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Accountability

04 Mar

Congressman Paul Ryan, former Vice Presidential candidate, has stated that he would support legislation that bans private sales at gun shows.

In the House, Majority Leader Eric Cantor, along with the help of Rep. Scott Rigell (VA), Patrick Meehan (PA) and others, have stated openly that they will work together with anti-gun Democrats from Maryland and New York to tighten restrictions on private firearms sales and expand background checks.  Even more upsetting has been Senator Tom Coburn‘s willingness to work alongside anti-gunner and Waco abettor, Chuck Schumer (NY) to propose “bi-partisan” anti-gun legislation in the Senate when he said,

“If you transfer your car, you have to have a license to transfer, it has to go through that. That’s a responsibility of freedom. I have no problems with us making sure that we don’t allow guns to get in the hands of either felons, or people who are a danger to themselves or other people. … I’m willing to work with Manchin and Schumer on that, and going to.”

The signs are everywhere:

Drones are flying overhead – not in Yemen, but here in the U.S., above your house, perhaps photographing you. The FAA anticipates 10,000 domestic drones in the next few years, and at least one police chief has publicly announced he wants to arm his drones with tear gas and rubber bullets.

Meanwhile, the Transportation Security Administration, having traumatized countless air travelers with its signature nude X-ray imaging and invasive pat-downs of ailing grandmothers and crying 3-year-old handicapped children in wheelchairs, is now expanding from airports to bus terminals and subways.

Even local police forces increasingly resemble an occupying army, especially in the big cities – thanks in part to a federal program that supplies police departments with military equipment, everything from surveillance drones to machine-gun-equipped armored personnel carriers.

Although few Americans realize it, police have already gone door to door and confiscated citizens’ legally owned firearms (in New Orleans after Katrina), and right now politicians in certain areas are trying to pass legislation to make gun confiscation official policy – but only in the event of an “emergency,” of course.

“Its not quite accurate to say the Kenyan’s administration is trying to disarm Americans.  The Government is attempting to progressively disarm one segment of the population – law-abiding, private citizens – while simultaneously arming to the teeth million of Americans who work for, and are beholden to, government at all levels.  This is not exactly what the Founding Fathers had in mind when they gave us the Second Amendment”

These fools (that we elected) are all turning, or considering turning, on We the People.  They seemingly just can’t help but sign up for a slot on the People’s retribution lists that will surely come when they collapse our economy.  Coburn didn’t learn a thing from OKC.  He’s an idiot!  There is no way in hell that they will avoid being held accountable for their actions, while they sit in seats of power on our behalf.  That’s the thing about accountability.  It just sucks.

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3 Comments

Posted by on March 4, 2013 in Uncategorized

 

3 responses to “Accountability

  1. Dannyboy53

    March 4, 2013 at 8:30 pm

    To the people, supposedly on our side, I would say this:

    “http://www.youtube.com/embed/FWBUl7oT9sA?feature=player_detailpage”

    MOLON LABE

     
    • Dannyboy53

      March 4, 2013 at 8:31 pm

      The first link didn’t work!

       
  2. Wildflower

    March 4, 2013 at 9:53 pm

    the nation of idiots cheered casear asa the roman troops marched down the streets

    and later screamed for mercy as they shuffled into the colloseum pit for entertaing by being slaughtered

    nothing in an empire falling does ever change

     

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