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Monday, February 11, 2013

Randy63ism, a lifetime with the LeQuint Dickey Mining Company awaits you

I'm feeling in a pretty pro-American mood right now, having spent several hours this evening beginning to plan out itinerary for the Route 66 road trip this summer. One place we will be stopping is Oklahoma City, whose most famous sight is the memorial to those murdered by right-wing anti-government terrorist Timothy McVeigh.

So when I read the comment below from "Randy63ism" on Bonni's Nazi blog, it saddened me. It saddened me to think that there are still people out there, scrounging off the US taxpayer (because of course they won't pay taxes themselves, oh no, not to the wicked gubmint), armed to the teeth and beyond and plotting to overthrow the United States Government because the foolish people of the USA elected a President they didn't vote for. People who want to carry on McVeigh's work of trying to effect political change, not by persuading voters, but by slaughtering them.

I’m gonna go out on a limb here and emphatically state that we need to effect a regime change right here in the USA immediately. Congress will not help. It would most likely need to be done through force of arms as the Founding Fathers themselves reckoned. That is the main reason they gave us the 2nd Amendment, and that is precisely why the POS’s regime is trying to circumvent it. Mass shooting events are only a pretext, and quite possibly, orchestrated by this evil, repugnant regime in a criminal attempt to sway public opinion on gun control.

The feasibility of conducting such a venture is fraught with many uncertainties when considering the enormous resources available to the federal government in terms of personnel, arms, equipment, etc. I have pretty much lost confidence in our nation’s military leadership, whom I believe will side with the regime. Who knows how all this will play out, but something must be done to restore rule of law and the primacy of our Constitution.

My hatred of the political left, Obama, and his minions, grows daily.

So the Second Amendment was nothing to do with "well-ordered militias" and all about armed mobs overturning election results. All mass shootings (but not 9/11, of course) are carried out by the government, and the wicked armed forces will probably obey their Commander-In-Chief. So the rule of law must be established by lawlessness, and the primacy of the constitution ensured by overthrowing the government. War is Peace; Freedom is Slavery; Ignorance is Strength.

Time was, traitorous puddles of vomit like this one would indeed be found "out on a limb", or possibly swinging from a lamp-post. Still, we can be positive that as BareNakedIslam is a recognised hate site the FBI and the Secret Service will be watching Mr Randy. And he may be certain that he won't be getting off with three years' probation and a donation to Amnesty International.

But what I want to know is: why does he imagine that Barack Obama - good ol' business-friendly, never-known-to-upset-a-millionaire Obama - has anything to do with the political left? And why does Randy, who lives his life according to the dictates of Mao Zedong ("Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun") claim to hate the left anyway?

UPDATE: it seems the FBI may be pretty busy right now with similarly traitorous types. If, of course, they can find time away from their busy schedule harassing Muslims.


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