Wednesday, March 07, 2012

Rush Limbaugh "bomb threat" hyped by Glenn Reynolds actually a "business opportunity" from a Dittohead.

Here's what Putz wrote today, on the bomb squad being called to Limbaugh's house.
Limbaugh’s already had to call the bomb squad to his house. That’s their [ed. the Left's] approach. Marginalize, then brutalize.
A package sent to Rush Limbaugh's home that prompted a call to the bomb squad was nothing more than "a business opportunity," WPBF 25 News' Ari Hait reported Thursday night....

The package came from Pennsylvania, and investigators there already have interviewed the man who sent it, Hait reported. The man, whose identity was not released, said it was just a business opportunity and that he was sorry for causing the alarm.

Police said inside the package was an electronic plaque that had something to do with the assassination of Abraham Lincoln....

The package contained an electronic plaque commemorating the assassination of Abraham Lincoln by John Wilkes Booth, authorities said.
The package wasn't sent by an angry Leftist, it was sent by a Dittohead. One who has McVeigh-esque taste.

When will Putz post a correction?

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