And You Thought the TEA Party Birthers Were Nuts

"...retired FBI agent Ted Gunderson says the government has prepared 1,000 camps for its own citizens. He also says the government has stored 30,000 guillotines to murder its critics, and has stashed 500,000 caskets in Georgia and Montana for the remains.

Why guillotines? "Because," he wrote in a report obtained by the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks hate groups, "beheading is the most efficient means of harvesting body parts."

In a second warning, the Web site Worldnetdaily.com says that the government is considering Nazi-like concentration camps for dissidents.

Jerome Corsi, the author of "The Obama Nation," an anti-Obama book, says that a proposal in Congress "appears designed to create the type of detention center that those concerned about use of the military in domestic affairs fear could be used as concentration camps for political dissidents, such as occurred in Nazi Germany."

Another Web site, Americanfreepress.net, says the proposal "would create a Guantanamo-style setting after martial law is declared."

There's no evidence of such a plan..."

Read more @ Miami Herald


Roadkill said...

I'm pretty sure that the anti-Obama "Birther" is standing right next to the anti-Bush "Truther."

Sunny said...

Yes, there is a certain ying-n-yang with politics. What comes around goes around. It seems like just a couple years ago the left nuts were painting Bush in the image of Hitler and the right nuts (today's TEA Party) were calling protest an unAmerican activity. Back then, Bush was going to lead the country into ruin...and seemingly has. Now, thanks to the TEA Party wing of the Republican Party, Obama has become the ruinator.

No longer shall we meet in the middle and work for a better America. The two flavors of hate noosed together into a red, white and blue rope. The hope-a-dopes and the dopes-of-no-hope. But then again, conservative by definetion are perssimists and liberals are optimists. Conservatives want to return to time that never was and liberals want to move to a place that never will be.

RK, if you could go back to any time period in our nation's history. What would it be and why?