Tuesday, April 27, 2010

The Virginia “Good Ol’ Boy” Almost Got This One Through

The owner of a Ford truck bearing the license plate 14CV88 will have to find a new message after the Virginia DMV, last Wednesday, canceled its earlier approval of that series of letters and numbers.

This photo of the truck went viral on Conservative Blog sites and finally came to the attention of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, an advocacy group for American Muslims. On Wednesday morning, the group complained to the Virginia DMV that the plate contained a white supremacist and neo-Nazi statement.

A few hours later, the Virginia DMV agreed that the plate contained a coded message: The number 88 stands for the eighth letter of the alphabet, H, doubled to signify "Heil Hitler," said CAIR's Ibrahim Hooper. "CV" stands for "Confederate veteran." The plate was a special model embossed with a Confederate flag, which Virginia makes available for a $10 fee to card-carrying members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. And 14 is code for imprisoned white supremacist David Lane's 14 word motto: "We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children."

I should also make note that the truck shown in the photo is in a parking spot reserved for the handicapped, but does not have the requisite disability tags. I would also make a wager that this person is also a BIG Supporter of the Tea Party movement because they speak for him!!!

Thursday, April 22, 2010

The “Know Nothing” Teabaggers Give A Warning Once Again

The anti-Obama Teabagger forces are sounding the alarm, which is rooted in the classic “Know Nothing” populism, yet once again. Nativity, isolationist, ignorant stupidity, and paranoid are the rule of the day with these people.

The latest with the Far Right Wing Nuts is with the newly designed $100 bill that is being debuted. The complaint now is that it looks too “European.”

Not for the real reasons that the new look is aimed at thwarting counterfeiters and the new $100 bill has several new security features, including a “3-D Security Ribbon” and an image of a bell on the front of the note that, when tilted, changes in color from copper to green. The reverse side of the bill includes a new vignette of Independence Hall in Philadelphia.

Of course this is not the reasons that the goofy goobers within the Tea Party give credit to. Nooooooo, it looks like the Euro, which means it must be a precursor of socialism. Yes, that Obama is one sneaky crypto-Muslim.

But then, the same was suspected of the Ben Franklin $100 bill when it made its last facelift debut. The nerve of those LIBERALS putting one of our most secular humanist, age of enlightenment, playboy “Founding Fathers” on $100 bill. Yes after he sampled the bright lights, those WOMEN of London and Paris, he was no longer fit to be around good Christian folks. I mean don’t you think that it’s suspicious that Obama would want this Christian Nation to continue to feature someone as insidious as Ben Franklin on its $100 bill?!?!

Now when you also stop and think about it…..Independence Hall is pretty suspicious too!!! It is a classical colonial building, clearly inspired by European building styles of the 18th century one of the more suspicious and licentious periods in European intellectual history and arts which just proves that it has all been a LIBERAL PLOT for over 233 years.

So I ask you, “What is this country coming to?”

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Stupid Things That Followers Will Believe From Their Leaders!!

Today I am posting some quotes from Religious and Political leaders and the sad part in all of this, there are people who listen, live by, quote, follow and believe this crap. For the more sane minded of us, please enjoy and find the entertainment value of the statements below.

Hojatoleslam Kazem Sedighi told worshippers in Tehran last Friday that they had to stick to strict codes of modesty to protect themselves. "Many women who do not dress modestly lead young men astray and spread adultery in society which increases earthquakes," he said.

Rev. Pat Robertson blamed America's sins for the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, Hurricane Katrina, and followed up with earthquake on the Haitians' was because of a "pact with the devil."

Conservative icon Limbaugh said to his worshippers that the surprising strength and timing of the eruption suggests that God was displeased with the passage of health care reform after an Icelandic volcano continued to spew ash into the sky Saturday, halting President Obama’s planned flight to Poland.

Sarah Palin on an ABC News interview July 7, 2009, referred to a department that does not even exist while attempting to explain why as president she wouldn't be subjected to the same ethics investigations that compelled her to resign as governor of Alaska, "I think on a national level your “DEPARTMENT OF LAW” there in the White House would look at some of the things that we've been charged with and automatically throw them out." For that matter as far as Stupid goes, anything that comes out of Sarah Palin’s mouth when she has it open.

