Posted on | November 11, 2013 | 89 Comments
Regular readers of this blog need no introduction to Neal Rauhauser, the disgraced former Democrat campaign consultant and associate of bomber/progressive activist Brett Kimberlin. Most recently, Bullyville has vowed to put Neal Rauhauser in prison.
Last month, Rauhauser did something so astonishingly vicious even I was shocked, despite my familiarity with Neal’s evil dishonesty. But I put it aside until today — Veteran’s Day — when I saw Rauhauser using one of his (innumerable) Twitter sockpuppet accounts to talk about his admiration for the military, the lying wretch.
Everybody knows how proud I am of my children, and you know that it’s been more than two weeks since we’ve heard from our Army son, who is enduring an ordeal known as “Three Weeks in Hell.”
My wife has been praying constantly, and I’ve been trying to put it out of my mind, because there’s no point worrying about it. But exactly one month ago, on Oct. 11, this is what Neal Rauhauser did on Twitter:
Among other things, this was a deliberate lie. In June, my son made a sarcastic remark about the Supreme Court decision invalidating DOMA, and my response was to remind him to avoid such humor: “You are not allowed to joke about this, soldier!”
Well, we know Neal Rauhauser lies constantly, but what was his motive for this lie? Was he hoping to make my son a target of (mistaken) homophobic violence? Or was he hoping to generate some kind of reaction from me? Never mind that, however.
WHY WAS THIS FREAK NEAL RAUHAUSER
STALKING MY SON’S FACEBOOK PAGE?
— Robert Stacy McCain (@rsmccain) October 12, 2013
Neal Rauhauser deleted those Tweets, like the gutless worm he is, and he is currently lying as @Kookpocalypse. But whatever he does, and wherever he goes, that filthy scoundrel will never escape the stain of dishonor attached to the contemptible name Neal Rauhauser.
P.S.: That tattoo on my son’s torso? A cross, and a few words from the Bible: “Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil . . .”