I'm Burning, I'm Burning, I'm Burning for Youposted by The Sailor @ 6:48 PM Permalink
The stupid, it buuuurns!
Conservatives Decry Homeland Security Report on "Rightwing" ExtremismWow! Instead of condemning these violent, extreme wacko nutjobs the republicans and conservatives are endorsing them! But I guess it's no surprise since the constant drumbeat of politicians and Faux News 'reporters' calling President Obama a fascist & a terrorist, and saying he wants to have death camps'* and 'take our guns away' and outright calling for militias to take over the government. And that's the mainstream morons. BTW, these were the same folks that demanded every lib & Dem to constantly denounce Islamic terrorists ... as if we didn't already.
Yesterday, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich tweeted that "The person who drafted the outrageous homeland security memo smearing veterans and conservatives should be fired."
Gingrich was referring to this report prepared by the Department of Homeland Security's Extremism and Radicalization Branch, Homeland Environment Threat Analysis Division, and coordinated with the FBI.
As Fox News has reported, DHS also issued a study of the threat of leftwing extremists (read it HERE.) But the report on the rightwing extremists is the one attracting heat in the conservative bloggosphere, from Gingrich, Michelle Malkin, Powerline, and elsewhere.
[Dr. James Dobson] said "there are no Timothy McVeighs out there right now. They're making a big deal out of something that hasn't happened and may not happen."
Let's go to the facts. There are "Timothy McVeighs out there right now": Threats to candidate/President Obama's life
And when the military lowered their recruiting standards for Bush's war (on a country that had nothing to do with al Qaeda or 9/11) so much that felony convicted white, black and brown gang members could join, it's pretty obvious that some of them will come back and rejoin their gangs. Duh.
*Excerpt from Fox News Glenn Beck's program titled:
Debunking Web Myths About FEMA CampsAt this point I'd almost ask someone to teabag me, not that there's anything wrong with that, but at least my eyes would be covered.
BECK: OK. One last question: I want to show you — take a look at this picture. Can you put this picture up, please? This is another one. And we're going to have you back tomorrow and — just answer yes or no. Is this — this is what they claim. This is a concentration camp?
MEIGS: Yes, it is.
BECK: It is. Are there atrocities going on in that camp?
MEIGS: There is every reason to believe there is.
BECK: Is this a government-run concentration camp where atrocities — every reason to believe atrocities are going on?
BECK:There is enough out there. We don't need to make stuff up.
Cross posted at SteveAudio