I'm entirely confused about your response. Why are you worried for me? I thought it was a strange thing for Schultz to say and that had anyone on the right uttered such things they would be equally if not more so derided.
I'm not sure what I misinterpreted about what schultz stated, there were no less than 3 threads about this exact thing posted here on FR: MUST HEAR AUDIO: Liberal Talker Ed Schultz: Conservatives "Want Obama To Get Shot"MSNBC Host Ed Schultz Says Opponents of ObamaCare are "Psycho" and "Want Obama to Get Shot" - AudioEd Schultz: Conservative Broadcasters Want Obama Shot - Ed Schultz meltdown
From what I've read, most people on FR seem to think it is a pretty insidious comment.
Perhaps I am completely misunderstanding what you are referring to. If you are referring to my other comments about rather having a forged national ID to stay off the grid, well then all I can say about that is there are several Ps that go into a good offense/defense. That may be a bit nebulous, but all I am saying is that it is best to be on the lookout. If you can't feel the pulse of the country right now and discern that we are on the precipice of something very big and potentially paradigm shifting for our republic, then I think you may be a bit sleepy.
I'm not trying to sound paranoid and maybe I'm failing at that, but I think a lot of people are paranoid about the direction of the country and all of the ramifications that brings.
Bottom line on that is I'm not really all that worried yet, just discussing hypothetical situations.
posted on 08/15/2009 2:55:14 PM PDT
(We need to reward the people that carry the water instead of the people that drink the water!)
Sorry, my fault for being confusing. By “you”, I meant the whole of the USA, and I was referring to the way in which political opinion there seems to be polarising very rapidly. There’s a lot of fingerpointing and demonising going on, not a very good sign.
posted on 08/16/2009 2:08:45 AM PDT
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