Skip to comments.Obama and his disarmament wishlist
Posted on 01/16/2013 2:24:53 PM PST by Ellendra
Everybody everyblogger is supposed to make some comment on Obamas anti-gun announcement today. Ive been thinking about it and heres mine: I dont care.
It doesnt matter whether he called for outright confication (he didnt; not yet) or whether he actually wussed out under conservative pressure. (H/T D for the link even if I dont buy its nice, hopeful content.)
Yeah, it kinda ticks me off that the Washington Post, which surely knows better, calls some of Obamas most facile propaganda (page two of this Post artitorial) a Constitutional argument. Constitutional argument my Aunt Fanny; Obamas remarks about the Second Amendment interfering with the First show not even a high school level of understanding about the purpose of the Bill of Rights. And Im sure the WaPo editors know that.
Yes, its sickening to see Our Glorious Leader, just like Stalin, surrounding himself with little tot-lets to demonstrate his pretend benevolence. Sickening to hear the media endorsing the idea that eight year olds should write U.S. law.
It pains me, as Im sure it pains you, to hear the constant misuse of terminology and the constant lies and misunderstandings about firearms that have been dragged out by the media (again!) since the Newtown murders.
But what Obama said? I. Dont. Care.
(Excerpt) Read more at backwoodshome.com ...
(PS: FR rules say that Backwoods Home must be exerpted, or I would have posted the whole thing. I am not the author, and I gain nothing from posting this blog.)
Does anyone in Congress care? NO.
How does a dead girl show up at the memorial for Sandy Hook victims?
Florida Atlantic University professor James Tracy is suggesting that the Sandy Hook massacre was really a hoax.
Tracy, who is allegedly known for his conspiracy theories, writes in his blog that the school tragedy was an orchestrated event created by the Obama Administration as a ruse to implement gun control. Connecticut officials understandably want the professor to be terminated.
Read his compelling story! His blog is here: http://memoryholeblog.com/2013/01/01/sandy-hook-the-illusion-of-tragedy/
Claire, is it time yet?
It makes it so clear.
Them I'm not so sure about. But "O" knows, he's even said so, when complaining about the inadequacy of the Constitution, and it's "negative rights", meaning it's a restriction on Government, not on individual citizens.