No, seriously. I'm wondering what right wingers is Natty talking about. And it's important to understand his definition. If he's referring to the traditional US definition of right winger, he's obviously incorrect as to his characterization of right wingers being pro police-state.
Consider, for example, that the Justice Department has more power now, under a supposedly left wing president (Obama), than it did under a right wing president (Bush).
Consider, as another example, that right wingers who support Ron Paul are the only political group that is adamantly opposed to any expansion of Justice Department and police state powers.
Consider, as a further example, the humiliation that US passengers are subject to when flying (and under what president those measures were imposed).
I suspect there are some left wingers who are also opposed, but they are, on the whole, more interested in getting their guy re-elected.
So, in sum, it's important to understand what right wingers Natty is talking about.