Still on this, huh?
Well, she didn't. She said that they would be targeted for recruitment by "rightwing extremists," a coverall term that references groups like the KKK, the Aryan Union, and rightwing militias.
Some may take up the recruitment offer, most will not. Napolitano is only pointing out to the police to be careful around the ones who do, and not attacking all or even a majority of the soldiers. She is pointing out, quite accurately, that there may be a SMALL minority of soldiers who take the militias up on their offer.
Timothy McVeigh did, as did Terry Nichols.
You do know that the report was started by Bush, and was only completed when Obama got to office, right?
It does not state every group that is opposed to Obama's agenda. The ones stated are against Obama's agenda, but not every group that is against Obama was listed.
The ones that were listed were the ones that have been speaking about revolution. Incidentally, last month's report (also began by Bush) did the same thing to extreme Liberal groups.
That report also did not label every Liberal group that had a problem with Bush, just the ones that were a little on the angrier side.
You do realize that picking and choosing to see what fits your belief system, and ignoring anything that does not fit into it, is not living in reality, right?