Policeman tells Ron Paul Campaigner: "Be careful. I wouldn't want you to get shot."
Adam Wood walked from door to door, each slamming in his face. He was in a far away state, yet every person in the Botany Woods suburb of South Carolina seemed to hate him. The police were called, and an officer motioned for Wood, Lawrence junior, to come have a chat.
The police officer told Wood he needed a solicitor's license to canvass for Ron Paul, and Wood politely denied the statement. The police officer thought carefully then gave his reply.
"Well, you be careful," he said. "I wouldn't want you to get shot."
Botany Woods looks like a nice, respectable neighborhood where folks don't discuss politics--reminds us of Singapore except for the lack of fiscal and political integrity. At least in Singapore there is no illusion that the people have a voice in political matters.