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Bill Clinton On The Subject Of Domestic Terrorism

momonkey

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We all heard Clinton admonish Tea Party protesters to shut up about expansion of government, taxes and deficit spending so we don't set off another McVeigh. I guess that's reasonable if we ignore the fact that the main reason McVeigh had such hate for the federal government was the Clinton Administration's heavy handed assault on the Branch Dividian's complex using the same strain of federal thugs who shot fourteen year-old Samuel Weaver in the back as he fled for his life and Vicki Weaver in the head as she carried a baby in her arms.

The only other problem I see with Bubba leading the effort to combat terrorism by chilling the people's free speech is the seldom mentioned and mysterious presidential pardon of sixteen members of the Marxist-Leninist Puerto Rican terrorist organization FALN in 1999. These domestic terrorist's crimes included conspiracies to commit robbery, bomb-making, sedition, and firearms and explosives violations. Oh, and let's not forget the Clinton pardon of Weather Underground members Linda Sue Evans and Susan Rosenberg who had been sent to prison for weapons and explosives charges.

The terrorist acts of these people were certainly deserving of long prison sentences, but let's be real. None of that compares to showing up in a public park with misspelled protest signs and tiny Lipton tea bags stapled to a floppy summer hat while having the audacity to actually question the actions of the state.

The Clintons' Terror Pardons - WSJ.com

Kill a Boy, Get a Medal

Clinton Pardon's List
 
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Clinton's intellect leveled out at the age of 3. He's a jack ass.



It's not just that. His hypocrisy is staggering. To free those particular individuals when other were not indicates a definite sympathy to their cause and an indifference to terrorist methods being employed. I really think radical Clinton identifies with these terrorists.
 

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Mcveigh did what he did mainly because of what Clintons administration did in Waco.
 
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Mcveigh did what he did mainly because of what Clintons administration did in Waco.


The LSM is just parroting the propaganda of the left about Tea Party participants setting off another McVeigh. Only Fox is even mentioning Clinton's terrorist pardons.
 

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Heavens knows I don't agree with, or particularly like, the Clintons. But his point is valid. Words matter.

There was a lot of hyped up partisan talk under Clinton, and a lot of crazy folks went out and armed up. They joined militias and started training. They went a little crazy and were egged on by alarmists more interested in making money than actually investigating facts. And eventually, one loony toon snapped and a lot of good folks died.

Disagreement is fine. Vocal disagreement is fine. But there is a line. If you get too worked up, someone snaps and someone gets hurt. Its why we make laws preventing idiots from shouting "FIRE!" in a Movie Theater or publically advocating assasination, and its why those laws stand up to SCOTUS scruitiny. Words matter. And the wrong words can lead to violence.

That's probably going to happen again this time. That crazy militia in Indiana isn't a unique event. Someone's going to get killed because the partisan rhetoric is at the point where people think the communists have taken over using a Kenyan and force is now justified.

The big question is this: Ruby Ridge or Oklahoma City? If we don't dial back the rhetoric, it'll end in one of those two ways.
 

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Heavens knows I don't agree with, or particularly like, the Clintons. But his point is valid. Words matter.

There was a lot of hyped up partisan talk under Clinton, and a lot of crazy folks went out and armed up. They joined militias and started training. They went a little crazy and were egged on by alarmists more interested in making money than actually investigating facts. And eventually, one loony toon snapped and a lot of good folks died.

Disagreement is fine. Vocal disagreement is fine. But there is a line. If you get too worked up, someone snaps and someone gets hurt. Its why we make laws preventing idiots from shouting "FIRE!" in a Movie Theater or publically advocating assasination, and its why those laws stand up to SCOTUS scruitiny. Words matter. And the wrong words can lead to violence.

That's probably going to happen again this time. That crazy militia in Indiana isn't a unique event. Someone's going to get killed because the partisan rhetoric is at the point where people think the communists have taken over using a Kenyan and force is now justified.

The big question is this: Ruby Ridge or Oklahoma City? If we don't dial back the rhetoric, it'll end in one of those two ways.

I don't remember handing over any of my inalienable rights of free speech to the government in this regard. I'm trying to figure out what legal justification you have to believe that people should be censored? I can't even figure what justification you have for censoring people who do want to harm the government? Isn't that their right to speak out and do so if they want?
 

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Clinton's intellect leveled out at the age of 3. He's a jack ass.

I agree. I use to think that Clinton was kind of smart until he said the most simplest explanation about the revolutionary war and that it was taxation without representation. That was just one of the reasons (which he probably got from an old schoolhouse rock video). The declaration of independence list a whole bunch of reasons for the secession from Great Britain.
 

