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GOP Group's Newsletter Calls For 'Armed Revolution' If Obama Is Reelected

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Didn't Virginia try that 'armed revolution' before? Didn't work out so well, so why do the fools keep wanting a re-match?
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A monthly newsletter published by the Greene Co GOP in VA is raising eyebrows for including a column in its March edition that calls for an "armed revolution" if Obama is elected to a 2nd term in November. Among articles denouncing a Univ of Virginia initiative to implement a living wage for employees of the institution, questioning if Obama is "America's Most Biblically-Hostile US President?" and an op-ed slamming the GOP establishment with generous use of capital letters, RightWingWatch picks out a column from the newsletter's editor, Ponch McPhee. In it, McPhee urges readers to encourage other conservatives to vote in Nov. He goes on to warn that the consequences of not defeating Obama, a so-called "ideologue unlike anything world history has ever witnessed or recognized." "[W]e shall not have any coarse [sic] but armed revolution should we fail with the power of the vote in Nov...

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to me, and I wonder if this going to be, just acce... by Mark Ropel on Thursday, May 10, 2012 at 9:36:31 AM