Motorcycle Checkpoints: American Bikers Need Not Deal with the Devil to Defeat Them

Motorcycle Checkpoints: American Bikers Need Not Deal with the Devil to Defeat Them

In their release entitled “11NR09 – MRF News Release – United States House of Representatives Bill to Prohibit Funding for Motorcycle Checkpoints” ( http://bit.ly/gxCy7x ) the Motorcycle Riders Foundation implies that American bikers should KISS Fascist Fat Jim Sensenbrenner’s a*s so they can stay in General Population. To the contrary, I say that American bikers should KICK Fascist Fat Jim Sensenbrenner’s a*s so they can help bring down the Prison!

Fat Jim Sensenbrenner is the sponsor of the USA Patriot Act:

http://wp.me/p19dS3-5Z

Fat Jim Sensenbrenner is the sponsor of the REAL ID Act:

http://wp.me/p19dS3-6l

Fat Jim Sensenbrenner’s next bill may eliminate all rights to privacy on the Internet:

http://wp.me/p19dS3-65

If American Bikers have become such spineless Sheeple that they can only protect their rights by sucking up to the very people that are icons of all that we (should) oppose, then they deserve and should expect the ugly fate that awaits all COLLABORATORS when real freedom fighters wrest control from their fascist oppressors.

Well NOT ME, boys and girls: I SAY GROW A PAIR… LIKE I TOLD YOU MONTHS AGO ( http://bit.ly/gmHPU5 ), MAKE THE CHECKPOINTS TOO COSTLY AND THEY’LL GO AWAY.

F**K FAT JIM. AND F**K THE MRF…

5 thoughts on “Motorcycle Checkpoints: American Bikers Need Not Deal with the Devil to Defeat Them

  1. Political power is what it takes to stop AND reverse the erosion of our rights. And it’s easier to gain political power than most bikers think. If you’re ready, visit RepealMachine.com and take a ride.

  2. I’ve heard of SOL riders, and may even know a few members. But I’m not aware of any bikers rights groups that focus on campaign work. The average SMRO spends the bulk of its energy on keeping itself going, with very little left over for political work. And even then, it’s rare that they get involved with campaign work, sticking mostly to protests and lobbying. As to the more “active” activists, such as BOLT, they seem to be mostly focused on fighting against law enforcement and duking it out in court. Fortunately I find a few SMROs (CA, OR, WV, MA to name a few) as well as hard independents that are steadily increasing their effectiveness by working on the campaign trail. And that’s what the Repeal Machine is all about … repealmachine.com/test is the website if you want to take a ride.

  3. Just for the record, I am approving your comments in respect of your freedom of speech and not because I agree what you are posting. I resigned from the Bikers Rights movement because it is a farce: The AMA champions just enough rider issues to cloak their real agenda, which is promoting the corporate interests of motorcycle manufacturers et al. NCOM is a front for attorney Richard Lester and his AIM ambulance chasers, while BOLT is supported by their competition at the law firm of Hupy & Abraham S.C. Who the SOL Riders are and what their focus is changes with the wind. ABATE chapters, with very few exceptions, are social riding clubs. And their confederation, the MRF, is a cheap whore that will sleep with any corrupt politician that offers the slightest of attention.

  4. Motorcyclists, motorcycle enthusiast, motorcycle rider, Biker or just plain ol America doesn’t matter. THe time for playing politics is done.

    When the SUpreme court gives rights to Corporations and Wisconsin and other “tea party” governors take tights from individuals nothing short of acting on the rights defined in the declaration of Independence all the rest is bullshit

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