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Café des Artistes Closes After 92 Years

Café des Artistes, one of New York's most theatrical, romantic and historic restaurants, has closed. Café des Artistes was at One West 67th Street in Manhattan and was made famous by the murals painted by Howard Chandler Christy. There are six panels of wood nymphs and other Christy works on display include paintings such as The Parrot Girl, The Swing Girl, Ponce De Leon, Fall, Spring, and the Fountain of Youth.

The restaurant opened in 1917 and Howard Chandler Christy, one of the artists who lived in the apartment building above, in the Hotel des Artistes, began painting its now famous murals in 1934. Howard Christy had a way of painting women, much like the “Gibson Girls,” and around World War I, it was quite a bit of fame to be one of the “Christy Girls.”

George and Jenifer Lang, who have owned it since 1975, said they had closed for vacation earlier this month and had planned on reopening in September, but changed their minds.

“George Lang is 85 years old,” said Ms. Lang, who is also the restaurant's general manager. She went onto say, “Business has been down, not terrible, but down, like everybody else's, and we feel it's time,''

Ms. Lang said she did not know what would become of the cafe. The name is owned by the building's owners.

Friday, April 16, 2010

Teabaggers Prepare For President Obama’s Visit To North Carolina

Of course, by PREPARING, I mean taking over their children’s or grandchildren’s crayons to color their signs, miss spelling many of the words on their signs because most can’t demonstrate proficiency of having a 7th grade education, attaching tea bags to their clothing and trying to figure out how they’re going to pounce on the President of the United States.

But, hey!!! They’re “Super Patriotic Folks”…..RIGHT?!?!?! (Oh yea, only so long as you agree with their views which are very dynamic and can mean many different conflicting things at any given point and time.) Now my thoughts here are….That the vast majority of the Teabaggers have NO CLUE what they’re actually protesting….Just so long as they can shout rage, hate, and non-factual bull crap, blaming someone else for their problems.

It’s no wonder President Obama isn’t going to make a public appearance when he visits Charlotte on Friday, especially after the Teabaggers demonstrated what they are really about on the Capital steps being so rude as to spit, and shouting racial slurs at Congressmen, etc. during the health care bill’s final passage in Washington D. C. Who would want to subject themselves to such abuse? Especially when this crowd of abusers are likely to be packin’ heat.

Here’s hoping the Teabaggers eventually get a clue…(Not that there is much chance of this)… and realize how utterly goofy it is to wear tea bags on their head. I mean, come on….REALLY?!?! (Many of us know how the Urban Dictionary defines Teabagging, RIGHT?!?!?)

Now to close this posting with some reality, a recent Bloomberg National Poll confirmed, what was already apparent to the more intelligent demographic balance of the population, that the Tea Party movement has an intense hatred for anything they, or their leaders, deem to be socialist while both appreciating and wanting more government support for programs they like and, of course, not really understanding even what the term socialist means.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

"I've Been Paid!!" Tickle Me Sarah Palin will say when you pull the string

California Is Now Going To Investigate Group Behind Sarah Palin’s Contract To Speak At Cal State Stanislaus

California State Sen. Leland Yee, D-San Francisco, had asked for details of Sarah Palin’s contract with Cal State Stanislaus Foundation but was told none existed. But as fortune would have it, a pair of Cal State Stanislaus students said they recovered from a Dumpster parts of the very contract that Yee had sought in a public records request, along with bags of other shredded documents.

"When we have individuals that are deceiving people and obfuscating, we are in deep trouble, our democracy is in trouble,” said Yee. Since then, Sen. Leland Yee has author a bill, SB330, which would require public university foundations to be subject to the same scrutiny as schools. “It is truly shocking and a gross violation of the public trust that such documents would be thrown away and destroyed during a pending investigation.”

The students, Alicia Lewis and Ashli Briggs, who found the supposed non-existent contract in the Dumpster, submitted the documents to the attorney general’s office Tuesday to buttress an investigation already underway into whether Cal State Stanislaus violated the California Public Records Act.

Lewis, 26, and Briggs, 23, both political science majors, said they have been active in pushing the administration to be more open about such issues as student funding, but became more actively involved once the story about Sarah Palin’s speaking engagement at a June black tie fundraiser became a campus sensation.

They said other students told them they saw employees enter the campus administration building on a furlough Friday, and watched as they emerged from the building with boxes of documents and deposit them into a Dumpster.

"We knew something was not right," said Lewis. "Who knew we’d find Sarah Palin’s contract?"

Missing in the recovered documents “the final six pages of a nine-page contract under the Washington Speakers Bureau letterhead” were details of Sarah Palin’s pay, which State Senator Yee estimated to be in the range of $100,000, given the speaker fees she has previously commanded.

