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"...But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their future security..." The Declaration of Independence


Friday, December 21, 2012

NRA PRESS CONFERENCE (VIDEO) Following Sandy Hook Tragedy 12/21/12

If the media and political elite were honest, they would listen hard to what this man is saying.

But, they are not honest.  They are hell bent on politicizing this incident to restrict our right to keep and bear arms.

Without question, Newtown is a horrific tragedy.  But,  it's because there are restrictions on firearms that things like this happen more often.

If schools were not "gun free zones", maybe this insane shooter would have thought twice; might have decided against his tragic course of action.

Our Constitution restricts the government.  The Second Amendment 'is supposed to' prevent the government from   infringing on our right to keep and bear arms.

I'd like to know the shooter's history.  I'd like to know about his contacts, teachers, government/state involvement, psychological history, his doctors names, and other associated entities.  

I ask myself if this guy could have been programmed to carryout such a horrific deed.  I ask myself the same questions surrounding the shooting in the movie theater in Aurora, Colorado.

I don't think it wise to underestimate the lengths the government would go to create an anti-second amendment sentiment.  They didn't seem to mind that hundreds of folks would be murdered with firearms walked across our southern border into Mexico.  They wanted the murders, in fact.

Why else would the government not put tracking devices on the firearms like Bush did with his gun walking Operation?

So, Fast and Furious was a disaster for the administration and other proponents of gun control.  Conservatives halted the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty, so that attempt to back-door gun control in our country failed.  

As crazy as it would sound in another era, this day and age I wouldn't put it past this administration (or some clandestine entity of the government) to have something like this occur.  Why?   To further their agenda, of course - Citizen disarmament  in this case.

I don't like thinking this could be a possibility, but I would not rule it out unless I  examined all the facts myself. 

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