Thursday, May 16, 2013

Why are we not watching Impeachment proceedings?

This is nuts . . .  lets look at it:

  • Benghazi. .  4 dead Americans including the Ambassador. . . Probably a gun running operation to our enemies.
  • IRS used to attack political opposition during election
  • Selling arms, aircraft and tanks to Muslim Brotherhood
  • IRS getting thousands of medical records
  • Gun running into Mexico
  • Voter Fraud
  • Illegally putting US troop into Libya
  • and on and on . . . .
Yet no one has the guts to do what is right and impeach him.  


He needs to go and fast folks.  He is ruining this country the way they claimed Bush was. . . but he is real and he IS doing it.  Time for the folks in DC to get some balls and actually follow the oath they took and protect us from this domestic enemy of our Constitution. . . 

Saturday, May 11, 2013

New Jersey Gunman

You can see the story HERE

Folks this should be listed as more proof gun control does not work.

NJ has some of the harshest gun laws around, you need a permit for a BB gun last I checked there.

Yet we still have a madman getting a gun and taking kids hostage.  He has been holding them for over 12 hours now. . . .

This is a fail folks.

Time to end gun control and start to look for a real way to identify people at risk for this kind of breakdown and how to treat them before they snap.  None of the new laws proposed in DC would do a damn thing to stop this and they all know it and admit it.

For the average citizen gun control is about safety, for the government it is all about control of us, and not our safety.  The citizens and the government are not on the same page.

For civilians safety starts with education about guns, and expansion of gun rights.  Citizen gun control means having one and known when and how to use it. . .  .

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Open Letter to MA State House

Dear State House

 I wanted to drop a note as I have not heard any more out of the State House on the current batch of gun control bills that were started this year.

As the events in Boston have shown we have evil in our state that wants to do us harm.  I was embarrassed and scared for the people I saw on TV being pulled from their homes by the Police as they searched for the bomber.  The thought that our state has disarmed them and left them and their children at the mercy of a terrorist was to be blunt sickening to me.  And they are still questioning people, we don’t know if they acted alone or not. ..  sure looks like they had help. . .
Events have shown that this is not the time to be disarming the people of this state in order to fix imagined weaknesses in our gun laws.  How anyone can vote for gun control after this is beyond me.   The Boston terrorists showed our laws don’t stop criminals, only law abiding citizens.  They got guns, ammo, and bombs all without any kind of license. . . yet you want to punish me for following all laws and restrict my rights?  That makes no one any safer. . . and puts my family at risk.
Instead we need to straighten up our gun laws, make them easier to understand, and stop attacking the rights of law abiding gun owners.  The idea that I need to store my rifle at a gun club (only one in the state is licensed by the way) or should have to pay insurance to exercise my right is outrageous.  We need to get rid of the magazine limits, not lower them.  All those cops had standard magazines in their guns, what would one lone civilian be able do to with a low capacity magazine if the terrorist broke into his home and attacked his or her family?

 I now a number of people that are now working towards or have applied for their gun permits.  The wait for them is now around 120 days after you pass inspection by your local police (state law says you should have your permit in 40 days) but you don’t hear about this on the news. . . why is the state delaying permits against our own laws?  You can't find guns or ammo on store shelves to purchase. . . people obviously don't want more gun control forced on them.
A good test of any gun law would be to compare it to voting. . . would you accept a law that makes you buy insurance to vote?  Or have everyone in the state go to one polling place? 
Or you could look at it against our right to Free Speech. . . would you find a law that limited you to one email a month to be legal?  How about limiting the number of words you can use in the email?
Please, in the name of public safety, for the safety of my wife and kids please vote NO on any new gun control bills that may come up to a vote.

Thank you