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DHS: Conservative Christians=Right-wing extremists -- Marcene Taff, the Underground staff writer The new president has been busy these last few weeks. First, Obama informed the world, that he does not consider the United States a Christian nation. He doesn’t consider it a Jewish or Muslim nation either; he called us “secular.” Now, according to the U.S. Government’s April 7, 2009, Dept. of Homeland Security assessment, there is a nine-page report full of warnings about American citizens just like me. On Fox, April 16, Oliver North expounded on the essence of this recently released report. He said, “I am a Christian and meet regularly with other Christians to study God’s word. My faith convinces me the prophesies in the Holy Bible are true.” “I believe in the sanctity of human life, oppose abortion and want to preserve marriage as the union of a man and a woman. I am a veteran with skills and knowledge derived from military training and combat. I own several firearms, frequently shoot them, buy ammunition and consider efforts to infringe on my Second Amendment rights to be wrong and unconstitutional. I fervently support the sovereignty of the United States, am deeply concerned about our economy, increasingly higher taxes, illegal immigration, soaring unemployment and actions by our government that will bury my children beneath a mountain of debt. Apparently, all this makes me a ‘right-wing extremist.’”

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DHS: Conservative Christians=Extremists?