I'm sure there's no relationship whatsoever between this man's political beliefs and his alleged anger toward women, none at all. Just a coincidence that he's a dedicated conservative activist. The Tea Party says he took a leave in January, although
I'm sure there's no relationship whatsoever between this man's political beliefs and his alleged anger toward women, none at all. Just a coincidence that he's a dedicated conservative activist. The Tea Party says he took a leave in January, although his website still identifies him as the organization's PR rep:
March 17, 2012 (Lemon Grove)—Lemon Grove resident Michael John Kobulnicky, 50, a leader in the San Diego Tea Party and former regional director of the Southern California Conservative Party, is under arrest for allegedly kidnapping and raping a local woman on Fiesta Island.
“He dragged her out of the car and sexually assaulted her pretty brutally,” San Diego Police Lt. Andra Brown told ECM news partner 10 News in late February, shortly after the February 25 assault occurred.
[...] According to his website, Kobulnicky supports Christian values, is a father of five sons, and is co-founder and president of the National Council of Americans, Inc, a nonprofit that helps youths. He also lists prior employment as faculty at California Miramar University, teacher and coach at Val Verde Unified School District, manager of a landscape design company, and more.
His Facebook page indicates he became engaged in early March and planned to be married in April. Kobulnicky, who is divorced, was accused of domestic violence in 2008, San Diego Superior Court records indicate.
As a follow-up to my previous post on the subject (<a href="http://videocafe.crooksandliars.com/scarce/hate-comes-orange-county">"Hate comes to Orange County"</a>), the reactions of the Muslim and Arabic communities to such vile intolerance and hate. Read more...