Tuesday, April 14, 2009
A Right-Wing Extremist
I have been defined. According to a publication released to sheriffs, police chiefs and other law enforcement nation wide on April 7, by Homeland Security; let there be no doubt. Having sworn allegiance to the Constitution of the United States on repeated occasions and the sacred words therein; plus having served in the United States military; plus lining up unequivocally against abortion and illegal immigration; I now know who I am.
I am now a threat to the republic. In my dotage I have been identified as a peril which local law enforcement should be aware of. It could not be more clear according to this vile document released by Janet Nepolitano’s agency. That’s what I get for clinging to our founding documents, believing the teachings of the Bible and seeking the enforcement of existing laws in the United States.
Now, here’s the bad news. If you routinely follow this space, you more than likely have some measure of agreement with the dangerous thoughts expressed here. If you have served our country in the armed forces, have a fixed opinion on critical issues which are in opposition to the current administration, are opposed to changing our form of government to a socialist/fascist cabal, or recognize that a protest needs to mounted in opposition by the attendance at a Tea Party or other function you may join me as the accused. You have demonstrated the identical characteristics of a right-wing extremist radical.
I have no choice—I plead guilty! These are my beliefs and I have no intention of denying them. I urge you to join me in this plea. I am seriously considering turning myself in to local law enforcement here in Lawrence County to save them the trouble of having an already over-burdened department investigate that which would soon become obvious. As part of my civic duty I should give them a break and lessen their work load.
When I go to the Tea Party in Joplin tomorrow noon I will encourage everyone to emulate my actions and turn themselves in. They say that confession is good for the soul. While it will not purge the thoughts; at least we will be giving the authorities a valuable leg up. I will keep you posted on the results. Meanwhile; pray for the nation and its God fearing people.
In His abiding love,
Posted by One of the Moons at 11:50 AM