Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Tolerance

Sean Kedzie
Early  Friday morning, October 19th,  Sean Kedzie was awakened by noises outside his residence in Whitewater Wisconsin.
 As he went to see what the fuss was about, he noticed an individual removing a Romney/Ryan yard sign from his yard, he yelled to the person to stop. The individual did stop however, a second person attacked Sean from the shadows without warning.
Sean was wrestled to the ground by both persons, held down by a constricting choke-hold, and struck repeatedly about the face and head. He nearly passed out from the choke-hold and suffered contusions to his face and eyes.
An alert neighbor heard the commotion, scared the individuals away, and called the police. 
Lesson here? don't go outside in a situation like this without a gun and always be aware of your surroundings. 

It strikes me that 0bama voters seem as compassionate and tolerant as Muslims.

23 comments:

  1. Over a yard sign? ... redickulus!

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    1. I am sure they were wanting to pick a fight with a Romney supporter, and yes it is ridiculous. Thanks.

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  2. Is this the Senator's son? Just read a headline on FoxNews.com regarding a similar incident.

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  3. "As tolerant as Muslims"? The pResident's followers ARE muslims.

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    1. Rev Paul, I am sure a good portion are . Thanks.

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  4. Cowards. They only attack when they outnumber their opponents. They should be stood up against a wall and shot in the face.

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    1. Robert, I agree, what else do you expect from animals. Thanks.

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  5. This is totally ridiculous. I sure hope the subjects in this incident are caught and prosecuted to the fullest.

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    1. Sandy, I hope so also. Thanks my friend.

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  6. In Texas we go outside with a gun, yell at the offending person to leave.

    If something happens while we are standing in our yard, and we are attacked.

    We open fire.

    Its called "Stand our ground doctrine" and "Castle Doctrine" Im not eager to try it out, but I will defend myself, my family, and my property in that order.

    (defend yourself first, because if your beaten down or killed, you can't help your family)




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    1. Florida has the same law although it is being challenged since the Travon Martin debacle.......BUT, it is still the law.

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  7. +1 on Roberts comments.

    Although, he probably should not have confronted them. Not his fault that these people are thugs,mbut it just isn't safe, clearly, to confront people like he did.

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    1. A girl, at least he should have been armed in a situation like that. Thanks.

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  8. I agree with anon. If I get awakened in the early hours by a commotion. I will go out armed and ready.

    We had a rash of things happen about 4 years ago. Word got back to me that no one was going to mess around in our neighborhood because we all came out of our houses with guns when the call was made. There you go.

    The plus side is the LEO's support our thinking.

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    1. I think LEO's for the most part agree with us because we don't have quite the constraints they have. Thanks my friend.

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  9. Carry a gun, it's MUCH better than dying...

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    1. Old NFO, very true my friend. Thanks.

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  10. This was a story on the local news, a fellow saw someone stealing from his neighbor and went outside in the dark to confront him. Fortunately he had just got out of the military and proceeded to totally beat the tar out of the guy. The would be thief begged him to stop and just call the police. He did while another neighbor held a gun on him.

    Sometimes it turns out different.

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    1. JMD, it's always better when it works out that way. Thanks.

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  11. Every morning around 4:00, I go out for the paper, even then, my little s&w .38 sp goes with me. There will be no incidents of this sort at my house, but that does not mean the incident would not make the news.

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  12. Suerte, good idea, always play it safe my friend. Thanks.

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