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Location: Yardley, PA (Bucks County), United States

Sunday, July 01, 2012

Fast, Furious and Really Dumb -

I know what you’re thinking and, no, I’m not running around the house naked wearing a tin-foil hat. I don’t even wear hats. As a Camden County resident some years ago I noticed that violent crime in Camden would periodically surge in direct correlation to gun control discussions among elected officials. Not being a conspiracy theorist I gave it a passing thought and then moved on with my life. Those in charge couldn’t possibly be so evil as to encourage extreme violence to support their arguments for additional gun control. Vell, that’s exactly what your President has done and it’s sick beyond comprehension. In undt nutshell, the Injustice Department put large amounts of American-bought guns in the hands of untold numbers of Mexican drug cartel personnel to use in their various criminal activities. One of our own Border Patrol Agents was murdered by one of these personnel and it looks like hundreds of Mexican deaths were indirectly assisted by our illustrious leaders. The goal was for public outrage to scream for gun control. Well, last time I went to my friendly gun shop I had to take a rain check because the customer counter (which is about 25 feet across) was 6 people deep and I didn’t have the time to hang out. Sadly, there’s still two major calibers that I don’t have represented in my gun collection which is very upsetting. I’m going to have to fix that ASAP. Why are some so obsessed with gun control? I understand why someone like Hitler, for example, was on his gun control crusade which began in 1928 Germany for, of course, “the good of the people”, but in America? Ironically, the same exact lemmings here are the same exact ones that were crusaders in 1928 Germany. In fact, I’ll bet that some are direct descendants. I even know a few. I won’t go into the usual “My gun collection is just as dangerous to society as your shoe collection” arguments. Let’s take a slightly deeper look. Firearm ownership, whether you own firearms or not, is the utter foundation of our freedom. Our nation is defined by individual rights, personal responsibility, accountability and self-reliance. These qualities are inconsistent with our current politics, though. Can you even call yourself free if you look to government for all of your safety, education, food, shelter, health care and retirement? Way too many don’t care and seem to fear the personal responsibility that freedom requires more than anything else. It’s all about control, power and corruption. I’m in a hurry, but feel free to email me or leave a comment for further discussion if you have any questions. It’s weird and somewhat beyond the ability of rational people to understand. So don’t feel bad if it’s not resonating - you’re not alone. Gun control is a tool to turn citizens into subjects and should really be resisted regardless of how you feel about guns. Gun control laws ignore intent in that they’re aimed at those who haven’t actually done anything morally wrong. Such laws proclaim the moral content of your actions to be irrelevant. This sends a message that one’s character isn’t all that important, that understanding the difference between right and wrong doesn’t matter and that it’s more important to follow orders than to act responsibly and ethically. How convenient. Getting back to President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder in their super-demented effort to create a call for gun control to further their agenda… Their actions are bad enough, but now we add dead bodies to the mix as a direct result of their warped Fast & Furious “program”. Stay tuned for how this will shake out as the efforts by some to expose this in its entirety are escalating as we speak. I’m hoping for the worst, but if all else fails tin-foil is cheap. In the meantime, the Obama and Holder team have done more for gun sales than anyone in recent history. Every gun shop owner from coast to coast owes them a sincere debt of gratitude.