Leeland Eisenberg, the crazed hostage taker in New Hampshire, is a liberal Democrat. I wonder what he was asking for? Why didn’t CNN report what Eisenberg wanted? Is this going to be another coverup by the elite, liberal media?
UPDATE: Now we hear from the hostages. They are talking. Eisenberg wanted help from Hillary Clinton! He was a fan and a Democrat and he thought she would get him free meds! What a country!
By Mick Gregory
A best-selling book by Michael Savage titiled “Liberalisim Is a Mental Disorder” may not be so far off the mark, after reading online about the Hillary Clinton hostage crisis. It turns out that the man with a fake bomb strapped to him was asking for Hillary’s help. Leeland Eisenberg is a local resident of the run down New Hampshire town called Rochester, and a well known liberal. Mr. Eisenberg has issues with the tiny town’s administration and “unlawful searches” by police. See what I mean in the rest of the story.
Leeland Eisenberg sounds a lot like Hillary, Obama and especially Harry Reed.
It turns out that Eisenberg even wanted to talk things over with Wolf Blitzer at CNN. What was it he wanted to discuss Wolfie?
I thought something was odd about the coverage. There were no details on what the irate man wanted. No statements what so ever. How about just a few words about what he ways saying? It must have been a little too much for the public to handle. The truth will come out in a few days on Web sites.
Wolfie Blitzer on CNN’s Situation Room said “on air” that the man had called the CNN bureau in Washington during the crisis and talked to staffers — not Blitzer. The CNN anchor also said that Eisenberg had called another CNN office as well. He apparently is fond of CNN and has the utmost respect for the leftist network.
Blitzer said the cable news network executives decided not to reveal these conversations earlier in the day, so it would not interfere with any negotiations. (Blitzer was recently in the spotlight for playing softball with Hillary during the Democrat presidential candidates debate). I think they didn’t want to report the embarrassing subject matter this liberal was spouting off.
Police and locals said that Eisenberg, who took the hostages, has had “issues” with local law enforcement. There was a case recently, involving Eisenberg, who reputedly has some mental problems. Yeah. So? Don’t most liberals in small, cold, rust belt towns?
Back on March 16 this year, local media reported on
Rochester police coming up with a public safety idea for fighting auto theft. But some residents — including Eisenberg — were outraged at their plan.
The plan: checking car doors, and if unlocked, leaving behind a warning flyer to the owner.
“It’s an outrage, it’s an absolute outrage,” said Eisenberg in one report. He claimed the intrusion into his Chevy violates the Fourth Amendment, and raised such a fuss that his picture appeared in a local newspaper.
“That’s a crime. They violated my civil rights and the rights of many citizens in this city that are not even aware of it,” said Eisenberg, who was now asking state and federal authorities to investigate the Rochester police.
Eisenberg said he thinks police searched his car illegally, because it was clean when he parked it for the night and dirty with ash from the ashtray the next morning, when he found the flier. How about those Hillary ’08 bumper stickers?
Meanwhile, a scientific study out today backs up Savage as well.
A new research study by the well-respected Gallup organization finds:
Republicans are significantly more likely than Democrats or independents to rate their mental health as excellent; forming their opinions from their environment.
Fifty-eight percent of Republicans report having excellent mental health, compared to 43% of independents and 38% of Democrats. This relationship between party identification and reports of excellent mental health persists even within categories of income, age, gender, church attendance, and education.
The basic data — based on an aggregated sample of more than 4,000 interviews conducted since 2004 — are straightforward.