Sunday, January 25, 2015

"The federal government has itself become a criminal cartel."

Herschel Smith comments on David Codrea's latest: This is a very big deal, and it goes to show the lengths that the government went to cause disrepute on Mr. Dobyns. The Arizona Daily Star reporter that David cited can’t fathom why the justice department would have gone to these lengths in a simple contractual dispute. The answer is that this is more than a simple contractual dispute. This goes to the entire obscene connection of the government with running guns to the Mexican cartels in order to justify more gun control for Americans. They tried to ruin this man’s reputation and destroy his life. It’s a picture of a failed state, because the government has lost the mandate of heaven. It cannot be entrusted with even the most basic safety, health and welfare of society. The federal government has itself become a criminal cartel.


Anonymous said...

Well, if he came to that conclusion long ago and is just now stating it, then OK. But if he's just now coming to that conclusion then, well, better late than never...

PO'd American said...

You misspelled Feral in the subject wrote it as Federal???

Anonymous said...

So....when to we take 'em out?

Dakota said...

I been saying for years that they are criminals and deserve neither our obedience not our respect. They should be arrested for crimes against the Constitution. It would not be hard to prove in a court of law at all. Of course what do you do when the government and the entire law system is either not doing their job or in on it? Of course I realize I am preaching to the choir here.

Hmmmmm, "cartel" is an interesting use of that word as they have been arming the cartels in Mexico

TdB said...

Bracton. He is a king who rightly governs, a tyrant who oppresses his people.

Cicero. He loses all right to government, who, by that government, over-turns the common weal.

Aristotle. He who obeys the law, obeys both God and the law, who obeys the king, a man and a beast.

Sueton. They are not bound to be loyal to a wicked king, under the pains of perjury.

Ambrose. He that does not keep off injury from his neighbour, if he can do it, is as much in the fault, as he who does it.

Chamier. But all subjects have right of resisting tyrants, who by open force acquire dominion.

Barclay. Against Contenders for Monarchy. All antiquity agrees, that tyrants can, most justly, be attack’d and slain, as public enemies, not only by the public, but also by individual persons.