Rand supporter Tim Profitt stomps on woman’s head, wants an apology

Tim Profitt, who was campaign coordinator in Kentucky’s Bourbon county, has been denounced by Buddha Paul after he–Profitt, not Paul–stomped on a young woman’s head while someone else held her down. (She frightened them.)

Profitt has done some deep thinking about his actions, and has come to this conclusion:

“I don’t think it’s that big of a deal,” Profitt said.

The police will be determining, in their own way, how big of a deal it was. It seems unlikely Profitt will get his apology, however.

According to the comments section of The Daily Caller, 99.9% of the time it is okay for a man to snatch off a left-wing woman’s wig, tackle her to the pavement, pin her down, and shout at her. However, it is only acceptable for another man to stomp on the left-wing woman’s head 75% of the time. And there is a slim chance that “leftards”–their words, not mine–did their own stomping.

The stomp was odd looking to say the least.

*(No real numbers were harmed in the making of the above paragraph. All numbers belong to me, except in so much that they also belong to you, and everyone else you think deserves to have numbers.)

UPDATED: 27 October 2012

Profitt was not given an apology, but he was given charges for his actions.

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