Extremists

Family Security Matters

Who are the extremists? That’s the only question I’m left with after   watching last week’s capitulation of establishment Republican “leaders”  to  Democrats who want to spend another trillion dollars we don’t have.  Yeah, those  quotes mean I don’t actually consider McConnell, Cornyn,  Boehner or Cantor to  be leaders. They’re surrender monkeys.

On Congressman Alan Grayson (D-FL) web  site

Vitriol flowed thickly. The president, other Democrats and their media   allies scared Republican surrender monkeys much the way Putin, Assad and  the  Iranian mullahs scared them. President Obama, Harry Reid, and Nancy  Pelosi and  other Democrats called Republicans arsonists, domestic  abusers, hostage-takers,  the  Ku Klux Klan,  even terrorists – because how else should we interpret White  House  advisor Dan Pfeiffer’s remarks about negotiating with Republicans: “What   we’re not for is negotiating with people with a bomb strapped to their  chest,”  he  said.  I mean, heck, the White House doesn’t even call Major Nidal Hasan a   terrorist and he shot 42 Americans, killing thirteen. They don’t call  the  Muslim Brotherhood terrorists even when they kill Christians and  burn down  their churches.

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America is Under Attack

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If I recall correctly – which I do – the federal oath of office binds employees thusly: “I, [name], do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic…” I would like to take a look at that word “domestic” as it applies to what has and is occurring in America

As most of you are aware, the fascist and Marxist left has, over the years, infiltrated and virtually taken over middle and upper management of our government agencies. Land and environmental management agencies, especially, have been infested with radicals and extremists, the way the Democrat-run inner cities are infested with rats, cockroaches, and criminals. They are everywhere, in the daylight, and in the dark nooks and crannies.

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