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Husband's Fault Obama Won- Wife Runs Husband Over

Posted on December 11, 2012 at 9:50 AM Comments comments (281)
Now we have all been blamed for things beyond our control, but this one takes the cake. An Arizona woman (Holly Solomon) blamed her husband for Obama's re-election, because he did not vote in this years election (Obama you owe this man big). Regardless of her rationale (understanding crazy people just means your crazy too), she is a women of strong political convictions, and she felt she had to fight back against those who do not support her views (that's always been safe grounds for violence). After finding out that her husband did not vote in this election (for those keeping score Arizona's electoral votes did not go to Obama anyway), she proceeded to chase her husband in her car and then ran him over. This little lover's quarrel ended up with an aggravated assault charge and a domestic violence charge (likely in the 1st degree) against the wife. In the end the husband is left recovering and she is left in jail. Dare I say it, but he is better off without her. Check out the whole story here.

States Succeed at Seceding? (AR too)

Posted on November 13, 2012 at 11:10 AM Comments comments (43)
 Apparently as of now there are 20 states (Georgia did so twice) that have created petitions on the White House website requesting the White House to allow their respective states to secede. The White House requires 25,000 signatures in a 30 day span in order to receive a review and response of the petition by the White House. As of now only Texas has reached that threshold. To be frank this is closer to a comments and suggestion box at a restaurant than it is a legitimate legal process. Even here in the Great State of Arkansas a petition has been filed, but the likelihood of getting a response other than no is around .00000000000000001% for an optimist. However the people are speaking so someone should listen. Thoughts?