From: Tom Tarrant <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, Sep 30, 2013
Subject: Defending the Heritage
Defending the Heritage
Posted: 29 Sep 2013
What if the Current president had been elected by less than 40% of the popular vote and not even on the ballot in over 30% of the states.
What if he shut down all news media opposed to his agenda and jailed the editors and producers…
What if he signed an arrest warrant for the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court?
What if he arrested the majority of one states legislature because there was a chance those legislators may oppose him?
What if he deported his most vocal critic in Congress?
What if he declared Marshal law and suspended Habeas Corpus, so that anyone could be arrested without being charged and held indefinitely?
What if he violated the 2nd Amendment by disarming the states of his choosing?
What if, after only one month in office and without congressional approval, he unleashed the full might of the military on any state that refused to pay federal taxes.
What if he initiated these actions against the almost unanimous advice of his military and cabinet advisors?
What if the military, while carrying out his orders, killed thousands of civilians, burned down homes, destroyed property and torched countless cities; while robbing and raping citizens?
What if he created new states formed out of existing states simply for political expediency?
And what if he was so wildly unpopular that just months before the election he was almost certain that he would not be re-elected to a second term?
What if he stationed armed guards at polling places to intimidate voters and help insure his re-election?
What if, after the president’s death, the government told us that this was all done for the good of the country and to ensure that all races would be free and equal?
What if, BECAUSE OF ALL HIS GROSS VIOLATIONS OF THE CONSTITUTION, WHICH HE WAS SWORN TO UPHOLD, WE BUILT HIM A HUGE MONUMENT IN WASHINGTON DC AND CALLED HIM OUR GREATEST PRESIDENT EVER…?
Yeah, makes perfect sense to me