Voter Suppression: Arizona Woman Runs Over Husband For Not Voting Against Obama

Holly Solomon, 28, really really does not like President Barack Obama. The six-month pregnant Arizona woman was arrested for allegedly running over her husband with her SUV after learning that he did not take the time to vote for Romney last week. She believed a second term would be a disaster for her family and she appears to be right: she is now facing charges of domestic violence and aggravated assault.

Daniel Solomon apparently tried to escape by ducking behind a light post and then making a run for it. However, his wife — and their SUV — made quick work of that.

She has a great defense: she was just trying to scare him but failed to hit the brake in time. She will likely have to explain later — he remains in critical condition.

This could be an interesting voir dire. Do the attorneys strike Obama and Romney supporters respectively? That would leave a jury of Jill Stein supporters, which would likely find the most disturbing element to be the continued use of a gas-guzzling SUV.

Source: NY Daily News

38 thoughts on “Voter Suppression: Arizona Woman Runs Over Husband For Not Voting Against Obama

  1. I think I know some people on and off the list if they thought they could get away with it…. Would do it….

  2. hormones from pregnancy.

    But you have to laud her dedication.

    Frankly: you make a good point. Although she may have lost her job in the rash of layoffs that have happened and will happen.

  3. Mr. Turley, Love your last paragraph! Someone should frame the mugshot and present it as a gift @ the baby shower. It would look nice on the baby’s bedroom wall.

  4. It always amazes me that some cannot see the forest for the trees. How many people have been ostracized because of the election?

  5. Bron – in which case ACA becomes even more important because it will keep them insured until she finds a new job or he is up and around to work again.

    We can play this game all day.

  6. Bron made reference to the combination of hormones and pregnancy. I don’t know if that’s true, but that combo certainly shouldn’t be ruled out. I remember a friend telling me that during her pregnancy she went ballistic one day and had a huge fight with her husband because the trees on the street behind hers were taller than those on her street. Now, consider the amount of ODS (Obama Derangement Syndrome) that affects a lot of conservatives who don’t have the mitigating circumstance of being pregnant.

  7. I would spend a lot of time on voir dire asking potential jurors if they take their right to vote and their duty to vote seriously. Their duty to vote for guilt or innocence is far more importantant than their right to vote for Obama or the Mittster. I would make light of the fact that she ran him over. Sum itchBay deserved it if you are a right wing Romney nut. Therefore, you have established the defense of insanity. Ya gotta be crazy to vote for Romeny and the the extent of insanity does not matter. She looks crazy too.

    I would strike anyone on the panel with a first name or last name Hussein. I would have a lot of folks show up in the courtroom audience with Get Out The Vote buttons on their shirts.

  8. It appears the wife wasn’t into that compassionate conservatism stuff that held reign prior to President Obama. I hope for a full recovery to the husband.

  9. Wow … if she’d do that to a loved one, god only knows what she’d do to an actual Obama voter … or a vehicle with an Obama sticker.

  10. rcampbell/rafflaw:

    I went to the doctor on the 9th, they told me ODS isnt covered by my policy. So I had to spend $150 on a bottle of good scotch instead. After drinking it over the weekend, I felt much better.

    And since most of the people here seem to be pretty decent people, I didnt have a bad case anyway.

  11. nick:

    the ABC raised its rates after the election since they were being overwhelmed with conservatives trying to self medicate. :)

  12. I voted on the 18th. Early but not often. I voted a straight ticket. Not one of them was gay. Then I learned that some guy on the Democratic Ticket would not put the word Democrat on his yard signs. He did not want anyone to think that he was for Obama–the guy at the head of this ticket. So I wanted to withdraw my vote for this guy and I went to the Board of Elections. They said that I could not change my vote. But I pointed out that the polls were not closed. So I walked out to the line of waiting voters and told the story. About twenty of them said they would not vote for this two faced skunk. He ended up losing the election. Thank dog.

  13. Gives new meaning to Voter Compression Suppression.

    It also answers the question “are Mr. & Mrs. James Carville safe living together as a married couple?”

  14. Blouise,
    I know. Unfortunately, I was outbid on that Lalique decanter of 64-year-old The Macallan.

    However, Christmas is coming and they do have some 55-year-old in Lalique decanters for only $19,000 per bottle. I need two. One for the living room and one for the dining room.

  15. OK, she’s nuts, she’s dangerous, she’s about to reproduce, and half of that part of it (probably) is her husband’s fault. But he didn’t deserve to get run over. Also, bad haircut. ARIZONA? Something’s wrong with the air out there.

  16. Malisha,

    There are a lot of folks that act “so called Normal” that are really psychotic…. You pass them probably every day…. Just because they have some functioning social skills they have not yet been declared legally insane….. It’s just a matter of time before dementia or alzimers sets in then they are locked up for there own protection……I’ve seen it happen quite often…. Especially if you’ve ever done any elder law…..

  17. OS,

    I don’t drink often or much, but if you’re in the gift giving mood, Monopolova is a very reasonable very good potato vodka. At less than $20 a liter, I’m a bargain on your list compared to those high maintenance scotch drinkers. :mrgreen:

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