Leftist Leaves Hate Letter in Response to “I Love My Soldier” Bumper Sticker


Leftists are certainly feeling their oats lately. Now that they have the upper hand politically, they will seize on every opportunity to grind their repugnant ideology in your face. At least this means we no longer have to listen to bogus claims that they “honor the troops”:

A military fiancée who proudly boasts an ‘I Love My Soldier’ bumper sticker was shocked to find a spiteful letter slapped on her windshield that attacked her and threatened violence for supporting the army.

Savannah student, Ellen Wilson, 23, was in a Target parking lot earlier this month when she found the anonymous note that labeled her a ‘b***h’ and implied that her future husband, Chase Nye, was guilty of committing ‘unnecessary murders’.

The venomous letter personally attacked Wilson’s fiancee for not being the hero she believes him to be and then frightened her when it finished up by calling her lucky, because ‘I didn’t slash your damn tires!’.

Read for yourself, via The Blaze:

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Heroes risk getting their legs blown off and worse for what’s left of this country, and meanwhile those back at home can’t even muster enough patriotism to refrain from voting for Obama, so the note should come as no surprise – especially considering that it happened in the parking lot of lib-friendly Target.

On tips from Wiggins and Muddypaw. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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