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One Lonely Grave Sits In The Middle Of This Indiana Highway.

Have you ever been driving through the country and suddenly come upon a grave in the road? Thankfully me neither, but that’s exactly what you can find driving on County Road 400 in the rural town of Amity, Indiana.

The grave is Nancy Kerlin Barnett’s (1793 – 1831). When the county decided to build the road through what used to be the local cemetery her grandson, Daniel Doty, was not happy. Doty went out and decided to guard his grandmother’s grave with a gun. He refused to move until they rerouted the road. Eventually the county gave in and built the road around the grave. Check out the pictures below.

H/T: Laughing Squid

Wow I hope my grandkids are that loyal when I’m older. I just feel sorry for whoever drives past my lonesome grave, late at night. That would give them a fright they’d remember.

This unique resting place should be shared with others. Click below to show them.

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FLOP! This CNN interview is NOT a good ‘sign’ for Jon Ossoff [video] #GA06

Check out the sign over Democrat Jon Ossoff’s left shoulder as this CNN interview gets underway:

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Erin Burnett to Laura Bush: Do we need to accept anti-Semitism?!/TheBushCenter/status/311616368892080129

George W. Bush and his wife Laura have for the most part managed to stay above the fray since leaving the White House, and tonight’s tweet from the Bush Center was no exception. In case you missed it, CNN’s Erin Burnett managed to throw viewers for a loop by asking the former first lady if the U.S. needs to “accept” the anti-Semitic, anti-American views of Samira Ibrahim, who recently disappeared from the State Department’s “Women of Courage” page.

The answer to your insulting question to Laura Bush @erinburnett is NO! We don’t honor anti-American/Semites #idiotreporter #trashjournalist

— Ziljm (@zilj62) March 13, 2013

Newsbusters has the video of the exchange, in which Burnett asks:

An Egyptian woman, her name’s Samira Ibrahim, and she’s done a lot of things, courageous things. She’s also been criticized for sending tweets that are anti-Semitic, anti-American. Does the U.S. need to accept that when we want to make change? You have to support people that do those things – financially in term of awards, in terms of all these things – because it pays off in the end? Is that a trade-off we have to make?

Wow. Just shocking that this would be a trade worth accepting in some…

— Wacko Bird Amy(@CAAmyO) March 12, 2013

The hell?? — CNN’s Erin Burnett To Laura Bush: Should America “Accept” Anti-Semitism/Anti-Americanism In The ME?

— LilMissErinGoBragh (@LilMissRightie) March 12, 2013

Could you imagine Erin Burnett asking if we should just accept racism?…

— AG (@AG_Conservative) March 12, 2013

What would reaction be if she asked if it’s okay to overlook racism against blacks in the US?… #racismagainstjewsisok

— Zion Square (@ZionSquare_com) March 12, 2013

What? What? What? Erin Burnett to Laura Bush: Should America Accept Anti-Semitism To Affect Change In Middle East?…

— Mcfly (@Sleepyjoe55) March 12, 2013

Even the bumblers at our State Department (after sufficient public outcry) refused to accept Ibrahim’s “courageous” stand against the “Zionist lobby.” Kudos to Mrs. Bush for handling the ridiculous question with class.


State Dept has removed Samira Ibrahim from its ‘Women of Courage’ list

Is State Dept buying Samira Ibrahim’s farcical ‘I was hacked’ excuse?

State Dept reverses decision to name Egyptian anti-Semite as a ‘Woman of Courage’

State Department’s anti-Semitic ‘Woman of Courage’ refuses to apologize to ‘Zionist lobby’; Updated

#Hacked mockery: Ace of Spades takes on the State Department over its anti-Semitic ‘Woman of Courage’

Weekly Standard: John Kerry to honor ‘Woman of Courage’ who praised terrorism against US and Israel

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