There's this Simpsons episode where Ranier Wolfcastle, an ego-centric Germanic actor who is basically Ahnold, fights with a group of "Commie-Nazis," the joke, of course, being that these groups are only linked really in the American conciousness. Fascism, of course, is quite different from Communism or Marxism. However, because we went directly from fighting one group to not fighting the other, they are forever linked in the American mind, especially if you're mentally challenged in some way.
One of these mentally challenged people is Rep. Paul Broun (R-GA), who represents North East Georgia, including parts of Clarke County. He seems to think that Barack Obama, who is the most Right-Wing Marxist I've ever heard of, will start a Gestapo-like force to promote his "Marxist or fascist dictatorship" upon the American people, depending on which way the Chicago White Sox 2009-2012 seasons go.
Obama's "Commie-Nazi"-ism aside, I personally am enjoying the new rhetoric by which the Right is attacking the Left and the new President that 62M+ Americans seem to like. Rep. Peter King (R-NY) implies that while the campaign was going on, America was simply hitting an economic slump. Now that Barack Obama has been elected, however, we're in a full-on recession. As my Dad used to say, "When your neighbor loses his job, it's a recession. When you lose your job, it's a depression."
The goal of this Gestapo, of course, will be to force people into homosexual marriages and force abortions on any non-mutt people (high fives all around). Gun-owners will be forced to spend an extra $.50 on trigger locks and reperations will be forced out of White Americans, especially those who had nothing to do with slavery.