Arrest Air America

To: Bill O’Reilly
From: Your Advisor
Date: 12 December 2005
RE: Arrest Air America

Let me first congratulate you on pointing out whom we need to arrest if we want to keep this country free. Following up on your al Qeada invitation to blow up San Francisco you’re now serving Air America with fair notice.

“All those clowns over at the liberal radio network, we could incarcerate them immediately. Will you have that done please? Send over the FBI and just put them in chains, because … they’re undermining everything.”

I don’t have to tell you where you’re going to catch flack on this one – from the very types trying to overthrow this country and hand it over to some liberal dictator, like John McCaine.

Let’s just stop a moment and consider what this country might look like under Air America. A police-state that stops us from jailing people who disagree with us. Then what – the end of secret wiretaps as we know them? Next, force us to really stop torturing prisoners. And no more taking them off to secret interrogation camps either. A slippery slope isn’t it? Kiss our freedoms bye-bye.

That’s paradise in chains for Blame America First jack-booters. But thanks to you, Blame America Never reminds us what made this country great. Jail.

1) Deny that the only way to save us from the next 9/11 is to stay at war in Iraq – you’re under arrest.

2) Make fun of president Bush and thereby undermine the brave spirit of our men and women fighting in Iraq to save us from the next 9/11 – you’re under arrest.

3) Wish me “happy holidays” when you know damn well that I celebrate Christmas, and thereby threaten my 15-hundred year spiritual tradition best expressed by credit card at Macy’s – you’re under arrest.

Bill, this country needs you. We’re under siege by people who should be under arrest. I call it domestic terror. Storm troopers poised to force-feed our children with ACLU doctrine that shamelessly puts laws above men.

These brown-shirts would shackle us to rules that fly in the face of our deepest founding principal – that rules are great until they’re annoying. Freedom isn’t free. Those law type elites can’t see that. That’s why they’ve got to go to jail.

For telling it straight, thank you Bill.


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