Yee asserted that the documents were shredded "presumably" by university personnel on public property, and that thousands of pages of financial statements and foundation documents also found in the Dumpster showed the two to overlap.

”The linkage is absolutely intertwined,” Yee said. “It’s like having a fundraising operation in my Capitol office.”

Senator Yee denied he was targeting Cal State Stanislaus because its choice of speakers happened to be the darling of the right wing and foil for the left. Senator Yee pointed out that former president Bill Clinton did not charge for his appearance at UC Berkeley; nor did first lady Michelle Obama at her address at UC Merced. How is it that Sarah Palin expected a payment?

"The issue is not about who it is, it’s merely about openness and accountability and transparency," he said. "It just so happened that Sarah Palin was the invitee. If there were any others, we’d be going after them for the same purpose: to get them to give us information."

In the contracts in question, were additions of bendable straws, and a personal Learjet that Sarah Palin required. The contract also stipulated that she be picked up at the airport by SUV or black towncar; that her name be registered at an upscale hotel under an alias; that autographs would not be allowed; that all photographs be taken by a professional photographer; and that personal cameras, cell-phone cameras and any other recording devices are to be turned off wherever she was.

The Washington Speakers Bureau also asked for an advance list of those who intended to attend the reception with her because, “God forbid,” she would be asked any pre-programmed questions that the answers are not written on her hand.

The contract also stipulated that the Cal State Foundation provide a "tall, wooden lectern" with backlighting focused on her notes. Two unopened bottles of still water and bendable straws "are to be placed in or near the wood lectern. A representative of WSB (Washington Speakers Bureau) or the Speaker’s party will open the water at an appropriate time prior to the Speaker’s participation in the program."

State Sen. Leland Yee, D-San Francisco, right, discusses the documents related to a speaking contract for former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin, found in the trash bins at California State University, Stanislaus, during a news conference in Sacramento, Calif., Tuesday, April 13, 2010. CSU, Stanislaus students Alicia Lewis, left and Ashli Briggs, right, say they were tipped off on April 9, about the administration officials attempt to get rid of documents concerning Sarah Palin's speaking appearance with the CSU Stanislaus Foundation in June.

California's attorney general says he will investigate whether a university foundation that hired Sarah Palin to give a speech has violated public disclosure laws.

Attorney General Jerry Brown said Tuesday his office was looking into the finances and actions of the California State University, Stanislaus Foundation. Attorney General Brown says the investigation is not about Sarah Palin but instead stems from allegations that the foundations had tried to shred a document related to the contractual terms of her appearance.

The GOP Starts Training Staffers To Abuse Finances At A Young Age

As Republican Tom Coburn, co-filibusterer with Jim Bunning, speak of finical responsibility and no relief to those un-employed long term….Yet another reality of the Republican “Socialism For The Rich” cutting more than their share of donated money to the Party!! Mike Steel again should be proud those he tries to protect so well.

Melanie Phister was a 25-year-old junior staffer when the Florida Republican Party gave her an American Express card.

Over the next 2½ years, nearly $1.3 million in charges wound up on Melanie Phister's Republican issued American Express Credit Card. $40,000 at a London hotel, and nearly $20,000 in plane tickets for indicted former House Speaker Ray Sansom, his wife and kids, for starters. Statements show thousands spent on jewelry, sporting goods and in one case $15,000 for what's listed as a month long stay at a posh Miami Beach hotel, but which the party says was a forfeited deposit.

The credit card records, obtained by the St. Petersburg Times and Miami Herald, offer the latest behind the scenes look at extravagant and free-wheeling spending by the party touting fiscal restraint. Not only did certain elite legislative leaders have their own party credit cards to spend donors' money with little oversight, but Phister's records show these leaders also liberally used an underling's card without her knowledge, she says.
"I did not have the sole discretion to initiate credit card spending," Phister said in an e-mail statement. "Over that period of time, there were multiple instances when the card was used to make purchases that I had no knowledge of, and I did not regularly review the monthly credit card statements which I understand were sent directly to the Party's accounting office."

