Wednesday, April 15, 2009

In case you hadn't heard.

Did anyone else notice, yesterday, the statement put out by the Department of Homeland security. The report warned police forces of the imminent rise in 'right wing extremism.' Here is a passage from the report:

Right wing extremism in the United States can be broadly divided into those groups, movements, and adherents that are primarily hate-oriented (based on hatred of particular religious, racial or ethnic groups), and those that are mainly antigovernment, rejecting federal authority in favor of state or local authority, or rejecting government authority entirely. It may include groups and individuals that are dedicated to a single issue, such as opposition to abortion or immigration.

So watch out all of you who hate abortion and pray and work for its end. Watch out if you think illegal immigration should be stopped or aliens should be given ways to free citizenship that don't involve breaking the law. Also, watch out if you are a veteran because with their elite fighting skills you are evidently more likely to join extremist militias. That little tid bit is also mentioned in the report. Basically, if you have any opinion that is opposed to the new Marxist regime you are at risk of joining a right wing militia and breaking the law. Seems reasonable to me. Of course by writing this and several other pro-life blogs I'm probably being watched right now.... tell the people my story!

I better watch out myself. Next thing I know they'll be breaking down my door and hau


John said...

I'm constantly amazed at how bad this administration has conducted itself. Don't get me wrong, the Bush admin had similar problem...over the course of EIGHT years. It's been less than a 100 days. Who the hell proofreads this stuff?!?

Andy - if you don't approve this, I'll know what happened. And I will avenge your death...on the streets, if I must.

Anonymous said...

The Tea Parties helped indicate that not all people are happy with the current regime, whose ratings continue to fall.

Stay the course!

dies irae said...

It mentions hate for religious groups, but when it comes to liberal's hate for Christianity, Catholicism in particular, where is Homeland Security?

Sometimes Liberation theology sounds a little appealing.

dies irae said...

Now that I think about it, why didn't they include the homosexual activists that disrupted Church services, vandalized Churches, and posted hate threats going as far as to say to kill people on forum websites?!

Then again, maybe Homeland Security is right by targeting conservatives as "right wing extremists" because we are getting fed up with the double standards that end up costing us our paychecks and freedoms!

...Sorry O Bearded One, just had to vent after stewing over this.

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