Doug Rink on "Obama's baffling B-S." And all the nice obedient tax-feeders clapped their hands at Dear Leader's infinite wisdom. (Although the concept of unintended consequences seems to have penetrated his collectivist skull.)
"I think the Europeans are right. The man's off his rocker."
It is easier for a lot of young people in this city and in some of your communities to buy a gun than buy a book. It is easier in some communities to find a gun than it is to find some fresh vegetables at a supermarket. (Applause.) That's just a fact. And that’s why the IACP and the overwhelming majority of the American people -- Democrat and Republican -- believe we should require national criminal background checks for anybody who wants to purchase a gun. (Applause.) That’s why the IACP believes we shouldn’t sell military-style assault weapons to civilians. They don't need them. (Applause.) They don't need them to hunt a deer. It's just a simple proposition -- cops should not be out-armed by the criminals that they’re pursuing. (Applause.)
And all the nice obedient tax-feeders clapped their hands at Dear Leader's infinite wisdom.
And, funniest of all, the world's greatest armaments salesman bemoans The Law of Unintended Consequences:
And please do not -- some of you watching certain television stations or listening to certain radio programs, please do not believe this notion that somehow I'm out to take everybody’s guns away. Every time a mass shooting happens, one of the saddest ironies is that suddenly the purchase of firearms and ammunition jumps up because folks are scared into thinking that Obama is going to use this as an excuse to take away our Second Amendment rights.
He may be totally batshit, but he sure knows how to pick his target audience wisely. He should have come to Albany NY for an Anti- Safe Act rally to explain the necessity of such a law. And he would have gotten the backs of 20,000 protesters to look at; and I'm sure more than one heckler..
"And please do not -- some of you watching certain television stations or listening to certain radio programs, please do not believe this notion that somehow I'm out to take everybody’s guns away."
Operative word in this lie is "everybody's." What this A$$hole really means is, "just ours."
Like you have put it in a myriad of ways Mike, you have to think about the signal here. Cultural Marxists alway signal their intent, you just have to learn the lingo of their dissimulation. Lying really.
Of course in the larger scope, the usurper and his ilk aren't concerned with our guns, it is both our right to our property, our guns, they want to deny us of, that delegitimizes free men, disarms us figuratively and physically of the most basic dignity of our liberty, the right and means of defense.
Most importantly it is freemen he and his ilk want to take out.
It is not guns that kill tyrants, it is free men who have guns who kill tyrants.
RE: "cops should not be out-armed by the criminals that they’re pursuing. "
I bet the cops in the room really applauded that statement. Problem is the cope AREN'T "out-gunned". The only ones have fully automatic weapons which we are effectively prohibited from keeping/bearing. Hell! I'd be gob smacked if more'n a couple of those nice MRAPs so many PDs have these days aren't mounting Ma Deuces!
Best gun salesman we ever had. Uncle President.
Remember, he is a lawyer. So in his mind he did not lie. He "won't take EVERYONE'S guns away".......just ours. The police, gov, mil... not those guns, he needs them to get more power. NOG
"... suddenly the purchase of firearms and ammunition jumps up because folks are scared into thinking that Obama is going to use this as an excuse to take away our Second Amendment rights."
The key word that was left out of that sentence is "try", as in "try to take away...".
If he does, I hope he remembers that we are all aware of where the orders came down from for those actions, and it will be the order giver that pays for the Treasonous actions, those people will pay the consequences of those actions against the American people, the US Constitution first.
Hopefully we will be allowed to arrest and prosecute, but if not, ah well, some criminals choose to fight instead of be law abiding. I still think we need to bring back this:
Title 18 U.S. Code section 2381: “When in the presence of two witnesses to the same overt act or in an open court of law if you fail to timely move to protect and defend the constitution of the United States and honor your oath of office you are subject to the charge of capital felony treason, and upon conviction you will be taken by the posse to the nearest busy intersection and at high noon hung by the neck until dead…The body to remain in state till dusk as an example to anyone who takes his oath of office lightly.
Which they changed to this:
Title 18 U.S. Code section 2381: Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.
Anyone wonder why they changed the wording?
It's actually pretty hard to buy a book if you're functionally illiterate. I mean, book shops expect their customers to be able to read, and while they'll help people who clearly can't, they'll also be wary of a lot of the kind of inner-city youth that would have an easier time buying a gun. If you can't buy a book from a reputable business, and you can't read, it doesn't help that you can get a book from various other sources cause you can't rely on them not to sell you whatever they have on hand and claim it's the book you want (though why that actually matters if you're so functionally illiterate as to be incapable of telling it's the wrong book is not entirely clear).
These same kids know what guns look like and they don't need to be able to read to tell which one is the one they want. Also, it's not as humiliating to buy a gun when you can't read than to try and buy a book, and they all have pretty crippling self-esteem issues (turns out all that feel-good crap they use to "boost self-esteem" is a bit like being on drugs, it only makes you feel better for a short time, then you feel worse for a much longer time).
It's hard to exactly quantify these kinds of things, but it is certainly true that plenty of these urban minority youth end up buying more guns than books. The fact that they just prefer guns to books might work into that somehow, though.
Then again, I think most men have experienced how hard it is to buy something you really would rather not even own.
I have 4 safes full in 4 different locations. When and where . Do you collectivists want to bring it on . I have nothing to lose. To old to care. So fed up with these collectivist pie holes. Behind enemy lines.
It might be easier for kids in the "inner cities" to buy fresh vegetables and books if they didn't burn down those businesses while rioting over false accusations, disagreeable verdicts or their team winning or losing a championship. Nomsayin'
The irony is, all those police chiefs clapping is why we need guns.
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