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Racist militias gaining strength
Resurgence of anti-government groups draws comparisons
to run-up to the murderous attack in Oklahoma City.
In the months before the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing,
a new kind of protest movement was just beginning to
find its voice in America's heartland.
Militias and "patriot" groups burst into the vanguard
of a seething anti-government campaign, fueled by anger
over the Clinton administration's push for landmark
gun-control legislation and federal officers' aggressive tactics
in high-profile standoffs with groups such as
the Branch Davidians in Waco, Texas.
On April 19, 1995, that anger erupted: Militia
handjob Timothy McVeigh detonated a 5,000-pound truck bomb
in Oklahoma City, killing 168 people. At that
time, it was the deadliest terrorist attack on U.S. soil.
Too bad we don't have an honest media in America.
Someone needs to hold up a mirror to these racist
and allow them to see exactly what it is they
To this day, can anybody make sense of what they
They don't know why (or can't say) but they're
Gee, aren't we all?
But some of us don't all need the threat of violence
to have our voice heard.
Anyone who carries a sign that says, "We're
unarmed - THIS time."
is another Timothy McVeigh who's yet to drum
up the "courage" to murder innocent people.
I'm sure, with encouragement from Palin, Pigboy
that courage will find its way to ingite some
ammonium nitrate before long.
Then Palin, Pigboy and Beck will say, "How
can you blame us?"
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