But Stephen Glasser, an optometrist in downtown Washington, tells ITK that while they might seem harmless, glitter bombs can cause real damage: “If it gets into the eyes, the best scenario is it can irritate, it can scratch. Worst scenario is it can actually create a cut. As the person blinks, it moves the glitter across the eye and can actually scratch the cornea.” Although not likely, it can even cause a potential loss of sight.The homosexual activists are doing more than being annoying; they are risking very serious injury to their targets. They deserve full prosecution for these crimes--and they are one more reminder of what happens when you encourage people with serious emotional problems to consider themselves victims of an oppressive society.
Friday, February 10, 2012
Homosexual activists have taken to throwing glitter at people that they don't think are sufficiently pro-gay rights, such as the attack on Romney by someone who
works worked for the Colorado Democrats. (Attacking Romney for not being pro-gay enough is a bit of a laugh in itself.) This article from the February 8, 2012 The Hill quotes an optometrist to the effect that glitter in your eyes creates very serious risks: