Now part of the Presidential museum in Odessa, Texas, the home suffered severe damage to the front door, windows and attic.
Investigators have determined that the person or persons unknown spread liquid accelerant on the front door and windows before setting them alight. They are quick to point out that there is -- and I quote:
"no reason at this point to believe it was a political act."
Watch for this story to disappear.
In other Moonbat holiday wishes, we discover that some frothing leftist name of Dave Lindorff is happily running his mush.
His Happy Holiday wishes seem to centre around a Global Warming-fueled flood to drown most of the conservative part of the United States.
In the dreams of Mr. Lindorff, very quickly -- apparently in less than the average 14-year lifespan of the common housecat -- Global Warming will inundate Florida, Louisiana, most of Georgia; South and North Carolina, the "most populated area" of Texas; and most of Alabama and Mississippi.
The upshot -- according to this fanatical little bugsnipe -- is, and I quote:
"So the future political map of America is likely to look as different as the much shrunken geographical map, with much of the so-called “red” state region either gone or depopulated."
For the moment, let us ignore the typical bushwa science exhibited here (sea level rising the 20 feet it would take to swamp "almost all of Florida" in a cat's lifetime? Put down the bong, dude).
No, let us ponder those concepts that are a little more concrete.
When Mr. Lindorff muses...
"The important thing is that we, on the higher ground both actually and figuratively, need to remember that, when they begin their historic migration from their doomed regions, we not give them the keys to the city. They certainly should be offered assistance in their time of need, but we need to keep a firm grip on our political systems, making sure that these guilty throngs who allowed the world to go to hell are gerrymandered into political impotence in their new homes.
There will be much work to be done to help the earth and its residents—human and non-human—survive this man-made catastrophe, and we can’t have these future refugee troglodytes, should their personal disasters still fail to make them recognize reality, mucking things up again."(Highlighting is mine)
... he neglects to remember that, well ...
... we've got the guns.
Of course, we've also got the military training, the military experience, the survival training, the big mean dogs, the hunters and everything else those of his ilk fear and have nothing to do with.
And guns. I did mention that us "troglodytes" have a hell of a lot more guns than Lindorff's Eloi, right?
Just between you and me, if 20 million rednecks with shotguns want the "keys to the city", it's less traumatic and messy to just go ahead and hand them thar keys over.
Put that in your holiday bong and smoke it, Lindorff -- you daft git.