One of the funniest images to make the rounds in the run up to the election was the photo of a Romney sign alongside a sign which read, “not daughter or son.” Obviously, the presidential election has created a bit of tension in some families, but usually those rifts don’t end in violence. In Arizona, however, a dispute over voting led a woman to run over her husband. Holly Solomon, 28, ran over her husband for his lack of voter participation. Neighbors say they saw the woman and her husband arguing, then the woman got into her car and chased her husband through the parking lot. The chase erupted due to the wife’s hatred of Obamacare. Solomon’s husband tried to run, then attempted to hide behind a pole, but Solomon drove around the pole and continued the chase, eventually running him over. Solomon’s husband, Daniel Solomon, told police his wife “just hated Obama” and was angry he was re-elected and blamed the President for problems her family is going through. Classic case of projection. Woman blames Obama for all her problems, then, somehow, ends up almost killing her husband. This should serve as a message to Tea Party types that they’ve lost it, and are in need of a bit of psychological help. Solomon’s husband was taken to the hospital and is currently in critical condition.

Police: Wife Runs Over Her Husband After ‘Obamacare’ Fight

One of the funniest images to make the rounds in the run up to the election was the photo of a Romney sign alongside a sign which read, “not daughter or son.” Obviously, the presidential election has created a bit of tension in some families, but usually those rifts don’t end in violence. In Arizona, however, a dispute over voting led a woman to run over her husband.

Holly Solomon, 28, ran over her husband for his lack of voter participation. Neighbors say they saw the woman and her husband arguing, then the woman got into her car and chased her husband through the parking lot.

The chase erupted due to the wife’s hatred of Obamacare.

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