Sadly, the idea of threatening violent revolution against a democratically elected president over ideological differences continues to spread.
Following on the heels of Larry Klayman, Erik Rush, Pat Robertson, Rick Joyner, James David Manning, and other dependably psychotic extremists, William Gheen, president of the Americans for Legal Immigration Political Action Committee, has warned that if anti-immigrant groups fail in their primary challenges against "a good chunk of the 35 GOP traitors secretly helping Obama push citizenship for 20 million illegal aliens," they will abandon any and all attempts at achieving legislative victories "through nonviolent political means."
"Don't let the elite division games confound us and play us off on each other," he writes. "This real revolution must be between We The People of America (illegal alien invaders not included) versus the sellouts and traitors in both parties and a host of groups that occupy our government in Washington, DC."
Gheen proceeds to tell John Boehner, along with Eric Cantor, Paul Ryan, Bob Goodlatte, John McCain, Lindsey Graham and Barack Obama to "all go straight to political hell!", as well as to tear into Rep. Jeff Denham and "lawmakers like Boehner, Poe, Issa, Denham, Steve King of New York, and 30 GOP sellouts" who "are trying to help Barack Obama and Nancy Pelosi pass an immigration reform amnesty that will bust America's borders open forevermore leaving us all to rue the next wave of 10 million illegals from the 3rd World areas of the globe!"
Right after that gem, Gheen proceeds into one of King's favorite talking points:
"We must unify, educate, mobilized, and prepare for what may become the last political march of the Americans. For if we fail to take down a good chunk of the 35 GOP traitors secretly helping Obama push citizenship for 20 million illegal aliens in their GOP primaries in the next few months, then amnesty will pass into law and the new voting bloc of illegal aliens will make further political reform and borders for America impossible through nonviolent political means.
"Those of us dedicated to using what remains of America's peaceful political systems are fighting to avert the possible conquest of America by tyrants using invasive immigration plans and possible civil war if our political systems cannot alleviate the disparities between the will of the American public and the will of the elites."
Once again, the irony is that this crusader against the "conquest of America by tyrants" is upset that other people with whom he expects to have differences of opinion with might suddenly be given rights equal to his own.
Which once again begs the question: How is that not tyranny?