(END VIDEO CLIP) I don't know how anyone will respond to the facts I am going to present, because they really haven't responded to any of our questions or challenged any of the facts in our last few shows other than "Hey, don't call him a 'czar!
'" But I can't make this piece of the puzzle fit, unless this piece is about building some kind of thug-ocracy.
That's who think the enemy is and, once again, the media has it completely wrong. There are other potentially deadly masters who will seek to exploit your frustration and sense of desperation.
Many will warn you of government tyranny; they'll talk of secret societies, vast conspiracies, shadow governments, and the need for violent action.
Thursday's show, I believe, it's the most controversial of all the shows this week — and maybe ever.
I will give you some facts, some history but also some of the future.
Think about this: Is it unreasonable to think this government would ask you to spy on your neighbors, in light of these recent stories: — e-mail asking for tips on "fishy" behavior — Cookies on your computer that track whenever you've been on a government Web site — this used to be illegal but that was changed — The government is using outside companies to track and contact you. I know that on "cash for clunkers" they didn't trust the dealers. Click here to sound off To me, all of this sounds like a sci-fi movie, but again I have to ask the reasonable question, in these unreasonable times: Who will the civilian national security force protect us from? Remember I said it standing here, if you don't remember anything else I said: Watch, we're gonna have an international crisis, to test the mettle of this guy.
They are such a danger we need a civilian national security force as well-funded and well-trained as the military? It doesn't take a genius to figure this out — let me give you this quote: "It's not just the political class who has mastered the art of deception.
C., it was palatable to me all this hate talk about Kennedy and this sort of crazy fear.... There was a lot of stuff going on that in tone resembles this. BARBARA BOXER, D-CALIF.: All of this is a diversion by the people who want to, frankly, hurt President Obama.
And by the way I saw some of the clips of people storming these townhall meetings.
All week we've been asking tough questions — here's one more, Mr.
President: Why do we need a civilian national security force that is "just as strong, just as powerful" as the military?