Last summer, a Nevada woman campaigned against Harry Reid from the great beyond, and this week a recently deceased Texas man isn’t letting death get in the way of his battle against Hope & Change:

A Woodlands man has found a way to campaign against President Barack Obama from his grave.

Jim Harrison’s life ended Feb. 27 from cancer, but Harrison’s political views are alive and well. The last line of Harrison’s obituary reads:

In lieu of flowers, at Jim’s request, please make a donation to ANYONE running against Barack Hussein Obama or the American Cancer Society.”

“He was an avid Republican and just took that to the grave with him. Just enjoyed it. Kind of a parting shot,” said John Rundlof, Harrison’s stepson.

Unlike dead Chicago Democrats, however, Mr. Harrison won’t end up actually voting next November… unfortunately.

(h/t JWF)

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4 Responses to “A Deceased Man’s Final Request”

  1. nannykins on March 23rd, 2011 11:41 am

    Even in death the man is a patriot!!!

    Also, wanted to share this article with our Power friends here regarding the population decline in Detroit. Those that fled the city for the burbs are finding it difficult to "assimilate". This article is quite an eye opener – thoughts anyone?
    http://macombdaily.com/articles/2011/02/28/lifest

  2. Marshall_Will on March 23rd, 2011 11:54 am

    "There are extremists everywhere. To be remembered in this way is really sadder for him than it is a comment about the president. It's immensely disrespectful and I'm sure that's exactly how he meant it. He probably held these extreme views during his life. That's the reason he includes the presidents middle name," said liberal talk show host Geoff Berg.

    Well… "Geoff'.., when YOU -die- then it will be an appropriate time for you to make YOUR final statement. Until such time.., STFU.

  3. TheLiberalMedia on March 24th, 2011 2:09 pm

    All that means is the poor man died with all the hate and vitrioul of the right pumping through his veins.

    If your last dying thought is hateful, then i pity you.

  4. Doug on March 24th, 2011 2:25 pm

    You see hate, I see love… of his country. Poe-tay-toe, poe-tah-toe.

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