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reply to post by rjmelter
I think the Govt has the right to be afraid, the people above them and even themselves at times screwed millions of Americans over and some of the Americans are warriors at heart with a weapon in hand. I just hope none of you take up arms for an ignorant cause. Civility is the way. Besides our country has bigger things to worry about these next few years with our Sun.
There's no doubt that left wing group in power is just trying to stir up hate and unrest so they can further their socialist agenda. Their core group responds well to it and they want someone or especially a group on the left to use a gun to retaliate so they can say "see we warned you". All the time stirring the pot gettin people riled up.
Their core group responds well to it and they want someone or especially a group on the left to use a gun to retaliate so they can say "see we warned you". All the time stirring the pot gettin people riled up.
Imagine the Bush administration pulling something like this?
We were a united country under Bush after the bad guys.
Everyone had a flag.
We were all in it together.
What is happening to this country!
people start blowing up like in OKC 1995,
Grow up people - you lost an election.
What I find most disturbing about this memo isn't its conclusions, but the "law enforcement sensitive" classification it was given.
This sort of thing smacks of fascism and a sort of "Us against Them" mentality.
We are citizens.
Those of us who are law-abiding - the vast, overwhelming majority of us - should not be treated as criminals.
We should not have our law enforcement agencies creating secret memos about us, but rather those memos should be made public.
It appears that many in law enforcement agree with this idea, since these memos are routinely published on the Internet as soon as they're released.
Well there are those of us that believe that OK was an inside job.
Wonder how a man gets so many explosives into a Federal building????
"Nobody on 'our side' could have done something like that!"
But the evidence is pretty unambiguous, and claims of conspiracy are not helped by McVeigh's proud admissions of responsibility.
Err, you fill a rental truck with drums full of ANFO and park it out front?
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to park a truck and light a fuse.
Just someone so entrenched in ideology that they've learned to utterly disregard the value of human life.