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More Insane Republicans (Sorry for Being Redundant)

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April 29, 2015 by skokielib

This just in. Texas Governor Greg Abbott asked his State Guard to monitor the US Military to insure they aren’t taking over Texas. No. This is not an article from The Onion.

“It’s a sad when people’s greatest fear is their own government,” Pape said. “Think about the ramification of that. If Americans go to sleep at night worrying whether their own government is going to sell them out before morning, it’d be hard to sleep.”

If you’re worried about the government selling you out, taking away your guns, or declaring martial law, you have far bigger problems than not being able to get a good night’s sleep.

Perhaps when your politicians and your base are as paranoid and delusional as the current batch of Republicans is, it is time to stop fueling the fires. They have no basis in reality. None.

http://talkingpointsmemo.com/news/texas-governor-abbott-orders-national-guard-military-takeover

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