Discussion in 'Tea Party' started by Bass v 2.0, Apr 16, 2010.
Tea Party Plans To Form Armed Militia | News One
Okla. tea parties and lawmakers envision militia - Yahoo! News
Yep. It's a legit story. Figures that those idiots in OK after getting told no state militia would turn to the tea baggers.
If this happens and goes from exploratory discussion to actual thing, it's gonna be ugly.
Thats true, but its truly amazing how the Tea Bag sympathizers in this forum would like for most of America to believe that this is the right way how to handle things, all it takes is for another crowd to gather in support of the health care bill and things will get ugly. I can't think of anyone on the left doing something as stupid as this and taking things this far.
Ever see the movie "Southland Tales"?
If states have militias, that movie could be a reality.
If anyone takes up arms to oppose the government they need to be dealt with, I said before and I'll say it again, these compost Tea Bags are extremists, they are not oppressed people seeking equality or liberation thus no justification exists for them to take up weapons "to defend their rights," they're just trying to intimidate and their actions are just like the secessionists prior to the Civil War who wanted to "defend" the southern way of life.
Armed militia LOL
Are there unarmed militias?
Dems fled the Union rather than give up their slaves, remember?
Well, let's see.
A state doesn't like a legislation created by the duly elected representative government of the United States...
So they form an army to stop said legislation from being instituted?
Hmm, what does this remind me of? something from the mid-19th Century...
Why, I do declare, them there people are planning treason.
Yes, Frank, and we all know that the mostly southern-based Democratic party of the mid 1800's is EXACTLY the same as the progressive Democrats of 2010.
The "Dems" of the Civil War era were very much like the Republicans of today, the only thing the Dems of the Civil War era and today share is just the name, do your history homework.
Uncle Joe would be proud.
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