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I don't remember handing over any of my inalienable rights of free speech to the government in this regard.

You have free speech, but not freedom from consequences of that speech. That's why you can get sued for libel, arrested for creating a public nuisance or menace, or get tossed in Gitmo for advocating the assasination of a President.

Your rights always end where someone else's rights to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness begins. Once your speech causes injury to another person, you always open yourself up to consequences.

I'm trying to figure out what legal justification you have to believe that people should be censored?

First, I'm not advocating external censorship. I'm advocating that people be aware their words have consequences. Different matter entirely.

Second, even if I were there's precedent for controlling what is put out there in the media. Anyone recall Janet Jackson's nipple slip? Or how about Carlin's skit about words you can't say on TV?

I can't even figure what justification you have for censoring people who do want to harm the government?

Advocating assasination of a public official is a crime. Look up the story about the Purdue Graduate student that ended up God knows where (probably Gitmo) for his posts on the internet advocating violence against Bush, Cheney, and their families.

Post 9/11, like it or not, advocating violence or training in preparation for violence against the USA could land you a spot on the "Enemy Combantants" list.

Isn't that their right to speak out and do so if they want?

You always have the right to speak out. You can be very vocal about it. I may not always agree with you, for example, but I do agree you have a right to speak out as you see fit.

Once someone advocates violence or breaking the law, that's a whole other issue.

Peaceful civil disobediance? Sure.

Public rallies? Sure.

Bombing/Attacking local Federal Buildings? Here's your ticket to Gitmo. Enjoy the trip.
 
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Heavens knows I don't agree with, or particularly like, the Clintons. But his point is valid. Words matter.

There was a lot of hyped up partisan talk under Clinton, and a lot of crazy folks went out and armed up. They joined militias and started training. They went a little crazy and were egged on by alarmists more interested in making money than actually investigating facts. And eventually, one loony toon snapped and a lot of good folks died.

Disagreement is fine. Vocal disagreement is fine. But there is a line. If you get too worked up, someone snaps and someone gets hurt. Its why we make laws preventing idiots from shouting "FIRE!" in a Movie Theater or publically advocating assasination, and its why those laws stand up to SCOTUS scruitiny. Words matter. And the wrong words can lead to violence.

That's probably going to happen again this time. That crazy militia in Indiana isn't a unique event. Someone's going to get killed because the partisan rhetoric is at the point where people think the communists have taken over using a Kenyan and force is now justified.

The big question is this: Ruby Ridge or Oklahoma City? If we don't dial back the rhetoric, it'll end in one of those two ways.


In Clinton's case, words matter when you want someone to shut up because you don't like what they have to say. The fraud Clinton is promoting that middle-aged couples peacefully assembling in public parks to protest against the government is inciting extremists is beyond irresponsible and uniquely unamerican. He has personally done more to push loons like McVeigh over the edge than any person in history. His intent to put a chill on the Tea Party movement is obvious.
 

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Heavens knows I don't agree with, or particularly like, the Clintons. But his point is valid. Words matter.

There was a lot of hyped up partisan talk under Clinton, and a lot of crazy folks went out and armed up. They joined militias and started training. They went a little crazy and were egged on by alarmists more interested in making money than actually investigating facts. And eventually, one loony toon snapped and a lot of good folks died.

Disagreement is fine. Vocal disagreement is fine. But there is a line. If you get too worked up, someone snaps and someone gets hurt. Its why we make laws preventing idiots from shouting "FIRE!" in a Movie Theater or publically advocating assasination, and its why those laws stand up to SCOTUS scruitiny. Words matter. And the wrong words can lead to violence.

That's probably going to happen again this time. That crazy militia in Indiana isn't a unique event. Someone's going to get killed because the partisan rhetoric is at the point where people think the communists have taken over using a Kenyan and force is now justified.

The big question is this: Ruby Ridge or Oklahoma City? If we don't dial back the rhetoric, it'll end in one of those two ways.[/QUOTE]

the government murdering american citizens.....?
 

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LOL, Billy Clinton was getting a blow job while Janet Reno was out killing AMERICAN CITIZENS.

so he can take his schooling us on Domestic terrorism and shove it up his ass where his head is.

and who can EVER forget this image from the Clinton administration.
ElianCapture.jpg


Clinton needs to go off into the sunset like all good Presidents are suppose to, but we know he won't he's a egotistical Democrat.
 