Even after a series of embarrassing revelations over profligate credit card spending by the likes of Republican U.S. Senate frontrunner Marco Rubio, Sansom and incoming House Speaker Dean Cannon, and pending state and federal investigations of party finances revelations of the huge charges on Phister's card had veteran GOP fundraisers apoplectic.
"Oh my God. I can't believe it,'' said Al Hoffman, a top fundraiser from Fort Myers, when told of the $1.258 million on Phister's card. "See, that's it. They have an underling do it all. There's no reason a young assistant should be ringing up charges like that."
Phister served as finance director for state House campaigns for 2½ years starting in mid 2006.

She was a Republican Party employee who mainly answered to Sansom, R-Destin, speaker-designate at the time and overseeing House campaign operations. The job involved planning fundraising events and often accompanying Sansom and other legislative leaders on fundraising and other political trips.

Sansom was indicted by a grand jury last year for inserting $6 million into the state budget for an airport building that a friend and GOP contributor, Jay Odom, wanted to use as an airplane hangar. That criminal investigation revealed that Sansom charged more than $170,000 on his party-issued credit card — everything from plane tickets for his family to clothes to electronics.

Turns out Sansom spent heavily on Phister's card as well. Her credit card statements include at least four sets of plane tickets for Sansom, his wife and four kids. He also ordered Phister to accompany him on a trade trip to London in the summer of 2008. Phister brought her mother along at Sansom's encouragement, and Phister's GOP American Express saw plenty of action: nearly $40,000 at a London hotel, and more than $3,600 in sightseeing expenses.

"I can't believe it. Someone should be hanged for that," Mark Guzzetta, a Boca Raton developer who has raised millions of dollars for Republicans, said of the party allowing so much spending on a low-level staffer's card.

Republican legislative leaders during that period were raising many millions of dollars, and they note that it costs money to raise money. So such Phister expenses as $1,200 for Broadway tickets in New York, or $19,000 at the Water Club restaurant during a different New York City trip may have been for evenings that raised many times that much.

Neither Phister nor the party would discuss the credit card statements in detail, citing pending state and criminal federal investigations into its financial activities as well as an exhaustive "forensic audit" of party spending about to get under way.
"The Republican Party of Florida has hired the firm Alston +Bird LLP to conduct an independent forensic investigation of the party's finances. Members of the firm's Special Matters and Investigations staff will review questionable credit card expenses to determine whether or not the party may have been the victim of improper financial dealings,'' said Florida Republican Party spokeswoman Katie Betta.
"If the audit reveals any inappropriate expenses that have not been reimbursed to the party, we will seek to collect compensation from the individuals who incurred the expense."

Judging what's an appropriate expense may be subjective. For instance, Phister's American Express shows $10,000 to a watch company in California in August 2008. Republican donors paid for Sansom to present every legislator, Democrat and Republican alike, with a memento watch.

Phister's card paid for nearly $650,000 in lodging, $60,000 in airfare — mostly commercial airlines — and $66,000 for charter planes. The statements show Republican donors also paid for plane tickets to Germany for Phister and her mother.
Phister declined to discuss those tickets, though the party said the trip was part of the expense of accompanying Sansom to Europe. Now 28, Phister parlayed her insider access to become a well-funded public employee, now earning about $70,000 yearly working for the Florida House of Representatives as a scheduler for special projects.

The Florida Democratic Party requires staffers and leaders to use their own credit cards and seek reimbursement for appropriate expenses. That's now the practice at the Florida Republican Party, and fundraiser Hoffman suggested it's about time.
"My company, with 4,000 employees, nobody had credit cards,'' said Hoffman, a developer. “If you wanted to expense, you had to submit a form with backup. It wasn't one employee taking another out to eat and charging it all off.”

Friday, April 9, 2010

We Are Seeing History Repeat Itself With The Dull & Dim Witted Teabaggers

I thought that I would pass this story on and in doing so, show how the Teabaggers are just repeating history of the same when the 1963 Civil Rights Act was the issue.

A good friend and I went out to eat at the Texas Road House in Seaford, DE. and we struck up a conversation with the server. When she spoke, I noted an accent and asked where she was originally from. She replied Birmingham, Alabama. I then asked her if they had taught Birmingham’s history when she was going to school of the “Bombing in Birmingham.” on the Sunday of September 15, 1963. She just got a puzzled look on her face and asked, “What was the Bomb?” I just stated that the “Bomb” was a real bomb that went off on a Sunday in 1963 at a church killing four little girls. Her face just glazed over and I let the subject drop.

I was not really surprised by this young lady being clueless of her own history. The point that I want to pass is how important it is to have this subject taught to the students so that maybe those like the uneducated, dull, and dim witted Teabaggers can be seen for what they really are. It is too easy to repeat the mistakes of the past when people do not even learn the lessons of their own history.

