here we go with the watchwords:
"common sense, sensible, intelligent, responsible, law-abiding"
post Gunwalker Scandal, bolster his radical left base headed for 2012 but mainly defend the jackbooted socialist apparatus of atf.gov that has murdered, bankrupted and imprisoned so many innocents since it's inception in 1972.
HIS PEEPS AND
Attorney General, Eric Holder has come forward, finally, to identify
who he will and will not defend. Remember, this is the man who called
us cowards on race. Now, two years after making that statement,
Eric has grown a few.
He says he isn’t going after the New Black Panthers because he
wouldn’t want to “demean his people.” One can assume that
since Obama hasn’t fired his AG by this point, these are his
In case you’re from Normal, IL, two NBP’s were taped in front of
a Philadelphia polling place in combat boots and uniforms, one
holding a club, in clear violation of federal election law. This occurred
on the day Obama was elected, November 4th, 2008. Legendary
Democrat civil rights lawyer, Bartle Bull said, “I have never ever
seen anyone blocking the door to a polling place with a weapon
and yelling at people.”
One of the NBPs, Minister King Samir Shabazz, was filmed at a
public Philly Black Heritage Festival, loudspeaker in hand. He
hollered at the mixed-race crowd, chiding black men for walking
around with their “white, dirty cracker whores” and then came up
with this heartfelt instruction: “You want freedom? You’ve got to kill
some crackers and their babies, too.” These potential mass
murderers are what our Attorney General and President considers
Personally, I just think Samir needs a hug. And that’s just what
Eric Holder did when he dropped the charges against an
already convicted trio of panthers, including Shabazz. The official
DOJ statement was the case wasn’t big enough for the mighty
USA to pursue.
However, J. Christian Adams, long-time and highly-respected
former DOJ attorney, testified under oath that DOJ attorneys
were instructed by their superiors not to pursue black on white
election crime. His colleague, DOJ lawyer Christopher Coates
backed Adam’s testimony. In fact, he was so disgusted by Loretta
King, Obama’s appointment to head the Civil Rights Division
and Assistant AG Steve Rosenbaum, he threw the unread NBP
case notes in Rosenbaum’s face.
For this patriotic act, Coates was relieved of his duties and
banished to South Carolina .
Obama won because people equated
vagueness with integrity
Shovel the below on the stinking pile AG Holder and the President
have been adding to the last two years, like their recent decisions to:
* ignore the Obama Administration’s contempt citation for disobeying
a federal judge for not reinstating off-shore drilling. not enforce
the Clinton signed DOMA because Dear Leader has deemed
* not enforce the Clinton signed DOMA because Dear Leader
has deemed it unconstitutional.
* flaunt another federal judge clearly threatening a contempt order
for the Obamaites because they continued to implement
Obamacare after he ruled it unconstitutional and void.
* sue Arizona for passing a law to enforce the Federal law against
illegal immigration, joined in the suit by Mexico .
* have the EPA do what Congress refused to do: destroy the clean
coal business by sitting on around 80 permits, refusing to say yay or
nay, thus implementing Cap and Tax when it couldn’t even
pass Congress, recently overflowing with progressives.
…and you have what is essentially the formation of a dictator and
his puppet (no George Soros mention here--only Obama and
Holder) undermining the structure and tenets of our founding
documents, the courts, congress and especially our Constitution.
As to the refusal to drill contempt finding, I’m not sure that under
the present energy needs and the way our enemies are moving, a
case couldn’t be made against the Obama Administration for
treason. Liberals consider this another step in showing the world
how sorry we are for being—well—Americans.
We don’t need no stinking Supreme Court
and Congress? Fuhgeddaboudit!
Conservatives understand what I’m talking about. Liberals? Not
so much. Let me illustrate this in a way they can understand.
Let’s say President Palin woke up one Wednesday morning after
the inauguration in 2013, looked longingly to the far northwest, unable
to see Russia from her WH porch, and decided that Obamacare
was unconstitutional and therefore unenforceable. Maybe she’d
also remember how horrific abortion was and with new
scientific evidence how much sooner those fetuses are viable live
little humans with Constitutional rights. Oh and those elections?
“As long as I’m President, never mind.”
I know it’s tough to think things through when your mind is frilled
with hope, change and Media Matters talking points, but do we
really want our government to turn into Libya ? Liberals do.
Eric Holder chided us for being “cowards” on the subject of race.
I just wish he and President Obama had the cajones to tell us they
were only going to enforce the law against whites and not blacks.
Then, after one term of McCain, we would be looking forward to
the second term of President Sarah Palin and VP Colonel Alan
West in 2012.
(Dave Weinbaum is a regular contributor of one-liners and commentaries
to many regional and national publications and web sites, including the
Reader’s Digest, National Enquirer and Forbes and is a regular pundit
for the Jewish World Review (www.jewishworldreview.com). Readers
can reach Dave at email@example.com. Listen to the Dave
Weinbaum Radio Talk show on KTTR 99.7 FM and 1490 AM on
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Obama’s latest ‘gun control’ proposal will not close ‘Gunwalker loophole’
* March 14th, 2011 8:52 am ET
Obama writes on gun law reform in Tucson newspaper
ALSO ON KGUN9.COM
Read about the mass shooting and the aftermath
Web producer: Sheryl Kornman
WASHINGTON. D.C. (KGUN9-TV) - The White House press office Sunday released the text of an essay President Barak Obama wrote for the Op-Ed pages of the Arizona Daily Star on gun law reform.
