I Am Sure It Sucks to Be the Secret Service Right About Now

And, really. When you’ve got Gramma (wearing her newest, prettiest fluffy kitty t-shirt) screaming in your face, it means what the guy at the top is trying to do is not popular.

That bolsters the normal things folks despise presidents for, not to mention the garden variety whackjobs who spend their lives despising pretty much everyone. And then there’s the Hinckleys and the Frommes, who noone could see coming. The Secret Service has a lot on their hands, no doubt.

But you know what worries me ~ considering the current Precedent’s own rhetoric and that of his toadies ~ about this headline?

Obama’s Safety: Fear Grows for President as Hate Groups Thrive on Racial Backlash

These stories are appearing more and more, as if some sort of groundwork is being laid. What worries me is the definition of “hate group”. Per the viciousness our Precedent and his party in Congress are displaying toward the normally malleable, average American citizen, who now has the temerity to forcefully question Obama’s wisdom/intent/veracity, I find myself wondering if the definition has morphed to include… us?

And if, in typical Obama/Axelrod/Emanuel/liberalprotestispatriotic fashion, we won’t find out until it’s too late.

I really can see a bewildered fellow, being zipstripped by security, asking,

“What do you mean, ‘HATE‘?!?! All I did was ask a question!”

Being answered with,

“You refused to use your inside voice, sir.”

…right before they haul him off for a seat at the Hate Crimes Czar Bar.

There’s a difference between harangue and hate, pissed and potentially lethal, being mad and being malevolent. The former rights should never be confused or conjoined with the latter evils to suit an agenda, but this administration seems to willfully blur the distinction, encouraging all manner of vitriol in return. They’re classless (and not in the “we’re all brothers” way). And scary.

8 Responses to “I Am Sure It Sucks to Be the Secret Service Right About Now”

  1. Gary from Jersey says:

    Pelosi says they’re Nazis. Specter says they’re un-American. Big O’s pals fear for his safety.
    Cue the Reichstag fire.

  2. Mr. Bingley says:

    I could see her goose-stepping in a black leather mini.

  3. JeffS says:

    …I find myself wondering if the definition has morphed to include… us?

    There was that DHS “assessment” that veterans are “potential terrorists“, even if Her Highness, Secretary Napolitano apologized for it.

    Somehow, though, I don’t think that the report was deleted. Merely taken off the public shelf, as this article indicates.

    So, yeah, we’ll be identified as such, and soon. If we haven’t been already. For one reason or another.

    As Rahm Emanuel put it, “Never waste a good crisis.”

  4. JeffS says:

    Jeez, Mr. B, have a heart! That mental imagery requires a good brain bleaching afterwards.

  5. Gary from Jersey says:

    Oh, Gog, oh, God. Please don’t tell me she’s wearing fishnets. I have trouble sleeping as it is.

  6. Mr. Bingley says:

    C’mon, Gary. You’ve seen some vixens like her on those buses down to Atlantic City…

  7. ricki says:

    The Nanny State is telling people they failed to use their “inside voices.”

    What’s next, mandatory naptime?

    It’s funny how dissent is only “patriotic” when it’s dissent with the people those currently in power disagree with…

  8. nightfly says:

    The next step is sudden incerased blog activity from the people in question… who of course have never been within three miles of a blog in their lives, but now surprisingly have their names and IPs associated with “hate sites” thanks to some judicious astroturfing by Axelrod and his Merrie Socke Puppets.

    (Pity, too. Merrie Socke Puppets is such an awesome band name.)

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