The list of names a Kansas furniture store owner is being called is lengthy, but “timid” won’t be on it.
Having grown weary of the residents in Lawrence, Kan., Bob Fyfe, the owner of Payless Furniture, decided to skip town — but not before he shared his thoughts about locals.
And Fyfe didn’t mince his words, posting a series of messages on a delivery truck parked at his store that included: “Lawrence: Commie and Candy Ass Capitol [sic] of Kansas. Goodbye Obamaville.”
Fyfe, who moved to Lawrence in the 1970s, is not apologetic about his actions, which have caused quite a stir in the town of 38,185 residents, according to Fox4KC.
“There’s things that you can’t say that are really harmless words,” he told Fox4KC. “They’re just words.”
Words that pack a helluva punch.
Among the things he attacked residents for is their support of President Obama, who Fyfe refers to as a “liar, lawbreaker, hardcore Marxist dictator, pro-Muslim, anti-Jew, anti-Christian race divider.”
The signs say Lawrence is the top-ranked city to be “a homeless bum,” that it’s “a magnet for urban rats from Chicago” and “a refuge for welfare lowlifes.” At the same time, the signs say residents are “spoiled urban snobs.”
“They don’t call it Snobville for nothing,” he said. “You get a lot of kids here from Johnson County, you know, rich kids.”
But not all locals are taking the abuse lying down, with a few protesting outside the furniture store.
“I don’t want people to be stopping and putting this kind of thing on Facebook and blowing it up to be a big thing,” said protester Adam Dorssom.
“The sign says, ‘pay no mind to worthless bigots- worthless bigots- just don’t give them attention,’” he added, paraphrasing Fyfe’s message in his own words.
“The sign there, ‘even retards want to be free,'” Dorssom said. “Wow. That’s horrible.”
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