Now For Some Sanity Regarding Evil And Inanimate Objects Called Guns

 

Jewess with a gun. Karen and I went to the shooting range last Sunday. It was packed. Karen was extremely accurate with a Ruger Vaquero.

Karen and I went to the shooting range last Sunday. It was packed. Karen was extremely accurate with a Ruger Vaquero.

Obamacare and gun control are two sides of the same coin.

Both are simply means—as Rules for Radicals teaches—to a radical leftist end.

Obamacare is not about health. It’s a tactic to:

1) Redistribute wealth.

2) Raise taxes.

3) Make more Americans dependent on government.

4) Cut down private sector health jobs.

5) Create a permanent Democrat majority.

Gun control is not about saving lives or curbing violence. It’s a tactic to:

1) Deny the existence of human evil, an inconvenient fact for the social engineers of the left.

2) Subvert individual liberty.

3) Deny law abiding citizens the ability to defend themselves.

4) Only the collective, i.e, the government, should have this power.

5) Create a permanent Democrat majority.

At the Newtown Gun Control Hearings, one man, Bill Stevens, stood up for honesty, sanity, the Constitution—and the lives of the innocent.

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  1. maya
    Posted February 6, 2013 at 9:39 pm | Permalink

    Robert, the tiniest of tiny nitpicks – it’s NewtoWN, not Newton.  I get jarred each time I read an entry referencing it as Newton is literally down the street from my neighborhood, and the local elementary school is one I did my student teaching at, so it always makes me do a double take.  Apologies for the interruption to the discussion. 
     

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    • Robert J. Avrech
      Posted February 7, 2013 at 12:13 pm | Permalink

      Maya:

      Corrected. Thanks so much.

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  2. Bill Brandt
    Posted February 6, 2013 at 9:34 pm | Permalink

    I have been wondering about this today – how long has collectivist thinking been in politics? Unless someone can give me a better example, my contention would be the French Revolution of 1789. I believe that is where the term “Left” and Right” came – from the side of the aisle the revolutionary legislature sat on – those of opposing beliefs.
     
    If this is in fact truthful, ironic that just a few years after  the most revolutionary document mankind got about individual liberty, its nemesis came just a few years later.
     
    Karen=”Dirty Harriette”?

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  3. Johnny
    Posted February 6, 2013 at 11:36 am | Permalink

    Robert:
     
    You cannot post your Jew Without A Gun often enough. It is an answer to those that advocate 3 day waiting periods or limiting magazine capacities. Your story is one of many that can be repeated by many ordinary people from Korean grocers to Reginald Denny.
     
    Mr. Stevens has to remind the politicians that we have an inalienable right to protect ourselves and the 2nd amendment is not granted to us by the political class in any state capital or D.C. Someone should give Mayor Bloomberg or Joe Scarborough a dictionary so they can look up inalienable.
     
    The “smart” crowd bloviating on MSNBC talk about common sense limits that only the kooky fringe of the NRA would oppose. Such as universal background checks. Well I fear universal background checks because I don’t want Sam the clerk at every gun shop in the country knowing whether I’ve been to a shrink or not. I sure don’t trust politicians  deciding which mental diagnosis will strip me of my guns. On the word of one doctor.
     
    Advocates of sanctuary cities say they don’t want illegal immigrants to fear reporting crimes committed against them. Do these same liberals not understand people will avoid seeking help for mental problems if doing so will flag one as too dangerous to own a gun? 

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  4. Posted February 6, 2013 at 6:32 am | Permalink

    Mr. Stevens brought forth a common sense argument. No doubt it was lost on the politicians.

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  5. sennacherib
    Posted February 6, 2013 at 5:04 am | Permalink

    Nice photo. Like I said handle them alot ( unloaded at home is an excellent way) to used to them.

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    • Nickie Clifford
      Posted February 7, 2013 at 12:26 pm | Permalink

      You’re correct, senna. We have to take our’s out on the back-deck though – as our little Sheltie goes wild when hearing the sound of a shotgun rack or the Glock – she believes that she’s quite enough as a deterrent;)

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      • sennacherib
        Posted February 8, 2013 at 5:21 pm | Permalink

        Not to mention Shelties have always been biased toward rim fire over center fire. Must be their european heritage.

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