Saturday, April 17, 2010

Bill Clinton: It Was Anti-Government Rhetoric That Inspired McVeigh (Video)

Meanwhile the Arizona Governor just signed a gun bill allowing people and total nutjobs to carry concealed weapons, no permit necessary. Here in Tennessee, lawmakers are hard at work bringing back another law that would allow guns in bars. The last Guns In Bars law was ruled unconstitutional, but our cowboy lawmakers think (sic) they've found a way around that little problem. These are some of the yahoos who need to listen to Clinton. What would the Timothy McVeighs of the world do without this kind of assistance from lawmakers?

Bill Clinton Warns Critics & Tea Partiers: Think Progress: Fifteen years ago, a deranged anti-government extremist named Timothy McVeigh set off a truck bomb below the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, killing 168 people, including 19 children under the age of six. In a speech delivered at the Center for American Progress Action Fund today, President Clinton drew eerily parallels between that incident and the current atmosphere of right-wing, anti-government hatred.