The essay appears in the Sunday edition of Tucson's morning daily newspaper.
Obama came to Tucson after the shootings t make a public appearance at the University of Arizona. He also visited the shooting victims who survived while they recovered at University Medical Center.
Here's the full, unedited text provided by the White House:
"It's been more than two months since the tragedy in Tucson stunned the nation. It was a moment when we came together as one people to mourn and to pray for those we lost. And in the attack's turbulent wake, Americans by and large rightly refrained from finger-pointing, assigning blame or playing politics with other people's pain.
But one clear and terrible fact remains. A man our Army rejected as unfit for service; a man one of our colleges deemed too unstable for studies; a man apparently bent on violence, was able to walk into a store and buy a gun.
He used it to murder six people and wound 13 others. And if not for the heroism of bystanders and a brilliant surgical team, it would have been far worse.
But since that day, we have lost perhaps another 2,000 members of our American family to gun violence. Thousands more have been wounded. We lose the same number of young people to guns every day and a half as we did at Columbine, and every four days as we did at Virginia Tech.
Every single day, America is robbed of more futures. It has awful consequences for our society. And as a society, we have a responsibility to do everything we can to put a stop to it.
Now, like the majority of Americans, I believe that the Second Amendment guarantees an individual right to bear arms. And the courts have settled that as the law of the land. In this country, we have a strong tradition of gun ownership that's handed from generation to generation. Hunting and shooting are part of our national heritage. And, in fact, my administration has not curtailed the rights of gun owners - it has expanded them, including allowing people to carry their guns in national parks and wildlife refuges.
The fact is, almost all gun owners in America are highly responsible. They're our friends and neighbors. They buy their guns legally and use them safely, whether for hunting or target shooting, collection or protection. And that's something that gun-safety advocates need to accept. Likewise, advocates for gun owners should accept the awful reality that gun violence affects Americans everywhere, whether on the streets of Chicago or at a supermarket in Tucson.
I know that every time we try to talk about guns, it can reinforce stark divides. People shout at one another, which makes it impossible to listen. We mire ourselves in stalemate, which makes it impossible to get to where we need to go as a country.
However, I believe that if common sense prevails, we can get beyond wedge issues and stale political debates to find a sensible, intelligent way to make the United States of America a safer, stronger place.
I'm willing to bet that responsible, law-abiding gun owners agree that we should be able to keep an irresponsible, law-breaking few - dangerous criminals and fugitives, for example - from getting their hands on a gun in the first place.
I'm willing to bet they don't think that using a gun and using common sense are incompatible ideas - that we should check someone's criminal record before he can check out at a gun seller; that an unbalanced man shouldn't be able to buy a gun so easily; that there's room for us to have reasonable laws that uphold liberty, ensure citizen safety and are fully compatible with a robust Second Amendment.
That's why our focus right now should be on sound and effective steps that will actually keep those irresponsible, law-breaking few from getting their hands on a gun in the first place.
• First, we should begin by enforcing laws that are already on the books. The National Instant Criminal Background Check System is the filter that's supposed to stop the wrong people from getting their hands on a gun. Bipartisan legislation four years ago was supposed to strengthen this system, but it hasn't been properly implemented. It relies on data supplied by states - but that data is often incomplete and inadequate. We must do better.
• Second, we should in fact reward the states that provide the best data - and therefore do the most to protect our citizens.
• Third, we should make the system faster and nimbler. We should provide an instant, accurate, comprehensive and consistent system for background checks to sellers who want to do the right thing, and make sure that criminals can't escape it.
Porous background checks are bad for police officers, for law-abiding citizens and for the sellers themselves. If we're serious about keeping guns away from someone who's made up his mind to kill, then we can't allow a situation where a responsible seller denies him a weapon at one store, but he effortlessly buys the same gun someplace else.
Clearly, there's more we can do to prevent gun violence. But I want this to at least be the beginning of a new discussion on how we can keep America safe for all our people.
I know some aren't interested in participating. Some will say that anything short of the most sweeping anti-gun legislation is a capitulation to the gun lobby. Others will predictably cast any discussion as the opening salvo in a wild-eyed scheme to take away everybody's guns. And such hyperbole will become the fodder for overheated fundraising letters.
But I have more faith in the American people than that. Most gun-control advocates know that most gun owners are responsible citizens. Most gun owners know that the word "commonsense" isn't a code word for "confiscation." And none of us should be willing to remain passive in the face of violence or resigned to watching helplessly as another rampage unfolds on television.
As long as those whose lives are shattered by gun violence don't get to look away and move on, neither can we.
We owe the victims of the tragedy in Tucson and the countless unheralded tragedies each year nothing less than our best efforts - to seek consensus, to prevent future bloodshed, to forge a nation worthy of our children's futures."
Obama Administration To Hold Gun Policy Meetings With Goal Of Policy Changes
Spearheaded by the Department of Justice, the talks were described by one individual involved in the discussions as a “feeling-out process.” With more official meetings set to begin shortly, they provide the clearest indication to date that the White House is readying a response to the shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.) and 19 others at Tucson in early January.
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