Saturday, May 19, 2007

Are You A Domestic Terrorist - Villification of the Libertarian

This is amazing:
It sounds like a bad Jeff Foxworthy routine: "You Might Be A Domestic Terrorist If ..."

But this is no joke.

Do you believe gun control is a way to remove our ability to protect ourselves? Do you believe the Bill of Rights protects God-given rights, as opposed to granting rights from the government? Do you believe U.S. sovereignty is threatened by the actions and actors at the United Nations?

Congratulations. You might be a domestic terrorist.
NRA-News links to a Pennsylvania State Site that gives us this:
Who are Terrorists?

International Terrorists
Domestic Terrorists
Interactive Quiz

Domestic Terrorists

Anti-Government Groups

Often associated with unorganized militias, the Anti-Government movement actually embraces a much larger variety of groups and causes. The extreme fringe believes that the U.S. government is either the enemy or has been subverted by the enemy and must be actively defended against.

Anti-Government Issues and Beliefs

Gun Control is a conspiracy to enslave us starting with the removal of our ability to either defend ourselves or forcefully change our government.

The first ten amendments of The Constitution are God given and all others are temporary, invalid or outright fraudulent.

All judicial authority resides with the people. The jury, not the Judge, directs trials and can nullify laws they do not approve of.

U.S. sovereignty is being surrendered to the U.N., World Court, and World Bank, with the U.S. becoming an economic region of this New World Order.

Anti-Government activists often believe they have never accepted U.S. citizenship or can renounce it.

Federal and State governments do not have the legal authority to levy taxes or interfere with travel or private enterprise by requiring licenses or regulating activity or conduct.

Well, Looks like this clearly marks me as a Domestic Terrorist, or a citizen who believes in the rights and responsibilities that are akin to what the fathers of our country believed in. I might not go to the extremes that they state, but I do go near to some of the topics.

Funny that you once had a right to an opinion different from those who are PC, now you're branded a terrorist.

1 comment:

Favorite Apron said...

Pennsylvania is such a beautiful place to camp and hike. It's a shame they come up wtih all these regulations and weird stuff that makes me not want to visit there anymore. Not to mention that a day on the PA turnpike is like a day without sunshine.