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  1. #1 DU Thread of The Day: What Birthers Really Want To Say Outloud 
    An Adversary of Linda #'s
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    DU Thread of The Day: What Birthers Really Want To Say Outloud - And people call Birthers crazy.
    scheming daemons The brutal bottom line on the "birthers" that nobody wants to say out loud
    They won't stop until Obama is murdered.

    The "birther" angle is just part of the larger "marxist, anti-american, usurper, tea party, take-our-country-back, 'wolverines!'" angle.

    They cannot, will not, accept Barack Obama as their President.

    They want him dead. They want to drum up enough Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt until some crazy Scott Roeder-like character comes along and does what they don't have the courage to do themselves.

    They are creating the conditions, willfully, for the next Timothy McVeigh to emerge and act.

    That is their intent. They're not even hiding it that well anymore. They're just waiting for the November-1963-Dallas moment to present itself to one of the crazies they've cultivated. And they'll have plausible deniability, since it will be a "lone wolf" acting on his own fear and paranoia with no direct traceability to the Limbaughs, Becks, and Liddys of the world.

    Scott Roeder was created by Operation Rescue and their rhetoric.

    Timothy McVeigh was created by the Arkansas Project and its rhetoric.

    Some future assailant is being created right now by the Orly Taitz's of the world. We can laugh about it all we want... and their claims ARE laughable.

    But their goal is a coup d'etat. By any means necessary. And it only takes one nut job to get past the Secret Service to make it happen. They're planting the seeds by creating THOUSANDS of nut jobs.

    Godspeed, Secret Service.
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    Duplicate thread, posted two days ago:
    "Today, [the American voter] chooses his rulers as he buys bootleg whiskey, never knowing precisely what he is getting, only certain that it is not what it pretends to be." - H.L. Mencken
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