Archive for 16 Nov 2008

Guns and Stuff

Posted: 16 Nov 2008 in Politics
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Here’s a good reason why I don’t watch news on TV.

CNN’s Toobin Seems Puzzled by Difference Between a Gun and a Missile

Liberal CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin appeared on the Tavis Smiley show on PBS on Wednesday night, and Smiley focused on several “hot button” issues that were largely ignored in the general election: campaign finance reform, abortion, racial preferences, and gun control. Toobin insisted that Obama’s long list of small (and unidentified) donors suggests “there’s less risk of corruption, I think.” On Supreme Court picks, he said Obama will pick someone with liberal views on abortion and racial preferences, but insisted that Obama really matches Reagan appointee Sandra Day O’Connor’s views on race. On gun control, Toobin defined the struggle strangely, like he wasn’t very smart about weapons: “What’s the line between a handgun in D.C. and a surface-to-air missile? I think the courts are going to have to figure that out.”

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Toobin is a fucking moron.

Nice op-ed here: (H/T Alphecca)

A letter to our President-elect

But we need more than hope about our guns. We have forgiven you your statement about “bitter gun owners” but we have not forgotten. Our guns are not just tools to us; neither are they simply self-protection devices. Guns are the symbols of our freedom. We understand that subjugation of a people begins with control of their individual weapons and we are not naïve enough to believe it could never happen here. We have taken Machiavelli to heart; to paraphrase, “An armed man is a citizen. An unarmed man is a subject.” We don’t forget, and will never forget, that throughout the history of this nation, guns have always been the final, literal guarantee of our freedom.

Don’t forget, the 19th is “Buy Ammo Day”.

I’ll be adding some buckshot to the supply.

More on Prop 8

Posted: 16 Nov 2008 in Politics
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The homosexual activists that lost the election on November 4th, are trying to overturn the electorate buy using the courts. Legislating from the court is what the founding fathers warned about from the start. Now we have the extreme left homosexual lobby and organizations such as the NAACP supporting the homosexual lobby.

What is extremely interesting about this, is that 70%, that’s 7 in 10 blacks voted in favor of proposition 8. Yep, the same 90% of blacks that voted for Obama, voted for prop 8 with 70%. The liberal lunatics should have thought about that one when they “Got out the vote”. Yet their so-called civil rights organization doesn’t want to abide by the election results due to their extreme view of things. Black people everywhere should let this organization know that they are not happy with this stance.

The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, the Mexican-American Legal Defense Fund, the Asian Pacific American Legal Center and two other groups petitioned the state Supreme Court to prevent the change from taking effect.

Here we have three organizations that say they represent their particular races, yet all three race categories overwhelmingly voted for prop 8. That should really speak volumes to the people that they supposedly represent.

Here’s a couple articles:

Homosexual activists accused of ‘domestic terrorism’

The Mormon church on Friday blamed opponents of California’s homosexual marriage ban for sending hoax mailings containing white powder to temples, while a group that also supported the measure condemned “acts of domestic terrorism against our supporters.”

Calif. homosexuals try to ‘gut democratic process’

Attorneys are getting set to square off before the California Supreme Court to protect traditional marriage. Voters decided earlier this month to overturn the state high court’s legalization of homosexual “marriage,” but activists have filed suit to overturn the outcome. Glen Lavy, an attorney with the Alliance Defense Fund, comments on the situation.

Elderly Prop. 8 supporter roughed up, filing charges

An elderly California woman will file charges against homosexuals who attacked her during a protest against the passage of Proposition 8.

If the court that overturned the original vote in favor of marriage as a man and a woman, then the electoral process in this state is dead. We will no longer be living in a democratic state.

I for one, will find out what organizations and companies support the homosexual agenda and boycott their products and call on all prop 8 supporters to do the same. There are a hell of a lot more of us than there are of them.