The unbelievable ‘love’ note Iraq war vet found on his windshield

The unbelievable ‘love’ note Iraq war vet found on his windshield

An Iraq war veteran who went on a shopping trip last week returned to his vehicle to find a note left on the windshield telling him that “all of you Islamophobe vets deserve to die.”

The anonymous message writer indicated that his outrage was fueled by the Purple Heart and Iraq War Veteran stickers affixed to the vehicle.

ABC affiliate WTEN has the entire text of the hateful message:

I see you have a purple heart sticker and Iraq war veteran sticker. It’s too bad that you were only wounded, the world would be better if you were killed. All of you Islamaphobes vets deserve to die!

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The Warren County sheriff’s office explains that it is illegal to leave a note on a windshield and that they would examine if there was any “potential criminality.”

Lt. Steven Stockdale told the station that “it takes a lot more courage to strap on an 80 pound pack and go to the Middle East and fight for your country than it does to scribble on a note and leave it cowardly behind on somebody’s windshield.”

Once again, what is that lesson on civility liberals have tried to impart?

Cross-posted at the Mental Recession

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Rusty Weiss is editor of the Mental Recession, one of the top conservative blogs of 2012. His writings have appeared at the Daily Caller, American Thinker,, Big Government, the Times Union, and the Troy Record.

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