Have the ideals of anti-government militia sympathizer Timothy McVeigh entered into mainstream conservatism?
Legislators in dozens of red states have submitted proposals to nullify or block federal laws—a longtime goal of militias.
Several red states have passed laws making gold a currency—a step toward returning to the gold standard—even though currency is a federal responsibility.
When Cliven Bundy engaged in an armed standoff with Bureau of Land Management agents in 2014, after a federal court order demanded he get his cattle off federal land, as he hadn't paid grazing fees for 20 years, several of the current Republican presidential candidates sided with the outlaw - most notably Ted Cruz, Rick Perry, and Mike Huckabee.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott deployed the Texas National Guard to stave off an "Obama takeover." This "takeover" is actually U.S. military training called Jade Helm 15.
How much longer will freedom-loving Americans tolerate the lawless actions of mainstream conservatism?
- Anonymous5 years agoFavorite Answer
Always has been.
- yLv 75 years ago
It is really very strange how Timothy, seems to have reemerged as a talking point for the left. Suddenly he is all over the place as an example of the right being a bunch of terrorist. Bundy , although wrong, was also handled for some strange reason in a much different manner then similar matters have been handled in recent history. Going through he courts and freezing assets and such, why? As far as red states trying to block federal law or executive laws. As libs love to point out, Obama has used his pen much less then other presidents yet has had the most overturned by the courts then any other. Which would imply, he is crossing the line more then any other.
- RobLv 75 years ago
nope but the ideas of weather underground terrorist sal alinskey has entered and perverted the mainstream democratic party
- The GameLv 75 years ago
Bill Ayers is a democrat and obamas bed buddy!