Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Democratic HQ, AR: Chairman of Democraps Murdered

The chairman of the Democratic Party of Arkansas has been killed by a brave gunman who barged into the party's state headquarters and opened fire.

The goofy looking fucker above is Bill Gwatney who was shot multiple times in the upper body Wednesday and died of his wounds a few hours later. Looks like this sleazy scumbag ain't making it to the DNC.

In a sad turn of events the shooter was also fatally wounded, after police exchanged gunfire with him following a high-speed chase into another county.


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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hehe, I see the resistance to the DNC has already begun. 1 down...

Anonymous said...

you know, sometimes people burn things for insurance fraud, or steal copper because theyre drug addicts. im not sure everything thats on here really makes sense to portray as 'social war'.

Anonymous said...

Maybe it's not all social war, but then why not connect the dots on acts that we do find inspiring? And then publicize them with the intention of encouraging them?
Rape is a crime and we don't encourage that, but there are things we should be encouraging and highlighting...
and some of these aren't mere acts, but a pattern of social war...

Anonymous said...

I have known drug addicts, and even white supremistists coming out of prison who have turned into radicals, so, as they say... the future is unwritten...

Anonymous said...

We need to emphasize that acts of sabotage converge to form a politically coherent statement. This new site is a great way to do that.
Yet...this act does not belong in our statement. Should we honor the right-wing nut that killed unitarians in Knoxville? No. If this recent murder was by an anarchist then hell yeah lets publish it and admire it, but it wasn't........

Anonymous said...

I am glad that there is one less politician, also I happen to despise churches and all they stand for and find it wonderful when they are burgled or torched. I think someone sneaking into an Air Force Base in the middle of the night and breaking light bulbs into the swimming pool where they train is quite delightful.

While you're right about certain attacks maybe being performed by drug addicts and land owners, I still find that no matter who does them, it shows us what we can get away with while also, maybe, documenting an action that someone was too afraid to write a communique for.

When a child burns down their middle school is it not similar to a prisoner burning down their prison or a worker their job site?

When someone robs a bank are they not rejecting repressive relationships and seeking to live their life on their own terms, even if those attempts seems childish and directionless?

Anonymous said...

If there was a political motivation for the murder in Little Rock it probably was of the far right variety .The shooter very well could have acted because he (falsely ) believed that the D.P. was really committed to bringing the troops home from Iraq or fought for and defended a woman's right to have an abortion .

Anonymous said...

or not.

Anonymous said...

Is a murder (even of a sleazy politician) really something to be glorifying?