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Thu Dec 6, 2012, 11:36 AM Dec 2012

Maybe I am late to the party - but now it's as obvious as the nose on my face... re-Todays Gopers [View all]

There was a movie on Showtime last nite called Brotherhood of Murder.
It was based on a true story about the Aryan Nation.

*Listening to the dialogue, I swore I was watching C-Span*.

The willingness to do anything to maintain White Supremacy -

Ending affirmative action.

Second amendment remedies to remain in power.

Welfare, crime, and immigration are the reasons for the decline of white power.

Deniers of the Holocaust.

Calling people that are against them - RACISTS. (How many times a day do we hear this?)

The belief that America is Christian Nation and this allows them to use hate and anything necessary to maintain white power because it is God's will. They actually called their movement The Church of Jesus Christ Christian.

That if white people in America lose their majority, there needs to be a civil war. (voter suppression anyone? 0r -Build that dang fence!)

We all laughed at Bachmann when she called members of Congress Socialists/Marxists....

But I am beginning to wonder just how many members of Congress, Bachmann included, are White Supremacists.
Maybe I need to dust off my tin-foil hat, but jeez - members of the tea-party sound just like them.
I will keep the words of Aryan leaders in the back of my mind while I listen to Mitch McConnell, or when I hear Senator Lee saying UN bureaucrats are planning to euthanize disabled American children, sterilize God-fearing Americans, and send them the bill. Glenn Beck - no doubt! Hannity - yep. Ted Nugent - no question.

Having Barack Hussein Obama as the President of the United States, that was just re-elected by a landslide, must drive them absolutely f*cking nuts, and they are already f*cking nuts.

I know that the Southern Poverty Law Center as said that hate groups have been on the rise since President Obama was first elected, but hearing their actual words really opened up my eyes - and they were already opened.

Sorry for the rant - I just had to get this off my chest. It just really disturbed me to see & listen to the similarities between them and members of today's GOP.

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