Obama: "Weapons of War Have No Place On Our Streets"
1) Let us note President Pussy-Ass has decided that it is in his purview to decide which guns are "weapons of war" and which are not. It is not Congress' decision, the People's decision, and Lord knows, it is not the decision of the Bill of Rights. No, it is Obama's decision.
2) Weapons of War do belong in the hands of the people. The 2nd Amendment articulates our God-given Right to defend ourselves, as citizens, against the forces of tyranny, even if that tyranny be our own government at some point in the future. LIKE NOW, for instance.
That meansthe People must be armed for war.
Lost in all this back and forth of the past month or so is that it is not the right of the government to be better-armed in the streets of America
The Government does not have the right to do this to the People:
All of us, every single man, woman, and child on the face of the Earth were born with the same unalienable rights; to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. And, if the governments of the world can't get that through their thick skulls, then, regime change will be necessary.
“I’m quite confident that we’re going to rebel against this abusive government’
I think that we’re in a period today comparable to the American founding period in two senses: one, we’re worried about decay — we’re worried about whether we’re squandering our legacy and whether we’re calling into question whether people can really govern themselves — but also because, and this is the heartening part of this, today as never before in my lifetime, Americans have rekindled their interest in the founding era and the founding principles. Look at the wonderful sales of biographies of the founders: Washington, Hamilton, Jefferson, Madison. Look at the Tea Party, which I think frankly is one of the great events of my lifetime.
The American people go through life with a little crick of their necks from looking back at the past, and that’s healthy. We always relate to the Declaration and to the Constitution and here, along comes the Tea Party movement named after something that happened in 1773: the Boston Tea Party. And it’s called us back to reverence for, and understanding of, and insistence upon, the founding principles of limited government. So, in a good sense and a bad sense, I think we’re in the founding period.”
--- George Will
"An Islamic regime must be serious in every field," explained Ayatollah Khomeini. "There are no jokes in Islam. There is no humour in Islam. There is no fun in Islam."
"I want to be very, very clear, however: I understand and agree with the analysis of the problem. There is an imminent threat. It manifested itself on 9/11. It's real and grave. It is as serious a threat as Stalinism and National Socialism were. Let's not pretend it isn't." ~~~~~Bono~~~~~