I hate Occupy Wall Street, but I guess I don’t hate them enough. I don’t hate them enough to find clowns planning vandalism and talk them into using C-4 explosives so they can be busted as terrorists using WMD.

Over the years the Department of Homeland Security has issued warnings against “homegrown terrorism.” They’ve warned of “anarchists” and others, people who believe the Federal Reserve is a bad thing that hurts the United States and who have Ron Paul bumper stickers on their cars.

If you didn’t take those warnings seriously, then you were mistaken. Those warnings informed those who would listen just what kind of people the FBI had been ordered to set up next.

AP reported yesterday, three of five accused “anarchists” pled guilty for “conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction, knowingly attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction and attempting to damage property with explosives.” I had never before realized that C-4 was in the same category as a dirty nuke, or that vandalism counted as terrorism, but so it seems.

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I hate Occupy Wall Street, but I guess I don’t hate them enough. I don’t hate them enough to find clowns planning vandalism and talk them into using C-4 explosives so they can be busted as terrorists using WMD.

Over the years the Department of Homeland Security has issued warnings against “homegrown terrorism.” They’ve warned of “anarchists” and others, people who believe the Federal Reserve is a bad thing that hurts the United States and who have Ron Paul bumper stickers on their cars.

If you didn’t take those warnings seriously, then you were mistaken. Those warnings informed those who would listen just what kind of people the FBI had been ordered to set up next.

AP reported yesterday, three of five accused “anarchists” pled guilty for “conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction, knowingly attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction and attempting to damage property with explosives.” I had never before realized that C-4 was in the same category as a dirty nuke, or that vandalism counted as terrorism, but so it seems.
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