... SHIRLEY NAGEL OF GROSSE POINTE FARMS, MICHIGAN!
This award could not have gone to a better nominee. Nagel sent children crying from her home on Halloween after enforcing the following posted sign:
"No handouts for Obama supporters,
liars, tricksters or kids of supporters."
Nagel offered this deep analysis of her decision to WJBK-TV:
Not to be persuaded that withholding treats from crying children, while giving treats to others, was a bad game plan, Nagel solidified her position with:
"Oh well. Everybody has a choice."
This is the kind of bullsh*t that makes me wonder what kind of country I live in. While some fortunate youth of the Ron Clark Academy learned that "you can vote however you like," Witch Haggatha von Nagel taught Michigan youth that sometimes there's a price for participating in our pseudo-Democratic election system.
Then I am reminded of what kind of country I live in as Witch Hazel's neighbor, Gregory Bowens saves the day. He counter-posted signs "Obama for Peace" and "candy for all."
My dear Nagel, your bogus lesson flopped. Not just flopped, but died and turned over twice. You see, as a McCain supporter, you mirrored the extreme-right in your party. You know, the "Imma Christian" xenophobes who get hard-ons while rejecting and mistreating anybody who doesn't look like them.
Your unkindness represents the sinking feeling I get in my stomach when I look into McCain's seedy little eyes.
And Bowen, an Obama supporter, represents the beautifully unifying "come all" that resounded throughout Obama's campaign - and apparently throughout his entire life. I'll go for the Good Samaritan over the Wicked Witch any day. I'm sure McCain is eternally thankful and infinitely proud of the way you expressed your support for him - by turning away innocent children from your home.
You're absolutely right. Everybody has a choice. And you made the best decision that your ignorant a** could make.
PS: You included "liars and tricksters" on the list of those banned from the treats. With all those McCain supporters knocking on the door, how in the world did you find anybody worthy of your precious candy?