. On August 16th, Rev. Steven Anderson delivered a sermon titled "Why I Hate Barack Obama." In it, Anderson admitted he prays for the president's death. "If you want to know how I'd like to see Obama die, I'd like him to die of natural causes," said Anderson. "I don't want him to be a martyr, we don't need another holiday. I'd like to see him die, like Ted Kennedy, of brain cancer."
Get this one...Chris Broughton is a member of Rev. Anderson's congration. To refresh your memory, Broughton is infamous for appearing with a loaded AR-15 outside where President Obama was speaking to the VFW in Phoenix.
Mr. Broughton listens very well to his pastor. He has affirmed that he'd like to see President Obama deader than a doorknob. "It would be good for the country if he were to go sooner than later," said Broughton. "However it happens, I'm going be happy that it happens," he boasted. "I'm gonna be a happy man...I would rejoice."
Oh yeah, I think it's a great idea to have people with assault weapons camped outside where Obama is speaking.
Do you remember when, back in the MCF days, someone posted that he would not mourn if Bush were assassinated? According to that person, only a few days later, an FBI agent showed up on his doorstep as a result of that post.
Now, there was a good deal of debate around the veracity of that claim. But given that anything even remotely interpreted as a threat to the POTUS's life is a federal offense, that visit may have actually taken place. And even if not, the rantings of this "pastor" are about as close as you can get to an overt threat. So why is he not either in jail or under indictment right now? This, IMHO is way beyond free speech. I don't get it.
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