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The Washington Post has an update on the apparently-unprovoked attack on Senator Rand Paul by his neighbor, Rene Boucher. Paul’s injuries were initially described as “minor,” but that is not the case. Boucher broke five ribs, and Paul suffered lung contusions and facial injuries as well. Apparently Boucher blind-sided the senator while Paul was mowing his lawn, or had just completed mowing his lawn. Paul’s staff says his ability to return to his Senate duties is unknown. Hopefully his recovery will not be as difficult or as prolonged as Steve Scalise’s.

 

The Post says that “[a] motive is not known, and there is no indication that the attack was political in nature.” But the paper’s own reporting negates that claim:

 

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Jeff Jones, a registered nurse who worked with Boucher at the Bowling Green Medical Center, described Boucher’s politics as “liberal.”

 

“He was active on social media and said some negative things about the Republican agenda,” Jones said.

 

“I think it was unfortunate that they lived so close together,” he added.

 

A Facebook page that appeared to be Boucher’s included links to articles and memes critical of President Trump and a news article about a Montana Republican congressional candidate who attacked a reporter the day before winning his seat. …

 

Jim Bullington, a former member of the city commission, knows both men. He said Sunday that Boucher is divorced and lives alone. Bullington described Boucher as a socialist.

 

“He’s pretty much the opposite of Rand Paul in every way,” Bullington said in an interview.

 

The neighbors had been known to have “heated discussions” about health care, Bullington said, adding that Boucher is an advocate of a national health system.

 

 

Maybe new facts will emerge. Maybe there is some other reason why Boucher assaulted Senator Paul, like a boundary dispute or an argument over a barking dog. But that seems unlikely. At present, it appears that Boucher’s assault of the Republican senator is another instance of political violence prompted by the climate of hate that has been fostered by the Democratic Party. Where will it end?

 

 

Good question.

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http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/11/06/motive-mystery-in-rand-paul-attack-neighbors-lawyer-says-it-had-nothing-to-do-with-politics.html

 

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The attorney for the man accused of violently attacking Sen. Rand Paul in his own yard said Monday that the clash had “absolutely nothing to do” with politics and was a dispute over something “trivial” – deepening the mystery over what led to the attack that left the Republican senator with five broken ribs.

 

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“The unfortunate occurrence of November 3rd has absolutely nothing to do with either's politics or political agendas,” he said. “It was a very regrettable dispute between two neighbors over a matter that most people would regard as trivial. We sincerely hope that Senator Paul is doing well and that these two gentlemen can get back to being neighbors as quickly as possible.” 

 

 

What do DemocRATS do? 

 

LIE.

 

And how can this be a misdemeanor?

 

FIVE broken ribs!

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On ‎11‎/‎6‎/‎2017 at 12:46 AM, BeAChooser said:

too funny. a spokesman for randyboy said he can't go back to work because his injuries won't allow him to fly. how about the pussy drives or takes a fucking bus. oh wait, he is a libertardian elitist.

I forgot

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17 hours ago, Golfboy said:

Isn't it amazing how liberals have turned to violence? 

I guess it's not surprising given the level of hatred liberals have for anyone that they disagree with.

 

one guy who may be a liberal attacked randyboy and our resident bigots assign that value to all liberals.

heil ebbybuddy!

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1 hour ago, harryramar said:

one guy who may be a liberal attacked randyboy and our resident bigots assign that value to all liberals.

heil ebbybuddy!

 

I don't see you condemning the attack. On the contrary, you add to it yourself with criticism of Paul's recovery. Tacit approval. Own it boy.

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You guys are so fuckin' desperate:

 

 

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/06/us/politics/behind-rand-pauls-broken-ribs-a-trivial-dispute-lawyer-says.html

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/attorney-sen-paul-attack-was-over-trivial-dispute/ar-AAuw59J

 

Mr. Paul, 54, has long stood out in the well-to-do gated neighborhood south of Bowling Green, Ky., that he calls home. The senator grows pumpkins on his property, composts and has shown little interest for neighborhood regulations.

But the spectacle of the incident — one former doctor attacking another in broad daylight — was altogether different. Competing explanations of the origins of the drama cited stray yard clippings, newly planted saplings and unraked leaves.

“We don’t have squabbles out here,” said Jackie Douglas, a neighbor of the two men. “If you can afford to live out here, you tend to your own business.”

The two men were anything but strangers. Mr. Paul and Mr. Boucher have lived next to each other for 17 years, and at one point even worked at the same hospital. Mr. Boucher practiced for many years as an anesthesiologist and invented a rice-filled vest used for back pain. He now lives alone, neighbors said.

Matthew J. Baker, a lawyer for Mr. Boucher, called the matter “a very regrettable dispute” between neighbors over a “trivial” matter.

The incident “has absolutely nothing to do with either’s politics or political agendas,” Mr. Baker said in a statement on Monday. “It was a very regrettable dispute between two neighbors over a matter that most people would regard as trivial.”

 

Just a dispute between neighbors....

 

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14 minutes ago, Skans said:

This is the Guy who attacked Rand Paul from behind:  RENE BOUCHER - Socialist and Coward.

 

 

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Loony moonbat libtard is gonna lose his fancy mcmansion, and all the loot he made from his goofy invention.

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all the loot he made from his goofy invention.

Somehow, I don't think people are beating down the doors to buy a hot-rice back-pad!  Maybe Benson would buy one for his festering hemorrhoids to support the guy's legal defense fund.

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28 minutes ago, Skans said:

Somehow, I don't think people are beating down the doors to buy a hot-rice back-pad!  Maybe Benson would buy one for his festering hemorrhoids to support the guy's legal defense fund.

Whether a medical device impresses skans is entirely unrelated to whether it actually works. Dry rice holds heat very nicely and is entirely non toxic, unlike some of the gels used for the purpose.

 

This does not seem to be a political squabble between these two people.

I suppose the homeowner's association bans people from growing pumpkins and requires them to rake their leaves.

Although this is stupid, when one chooses to ensconce himself from the public by living in a gated community, one sort of agrees to obey the stupid regulations of the homeowner's association. Libertarians should set up their own gated communities if they are into growing pumpkins and not raking their leaves

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when one chooses to ensconce himself from the public by living in a gated community, one sort of agrees to obey the stupid regulations of the homeowner's association. Libertarians should set up their own gated communities if they are into growing pumpkins and not raking their leaves

I suppose it states in the restrictive covenants of that neighborhood, that if you grow pumpkins, your socialist next-door neighbor has the right to sneak up behind you, sucker punch you and break your ribs.  Xavier, welcome to the dark side - I support vigilantism in certain (not this one) circumstances too.  See, we do have something in common.

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1 hour ago, SixShooter said:

 

I don't see you condemning the attack. On the contrary, you add to it yourself with criticism of Paul's recovery. Tacit approval. Own it boy.

you don't want to know both sides of the story do you. hey fox said he is a liberal so no need to learn no facts ain't?

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5 minutes ago, 123urout said:

you morons thought this guy was a medical doctor,didnt you?

 

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from the guy who loves jesus but hates 5 billion of his neighbors for not being fake Christians like himself.

smale, satan love you and can't wait to get you down there. enjoy!

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