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Terrorist Responds to Harry Reid

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Whose terror?

Who is experiencing terror from these domestic terrorists? I get a little anxiety that they might get themselves shot, but I can't really say I'm feeling terror. Am I doing something wrong? Am I a callous, unfeeling monster?
Maybe it's just Harry who is scared?
Someone should maybe hold his hand...

Dirty Harry said it himself,

Dirty Harry said it himself, HE and his corrupt peers in Washington, DC are indeed in deep trouble ...

You know the system is broken

when a senator publicly calls many of his own constituents that he "represents" terrorists. That takes some Gaul. It reminds me of a quote from the movie V for Vendetta:
"People should not be afraid of their governments, governments should be afraid of their people."
It also reminds me of a great song... "Know your enemy" by Greenday
Why Harry Reid would lead an attack on his own people is beyond me. Perhaps it is hubris, or perhaps he has a screw loose.

Green day? " Know your enemy"

Green day? " Know your enemy" is from Rage against the machine.

Oh that John Parker

"One of Parker's company, many years later, recalled Parker's order at Lexington Green to have been, "Stand your ground. Don't fire unless fired upon, but if they mean to have a war, let it begin here." Paul Revere recalled it as having been "Let the soldiers pass by. Do not molest them without they begin first". During the skirmish Parker witnessed his cousin Jonas Parker killed by a British bayonet. Later that day he rallied his men to attack the regulars returning to Boston in an ambush known as "Parker's Revenge". Wiki

moo! moo I tell you!


Tweeting occasionally as himself @cudnoski on the twitter.