Want to get visited by your local smiling Secret Service agents? Well, if you do, just post a picture of President Obama on your Facebook page with the caption "Shoot the [N-word]" and before you know it you'll have your own private session with the men in black
SABATTUS, Maine — David Marsters said Tuesday night that the wording of his Facebook post was a mistake, but he defended it, anyway.And why is Mr. Marsters angry with the Pres? Would you believe it's because of... wait for it... ObamaCare?
“(The Secret Service) didn’t see no pictures of Obama with bullet holes in his head,” Marsters said. “It’s not a threatening statement, in my opinion. People take it out of context as a threat.”
He added, “I didn’t say I was going to shoot the president, or kill — shoot the [N-Word]. Shoot the [N-word] — that’s what I said.”
“I’m pissed off at the system, OK,” he said in an interview at his house Tuesday night. “We’re about to lose our benefits because of this ass[hole].”Gee, I wonder where this TeaBigot could have ever gotten the idea that spousal benefits are threatened by Obamacare? It couldn't be due to FauxNews, right?
Marsters said his wife, Mary, had been in and out of the hospital recently and if they lose spousal benefits, something he fears Obama will suspend, his wife will die.
Republican lawmakers are raising new concerns about ObamaCare after several large employers announced they are dropping health coverage for some employee spouses due to rising costs under the new law."We distort, you decry" - FauxNews
Both the University of Virginia and UPS told their employees recently they are no longer offering spousal coverage to those able to obtain insurance elsewhere; meaning thousands of Americans will no longer be able to choose the benefits they prefer.
But of course Mr. Marsters is no racist. Nope. Just ask him. He would have done the same if Romney had been President.
He said his comments would have been no different had the president been Mitt Romney. “I would say, ‘Shoot the [N-word], because white people are [N-words], too.” He said where he comes from (Massachusetts) black people call white people by the same slur.Hmmm. Since Marsters is from Massachusetts, is he aware of the fact that ObamaCare is really just RomneyCare 2.0? I have to wonder, did he post a picture of Romney on his Facebook page with "Shoot the [N-word] as it's caption? Me thinks NOT!
However, Marsters is a Birther, so we should not be at all surprised that he has no idea what a complete imbecile his Facebook posting has reveled him to be.
Marsters commented on Facebook that “(Obama) is not a legal president.” Marsters was adamant that Obama’s birth certificate was a fraud.Right, because if he named these people who put Obama in power, they would surely send a black helicopter to rendition him to a FEMA camp.
“They’ve shown us how it’s done,” he said. “It’s all done in layers on computers. How come nobody from his school’s come forward to say, ‘Oh, I know him.’ How come people from his family never say, ‘I know him. I went to his wedding; I was his best man?”
Nobody’s saying, ‘I’m a friend of his.’”
Marsters believes Obama was placed in power by people Marsters wouldn’t name.
And how have Marsters neighbors responded to his little diatribe against Obama?
The chairman of the town’s Board of Selectmen has called an emergency meeting for Thursday night to consider removing resident David Marsters from service on all town boards and committees on which he serves.Though it's good to know that the majority of Marsters neighbors abhor his "extreme radical views", we now know where Maine Gov Paul LePage gets his support from.
This is the only item on the agenda.
The meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. at the town office.
According to Town Manager Andrew Gilmore, Chairman Mark Duquette called the board meeting because “he believes, and I agree wholeheartedly, that timing is of the essence to make it very clear that the town government and this community as a whole are in no way aligned with Mr. Marsters, and what we perceive to be his extreme radical views.”