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Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Ann Coulter Target by AIDS Serial Killer

What kind of person is spewing left wing venom? I've discovered that a man, named Robert Richardson, who heckled conservative activist Ann Coulter during a speech at the University of Kansas, is the same Robert Richardson accused of spreading HIV to women around Kansas and Missouri. So far, he faces four counts of this despicable crime and is out on the streets free to commit again.

You can read the dueling stories in the Lawrence, KS Journal which the reporters never make the connection, never put the pieces together, never realize that they're actually interviewing a serial killer as part of their story on Ann Coulter

Click her for the story about Ann
Click here for the HIV infection story

How do I know it's the same guy? In the heckling story Richardson identifies himself as a member of the Society of Open-Minded Atheists and Agnostics. Until recently he had a blog on this very same website spewing not only his liberal hate for anything good, but also trying to pick up ladies...more victims to spread his deadly bug to.

This is the kind of person we're up against in this battle for America between the good and right and the psychotic and left. I guess if you don't believe in God, going around spreading a deadly disease is okay. So, disrupting a perfectly sane woman who has the right to speak in a free America is obviously no big deal at all.


At 10:27 AM, Blogger LiberalismIsAMentalDisorder said...

No big surprise here, when is the left going to learn to just keep their stupid mouths shut?

At 11:59 PM, Blogger Jon Voisey said...

Congrats on making the connection.

Sadly, it's nothing but a great big logical fallacy.

One's ability in debate has absolutely nothing to do with their sexual matters.

Nor does your crass generalization do anything to support your point, except perhaps to the choir you're preaching to.

But perhaps I should try out your methodology and make assumptions based on unrepresentative samples. I could easily claim that, because there's a number of Christians out there that killed their Chilren because God told them to, that all Christians are dangerous murders.

I'm sure you're able to see the problems in that logic so I'd ask you to refrain from making the same sorts of generalizations.


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