Birmingham, Alabama, and the Civil Rights
Movement in 1963

The Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham was used as a meeting-place for civil rights leaders such as Martin Luther King, Ralph David Abernathy and Fred Shutterworth. Tensions became high when the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) and the Congress on Racial Equality (CORE) became involved in a campaign to register African American to vote in Birmingham.

On Sunday, 15th September, 1963, a white man was seen getting out of a white and turquoise Chevrolet car and placing a box under the steps of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church. Soon afterwards, at 10.22 a.m., the bomb exploded killing Denise McNair (11), Addie Mae Collins (14), Carole Robertson (14) and Cynthia Wesley (14). The four girls had been attending Sunday school classes at the church. Twenty-three other people were also hurt by the blast.

A witness identified Robert Chambliss, a member of the Ku Klux Klan, as the man who placed the bomb under the steps of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church. He was arrested and charged with murder and possessing a box of 122 sticks of dynamite without a permit. On 8th October, 1963, Chambliss was found not guilty of murder and received a hundred-dollar fine and a six-month jail sentence for having the dynamite.

The case was unsolved until Bill Baxley was elected attorney general of Alabama. He requested the original Federal Bureau of Investigation files on the case and discovered that the organization had accumulated a great deal of evidence against Chambliss that had not been used in the original trial.

In November, 1977 Chambliss was tried once again for the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church bombing. Now aged 73, Chambliss was found guilty and sentenced to life imprisonment. Chambliss died in an Alabama prison on 29th October, 1985.
On 17th May, 2000, the FBI announced that the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church bombing had been carried out by the Ku Klux Klan splinter group, the Cahaba Boys. It was claimed that four men, Robert Chambliss, Herman Cash, Thomas Blanton and Bobby Cherry had been responsible for the crime. Cash was dead but Blanton and Cherry were arrested and Blanton has since been tried and convicted.

By passing on this historical example which many of us have lived through and learned from, I am pointing out the conclusion of the Ku Klux Klan of 1963 Biringham, AL and recent acts of Tea Party Members, are nothing more than the same people doing the exact same thing yet once again.

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Another Teabagger Sympathizer Thinking They Can Circumvent Our Republic With Death Threats

Another Teabagger sympathizer has been arrested by the FBI for threatening U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Gregory Lee Giusti was detained yesterday and will appear in federal court there today.

Gregory Lee Giusti made dozens of calls to Pelosi's homes in California and Washington, D.C., as well as to her husband's business office. They said he recited her home address and said if she wanted to see it again, she would not support the health care overhaul bill that since has been enacted.

The Teabagger Giusti has a long history and has been in trouble previously for making threats. In 2004, he pleaded no contest in San Mateo County, just south of San Francisco, to a felony charge of making criminal threats and was sentenced to a year in jail and three years of supervised probation.

It is becoming quite clear for the FBI to develop the profiling and a common thread of what Teabaggers are really about. Mentally sick and weak minded people who are easily led to violence by the propaganda of Conservative Talk Radio and hate programs perpetuated by Fox Programming.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Sen. Patty Murray Receives Death Threat And Washington State Man Finally Arrested

The FBI has finally arrested someone making death threats to elected officials, and it WAS ABOUT TIME that this country’s law enforcement takes these nut jobs seriously. We as a Nation need to take control and bring these Fanatical Christian Militias, Radical Teabaggers who think it is acceptable to destroy personal property and make threats to others who do not agree with their political beliefs. It is also time to start investigating what charges can be brought on those making speeches with statements like, “Don’t Retreat…Reload!”

Charles Alan Wilson, a Washington State man has been charged with threatening to kill Democratic Sen. Patty Murray over her support for health care reform, leaving voicemail messages at her office saying she had a target on her back and "it only takes one piece of lead."

Federal agents arrested Charles Alan Wilson, 63, without incident in Yakima, Wash., on Tuesday.

Murray's office in Seattle reported the threats amid a rash of ugliness aimed at lawmakers who supported the sweeping federal health care legislation. Some lawmakers have been spit on and several have reported receiving threatening calls.

FBI spokesman Bill Carter said Wilson is believed to be the first person in the country arrested for such threats.

The messages to Murray were left on voicemail from a blocked telephone number, FBI Special Agent Carolyn W. Woodbury wrote in a probable cause statement. Agents said they traced the calls to Wilson's home in Selah, near Yakima.

