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‘Tolerant’ Leftists Vandalizing Romney Yard Signs, Keying Cars, Threatening Riots If Romney Wins

The Obamabots are getting desperate and showing their true colors: violent, intent on censoring their opposition, with no respect for private property or others’ free speech rights.

In North Carolina, Romney lawn signs have been vandalized with spray paint:

In Illinois, an arsonist set fire to the Romney sign in one man’s front yard:

Andrew Purcells Republican Lawn Signs Stolen, Then Burned on His Front Lawn in Illinois | Mitt Romney

In Virginia, GOP offices have received death threats, while Romney signs have been smeared with excrement:

On Twitter, liberals have been bragging about urinating on people’s lawn signs, and this one even took a picture of it:

Reports have also been pouring in of cars being keyed and otherwise vandalized because of their pro-Romney bumper stickers:

In California, an elderly couple has suffered death threats and had their lawn sign torn down over six times.

But these tyrants aren’t finished.  They’re threatening to riot if Romney wins the election.  With a track record for violence already, I wouldn’t doubt it.

Cross posted at ThoughtsFromAConservativeMom.com

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