.

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  • Vinandi

    1st!!!

  • Vinandi

    thst some crazy ish right there!!!

  • I'm Just Me

    That is definitely random ridiculousness.

    It is never that serious Stabbing your BIL over who he is voting for. Get over it

  • NY2CaliLvn

    the Rep. keepin it really gully for the Clinton troop

  • da darkness

    not the one to promote the violence but hey get some common knowledge.

    a)hil-liar supported nafta, wto, ask her and her husband what happened to the US union jobs, thank her

    b)hil-liar went at the credibility of a twelve yr. old rape victim. ooooh ouch.

    c)hil-liar will continue to have jobs go and fight a never ending war that she supported. it is time for a hope…

    Obama 2008

  • JaliliMaster

    The Clintons are just trying to ‘prove’ their ‘blackness’ by having their supporters “keepin’ it real”(read ‘being ghetto’)!

  • NotoriousOne

    First Bush STOLE the election, then Cheney shot old dude on the hunting trip and now this!! These Republicans are gettin’ outta order!! Straight gangstas!! What next, robbing old ladies of their social security checks?!?! Wait, they already doing that! LOL

  • haha

    Many consider H. Clinton to be more left wing than McCain so a lot of Republicans would rather support her.

  • Grace

    Well Mr. NotoriousOne we won’t have to worry about the Republicans stealing the election if Hillary get the nod. We will just give it away. There are many Obama supporters in my office who have taken this election so personal that they already said they will not vote for Clinton in Nov is she is nominated. People need to understand these attacts are just politics & nothing more. Both are trying to get the most prestigious job in the U.S. Most of us apply for a job, go in for an interview and if we are lucky enough to past the drug test we get the job. Politics is a dirty game. If Obama supports are upset at the attacks Clinton have made just wait till he get the nod. The Republican attacks are going to make Clinton look adorable. You have to have THICK skin to run for office. Obama is in the lead. He doesn’t even have to respond to her attacks. He can just sit back and be a gentleman. It is really working cause the white female votes have increased from state to state.

    I just want to add that Obama really have an excellent staff around him. Clinton is waiting for him to slip up & say something stupid, but his camp has everything under control. No mater which one get the Nod, we need to support them cause I cannot have 4 more years of the Bush administation.

  • http://www.myspace.com/phillystudio PHILLY DA BOSS inda323

    i had a shotgun that said mike huckabee

    but after last month

    ill settle for obama

  • NotoriousOne

    @ Grace…

    I definitely agree w/ you on supporting the Democratic candidate. While I’m obviously a HUGE Obama supporter I strongly believe that first and foremost we hafta get a Democrat in the WH. Not that this is going to assure prosperity but it HAS TO be better than what we have now.

    Also, I think in the unlikely event that Hillary does pull off the nomination, Obama is gonna be the classy brotha that he is and offer her his full support. After all, we ALL know that in the off chance he doesn’t get the Democratic nod, this is NOT the last we’re going to hear of Obama.

    OBAMA ’08 & ’12!!

  • Don King

    @ Grace and Notorious, I’m wit yall 100 % but somehow, someway, mark my words, Obama will not get the nod. He’s black…………… in America………..nuff said.

  • Don King

    And that sucks, but that’s our reality in America.

  • ResearchDONE

    I am a black Republican who will be voting for Obama if he wins the Dem nomination. Although, i am a McCain supporter and have been for quite a while (since he ran against Bush in 2000), Obama really speaks to my interests and my beliefs. Obama has the ability to effect change. I know by now that is somewhat of a cliche, but Obama has the ability to unite. At this stage, I think that is extremely important. McCain is also a uniter, but he is a Republican and I just don’t think the perception of change is evident if a Republican is elected.

    For the record, let me be extremely clear. I am a Republican, but I am a tax-paying African American woman FIRST. My alliegances will always be to those interests first. People who vote for an individual because of a party affiliation without doing the research on the individual are just plain lazy and not only doing a disservice to this Country but to themselves. I am proud to vote for Obama. And I am proud to be American (most of the time🙂 And I am a card-carrying member of the Republican Party. Do not pigeon hole me.

  • NotoriousOne

    @ Don King…

    And I definitely feel you on the whole America and the racist thing, but even if it’s by default (I think Hillary actually has more peeps that dislike her than support her) and peeps not tryna keep the Republicans in office.