Wilson has a .38-caliber revolver registered to him and has concealed weapons permit.
To confirm Wilson was the caller, one agent telephoned him and posed as a member of a group working to repeal the health care legislation, the statement said.

According to an excerpt of the conversation, Wilson confirmed he repeatedly called Murray as well as Washington's other Democratic senator, Maria Cantwell. He then stated: "I do pack, and I will not blink when I'm confronted. ... It's not a threat, it's a guarantee."

Murray's office told the FBI it had been receiving harassing messages from the caller for months, but they became more threatening as Congress was voting on the health care legislation.

Charles Alan Wilson was recorded saying on March 22, "There's a target on your back now. It only takes one piece of lead. Kill the fucking senator! ... Now that you've passed your health-care bill, let the violence begin."

In other messages over the next several days, Charles Alan Wilson said, "I hope somebody puts a fucking bullet between your fucking eyes," and "I do believe that every one of you fucking socialist democratic progressive fuckers need to be taken out. I want to fucking kill you."

I am guessing that some of my fellow Republicans are proud of Charles Alan Wilson, but for me, I see nothing but STUPIDITY AND IGNORANCE!!!! Rush, Sarah, Glen, Shawn, and Bill be damned!!

Monday, April 5, 2010

Yet Another Controversy For The Republican Chairman

Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele, who is already under attack for his handling of party finances and lackluster fundraising, is now facing a new threat to his leadership: an independent GOP group spearheaded by some party luminaries that will compete for campaign dollars.

Steele shrugged off calls for his resignation Monday but then, handed his critics perhaps even more ammunition by suggesting that he was being held to a higher standard because he is the first African American to lead the party. Steele defended his tenure Monday in a TV interview and said he would not resign his post. He said that African Americans, such as President Obama and himself, are being held to a higher standard for success.

Yes, Michael Steele decided to play the race card. The Obama White House spokesman Robert Gibbs addressed Steele's remarks saying, "I think Michael Steele's problem is not the race card, it's the credit card."

Adding to the committee's woes, Steele announced Monday that he was replacing RNC chief of staff Ken McKay following a controversy over $2,000 the party spent entertaining donors at a West Hollywood sex-themed nightclub named Voyeur and that he was replacing him with his deputy.

It was also revealed Monday that a prominent donor, Sam Fox, the former ambassador to Belgium and a strong supporter of George W. Bush, had resigned from the committee's fundraising board.

As if to do an end run around Michael Steele and challenge his leadership, GOP power brokers such as former White House counselors Karl Rove and Ed Gillespie were ramping up a new political effort, American Crossroads, dedicated to electing Republican candidates this fall and beyond. The group hopes to raise more than $50 million this year. Former RNC chairman Mike Duncan has also signed on. Steele, who took over the RNC from Duncan, has found himself increasingly under fire and on a short list to be removed.

Friday, April 2, 2010

Guardians of the Free Republics

Well here we go again with another Christian professing group demaning Governers of 30 States who do not agree with their viewpoints, to resign in 3 days!!

At least 30 Governors across the country have received letters from a quasi-religious, anti-government group ordering them to step down from office in three days, in what the group's website said was the first step to disband parts of the U.S. government.

This quasi-religious, anti-government group calls themselves, “The Guardians of the Free Republics” describes its attempt to “Restore the true Republic,” what ever in the hell that is supposed to mean.

Many states whose Governors received the letters, are now having to spend more of our tax dollars to beef up security. The attitude is that it is appropriate to err on the side of caution to protect these Governors. Federal law enforcement officials would not comment on any ongoing investigations.

The Guardians of the Free Republics appears to work in the anti-government and anti-tax movement, much like the Teabaggers. The group's philosophy, rifee with its interpretation of arcane federal law, and mingles with the anti-Federal Reserve mantra espoused by followers of U.S. Rep. Ron Paul of Texas as well as with anti-tax advocates.

The letters arrived as law enforcement officials appear to be closely monitoring anti-government extremists like the Christian militia that was arrested this past week in Michigan and other states. Prosecutors have described the Hutaree militia as a violent anti-government organization planning to kill police officers.

”The Guardians of the Free Republics” group believes that an act of Congress passed in the late 1800s in effect transformed the United States into a corporation, Hall said. Since then, the American people have been serving corporate masters.

All Right Wing Religious Conservative Zealots should be proud today once again.