Skip to comments.Defend the Second Amendment by Restoring the Eighth
Posted on 02/25/2013 11:49:18 PM PST by neverdem
December 30, 2012. The headline on Drudge, beneath a picture of redcoats blazing away in a Lexington and Concord re-enactment, reads: "OBAMA TO GO FOR GUNS IN 2013 / 'THERE WILL BE RESISTANCE'."
Resistance indeed there will be, and rightly so. Fortunately, conservatives' stand against infringements on gun rights is bolstered by the Supreme Court's recent admission that, as originally understood, the Second Amendment does indeed recognize an individual right to keep and bear arms.
But another assault is under way on another part of the Constitution -- an assault that has claimed far more innocent lives over the years than did the massacres that spurred current gun-control agitation. That other assault has long been gaining strength, and it has been bolstered by conservatives' mystifying lack of resistance.
Consider this report from The Washington Times: "Accelerating a trend, lawmakers in Colorado, Maryland and New Hampshire are expected to make a push for pulling the plug on capital punishment in the next legislative session." That would follow Connecticut, which abolished the death penalty in 2012; ditto Illinois in 2011, New Mexico in 2009, New Jersey in 2007, and New York, whose legislature acquiesced in its abolition by state judiciary and executive actions from 2004 to 2008. All led by Democrats.
Even where the death penalty is retained, its use is declining due to its prohibitive cost. States find it cheaper to feed, clothe, house, and guard a murderer to the end of his days, and nurse him through the diseases of old age, than to jump through the endless legal hoops of proving to the most soft-headed appellate court in the land not only that he committed the crime, but that he deserves to die for it...
(Excerpt) Read more at americanthinker.com ...
Easier to read at that link.
‘KNOCKOUT GAME’ PERP SHOT, KILLED
“Defend the Second Amendment by Restoring the Eighth”
It’s going to take action like this:
Read about the Battle of Athens here:
The first clip is 13 minutes but worth the time.
Hoewfully the gun grab will fail. If it does fail, I for see the outright banning of ANY manufacture or sale of ammunition.