It looks like the Missouri state patrol won’t treat conservative bumper stickers as evidence of terroristic tendencies after all. Reports WorldNetDaily:
The chief of the Missouri highway patrol is blasting a report issued by the Missouri Information Analysis Center and promising immediate changes in the procedures through which it was released to law enforcement agencies.
The report linked conservative groups to domestic terrorism and cited as suspicious those individuals who may have bumper stickers for third-party political candidates such as Ron Paul, Bob Barr and Chuck Baldwin.
It further warned law enforcement to watch out for individuals with “radical” ideologies based in Christian views, such as opposing illegal immigration, abortion and federal taxes.
Chief James Keathley of the Missouri State Patrol has issued a statement that the release of the report, which outraged conservatives countrywide, prompted him to “take a hard look” at the procedures through which the report was released by the MIAC.
Of course, the real surprise of this initiative was not that it existed, but that it arose first in Missouri rather than, oh, New York or California!
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