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The dozens of Operation American Spring patriots that have descended on Washington DC are gathering massive support from around the nation.  People are calling into a show hosted by wingnut broadcaster Mark Connors, to give voice to their very rational concerns about the state of America.

Behold:

Connors spoke with the organization’s leader, retired Col. Harry Riley, about 9:30 a.m. and asked about rumors that the Federal Emergency Management Administration rounding up participants.

“If FEMA does try to round you up, how will you defend yourself?” Connors asked. “With a piece of paper? With a flag?”

Oh boy, back to FEMA concentration camps?
A caller from North Carolina said he feared Obama would declare martial law and begin executing Christian citizens as a prelude to civil war.
An entirely rational fear.  If by rational you mean crazy and paranoid.
“I’m so fed up with the tyranny I sold my jet ski,” the caller said. “I’m so fed up with the way the government is manipulating the water with the chemtrails, I’m afraid I can’t even use my jet ski.”
Give me liberty or give me my jet ski!
It's not realistic to think that everybody can come to Washington DC.
That's not a problem.  Go to your state capitol. Can't get there?  That's not a problem.  Go to your county courthouse. Can't get there?  Not a problem! Drag up a lawn chair, a sign, and set in your own yard.
GET OFF MY LAWN!!

For real.

(h/t to TrueBlueMajority for corrected transcript)

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