Paul Revere's Final Ride

 No silly. Not the one where he warned the British that the Americans were coming. The one where he warned Americans that the American Brownshirts were coming:

The interview concluded with Olbermann quipping: "I'll see you at Gitmo."

This is where we are, folks. America is dead. The grand experiment is over, for the moment. It's going to take a Democratic Congress and a Democratic president to rescind this law.

So, hunker down and vote and wait.

Oh, look! There's our neighbor, Paul Revere. He's riding through the neighborhood.

What's that he's shouting?

"The brown shirts are coming! The brown shirts are coming!"

Silly Paul. The brown shirts are already here.

Read more about October 17, 2006, The Reverse of July 4th, 1776 on the other side of the metaphysical jump.

Shame On Us All:

In signing the Military Commissions Act of 2006, Bush remarked that “one of the terrorists believed to have planned the 9/11 attacks said he hoped the attacks would be the beginning of the end of America.” Pausing for dramatic effect, Bush added, “He didn’t get his wish.”

Or, perhaps, the terrorist did.

 

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