Marsh: When Obama took the presidency is when he lost it because he was a Ron Paul fanatic.
Smith: Ron Paul fanatic, what does that have to do with ?
Marsh: To tell you the truth I don't know. I never really understood why Ron Paul was so much different, but he thought he could get away with anything and he wanted more freedoms than what he had and he was trying to do it through the violence.
Smith: Do you know what was his particular concern was with the current government? Was he worried they would take his guns away?
Marsh: Well yes, he clearly believed in guns and having them and he didn't think . He didn't want to have a driver's licence, he didn't want to fill out any census papers
Marsh: He wanted to own guns unregistered....
And he is said to have believed that anti-Christ was on the way and he wanted to do something about that?
Yes, he explained to us that through the bible the world was going to end in war and Christ wanted us to do this. Now he couldn't prove that to anyone, but the kids always listened to him.
Ron Paul's brand of anti-government rhetoric influenced Stone greatly which also fed into his 'End Timer' philosophy. And in this case, Obama was the anti-Christ.
These outbreaks of violent right-wing "cells" within our country will only increase, unfortunately. We can only hope that the feds and local law enforcement keep up the great work, or people will really get hurt.
March 2010: Seven militiamen from the Hutaree Militia in Michigan and Ohio are arrested and charged with plotting to assassinate local police officers with the intent of sparking a new civil war. Read more...
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) on Sunday refused to explicitly say that he disagreed with his father, former Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX), that Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) offers "nothing" to Republicans -- but he may have shocked some tea partiers by declaring that the party had "room for people who believe in bigger government."