Boyoboy, talk about paranoid insanity. Talk about the Hard Left.
One thing is for certain: The ultra-extremist "progressive" propaganda organization "Southern Poverty Law Center" is completely deranged and out of touch with observable reality.
Obviously the SPLC is sprouting conspiracy theories and is outright paranoid.
Whoever is in charge of the SPLC ought to be institutionalized or at least exposed and shamed as a paranoid, stark raving mad conspiracy theorist.
It's all really a part of the whole international socialist movement, the whole propaganda thing they do.
The SPLC is nothing more than a mouthpiece of the Ultra Hard Left.
The Tea Parties represent Mainstream Americana and they have been very effective at opposing the ultra-extreme-revolutionary agenda of the Obamacrat Reich, which itself is paranoid and sees dangerous extremists in the faces of millions and millions (the majority, actually!) of Americans who simply beg to differ from The Agenda.
This is why the SPLC, one of the Hard Left's many militant psychops mouthpieces, is trying to demonize Mainstream Americana for daring to have a mind of her own, for daring to dissent from The Agenda.
The SPLC deserves to be mercilessly ridiculed. (Rule No. 5: "Ridicule is man's most potent weapon" -Saul Alinsky, Rules for Radicals)
They deserve a taste of their own medicine.
Also, remember this similar example of Hard-Leftwingnutcase paranoia over dissenting Americans?
Last year, the state of Missouri issued a report linking conservative groups to domestic terrorism and warned law enforcement to watch for vehicles with bumper stickers promoting Ron Paul and Chuck Baldwin. It also warned police to watch out for individuals with "radical" ideologies based on Christian views, such as opposing illegal immigration, abortion and federal taxes.Besides, who has been proving to be the dangerous people recently? Hmm... how about that Obama-worshipping, hard leftwingnutcase woman professor who shot all those people at that university recently? How about that Obama worshipper who flew his plane into the IRS recently? How about the Obama worshipper who the FBI says is the "most likely culprit" in the infamous 2001 anthrax letter scare?
Ultimately, Chief James Keathley of the Missouri State Patrol said the report caused him to review the procedures through it was released and withdrawn.
See? The SPLC is crazy, delusional, in denial of observable reality, preferring to replace it with fantasies.