Some lady named Angela Keaton over at the Antiwar.com blog claims that the media in Missouri have identified affiliation with Antiwar.com as an indication of terrorist proclivities:
"Alas, you can’t fool KMOV St. Louis, Channel 4. They know an enemy of the state when they see one; one of the bumper stickers they prominently featured marking an American citizen as some sort of potential terrorist was from... Antiwar.com. Yes, no one is as dangerous to the state as an advocate for peace."
Wow, so station KMOV came out and said that an Antiwar.com bumper sticker marks you as a terrorist? Pretty scary, huh?
Except the scariness is all in Angela's mind. The station did not claim that the Antiwar.com bumper sticker indicated a terrorist threat! They were interviewing a libertarian who said she thought the police might target her because of her bumper sticker. So this lady's paranoid fantasies are now being used as evidence that Antiwar.com is considered a terrorist threat!
And not one commentator at the blog even spotted this. This is eerily reminiscent of the extreme paranoia of many of Ron Paul's supporters last year, where even a slight hesitation in an otherwise favorable article was evidence that the reporter "hated" Paul.