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June 28, 2010

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GP

Monica

Our founding fathers felt strong enough about the personal right to keep and bear arms that they wrote it into the Bill of Rights. It is the Second Amendment and follows after an amendment giving us our freedom of speech, yes it is that important. The founding fathers realized the importance of defending these newly written liberties.

You cannot remove 'some' freedoms and expect the rest to stand. We are indeed living in troubled times and I hope and pray that we survive this attack on our freedoms and liberties.
All of us must continue to spread the word, and while Monica does a great job of fighting the good fight, we all bear that responsibility equally.

Thank you Monica,

GP

DJ

If people want the assault on the Second Amendment to stop, first the government and its constituents MUST address the horrendous Black crime problem. The looming Hispanic crime problem is moving in to a close second to the Black crime problem. You can’t help but notice the main reason gun ownership is being outlawed in certain cities. These particular cities have one thing in common: high Black and Brown crime rates. So in the government’s infinite wisdom they think they can solve the gun crime problem by criminalize gun ownership. This is a classic example of how liberals live in an inverted world. The libtards refuse to realize criminals will continue to posses guns, whilst leaving law abiding citizens defenseless against the thugs. The initial premise of gun banning has “good intentions” but sometimes the road to Hell is paved with them.

If we’re ever going to get a handle on gun violence in this country then we MUST STOP allowing unassailable people with a propensity for violence to emigrate here. A good start would be to repeal the 1965 Immigrating Act. Secondly we should concentrate on deporting all the people who are now here illegally. Thirdly, we must crack down on the horrendous black crime problem. It wasn’t always this way. Only after the “civil rights acts of the 1960s did black crime rate explode -- especially black on white crime. Anything short of that will eventually result in not only the trashing of the Second Amendment, but our entire way of life.

Here’s an article written in 1995. The Black on White crime problem has only gotten steadily worse since then. We are all aware of black on black crime; we hear about it all the time on the evening news. However, you’ll rarely hear about the magnitude of black on white crime in the MSM; it doesn’t fit into their "minorities are victims" narrative. They want to impress upon the audience the false notion that only whites can be racists and oppressors. The wimpy Republicans won't come close to addressing this issue either. As a result, we watch our liberties being eroded on a daily basis.

http://www.ourcivilisation.com/usa/racewar.htm

gringoman

Here’s an article written in 1995. The Black on White crime problem has only gotten steadily worse since then. We are all aware of black on black crime; we hear about it all the time on the evening news. However, you’ll rarely hear about the magnitude of black on white crime in the MSM; it doesn’t fit into their "minorities are victims" narrative. They want to impress upon the audience the false notion that only whites can be racists and oppressors. The wimpy Republicans won't come close to addressing this issue either. As a result, we watch our liberties being eroded on a daily basis.

http://www.ourcivilisation.com/usa/racewar.htm

Posted by: DJ | June 29, 2010 at 09:53 AM

Must I dare to bore by repeating for the millionth time? Yes, I must: Hear ye, hear ye! It all comes back to Politically Correct Mind Control. Stalin and to a degree Adolf Hitler (although more clumsily) mastered this form of domination. Today Libworld and The Left have perfected it in the modern political-media complex. It's done so thoroughly that most Americans are barely aware that they're being played. They are subjected to constant calls for action, "Brother, we got to do something!" Many even imagine that action without very clear thinking is still useful. Vietnam, the Shah's Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan. the "Great Society," Obamacare, Affirmative Action....It goes on and on....Americans like "action"....

rick savard

As i have so sagely noted on these pages before we are in mortal danger with the present bunch in charge and the word mortal is not meant to be an adjective but an adverb, i know the difference is subtle but is of immensity in this particular case what with Mullah Obama bowing to Muslim potentates and showing studied indifference to the leaders of fellow democracies. Switch scenes to our own waters and land-borders and his by now all-too obvious deliberate disregard to protect either raises the hair on my head while making a partcular part of my body twitch. Luckily, though while i had seriously entertained the notion of our military securing us from further harm, i was incorrect in how i supposed they were to do it. With something like 20 former military members running for Congress they will do it out of uniform. I myself have sent money to two of them running in other states than mine since we don't have any in Oregon yet. I urge everyone of like mind to send whatever you can to these men or women, particularly if one is running for a seat where you live. I think our very lives depend on wresting control of our Country from these traitors. Action is required folks. Cheers----rick

borderbriar

While the four are probably just anti-gun, they have a point that the founders' main concern was to protect militias stockpiling military weapons which the British interfered with. The parsing of that by Justice Scalia in the DC gun case is debatable. Much more important to the big question of whether the federal government is the guarantor of individual freedom as the Declaration implies is the excellent second part of his argument, which interestingly parallels Blackmun's in Roe. He admitted self defense is a God given natural right and brilliantly argued government should not interfere with things not considered within its scope at the time the Constitution was adapted unless there very good reason.

Actually interference with basic gun rights except in DC and military facilities has not come from the federal government but local authorities. In frontier towns like Abilene and Tombstone some restrictions did help keep cowboys and bystanders alive. Naturally that power tended to corrupt police who want citizens unarmed and fearful. If you live in a city of any size you can probably be arrested not only for having a firearm but various types of knives or a slingshot. And cops will fight any change regardless of this decision.

It really is a different world. When I was twelve years old I could put my rifle over my shoulder and walk down to the firing range at the YMCA with no consequences other than an occasional disapproving glance from some old lady. Now if someone is even seen with a firearm it makes the evening news because schools are locked down and the SWAT team called out to investigate.

Michael Toppeta

I am encouraged that America seems to be "Waking up" to this fact, but indeed the pace at which this dismantling of our nations core foundation is occurring is dizzying. With Kagan in conformation hearings this very day, I worry it may already be too late. One single vote putting us over the threshold of confirming a basic right given to us at our founding?! We are at Critical Mass already. There surely has not been a more important election than this November will prove to be (given who we ushered in the last Presidential election). It will make the difference in us even being able to 'survive' this administration intact as the land of opportunity and freedom. "Thriving" again, will take a virtual 'refounding', as Glenn Beck so accurately describes it.

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