Today, I checked in on FreeRepublic.com, one of Right Wing World's most fervent outposts on the web. And what I found there was. . .well, kind of amusing. FReepers are nothing if not entertainingly batshit crazy. But they also veered into the disturbing. Particularly that bit about hanging judges.
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"Short of impeachment of these judges, there is no going back to civilization."
"One more example of the Decline of Western Civilization. We live in a culture of death that has rejected God and celebrates evil and perversion. Lock and load, folks. Lock and load."
"Someday someone is going to hold judges accountable for making up law (legislation) from the bench."
"A constitutional amendment banning queer marriages is needed... in addition to impeaching these corrupt and traitorous judges."
"Who, in their right mind, would even want to be president and have to govern over this drain-circling country?"
"Yep. Opposition to homosexuality is falling like dominoes. If no one is going to draw a line against it, it's going to be up to We The People. Load the magazines...it's coming sooner rather than later.
Scouts Out! Cavalry Ho!"
"There is NO HOPE AT ALL for this country. None."
"We've gone so long being meek, compliant and quiet, that our enemies have us against the ropes. The only way to win back our Republic is to fight. Hopefully, it'll be just with words, picket signs, and maybe fists, but if it goes further, we have only ourselves to blame."
"When will a state secede? The 10th amendment is being stomped on."
"It’s time to start hanging judges."
"The coprophiliacs and lesbians win again."
"We are quickly becoming the United States of Sodom and Gomorrah."
"It’s like they’re soldiers in Satan’s army."
"I am full of such rage, hate and anger as never before. I hate all of them, the left, the libs, the immoral, the courts, the president, the politicians. Eff all of them. I wouldn’t even mind if God destroys us all and sorts us out later. I hate living in this country. . ."
Here and here are the source pages.