... be a shame if anything happened to it, know what I'm sayin'?
When white supremacists first started congregating publicly in Calgary, it was they who hid their faces behind masks.
But since they started posting pictures of themselves on the Internet with guns and baseball bats -- and after two recent Molotov cocktail attacks in the city were tied to possible white supremacist activity -- it's the counter-protesters who have to hide their faces. One person who knows the danger of standing up against the neo-Nazis is Bonnie Collins.
She, her four children -- aged three to nine -- and her husband, Jason, were all home when their house was fire bombed on Feb. 12.
That moment was painfully relived Friday, when Bonnie -- as part of a counter-demonstration -- confronted the neo-Nazis, who asked her, "How's your house, Bonnie?" while standing behind a cordon of police officers on the front steps of city hall.
"Is it nice and toasty in there? How's Jason and the kids?"
I'm sure Canada's pro-life, pro-family, child-worshipping conservatives are besides themselves with outrage over this.
Or maybe not. It was just a guess.
(Wag of the tail to BigCityLib).