Here it is, and I quote:
"Obama is a radical communist and I think it is becoming clear. That is what I told people in Illinois and now everybody realizes it is coming true. He is going to destroy this country and we are either going to stop him or the United States of America is going to cease to exist,"
....and it goes on from there. Keyes can be forgiven for resenting the fact that when he ran against Obama, the people of Illinois actually made it abundantly clear that they were not interested in Keyes. But really, radical communist, please. We are going to stop him or cease to exist, uh huh. Not quite calling for an armed uprising or assassination attempt are we, Alan? Well, not in specific terms, anyway. Flirting with the concept but nothing that would stand up in Court. How are we going to "stop" him, he just won the election. Oh right, you have also made it crystal clear that you are actually among the crazies who think that he is not really the president, because he was born in Nairobi or some such place.
Sit down, Alan, you are talking crazy. And while we are on the topic, Limbaugh and Bachman need to be quiet too. This fear mongering and invective is tedious. As I have said before, disagree with specific proposals all you want, and see if you can get anybody to vote with you. But stop personalizing it. It seems to me that this kind of talk does not push Republicanism into the mainstream. Don't you guys feel marginalized enough? You have at least three years and 11 months to argue with Obama. Measured tones, civility, calm. Breathe deep. Try again. If you keep this up, reasonable people are going to stop listening to you entirely. Or are we maybe way beyond that already?