I Have a Favor to Ask
As I'm sure at least some of you know by now, America's most unsung patriot has threatened to send like-minded patriots to my home.
Virtually all of us can afford to laugh at him for sitting in his nowhere land making all his nowhere plans for nobody. All, that is, except me. And Judge Lefkow, whose husband and mother were slaughtered several years ago after the aforementioned "internet patriot" published the judge's personal info while calling for her death.
Although 99% of his threats come to nothing, we all know that all it takes is one committed individual to make a tragic difference in someone's life. Or, potentially, millions. Judge Lefkow can tell you all about that. So can the Kennedy family.
Now he's threatening to do it again, only on a much grander scale: He's endangering the lives of all 246 Congressmen who voted Aye on the stimulus bill by posting their personal contact info.
Whether or not the assassin who killed Lefkow's husband and mother was directly tied to our unsung patriot, we can't afford to take chances. I'm not trying to be a hero here. But we would be remiss in our responsibilities as Americans if we choose not to get involved and to, instead, sit back and watch the news waiting for something to happen.
Considering that we're talking about 246 email addresses, I'm afraid that if I have to hunt down every one of them, a mass email sent to all these lawmakers may not get sent to them in time to stop their personal information from getting disseminated. It's not just these representatives' lives that are being recklessly endangered but also that of their families.
Hopefully, despite their legislative workload, more than a few of these Congressmen will contact the pertinent authorities. I'm just sorry that I didn't think of this earlier. I hope we're not too late. You know who is smart enough to not post such info on his blog thereby violating the TOS and will post this personal info on a news group.
Remember: All it takes if one committed individual, people. Please help me look up these email addresses, phone and fax numbers, whatever we can get to warn them. The more people who send me email addresses & etc., the fewer I have to look up and the sooner we can warn them. I will start with the top of the list of congressmen who voted aye on the stimulus bill (on the thomasloc.gov website linked to above.). I'd appreciate it if you all who can generously give of your time and energy would start on the bottom so I don't waste time looking up public info I don't have to.
In the meantime, I'll also be looking up phone numbers and email addresses within New Jersey so I can help get this animal picked up.