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I hope someone has called the Department of Homeland Security. It appears that Obama supporters, the entire group of them...every single person that plans on voting for Barack Obama in 2012...are radical wackos that represent a security threat to the country.
How do I know that? This:
A Tennessee man described as an Obama “fanatic” has been convicted of threatening to kill Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his family, possibly in connection with the lawman’s investigation into the president’s eligibility for office.
Adam Eugene Cox, 33, of Knoxville, was arrested Jan. 27 in connection with graphic online threats that came to light last October.
Cox’s threats included: “I plan to kill Arpaio first. He will be filled with a thousand bullet holes before the year is out. I promise you this. He won’t f**k with Obama. He will be buried 10 feet under and his whole family will be murdered along with him.”
Authorities say Cox’s postings indicate – and his own mother confirms – that Cox is a “fanatical supporter” of Obama, and Arpaio’s ongoing investigation into the legitimacy of the president’s purported birth certificate may have been the reason behind the threat to kill the sheriff.
And this isn’t some idle threat, mind you. Mr. Cox has a history of acting on his violent impulses:
According to Knox County Sheriff’s deputies, Cox has a history of assault.
“I will not be intimated against pursuing this investigation into Obama’s eligibility to serve as the president of the United States,” Arpaio said upon Cox’s arrest in January.
Several different Mexican drug cartels have threatened Arpaio’s life, placing a contract nearing $4 million for his execution.
So it seems pretty clear that this fanatic Obama supporter speaks and acts for all Obama supporters, right? That seems like fair logic. Okay, maybe not fair, but certainly consistent with the kind of logic used by the left to condemn the tea party, pro-lifers, veterans, Christians, and everyone else with a conservative ideology.
By the way, can someone remind me how many arrests for threats against the President (or any liberal for that matter) were made in the tea party movement? None that I can remember, so if I’m wrong, please correct me.
But if that’s the case, and yet Big Sister Janet Napolitano found it necessary to warn the country about the potential for “right-wing” violence on par with Oklahoma City, surely this arrest should be trumpeted from every media outlet in the country and a suspicious eye be placed upon everyone sporting an Obama ’12 bumper sticker, right? Right?