Random rant thread Jan 18, 2013 1:07:10 GMT -5
Post by Luckychoices on Jan 18, 2013 1:07:10 GMT -5
"The Muslim Brotherhood’s arms dealer in the White House is operating under a glaring double standard. Either an act of mass murder is a valid reason for depriving people of their civil rights or it isn’t. Either dangerous weapons should be kept out of the hands of potentially dangerous people, or they shouldn’t. But what he can’t do is what he’s trying to do, which is have it both ways, granting special privileges to Muslims abroad and at home, while depriving Americans of their basic civil rights.
If President Mohammed Morsi, who only two years ago described America as an enemy, and who has since then tortured and murdered his only people can be trusted with Abrams tanks and F-16s, then surely the American gun owner can be trusted with an AR-15 and a clip that holds more than ten rounds."
A disturbing comment (shown below) at your link shows how the anti-gun law crowd is really working themselves up into a frenzy over the, "...Muslim Brotherhood’s arms dealer in the White House". Doesn't the last sentence, "Now, with Obama's treasonous gun ban efforts, we can only begin to count the days before the first shots are fired by Patriots seeking to defend the Republic.", concern either of you in the slightest? Which "Patriots" will be firing their shots to "...defend the Republic"? And who should be the target of those shots?
# Arming Terrorist is Treason — Frank95054 2013-01-16 13:50
Aiding and abetting our enemies is an act of treason under Article 3, Section 3 of the United States Constitution. Benghazi was a gun running project by this Administration. Some say, it was a false flag event gone wrong. Hence, the need to blame the murder of Americans on some stupid video. This President, his Cabinet members, and Czars are all guilty of sedition and treason against the Republic. Now, with Obama's treasonous gun ban efforts, we can only begin to count the days before the first shots are fired by Patriots seeking to defend the Republic.