  • NotoriousOne

    @ ResearchDONE…

    I definitely applaud your stance and your beliefs. I guess for me, in my lifetime, at least on a national level, there just haven’t been any Republicans that have fit the bill in terms of my interests.

    Even w/ an MBA/JD dual degree, making very good money in the NYC I just don’t think that I should be getting even MORE tax breaks and benefits at the expense of the middle and lower class; and therefore I do tend to believe that the Democrats offer a better platform. Again, this is on the national level because on the local level it has definitely been a different scenario.

  • lovely and amazing

    This story is hardly ridiculous, it is symbolic and a sign of our times. This is the tug of war going on Texas and latino communities as we speak. But look at this way this story certainly puts to rest that latinos are monolithic.

    OBAMA 2008!

    YES WE CAN!

  • Grace

    @Nita…..You just explained why we would lose if Clinton get the Nod. I am a political junkie who wake up to CNN & go to sleep to Fox News (yes, you have 2 know what the enemy is thinkng). I have seen many political races get down right nasty on a local & national level. I just laugh and for the most part vote for the lesser of 2 evils.

    Unfortunately there are many Obama supporters who will stay at home in Nov rather than vote for Clinton. You are doing exactly what the GOP want you to do. They have their clear front runner. They are just sitting back waiting to divide and conquer.

  • http://www.abovethespotlight.com cutie pie

    those boys got in a fight not because of the election but because they just don’t like each other.

    he probably wanted to stab that dude from day one now he has an excuse

  • I'm Just Me

    IN OUR LOCAL PAPER UP HERE TODAY THEY WERE TALKING ABOUT WHITE AND BLACK OBAMA SUPPORTERS BEING NERVOUS IF HE GETS THE NOD AS HE GETS INCREASING THREATS ON HIS LIFE.

    IN THIS DAY AND TIME WHY CAN’T EVERYONE JUST HAVE A FAIR CHANCE…WE ARE SUPPOSED TO BE ONE COUNTRY WHY THE F*CKIN’ COONERY FROM EVERYONE.

    JUST SUPPORT WHO YOU SUPPORT AND LET ME DO ME. DAXN….AND WE CANNOT TALK ABOUT POLITICS HERE IN MY OFFICE. AFTER SOMEONE THREW A VASE AGAINST THE WALL TWO WEEKS AGO WE WERE SENT A MEMO TO KEEP TIGHT ABOUT POLITICAL PREFERENCES.

  • Jack Tripper

    For those concerned with the threat of his life is natural but there have been many presidents who have been in positions to be assassinated. In my life time Ronald Reagan being one of them and he was the most white, hill billy republican there is.

    My concern is not on his life we got bigger fishes to fry. This an old day in the new day. Yes we still have racism but times are changing to a degree you have many Reps that are siding with Obama over Mccain.

    But I thought as rule of thumb in the office setting you don’t speak on Politics or Religion. Those are the two things I will never argue about because I stand firm on my beliefs in both and there is no arguement.

  • Encyclopedia Brown

    I support Barack Obama 100%

  • ResearchDONE

    @ NotoriousOne, you have a valid point and I respect that. However, the Republican party is not just one thing and does not offer one platform, which I am more than sure you understand fully. Just as the Dems stand for more than one issue, the key is and my point in just about every political response I give is to do your research. There are platforms in both parties that I agree with and vice versa. When doing to research to choose a party, I chose Republican because I felt that that Party was more in line with my interests. That is not to say that I would never vote Dem. In fact, I believe any voter who votes a straight ticket is lazy.

    Suffice it to say, there are positives and negatives with both Parties, and I encourage everyone to make educated decisions on the Party they choose.

    To directly address your concerns about taxes, you should read some of the columns and speeches of Jack Kemp. I worked for him a number of years in DC and his perspective and insight is invaluble. And he is an “old school Republican”, meaning he was Republican when MLK was Republican…when it wasn’t fashionable for white men to be Republican.

  • everybody.loves.the.sunshine

    Now, that was stupid.

  • Country Girl

    Bravo to Research DONE!!! I just love how you get your “Grown A** Woman” on. You are the truth and the light. It’s obvious that I am an Obama supporter, but if he does not get the nod, I just can’t vote for Hillary. I am just through with her. She has peed on my head and told me that it was rain for the last time! I can tolerate McCain, but I am leaning towards Nader.

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