Thursday, December 29, 2005

Bush Attacker in Georgia Sews His Mouth Shut

From MOS News:
A man charged with the attempted murder of the U.S. President George Bush in Georgia has sewed up his mouth in what he says is a protest at a violation of his rights.

Vladimir Arutunyan is accused of throwing a hand grenade at Bush and Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili while they were addressing a public audience on Freedom Square in central Tbilisi on May 10. The grenade did not explode.
In an related story, Howard Dean, Barbara Boxer, John Kerry, and John Conyers have all failed to follow suit. They do however continue to engage in other self-destructive acts of nutballism.

Thanks to The Jawa Report.