RedState's Erick Erickson

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Oct 1, 2009, 8:43:50 AM10/1/09
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RedState's Erick Erickson has asked, "At what point do the people ... march
down to their state legislator's house, pull him outside, and beat him to a
bloody pulp?"

I'm sure these media figures (they're all scam-artists afterall) have poured
over all of this with their lawyers, but at what point does one of them
cross the line and actually say or directly advocate something criminal?
This is coming close, but notice the "at what point" is his safe-guard.

When something horrible happens I hope there is someway where these people
can be hald accountable along with the Republican politicians who have been
spurring this on as well. You know they'll try to scatter like roaches when
one of their right wing followers does something tragic.
Read more at:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/09/30/obama-coup-fantasized-abo_n_304231.html

There have always been folk whose allegience to democratic principles stops
the second that the other guy gets elected. What is getting scary is the
number of mainstream opposition politicians and talk show hosts doing their
best to nurture and inflame the fears of the mentally unstable by spreading
blatant lies - and implying that the most bizarre beliefs have legitimacy.
This is not good for any country in a Bush economic meltdown - and even less
so if the unstable folk likely to act on their paranoia are heavily armed.

If anyone dared to even whisper this during the cheney administration, they
would have been waterboarded and probably gone missing. these people are
f'ing out of their minds, and i think we should really start activating
treason laws.

The wrong t-shirt or bumper sticker would get you hauled off to jail during
BushCheney.

I was forcibly and not too gently removed and detained from a Bush rally in
04 for wearing a "Vets against the Iraq war" t-shirt.....

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