Thursday, December 27, 2012

Fifth Column? Barack Hussein Obama wants to disarm U.S. citizens, while making it easier for foreigners on U.S. Soil to obtain arms

When somebody commits a horrible crime, you don't violate the United States Constitution and punish law abiding citizens. If we could throw away the Constitution, would it make enforcing the law easier? I sincerely doubt it. Gun laws don't work because criminals don't obey them. All you're doing is disarming the "good guys" (and girls).

Chicago's numerous and very strict gun laws don't work because the only people who have the guns are the criminals and the average person is left to be a helpless victim. Take a look at other cities that have strict gun laws. None of them are working, by the looks of the homicide rates and gang infestation. Chicago

I don't know how any politician could, in good faith, throw our Constitutional Rights on the "sacrificial altar" and leave millions of law abiding citizens at the mercy of millions of dangerous well armed criminals. In case you didn't know, there are millions of foreign born gang members at large, within our borders. They have unlimited access to firearms and have every intention of continuing their predatory assault on good people. For them, it will be “business as usual.”

Obama, Holder, Push to Loosen Gun Sales Restrictions -For Legal Immigrants

The mass shootings nationwide over the past year, including the one at Sandy Hook elementary school, have not stopped Holder and Obama from pushing to make it easier for aliens to get guns. Full Article

I don't care how many gun laws legislators pass, you have only what security you can provide yourself. The Police usually arrive at crime scenes long after the fact. The police also have no responsibility to protect you. If you didn't already know, the police carry firearms to protect themselves, not you! I am tired of people telling what I need to defend myself, most of these people know absolutely nothing about firearms. Gun grabbers More Tyranny

If someone breaks in to my home at 2:00 am., I want to be as well armed with the latest technology as possible. Law abiding citizens are not a problem and should not be punished for heinous acts they did not, nor ever will commit.

No person on this planet has any business dictating what I need or do not need. Leftist Communist leaning gun grabbing politicians always claim we do not need something or other, without ever walking in another person's shoes. Ownership based strictly on need, especially that of some corrupt political prostitute's perceptions of your needs, is a Marxist concept, having no legitimate place in a rational free society.

Gun control has absolutely nothing to do with public safety, it is all about control (and domination). The calls for firearm restrictions and "high capacity" magazine bans are about emotion, not logic. And the Democrats calling for gun control are the very same ones who are actively bankrupting the country with a multitude of failed economic policies. I see no point or valid reason in trusting a group of people who are so consistently wrong. History shows that concentration of firepower in the hands of the few always gets turned against the innocent. After gun control: Knifetown Knife ban?

These leftist politicians and lobbyists are perfectly OK with Barack Hussein Obama, Eric Holder and the B.A.T.F. handing off thousands of firearms to Mexican drug cartels, who kill U.S. Border Patrol agents and many thousands of innocent Mexicans. How are we are supposed to trust the judgment or honesty of politicians with all of this blood on their hands?

I would also like to mention that it is illegal for Mexican citizens to own firearms, traffic in narcotics and murder everyone that gets in their way. How is that working out for them? If we can't keep dangerous drugs (and those foreign criminals associated with them) out of our country, we certainly won't be able to keep guns from pouring in over our borders, either. That's already happening, if you don't already know. The “black market” is thriving, here.

A little about my neighborhood. How is yours?

I live in "cartel country." Foreign nationals (Mexicans) armed with full auto AK-47's frequently roam my neighborhood. As you might already know, the Mexican border is not secure and many U.S. citizens are in real danger. These guys (Sicarios) even shoot at the police.

People get their throats cut, homes are invaded and machete wielding incidents are becoming more common. You better have more than a pea shooter, if they (meaning several assailants) show up at your door. They've been known to do that. Some of my friends have had a few scary encounters with the cartel. There have been at least two home invasions in my neighborhood. I'd say I'm in a "need" and not "want" situation, when it comes to being well armed. Cartel y mas

Oh, did I mention that this is a rural area and it takes quite a long time for law enforcement to respond? A few deputies patrol an area the size of some states. I'm definitely on my own, here. In fact, a deputy with the Pinal County Sheriff's Office once told me not to bother him, unless I had a body. Any questions regarding the necessity of firearms ownership in my neighborhood?

P.S. A different deputy from the Pinal County Sheriff's Office actually complained when I did have a dead body for them to respond to. Hard to believe, but very true.

“I'm a 9th generation American and patriot (1737). My forefathers served in the Pennsylvania Militia. On June 27, 1781, they were called upon to perform a tour of duty. I'm still protecting freedom and securing the border, 275 years later.” --Harry L Hughes III

1 comment:

  1. It is understood that the 2nd Amendment was written to guarantee the citizenry the right to, if necessary, combat tyrannical government encroachment, whether or not modern peoples or government entities admit it. Government today is far, far larger and far, far better armed and accoutered entity than anything imaginable when the 2nd Amendment was drafted, and thus, the citizenry should rightfully be allowed to arm in kind, or at the very least in a fashion commensurate with modern technology in general.