A “man” in Hermiston, OR’s driving around in his “truck” toting a sign with the spray-painted words, “Lee Harvey Oswald where are you when we need u” claiming he doesn’t want someone to assassinate the president.
According to local television news the man who drives the truck would only identify himself as “Chuck,” and didn’t want to go on camera or have his voice recorded.
While the sign would seem to imply a call for assassination, “Chuck” denies this, saying he doesn’t want President Obama to be shot, he just wants him “removed” and believes the President “caused” the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary, and that his sign’s only a means of protecting our First and Second Amendment rights.
So, his talk of “protecting our First and Second Amendment rights” means “Chuck’s” no doubt a member of the Tea Party and he wants the President to be “removed” but not assassinated, but can’t be bothered to paint a sign reading, “Archibald Cox where are you when we need U”?
“Chuck” needs to be questioned and questioned thoroughly by the United States Secret Service, and a whole team of doctors. And here’s a pointer for you “Chuck”, just because the First Amendment gives you the right to paint a sign doesn’t mean you should paint it.