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Woman Allegedly Runs Over Husband for 'Helping' to Re-Elect President Obama

Posted by Sasha Brown-Worsham on November 13, 2012

woman ran over husband over electionHolly Solomon is allegedly really upset that President Barack Obama won his bid for re-election. She is so upset that, according to police, the pregnant 28-year-old from Arizona RAN OVER HER HUSBAND with an SUV because he didn't vote. Wow. ALL the psychos are crawling out of the woodwork on this one.

Solomon is looking at a whole lot of prison time and her poor husband is looking at a whole lot of recovery time (he is in critical condition) all because his wife allegedly has poor impulse control and is clearly a moron, too. Solomon may be sad to learn that even had her husband voted, the results would have been the same because a) Obama won by WAY more than one vote, and b) Arizona went to candidate Mitt Romney anyway.

Look, it's great that this psycho wants us to all celebrate our American pride and get to the polls. It's our civic duty! But, um, could you learn a little bit about history and our country before you put the pedal to the metal?

Those of us on the left get it. You're disappointed your candidate lost and that is too bad. It's never fun to be on the losing end of a campaign, especially when you believed in the change. But here's what: This IS democracy. This is how it works. So all this talk of secession and overt racism and RUNNING HUSBANDS OVER LIKE DOGS only makes people look like fools.

If they EVER want any chance of winning, the Republican right is going to have to work on appearing a lot more sane.

This is how elections work. In 2000 and 2004, I was upset. All my friends were upset. We cried. We raged (among one another). We complained that the rest of the country was clearly moronic. But then, the next morning, we moved on. We got back to our lives, and you know what? I am here, 12 years later, doing far better in my career. My husband and I both finished graduate school, had children, advanced in our careers, quadrupled our salaries, and bought houses.

It's not that bad. Even if you loathe Obama, it's your own damn fault if you can't manage to make something of your life.

No candidate or president can keep you from having a happy life. It just shouldn't affect us THAT much. So cry, get upset, and beat your fists, but do it in the privacy of your own home. Then compose yourself, learn a bit about history (see there's this THING now called the electoral college that means your one vote can only swing your state, not the whole election), and set about making YOUR life better. Jeesh.

Why do you think people are overreacting so much to this election?

by on Nov. 13, 2012 at 11:06 AM
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Billiejeens
by Ruby Member on Nov. 13, 2012 at 1:45 PM
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True maybe she simply doesn't want her baby to grow up in a third world country.

Quoting azaz:

 There has got to be a deeper issue going on.


Sisteract
by Socialist Hippie on Nov. 13, 2012 at 2:33 PM

:)

Quoting azaz:

 There has got to be a deeper issue going on.


paknari
by Silver Member on Nov. 13, 2012 at 2:37 PM
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You have to legally say the word allegedly until the person accused has been sent to trial. You know innocent until proven guilty and all...


Quoting 4allmom:



Quoting imamomzilla:


 Nana posted this yesterday.


The operative word here is "allegedly".


I hope the husband makes a speedy recovery and gets a quickie divorce.


Seen plenty of "overreaction" from both sides, truth be told.


"allegedly" ahahah spoken like a true republican. Honey she hit the damn man. Point, blank, period.


 


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tnmomofive
by Silver Member on Nov. 13, 2012 at 2:39 PM
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Obviously much deeper issues within that marriage and the chick is bat shit crazy.

paknari
by Silver Member on Nov. 13, 2012 at 2:42 PM
Yes it was a much better idea to place her in foster care where she can tell everyone her mommy is an attempted murderer. I'm sure that kid will turn out just fine!


Quoting Billiejeens:

True maybe she simply doesn't want her baby to grow up in a third world country.


Quoting azaz:


 There has got to be a deeper issue going on.





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katzmeow726
by on Nov. 13, 2012 at 2:45 PM
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I have a feeling that if the situation had been reversed, and it was "allegedly" an Obama supporter that did this, you would be all over the story, and using it as "proof" that liberals are bad.  There would not be any "allegedly" involved at that point.

 

Quoting imamomzilla:

 Nana posted this yesterday.

The operative word here is "allegedly".

I hope the husband makes a speedy recovery and gets a quickie divorce.

Seen plenty of "overreaction" from both sides, truth be told.


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katzmeow726
by on Nov. 13, 2012 at 2:46 PM
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Unless it's a liberal...then zilla suddenly forgets that one little word.

Quoting paknari:

You have to legally say the word allegedly until the person accused has been sent to trial. You know innocent until proven guilty and all...


Quoting 4allmom:



Quoting imamomzilla:


 Nana posted this yesterday.


The operative word here is "allegedly".


I hope the husband makes a speedy recovery and gets a quickie divorce.


Seen plenty of "overreaction" from both sides, truth be told.


"allegedly" ahahah spoken like a true republican. Honey she hit the damn man. Point, blank, period.





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4allmom
by on Nov. 13, 2012 at 2:46 PM

Right.

Quoting katzmeow726:

I have a feeling that if the situation had been reversed, and it was "allegedly" an Obama supporter that did this, you would be all over the story, and using it as "proof" that liberals are bad.  There would not be any "allegedly" involved at that point.

 

Quoting imamomzilla:

 Nana posted this yesterday.

The operative word here is "allegedly".

I hope the husband makes a speedy recovery and gets a quickie divorce.

Seen plenty of "overreaction" from both sides, truth be told.



4allmom
by on Nov. 13, 2012 at 2:51 PM

Thanks for teaching me the obvious. lol you guys are so much smarter than us welfare stealing, foodstamps taking, poor lower than life people? fyi I don't get a damn thing from the Government, just taking up for the humans that does, those that need it that is and don't abuse it.  But if I did its no one damn business and who are you to judge? Don't answer that, I already know.

Quoting paknari:

You have to legally say the word allegedly until the person accused has been sent to trial. You know innocent until proven guilty and all...


Quoting 4allmom:

 


Quoting imamomzilla:


 Nana posted this yesterday.


The operative word here is "allegedly".


I hope the husband makes a speedy recovery and gets a quickie divorce.


Seen plenty of "overreaction" from both sides, truth be told.


"allegedly" ahahah spoken like a true republican. Honey she hit the damn man. Point, blank, period.


 



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by on Nov. 13, 2012 at 2:52 PM
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 No, I'd still have faith in the legal justice system that states a person is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Thanks for ASSuming though.

Typical.

Did you happen to catch the story of the dead pig outside a GOP HQ? Let me guess...you think a Republican did it to make y'all look bad, right? ROFL

Quoting katzmeow726:

I have a feeling that if the situation had been reversed, and it was "allegedly" an Obama supporter that did this, you would be all over the story, and using it as "proof" that liberals are bad.  There would not be any "allegedly" involved at that point.

 

Quoting imamomzilla:

 Nana posted this yesterday.

The operative word here is "allegedly".

I hope the husband makes a speedy recovery and gets a quickie divorce.

Seen plenty of "overreaction" from both sides, truth be told.


 

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