Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Woman goes "Dondero" on her husband

by Clifford F. Thies

A Mesa, Arizona, Republican woman, mad at her husband for not voting in the election, ran over the poor dumb sunuvabitch with her SUV.

Hey, Karl Rove, maybe she has the answer to our party's problem with GOTV.

From MyFox8.com, "Woman blames husband for Obama’s reelection, runs him over with Jeep":
A Mesa woman critically injured her husband by running over him with an SUV during an argument over the presidential election, police said.

Holly Solomon, 27, opposed President Barack Obama’s re-election and was upset that her husband didn’t vote, authorities said.

The husband told investigators that Solomon believed her family was going to face hardship if Obama were re-elected.

Solomon chased her husband through a Gilbert parking lot with an SUV, circled him as he took refuge behind a light pole and eventually struck him as he tried to flee, police said.
Clarification: Obviously Eric Dondero does not advocate violence against those who voted for Obama. He advocates "Di-vorce and De-friend." Which in this case, it appears it may end up being the former.

6 comments:

jgeleff said...

Hey, Eric. You're a verb.

Eric Dondero said...

LOL.

Jerry, I count you as a friend. So, yes, you are permitted to tell people you know me. You can even tell them, "hey, I've got Eric Dondero on speed dial."

Ran / SVP said...

This is not a good thing, Eric. Nor is it funny.

It's sad and more than a little creepy.

...and fair warning, that small disclaimer at the bottom ought to be blown into a full post about the need to keep calm and civilized.

Blowing off a little verbal steam is healthy *if* it leads to something constructive and positive.

Eric Dondero said...

Well then, Ran. If we just give in we lose. We shouldn't advocate violence, of course. But we shouldn't be pushovers either. The left are vicious. We're not. That's part of the problem.

jgeleff said...

'You can even tell them, "hey, I've got Eric Dondero on speed dial." '

So your recommendation is that I go down to the local Republican hangout, walk up to an attractive girl, stretch my arms over my head and say, "Yeah, I have Eric Dondero on speed dial.", then let out a Barney Fife sniff of surety?


ajnock1976 said...

"jgeleff said...

So your recommendation is that I go down to the local Republican hangout, walk up to an attractive girl, stretch my arms over my head and say, "Yeah, I have Eric Dondero on speed dial.", then let out a Barney Fife sniff of surety?"

There hasn't been a lot of happy news lately. Being right in my call on the election is not a substitute. However j's suggestion here, that has some possibilities.

yours for levity

Alan Turin