Friday, April 25, 2014
By Paul Martin

By Lee Duigon
April 24, 2014

White House Wacko Says So

Are your kids potential terrorists? If you see any sign of it, be prepared to rat them out. Just make the call. Homeland Security will do the rest.

No, it’s not a joke. This is the president’s Homeland Security and counter-terrorism adviser, Lisa Monaco, in a recent speech at Harvard to mark the anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing.

It’s impossible to tell whether this woman is genuinely nuts, or just pushing a truly nasty agenda. Wickedness does not exclude folly.

How are you to know your kids are fixing to blow up the local mini-mall?

Well, it ain’t so easy, says Ms. Monaco. “For the most part, they’re not related directly to plotting attacks. They’re more subtle.” Oh, no—domestic terrorism is more a state of mind. Break out the tea leaves and the tarot cards. “For instance, parents might see sudden personality changes in their children at home—becoming confrontational.” We used to call that “adolescence.”

Unfortunately, she continued, the federal government “is rarely in a position to observe these early signs.” So until they’ve got cameras and microphones planted in every home, parents will have to act as “watchdogs”—government stoolies—to detect “radicalization” in their children, in line, says the Daily Caller, with Dear Leader’s goal of combating “homegrown extremism.”

What does she mean by this? To Sen. Harry Reid, “domestic terrorists” are ranchers who don’t want to give up grazing land to a Red Chinese “solar farm” that’ll make scads of money for him and his lobbying offspring. To the Southern Poverty Law Center, a domestic terrorist/extremist is anyone who opposes amnesty for illegal aliens, homosexual pseudomarriage, or the Democrat mania for growing the federal government as big and powerful as possible—in other words, most of the American people.

The Rest…HERE

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