Another Bright Shining Lie

Hat Tip: Lew Rockwell.com

by Michael Gaddy

The state has many weapons in its arsenal to keep Boobus ignorant of their illegal, unconstitutional activities and in compliance with its confiscatory tax and slavery system. In all likelihood, the two most often used of these weapons are fear and prevarication.

Our new US Attorney General/Race Agitator, Eric Holder, last week used a bright shining lie in his advocating the introduction of a new Assault Weapons Ban. (AWB) He stated:

“Putting the ban back in place would not only be a positive move by the United States, it would help cut down on the flow of guns going across the border into Mexico, which is struggling with heavy violence among drug cartels along the border. I think that will have a positive impact in Mexico, at a minimum.”

What a crock; believing the fantastically wealthy drug cartels actually secure their weapons from America is analogous to taking a hamburger to a steak dinner. The drug cartels use their millions, if not billions, to purchase some of the finest weaponry that can be had, far exceeding the firepower of their state-armed opponents in both Mexico and the US.

One of my sources in federal law enforcement in the El Paso area stated it was common for his forces to be totally outgunned by members of the cartels. To believe these weapons came from weapons that are currently legal in this country is preposterous and an obvious lie.

Mr. Holder has no fear of armed drug cartel members; his fear is a well-armed citizenry awakening to the tyranny now running rampant in our government!

The vehicle most likely to be used by these tyrants to inflict us with more of their unconstitutional crap would be a remake of HR 1022, legislation that was introduced back in 2007 and has already been through several required committees. This onerous piece of legislation would prohibit from private ownership such vile weapons as the Ruger 10/22 and Hi-Point carbine. I can assure you any drug runner worth his salt would be embarrassed and laughed out of the hood were he to appear with either of these weapons!

Of course also outlawed with this proposed legislation would be any high capacity (hi-cap) magazines for both rifle and pistol. I have yet to have any of these bureaucrats explain to me how the 11th round fired is much more dangerous than the first 10. I am also sure none of these idiots have witnessed Doug Koenig, Rob Leatham, or Todd Jarrett do rapid-fire pistol shooting with multiple magazine reloads.

A February 20, 2009 State Department memo stated, “…with cartels employing automatic weapons and grenades.” Everyone with the exception of new presidents and attorney generals are aware neither automatic weapons nor grenades are legal in this country. But, this is what we must endure when we elect “anointed” people to high office.

Obviously lost on our new administration is the fact drug cartels with millions of dollars at their disposal have no trouble buying mayors, police officers, judges and even presidents; I’m sure obtaining weapons including grenades, fully automatic weapons, and rocket launchers present no problems.

To believe the illegal confiscation and outlawing of legally obtained weapons from those who believe in their God-given right to protect what is theirs, is ignorance in the extreme, or the simple desire to protect tyrannical government officials as they move to deprive citizens of their freedom. Any other reason stated by these criminals is a damnable lie.

Jefferson said, “No freeman shall be debarred the use of arms within his own lands” How did this country evolve from the wisdom of Jefferson to the ignorance, prevarication and tyrannical tendencies of Obama and Holder? We have only ourselves to blame. We were warned!

em>Michael Gaddy, an Army veteran of Vietnam, Grenada, and Beirut, lives in the Four Corners area of the American Southwest.

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