(Via Instapundit) Karma… can be a bit of a rough mistress sometimes. Meet Kim Stafford, Obama voter who thought it’d be entertaining to mock up a somewhat bigoted and offensive sign attacking the Tea Party. She then allowed it to be photographed. It then ended up on the Internet. And then the Online Left started the threats:
…people said awful things. They said she should be raped. They said she should kill herself.
“The party I’m a part of because I’m tolerant and I think that homosexuals should be able to get married – the group of people that I associate with – can be just as cruel as the people I disagree with,” she said.
I don’t know what’s more depressing: that Ms. Stafford hasn’t noticed that in her case the people that she associates with are being rather more cruel to her than the people that she disagrees with, or that the Online Left actually believed that picture in the first place. Then again, based on my history as a RedState moderator I’ve long since concluded that liberal Internet trolls mostly think that the veracity of a story is in direct correlation to how easy it is for them to viciously masturbate to it.
PS: “Shame?” What is this ‘shame’ thing that you speak of? Because, you know, you shouldn’t make stupid signs and let your roommate take pictures of them. Or, you know, viciously masturbate to the ones that you see online.