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It is generally not a good idea to threaten elected officials. Tea bagger armchair revolutionaries are starting to realize this:
A Michigan man and his son are facing federal charges for allegedly threatening the life of congressman Bart Stupak over the Democrat’s recent support of the health care reform bill. In a letter addressed to “Stupak family” and mailed to the politician’s former residence, Russell Hesch, 73, allegedly threatened to paint a local bridge with the blood of Stupak and his family members, according to the below FBI affidavit.