Guns, Gun confiscation, Gun Control, Gun Politics 1

The moment that I heard about the Connecticut school massacre, I understood three things: I needed to pray for the innocents’ souls and I did; I understood that the anti-gun loons would go on a lying rampage, and they certainly are; I understood that cognizant, rational defenders of the Constitution would have to defend the Second Amendment as they must.
Led by Obama the Oath Breaker, the anti-gun fringe wants to turn everyone into lemmings, which we aren’t. They want to control people starting with anyone that they define as mentally defective, which they apparently are
Surrounded by guns that protect him and his children, Obama said that guns are no good, the hypocritical implication being that only the elites like he, Feinstein, Rosie O’Donnell, Jeraldo, etc. should have guns so that armed despot wannabes like them can willy-nilly kill decent, law abiding people they don’t approve of. Elitist David Gregory waved a prohibited (in the District of Columbia) high capacity magazine on TV, while a common mortal would be tackled, beaten tortured with a stun gun, and slammed into jail for the same offense. Gregory should be gifted with a stay in the slammer. A newspaper saw fit to jeopardize the lives of gun owners as well as non-owners by publishing names and address of gun owners, thus showing those who are unprotected. Every citizen in those counties ought to sue that newspaper for violation of their privacy, and if even one person gets injured, the newspaper should be held liable both criminally and civilly. Burglaries are now happening in direct response to that irresponsible reporting.
Naturally, Obama, Feinstein, Schumer, Bloomberg, and their Constitution hating cohort have predictably jerked their knees in their condemnations and cockamamie concoctions on how to deal with innocent guns. Their combined efforts have actually spurred gun sales enormously. One should ask what their commissions from the gun industry are, while many in the media again seem bewildered.
Australia disarmed its population and saw their murder and other crime rates skyrocket after disarming its people, while the most heavily armed country in the world, Switzerland, has the lowest gun crime rates. Go figure.
Free Americans need high capacity guns because this rightly scares the crap out of progressive despot wannabees and keeps them in check. Likewise, were it not for the Second Amendment, the progressives would trash the First Amendment immediately and move to control people’s thinking more than they are now. Increasingly, patriotic groups are reminding everyone that the Declaration of Independence cited an oppressive, tyrannical, hostile government as a valid reason for a revolution, and people are gathering together now with this in mind. New reports indicate that more than half of Americans now distrust – have no confidence in their increasingly intrusive and oppressive government, that we are losing our rights as free people and are at risk of becoming enslaved.
It is a sorrowful state of affairs when millions of Americans have no confidence that their government is any longer a responsible government that they should not need to fear. That fear and distrust of the US Government is growing daily. A prime example of government falsehood was a photo-op with Los Angeles Police Chief, Charlie Beck, parading a “rocket launcher” reportedly from a gun buyback program. The “launcher” was actually a toy used for training, probably the same one he used in another fear mongering program. Our government officials lied to us here, again.
We lack an effective deterrence for mass killing maniacs. (Some pull the trigger on themselves after they kill and thus eliminate our having to deal with them further.) We need to find ways to round them up before they kill. Others who don’t kill themselves are coddled in special wards of jails, and then hospitalized, often for life. This is NOT a deterrent. Swift disposition should be the rule, not coddling. Timothy McVeigh (oh, yeah, he used fertilizer, not guns) was a mass murderer who was rightfully executed. Nidal Hassan’s execution is past due. The Aurora Colorado shooter, Holmes, deserves quick trial and execution just as Tucson shooter, Jared Loughner should be executed, not kept around as parasitic pets for the entertainment of various ‘shrinks’. Oh, yeah: Hassan, Holmes, and Loughner are, like the Connecticut shooter, Lanza, insane. And, I believe they were registered Democrats. With the exception of Hassan, they live in a fantasy world of prescribed pharmaceuticals induced psychosis protected in their lunacy by lawyers and liberal judges.
Bully Obama made a big show of signing a bunch of pieces of paper which he declared would reduce gun violence. He refused to say a single word about his Hollywood’s paymasters’ gun happy killing in movies, or the video industry’s thousands of violent video games, both of which increase aggressive feelings of, and desensitize the brains of people to acts of tyranny and violence. In effect, Obama supports aggressive stimulation of the type that spurred Lanza, Loughner, and Holmes: Obama both supports gun violence at the same time as he considers our Constitution an affront to his agenda.
Again, the anti gun crowd started going off about the ex LAPD officer Chris Dornan and his killing spree using guns. As soon as it was determined that he was a progressive liberal, the media curtailed its reporting on him.
Lunatics need to be rounded up before, not after, they do their deeds, and those in the pharmaceutical and legal world (including politicians like Obama, Fenstein, Schumer, and their cohort) are the ones who should be most directly held accountable for loosing these maniacs on the streets where they can menace and kill others.
In another turn, increasingly tyrannical Obama, terrified of honorable, capable, and competent citizens has initiated a program to compel ‘military veterans’ (twenty or so million of us?) to surrender their private guns.

About James E. Horn

Retired American Diplomat served in American embassies and consulates for 25-years, ten in Islamic societies. I am not a fan of Islam. I do public speaking and have books listed.

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