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    Posted January 28, 2013 by
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    The Paranoid Liberal

     
    Liberals are not strong individuals. They seem to be afraid of individual responsibility and afraid of strong, independent individuals. Liberals draw their strength from numbers. They band together to weaken the strengths of others to make themselves feel safer, stronger and less threatened.

    The over-riding theme in the liberal mantra is one of paranoia. Liberals, especially the uber-left leaning liberals are extremely paranoid. They are extremely frightened of our Constitutional rights and individual liberty. They recklessly attack individual liberty, our constitution, our laws and the individuals that support these principles.

    In my lifetime, I have never seen the likes of this level of immaturity and paranoia.

    This administration has through the DHS and other agencies publicly stated that ‘people that support the Constitution are potential terrorists’ and ‘veterans returning home are potential terrorists’. There can be only one reason for this type of insanity. They are extremely paranoid.

    This administration is attacking the second amendment right, not to promote public safety, but because they are afraid of the power of the people. They are paranoid.

    Paranoia is dangerous and is an indication of a troubled mind. Frightened, paranoid people can be dangerous and should not be governing our nation.

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