Matthew Gertz: Radish Red or Killer Tomato?
-----Original Message-----From: georgemason1776 email@example.comTo: mgertz firstname.lastname@example.orgSent: Tue, Sep 18, 2012 10:52 amSubject: You need a new ruler (literally and figuratively)Mr. Gertz,I note with interest your 2 November 2011 statement to the DOJ wicked witch of cover-ups, Tracy Schmaler, that I'm "about three inches away from being an insurrectionist." I think you need a new ruler. It is not insurrection to resist a nascent collectivist tyranny which is itself in insurrection against the Constitution and the Founder's Republic. I am a fighter for Restoration, not insurrection. Of course it is silly to pretend that we share a country anymore. The inhabitants of your country believe that the people should serve the government, whereas we believe with the Founders that government should serve the people. Like I said, two different countries.In a related note, I would draw your attention to the Clinton Doctrine, formulated in a fit of pique in 1999 when the Serbians would not bend to his will. He redrew the rules of engagement for American military forces to include the intellectual and media supporters of his enemy's war effort, holding them (rightly, in my mind) to be just as responsible as military forces for the conflict. Shortly thereafter, Clinton dispatched precision guided munitions into the houses of politicians and the broadcast studios of Serbian radio and television.It would be most unfortunate and highly disturbing, would it not, if, in the event of a federally-provoked civil war, some people in this country decided to adopt the same doctrine of Fourth Generation Warfare?Finally, on a personal note, I was wondering how someone like you becomes a paid slobbering sycophant for corrupt collectivist power? Were you raised that way, or did you just sell out for the money? In other words, are you a radish red or a true believing killer tomato?Sincerely,Mike VanderboeghPO Box 926Pinson, AL 35126