This guy has all the makings of a Probable Teabagger:
man who gained national attention by allegedly ramming the car in front of him because it had a bumper sticker supporting Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign pleaded guilty yesterday to criminal charges. Nashville
Harry Weisiger, 70, of
Elmington Ave., a former vice president with Hardaway Realty in , entered guilty pleas on one charge each of misdemeanor reckless endangerment and driving under the influence. Other charges against him, including leaving the scene of an accident, were dismissed. Nashville
On the afternoon of March 25, 2010, Belmont-area resident Mark Duren was driving home with his 10-year-old daughter in the car when, according to police reports, Weisiger pulled up in his SUV behind Duren’s Toyota Camry at a stop sign.
"He blew his horn at
to get his attention," the arresting officer reported. "He then began to point at Duren ’s OBAMA/BIDEN bumper sticker. He then began to stick up the middle finger of both of his hands to Duren . When Duren Durenleft the stop sign, Weisiger rushed up to him and began to bump his vehicle into ’s Camry. Weisiger then used his vehicle to push Duren ’s Camry into a driveway located at Duren 2539 Blair Blvd."
This probable (but unconfirmed) Teabagger plead guilty to reckless endangerment and driving under the influence. Under the influence of what, I’d like to know.
This all happened a few days after historic Health Care Reform Passes. And in the afternoon? Right about the time of Rush Limbaugh’s radio program? Coincidence?
Sounds like this probable teabagger may have been under the influence of a right wing radio rabble rouser. Seems more than a coincidence to me.