NC Democrat Big-Wig Advocates Violence Against Amendment 1 Supporters

If a Republican had said this, it would have been at the top of the story, instead of being the last two paragraphs

(Raleigh N&O) State party Democrats also used the vote to launch a broader attack on Republicans, particularly on GOP gubernatorial nominee Pat McCrory. Democratic ad man Frank Eaton turned the camera on himself for a post-amendment pep talk.

“This is not the time to stop fighting this war and the hateful, small-minded politicians who brought it to us,” Eaton says in the video posted online. “November – that’s the battle in front of us. Identify the bad guys. Organize against them. Eliminate them at the polls.”

According to Liberal Talking Points, that would be un-civil, inflammatory, and violent rhetoric.

As a sidebar, we also get

Two online petitions began drawing thousands of supporters. One of them demands the immediate repeal of the amendment. By noon, it had generated about 67,000 signatures from across the nation. The goal is 1 million.

Here’s a clue: if you don’t live in NC, it’s none of your business. It passed. If you want to defeat it, get an amendment on the next ballot to repeal it. I bet you lose.

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4 Responses to “NC Democrat Big-Wig Advocates Violence Against Amendment 1 Supporters”

  1. Dana says:

    Wouldn’t the “bad guys” be the sixty percent of Carolina voters who approved Amendment One? Are the state’s Democratic leaders calling for an attack on the voters?

    Good luck with that election theme!

  2. I emailed the NC GOP saying they should use that in campaign ads.

  3. Gumball_Brains says:

    Two online petitions began drawing thousands of supporters. One of them demands the immediate repeal of the amendment. By noon, it had generated about 67,000 signatures from across the nation. The goal is 1 million.

    Yeah, let’s see how far that goes. You want an online petition to force a state to repeal an amendment that was approved of by over 60% of those who voted.

    BWWWUAAHAHAHAHHHAHHAAHAAA

    Most people who sign those online petitions do so just to feel like they are voicing their opinion. They know they don’t do anything or go anywhere. But, to make it part of your news story?? As a defense?

    BWWWUAAHAAHHAHAHAHAHHAAAA

  4. mojo says:

    “By noon, it had generated about 67,000 signatures from across the nation. ”

    Unclear on the concept.

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