Mayor of Chester: “We need to ban all these illegal guns!”Along with the illegal soft drinks.
— Sebastian (@SebastianSNBQ) March 30, 2013
No word as to how he feels about banning illegal aliens.
First they came for the blacks, and I spoke up because it was wrong, even though I'm not black.This works philosophically though no one is coming for the Muslims. In fact it's pretty much the other way around. Domestic terrorism is downgraded to workplace violence. I'm not an atheist, and for the most part I feel that you may practice whatever religion you want. The best you should expect from your fellow man is tolerance, and then only as long as you do not try to forcibly impose your religion on others.
Then they came for the gays, and I spoke up, even though I'm not gay.
Then they came for the Muslims, and I spoke up, because it was wrong, even though I'm an atheist.
When they came for illegal aliens, I spoke up, even though I'm a legal immigrant.
Then they came for the pornographers, rebels and dissenters and their speech and flag burning, and I spoke up, because rights are not only for the establishment.
Then they came for the gun owners, and you liberal shitbags threw me under the bus, even though I'd done nothing wrong. So when they come to put you on the train, you can fucking choke and die.
The man, who identified himself as Chris from Willowbrook (Staten Island), said that Sharia law was needed in the United States “because that’s the only way this deviant lifestyle will be corrected,” according to audio captured by GoodAsYou.org.Good luck, guys and girls. I guess that when any group controls the levers of power, you may confidently expect them to abuse that authority to the greatest extent possible.
“I’m Muslim and I believe 110 percent in Sharia law.”
“You know what happens in Islamic countries? You know what happens to the gay people, correct? They’re beheaded,” the caller said. “I’m going to fight as hard as I can with all my Muslim brothers and sisters to make Sharia law in the United States.”
There is no conclusive evidence that GMOs are harmless to human health and the environment, which has led the World Health Organization to recommend that they be studied on a case-by-case basis.There is no conclusive that anything else isn't harmful to at least some of the populace, but as long as a friendly judge can be found at a sufficiently high level, the rest of the populace can be forced to starve in the dark.
DENVER — President Barack Obama is planning to visit Denver next week, the White House announced Thursday.I hope we can arrange a "warm" welcome.
Obama is scheduled to visit Wednesday with local law enforcement and community leaders to discuss the state’s new gun control laws.
From: Eddie Maxwell
Sent: Sunday, January 27, 2013 10:54 PM
To: (all members of state legislature)
Subject: Gun Control and our Constitutions
Can the officers of our state government change our constitution when the change is forbidden by the people? The Supreme Court of Alabama has ruled that it cannot in an opinion dealing with another matter where change is forbidden. You have sworn to support our constitution. You have defined a violation of an oath in an official proceeding as a class C felony (C.O.A. Section 13A-10-101 Perjury in the first degree).
Do not violate your oath of office by introducing additional gun control bills or by allowing those already enacted to remain in the body of our laws.
From: Representative Joseph MitchellMr Maxwell is white, and Mr. Mitchell is black. Interestingly the laws Mr. Maxwell is asking for relief from are in all likelihood modeled after the Jim Crow laws and Black Codes that were used against Mr. Mitchells ancestors.
Sent: Sunday, January 27, 2013 11:59 PM
To: Eddie Maxwell
cc: (all members)
Subject: Re: Gun Control and our Constitutions
Hey man. You have used the word ‘except’ when I think you mean somethin’ else.
Hey man. Your folk never used all this sheit to protect my folk from your slave-holding, murdering, adulterous, baby-raping, incestuous, snaggle-toothed, backward-a**ed, inbreed, imported criminal-minded kin folk. You can keep sending me stuff like you have however because it helps me explain to my constituents why they should protect that 2nd amendment thing AFTER we finish stocking up on spare parts, munitions and the like.
Bring it. As one of my friends in the Alabama Senate suggested – “BRING IT!!!!”
JOSEPHm, a prepper (’70-’13)
“Justice Kennedy: “The problem with the case is that you’re really asking…for us to go into uncharted waters.”Well, yes. When the legislature or the electorate refuse in someones opinion to act sufficiently imbecilic, the Supreme Court is where we go for relief.
DEHUMANIZING ELIMINATIONIST RHETORIC: “[Anyone] who would run out to buy an assault rifle after the Newtown massacre has very little left in their body or soul worth protecting,” tweets Jim Carrey, in-between sparring with moviegoers on Twitter who disagree with his anti-Second Amendment viewpoint.Actually, Jimmy-me-boy, anyone who ran right out and bought a Personal Defense Weapon(R) immediately following Newtown is today being described as "prescient". Doubly so if they bought 1000 rounds of ammo and 2 more standard capacity mags to go with it.
Found somewhere on the intertubes and sent to me by email:
I managed to score a couple of cases of .223 ammo yesterday. As I was putting it in my truck, I was approached by an attractive young lady. She struck up a conversation about how she supports the Second Amendment, loves to go to the gun range, and so on.
Then she shocked me by asking if I would be interested in bartering sex for ammo. Once I regained my composure, I said, "OK, what kind of ammo do you have?"
Senate Pres. Morse advises Democrats to ignore constituents on national TVMost of us will not be entirely sure why he felt he had to reiterate this on national T.V. as his party has been standing like the 300 against their constituents for the whole session.
GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo.—On Friday, Colorado Senate Pres. John Morse, D-Fountain, took time from ramming anti-Second Amendment legislation through the state Senate to be a guest on The Rachel Maddow Show. There, he told Maddow that he has advised Democratic state senators to ignore their constituents.
It is difficult to describe the weekend bailout package to Cyprus in any other way. The confiscation of 6.75 percent of small depositors' money and 9.9 percent of big depositors' funds is without precedence that I can think of in a supposedly civilised and democratic society.Yup, the banks closed on Friday, as they usually do, and are not expected to open until Tuesday, as Monday is a Bank holiday, and Saturday morning, poof, your account is magically shrunken by the above percentages. Nobody gets to cheat, as they usually do. BTW, most of the large depositors there seem to be Russian oligarchs, who seem to think their money would be safer outside Mother Russia.
OUR VIEW: Best case, the Mag Ban bill, HB1224, was rushed. Worst case, it was drafted by a liberal on quaaludes who has never shot a gun.The bills sponsor is in the video. When I saw her at the judiciary hearings it was painfully obvious right from the start that she had not even read the bill. Rep. Rhonda Fields recognizes that there may be problems with the bill but hopes people will "just comply with the law" in spite of some little plastic thingie.
A fairly low standard is being assumed in Colorado where evidence of sloppy crafting, overt favoritism, and other practices more worthy of Chicago are used to craft this legislation. At the Federal level, laws that touch on enumerated rights are supposedly automatically accorded the strict scrutiny status, unless the legislation has political favor, in which case the peasants are SOL.
A bill could be introduced in the legislature declaring that any legislation passed by the legislature and signed into law which impacts any enumerated right in either the Federal or the State constitutions is to be automatically accorded strict scrutiny status in any court in the state in which it might be challenged.This would be opposed by legislators with nefarious intent of course, and some effort on the part of the voters would need to be mustered to pass it, but it may well be doable.
Passing the same measure as a constitutional amendment would be easier as the pro arguments would sound like asking people to defend their rights, and the anti arguments would sound like "Mommy Knows Best".
This I believe would go a long ways toward limiting "feel good" legislation, passed with the fervor of a lynch mob convinced of its correctness.
We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender. "And we’ll fight them with the butt ends of broken beer bottles because that's bloody well all we've got!"That last bit was spoken quietly to an aide as the Parliament thundered its approval of the speech.
In his years building the business empire that made him a billionaire, Mr. Bloomberg developed a unique fluency for numbers and learned to view the world through a statistical prism. Multiple people close to Mr. Bloomberg have said that the figure he’s most preoccupied with is the number people in his city who die of preventable causes. This obsession with bringing down the death rate has driven the mayor’s notorious crusades against smoking and sugar, and according to John Feinblatt, the mayor’s chief adviser, it was a major factor behind his decision to step into the national gun control debate several years ago.Mayor Bloomberg is now the new head of the mythical organization I named the Society For A Risk-Free America, whose goal is to legislatively remove all risk of any kind from everyday life in this country. Just imagine a country where everyone is encased in bubble wrap and anything that can be shown statistically to be a risk to a persons life is strictly forbidden. Utopia, I'm sure.
Last month, the PAC notched its first unequivocal victory when Democrat Robin Kelly defeated former Congresswoman Debbie Halvorson in a special primary election to replace Illinois Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr., who resigned in late November before pleading guilty to federal campaign finance fraud charges.It is thought that Bloomberg has also promised similar support for Colorado pols who might face primary challenges over their votes for the gun bills, or support for primary challengers if they didn't. Only 2 Dems bucked Bloombergs marching orders here. Money talks.
Ms. Kelly was supported by approximately $2.5 million in ads paid for by Independence USA that, according to Mr. Wolfson, “helped make the race a referendum on guns.” The New York Times, MSNBC and others all called the race a “win for Bloomberg.”
A reader poll conducted by the Durango Herald shows that Democrat Rep. Mike McLachlan’s constituents are none too pleased with their representation at the Colorado State Capitol. Currently, the poll has received over 400 votes and nearly two-thirds of respondents affirmed that they’d like him recalled. Here’s the breakdown (as of 10am):In Denver and Boulder you have to expect a certain amount of anti-gun sentiment, but the western side of the state is still pretty rural and a gun is regarded as more of a working implement like a pocket knife. Party discipline being what it is, I guess the Dems can get their members to tow the party line even on unpopular measures with the mentality of a suicide bomber. They may get the boot, but as a rule no law, no matter how bad, ever gets repealed.
- 62% say “Absolutely – I’ll be first in line to sign the petition”
- 2% say “Depends on his next votes”
- 29% say “No way – he’s doing a great job”
- 6% say “Who is Mike McLachlan?”
The sponsor of a bill banning concealed weapons on college campuses plans to kill his measure Friday, Democrats have confirmed.Other sources such as Senate President John Morse, are not yet ready to let women defend themselves and suggest that the bill will go forward.
The problem with expanding this is that, you know, with the advent of PTSD, which I think is a new phenomenon as a product of the Iraq War, it’s not clear how the seller or transferrer of a firearm covered by this bill would verify that an individual was a member, or a veteran, and that there was no impairment of that individual with respect to having a weapon like this.Sen. Feinstein is 79 years old, and aside from behavior like this is exhibiting no signs at all of becoming a dotty old hag.
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