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  •  The Hutaree were acquitted and amounted to (0+ / 0-)

    nothing more than people hating the government.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/...

    "The court is aware that protected speech and mere words can be sufficient to show a conspiracy. In this case, however, they do not rise to that level," the judge said on the second anniversary of raids and arrests that broke up the group.

    Roberts granted requests for acquittal on the most serious charges: conspiring to commit sedition, or rebellion, against the U.S. and conspiring to use weapons of mass destruction. Other weapons crimes tied to the alleged conspiracies also were dismissed.

    Why are you perpetuating fear here???

    Not every American loves their government.  I know there are moments that I absolutely hate it, does that make me part of some militia planning on taking on it on???

    NO!  And seriously, what would an insurrection look like today?  A bunch of guys raiding the local armory?  And then what?  Take over the court house? Or the Mayor's Office?  And you don't think the 20+ yrs of the militarization of our Police Forces would be utilized?

    I know they would and it would end in a couple minutes.  Maybe if they wanted more funding they'd make it last a few hours, but a couple minutes would all it would take to get the bad guys.

    I don't buy into the fear porn that there are "evil" Americans plotting to overthrow the gubmint!  They really aren't that stupid.  It would take a full scale door-to-door sweep of this nation to collect all the firearms before you'd see anyone shooting their family or friends or starting a real civil war here.

    -7.62; -5.95 The scientists of today think deeply instead of clearly. One must be sane to think clearly, but one can think deeply and be quite insane.~Tesla

    by gerrilea on Tue Apr 02, 2013 at 02:43:59 PM PDT

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