John Elway 8 signs of a terrorist cell

Discussion in 'Happy Hour' started by Bear Backer, Oct 7, 2009.

  1. Bear Backer

    Bear Backer Mentor

    Jan 23, 2007
    Some people have told me before that I am crazy because I believe that professional sports, and more specifically the NFL, is being used as powerful weapon in the cultural war against western civilization.

    Well here is the widely famed John Elway, former professional football player, here to tell you how to be a snitch for DHS. Why someone like John Elway? Isn't it obvious? Professional athletes are the most high profile, highly praised individuals in our society besides Hollywood celebrities.

    Listen to John Elway, he is that guy that hits touchdowns and throws home runs on your TV after all. Everybody is a potential terrorist. Terrorists are all around us. It could be your friend who attended that Tea Party, that annoying co-worker who likes to talk about guns too much, it could even be your own mother who doesn't want socialized medicine. EVERYONE is a potential suspect, that is except the good folks at the DHS and their local affiliates. Don't worry, the good guys will give you the clues to look for. They always have your best interests at heart. Government is your friend, your big brother who is there to look out for you. by: Bear Backer
  2. DixieDestroyer

    DixieDestroyer Hall of Famer

    Jan 19, 2007
    Elway serving as a mouthpiece for the Globalist Elite and their Orwellian police state. This is a Colorado IAC/Fusion Center propaganda piece. All of this is to set-up the snitch mindset in Americans...FOR Americans. The Missouri IAC sent out the infamous memo labeling supporters of 3rd party candidates (Ron Paul, Bob Barr, Chuck Baldwin), vets, Constitutionalists & anti-abortionists as "potentially violent extremists".Edited by: DixieDestroyer
  3. OldSchoolBoy75

    OldSchoolBoy75 Guru

    Oct 20, 2008
    New Jersey
    Maybe I'm not totally shocked by this as opposed to others here. John is a Republican and an active one at that. No, it's not going to change my views on him (considering he was the first NFL player I followed when I first got into football), but I do think it's unfortunate he's caved in to the hysteria of "your neighbor could be a terrorist if...".

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