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Posted on 07/27/2014 7:17:27 AM PDT by virgil283
"But when the men and women take off their uniforms and return to their homes and assume responsibility for their own and their families safety, suddenly the politicians dont trust them to own a gun. This is pure elitism. Gun control is not about guns or crime. It is about an elite that fears and despises the common people.
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It is illogical for a government that says its police have no obligation to provide individual protection to deny people the means to protect themselves.
It is immoral for a government that repeatedly releases predators to prey on people to tell those victims they cannot have a weapon for self-defense. Its stupid for a government that cant control criminals, drugs or illegal immigrants to claim it can take guns away from criminals only if honest folks will give up theirs." -- Charley Reese (1937-2013) American syndicated columnist Orlando Sentinel,...H/T American Digest ......
Government fears the people...LIBERTY. People fear the government...TYRANNY!!!!
It reminds me of the last scene in “First Blood” where Rambo was saying basically the same thing. All that experience and he couldn’t even get a job in a car wash.
Rambo could always work for Blackwater.
Fantasy vs reality.
...job parking cars!
No, 'he had only one job, to kill.'
Wow. Gee, thanks for that correction. If anyone wants the real answer to a post all you have to do is put in the wrong one.
I note the sarcasm, but if one is going to quote from such an iconic scene, you must get it right. Besides, Rambo would never work in a carwash at that stage of his career, too ‘team’ oriented. With Krakauer and Delmar Berry dead, John was a lone wolf.
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