TLP: Better Check First for Bruises on Boehner and McConnell
Seems that the birthers are the least of the hater problems for President Obama these days. A Florida jail guard earned himself a suspension for a little Biblical interpreting on the job.
The Herald-Tribune reports from Manatee County:
The Sheriff's Office recently suspended a sergeant at the county jail for 26 hours without pay for labeling a scripture passage on a co-worker's desk with a message about President Barack Obama that she considered threatening.Also being vocal about Obama was "ultimate fighter" Jacob Volkmann.
According to the Sheriff's Office, Sgt. Matthew Neu attached a handwritten note to a co-worker's jail-issued book of passages from the New Testament, Psalms and Proverbs. The note stated "The Obama Prayer," and with a highlighter pen, Neu reportedly circled a verse in Psalm 109 that read: "Let his days be few, and let another take his office."
The female co-worker considered the reference to the president offensive.
She and other employees at the jail said Neu had been very vocal about his dislike of Obama.
After UFC's Jacob Volkmann beat Antonio McKee in a fight this weekend, Fanhouse's Ariel Helwani asked him who he would like to fight next.So, lay your bets on who Volkmann can get to tag-team Obama with him. After all, Barry is fresh off the Lame Duck Capitol Hill Cage Match.
At first, the 30-year-old said MMA fighter Clay Guida, but then he called out President Barack Obama.
"Actually, Obama. He's not too bright," Volkmann said. "Someone's gotta knock some sense into that idiot."