Tuesday, February 16, 2010

UAH Killer Professor Is Lefty Kook

Via BostonHerald.com:
“She was an oddball - just not very sociable,” said Sylvia Fluckiger, a former lab technician who worked with Bishop in 1993.

Bishop acknowledged at the time being questioned in the bombing attempt of a Harvard medical doctor evaluating her on doctorate work, a professor with whom Bishop was known to quarrel, Fluckiger said.

Reyes confirmed he is working with the FBI to learn more about why Bishop was a suspect in the attempted bombing of Dr. Paul Rosenberg, who received a double-pipe bomb in the mail on Dec. 19, 1993. He ran from his Newton home with his wife, escaping without injury. The bomb never exploded.

You can read the entire article here, and also about what some of the witnesses are saying here.

Ted Kaczynski, Bill Ayers, Amy Bishop...

You know, I think Janet "Reno II" Napolitano might want to consider shifting her focus away from armed conservatives and start keeping tabs on communist college professors, as they seem to be a far larger threat to innocent people.

Just a thought.

5 comments:

DCG said...

Shoot (pun intended), she can just apoligize, claim to be a "victim" of the tenure system, and all will be forgiven. That's how the libs roll...

Dave said...

DCG,

Yeah, I bet the lefties will be falling out of the rafters to defend her.

In fact, it wouldn't surprise me if Holder himself stepped in.

After all, he is even more creepy than she is.

And that's pretty damn creepy.

-Dave

Fellowship said...

This is off topic, Dave. Just noticed on your "About" page that Tolkien's Lord of the Rings trilogy are among your favorites! That just makes my day ;)

Dave said...

Thanks, Eowyn. :-)

Yeah, I need to update and expand all that stuff, as I left a lot out.


-Dave

Anonymous said...

Sorry to hear about you losing your car. Could be worst, you could have needed it for a job.

When liberty is taken away by force it can be restored by force. When it is relinquished voluntarily by default it can never be recovered. -Dorothy Thompson