December 08, 2003

You have the Right to Remain Silent...

...anything you say can, and will, be used against you:

In these days of danger, the old divisions of party and ideology have become almost meaningless. There are but two parties now: patriots and traitors. Active opposition to this war is treason, and nothing less. Those who seek to obstruct all just and necessary efforts for the defense of the nation are, thereby, giving aid and comfort to the enemy.

I fully realize that my assertion of this doctrine will set some to screaming about the right of "dissent". Well, as to that, let me say this. The right to "dissent" is the right to remain silent, to disagree, to not participate. That is a natural right which is retained by every single human being under any condition.

A couple of years ago he pledged to join the army if the war ever came. I guess he had "better things to do", that or he just didn't pass the physical.

One of his readers had this reaction:

Adam's right, dissent is treason. We must cut this cancer from our bodies before it's too late!

To start off, we need to hold a nationwide purge of businesses owned by dissenters. It needs a good, catchy name - I was thinking something like "Crystal Night", after the sound of all the glass storefronts breaking.

Then we need to round up all the dissenters and give them a special mark so everybody knows who they are. Something simple but distinctive, that stands out at a distance - how about a yellow star?

Once that's done we can start setting up special camps to put these parasites to work and help us win this terrible war. I'm not sure about a name for this phase - I'm thinking something along the lines of "Ultimate Answer" or maybe "Final Solution".

Anyway, just some thoughts. Let me know what you think, I'm eager to get started with the pogrom, I mean program.

I couldn't have said it better myself.

Posted by thom at December 8, 2003 01:16 PM | TrackBack

Amen, brother!

Posted by: at December 9, 2003 09:42 PM

I get a little irritated when I see these lawn signs that say "Liberate Iraq. Support our Troops.", or words to that effect, as if the two are inextricably linked. It wasn't our troops who made the decision to "liberate" Iraq. While I wholeheartedly support our troops, I equally wholeheartedly decry the foreign policy that put them into this position in the first place.

Posted by: at December 9, 2003 09:51 PM
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