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its a psyop to get the public ready for the next false flag terror attack ..so they can say I told you so and you will willingly surrender more liberty for security..this shit is almost all scripted
 

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Anarchists - peaceful protesters
Tea Partiers - violent extremists

Brent Bozell's column last week pointed out that Bill Clinton loved to suggest conservative talkers spurred violent extremists, but he didn't exactly call out left-wing protesters for extreme tactics, as in the "Battle for Seattle" in 2000. To those who caused millions of dollars in economic damage to the city through rioting, Clinton said: "I don't think anybody in America should take what a few violent people did as in any way representative of this community or of the people who are here for peaceful protests."

Maybe Bill could say the same for the Tea Parties instead of demeaning them as setting the stage for future violence, when their events haven't included rioting on their program?

Read more: NewsBusters.org | Exposing Liberal Media Bias
 

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Heavens knows I don't agree with, or particularly like, the Clintons. But his point is valid. Words matter.

There was a lot of hyped up partisan talk under Clinton, and a lot of crazy folks went out and armed up. They joined militias and started training. They went a little crazy and were egged on by alarmists more interested in making money than actually investigating facts. And eventually, one loony toon snapped and a lot of good folks died.

Disagreement is fine. Vocal disagreement is fine. But there is a line. If you get too worked up, someone snaps and someone gets hurt. Its why we make laws preventing idiots from shouting "FIRE!" in a Movie Theater or publically advocating assasination, and its why those laws stand up to SCOTUS scruitiny. Words matter. And the wrong words can lead to violence.

That's probably going to happen again this time. That crazy militia in Indiana isn't a unique event. Someone's going to get killed because the partisan rhetoric is at the point where people think the communists have taken over using a Kenyan and force is now justified.

The big question is this: Ruby Ridge or Oklahoma City? If we don't dial back the rhetoric, it'll end in one of those two ways.

the government murdering american citizens.....?

Oklahoma City was the work of a wackadoodle extremist that bought into some of the hyped up rhetoric. Ruby Ridge got out of control when they shot at the Feds. Why'd they shoot at the Feds?

This Tea Party thing has the potential to end that way if the Tea Party advocates don't find a way to purge the extremist militia types from their midsts. Once a Ruby Ridge or an Oklahoma City happen, the movement will die among moderates and everything you've worked for will be lost.

So get ahead of this. Denounce the violent fringes and work to bring the rhetoric down.
 

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Heavens knows I don't agree with, or particularly like, the Clintons. But his point is valid.
No it isn't.

Its an excuse to infringe on the people's right to protest and try to impose limitations on free speech in favor of the state.

It is in fact totalitarian in nature and he should have been admonished for his thug-like attempt to marry protests against bad government and a carzy man.

Its shocking anyone still tries to defend Budda's disgusting comments, which are in fact totally against EVERYTHING this government and country were formed and stand for.
 

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Heavens knows I don't agree with, or particularly like, the Clintons. But his point is valid. Words matter.

There was a lot of hyped up partisan talk under Clinton, and a lot of crazy folks went out and armed up. They joined militias and started training. They went a little crazy and were egged on by alarmists more interested in making money than actually investigating facts. And eventually, one loony toon snapped and a lot of good folks died.

Disagreement is fine. Vocal disagreement is fine. But there is a line. If you get too worked up, someone snaps and someone gets hurt. Its why we make laws preventing idiots from shouting "FIRE!" in a Movie Theater or publically advocating assasination, and its why those laws stand up to SCOTUS scruitiny. Words matter. And the wrong words can lead to violence.

That's probably going to happen again this time. That crazy militia in Indiana isn't a unique event. Someone's going to get killed because the partisan rhetoric is at the point where people think the communists have taken over using a Kenyan and force is now justified.

The big question is this: Ruby Ridge or Oklahoma City? If we don't dial back the rhetoric, it'll end in one of those two ways.

the government murdering american citizens.....?

Oklahoma City was the work of a wackadoodle extremist that bought into some of the hyped up rhetoric. Ruby Ridge got out of control when they shot at the Feds. Why'd they shoot at the Feds?

This Tea Party thing has the potential to end that way if the Tea Party advocates don't find a way to purge the extremist militia types from their midsts. Once a Ruby Ridge or an Oklahoma City happen, the movement will die among moderates and everything you've worked for will be lost.

So get ahead of this. Denounce the violent fringes and work to bring the rhetoric down.
This is pure, unalderated bullshit.

You are attempting the same ludicrous scare tactics that Budda tried.

The protests by the tea party have all been peaceful and lawful, you are actually repeating lying proganda trying to link them to violent militias.
 

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