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Man Who Lost Finger to Bite by ObamaCare Supporter Tells Story to Cavuto

Yeah Flap is late to this story but I had a busy day at the dental clinic today and will not post while I am on the clock.

Funny, last night when Bill Rice, my former long-time patient, was losing his finger I was a few blocks away watching the Dodger game in High Def.

An opponent of government healthcare programs had part of a finger bit off during a fight at a pro-healthcare-reform rally this week in Thousand Oaks.

William Rice, 65, of Newbury Park was with a small group of counter-protesters at a vigil Wednesday night organized by Moveon.org when a man bit off part of his left pinky finger during a scuffle, authorities said. Doctors were unable to reattach Rice’s finger.

Sheriff’s detectives Thursday were still looking for the man who bit Rice. Investigators also were sifting through conflicting accounts of the incident, but Rice acknowledged that he threw the first punch.

“When he got in my personal space, I popped him in the nose,” Rice said in a phone interview Thursday. “I felt like I had no choice other than to defend myself.”

The incident was reported at 7:26 p.m. Wednesday at Lynn Road and Hillcrest Drive, where more than 100 people gathered for the pro-healthcare-reform vigil.

Bill is a former Ventura County firefighter and his family is very well known and respected in the Newbury Park and Thousand Oaks area.

Flap recalls fondly when there was a fire in my dental practice shopping center, it was Bill Rice who came to my office and made sure there were many fans to prevent smoke damage. He gave service above and beyond – as has his son who is now serving in the Marines.

Here is a more extended interview:

Bill thanks for supporting our freedoms – in so many ways.

As for the miscreant that bit off Bill’s finger, if you live locally dude, you better watch over your shoulder.


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Convicted murderer and former Charles Manson family member, Susan Atkins (C), lies on a moveable bed beside her husband and attorney James Whitehouse (R) as she recites the 23rd Psalm as her statement during her parole hearing at the Central California Women’s Facility in Chowchilla, California September 2, 2009. Atkins was again denied parole, remaining the longest-incarcerated female inmate in the California penal system

Charles Manosn follower and murderer Susan Atkins was again denied parole.
Susan Atkins, the terminally ill Charles Manson follower who admitted stabbing actress Sharon Tate 40 years ago, lost what was likely to be her last bid for freedom Wednesday.

Atkins, who suffers from brain cancer, slept through most of the four-hour hearing during which her husband-lawyer pleaded for her release and families of victims of the Sharon Tate-Labianca killings urged that she be kept behind bars until she dies.

In a dramatic moment — one of the few in which Atkins opened her eyes — Atkins’ husband, James Whitehouse, led her through a recitation of the 23rd Psalm, with Atkins concluding in a strong voice, “My God is an amazing God.”

Debra Tate, sister of the actress who was 8 1/2 months pregnant when she was killed, told the parole commissioners that she would have a 40-year-old nephew if her sister had lived. She said of Atkins, “I will pray for her soul when she draws her last breath, but until then I think she should remain in this controlled situation.”

Another of the speakers was Anthony DiMaria, a nephew of the slain Jay Sebring, who said that the trips to the parole hearing for his family members “send us back to hell year after year.”

“I’m not here for Susan Atkins,” he said. “I’m here for Jay Sebring. The only hatred I feel is for the crime.”

DiMaria reacted angrily to a suggestion by Whitehouse that the commissioners should consider the cost to the state of housing Atkins at a time when she requires constant medical care. Whitehouse said it was costing $17,000 a month for her care.

“We are not here to balance the state budget,” DiMaria said. “We are here because Susan Atkins sent nine people to their death.”

Justice again was served. Susan Atkins SHOULD serve the rest of her life in prison.

Just as a reminder as to what SHE did:

sharontatestabbedtodeat Manson Family Prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi on Susan Atkins Parole

Remember Susan Atkins famously told a sobbing and begging Sharon Tate prior to her murder and mutilation, “Look bitch, I have no mercy for you.”

As Flap said before, Susan Atkins should remain incarcerated for the rest of her natural life. Atkins should have been executed forty years ago.

Look BITCH, the people of California have NO MERCY for you.

Here is video from a local Los Angeles news outlet on the parole hearing:

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Charles Manson Follower Susan Atkins Parole Hearing Today

Manson Family Prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi on Susan Atkins Parole

Susan Atkins Parole Hearing Rescheduled to September 2, 2009

Susan Atkins May 29, 2009 Parole Hearing Postponed

Elderly Charles Manson Photo Released by California Correctional Authorities

Charles Manson Follower Susan Atkins Denied Compassionate Release


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Day By Day by Chris Muir

The entire Obama affair with addressing America’s school children next week has been a misstep.

Or is it White House arrogance?

Hard to say but this ain’t going to help Obama or Congressional Democrats in the polls or in 2010.

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