1) from obamaballotchallenge.com: 'Obama convicted by citizens' court for fraud (Now, Who's gonna Arrest Him?) :)' - George M. - Sept. 19
Step by step. Citizens’ Grand Juries making the legal case for his removal (NOT impeachment, since that implies that he is a legitimate president), and then Oathkeepers, both retired and active, acting on that legally vetted information. We don’t have to take it to the judicial system as it is, since it has proven to be as corrupt as the Usurper and his administration (especially including the AG); the Constitution allows this Citizens’ Grand Jury end-around of s corrupt judicial system.
And actually, the sitting Congress needs to go as well, for not doing its constitutional duty in regards to a rogue executive. The whole kit and kaboodle of a corrupt D.C. – out. With an Officer of The People, appointed by an assembly of The People in D.C. – taking their country back from the Usurper and his minions – calling for elections within ‘a time certain’, and in the meantime, cleaning out the nest of vipers that have taken over the executive branch of government.
It’s one fell swoop time, Patriots. Let’s rise to the occasion. History demands such a response, from those who would defend the Republic in its hour of most need. And you can tell YOUR grandchildren what you did in The Great Takeback.
Stan, 7 hours ago [Sept. 19]
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2) from 2012: What's the 'real 'truth?: 'Gun Nuts Peddle Gruesome Lies in Face of Tragedy' - by Sally Kohn, Salon - Sept. 17 - posted at 2012 on Sept. 19
I suggest you wait until all the facts have come out before slandering the NRA and gun owners. There was no AR-15 involved. He started out with a shotgun. I suppose we should outlaw shotguns?
The issue here is not the gun, but the person behind the gun. Seems he had emotional issues and was on psychotropic drugs. Why isn’t the Lame Stream Media covering that angle?
Gun Free Zones have got to be the dumbest thing I have ever heard of. That is an open invitation for criminals and those with mental issues to come right in and start shooting. Might as well put up a sign saying “We are unarmed. Take what you want, shoot who you will. We can’t stop you until the police get here.”
By the way, look up the statistics. The highest crime and murder rates are in areas with the strictest gun laws. On the other hand, there are stories every day about thieves, murderers and rapists being stopped because an armed citizen had a gun.
Gun grabbers are going to have to deal with the fact that you are not going to disarm the public. It is not going to happen. People have a right to defend themselves.
Concerning Mayors Against Illegal Guns – give me a break. A lot of Mayors jumped ship on this group once they found out what their motives really are – disarming the public. Ask King Bloomberg how his money and influence worked out in Colorado.
“The best way to stop a bad person with a gun is a good person with a gun.”
- Jean says:
September 19, 2013 at 7:44 pm
Thanks, Hal! Lot’s of people are confused by the slant put on this issue . . . it is a non-issue. The Founding Fathers wanted us to keep guns to be able to defend ourselves from our government gone awry – and our government, such as it is, clealry [sic] understands this. Hugs, ~Jean
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- September 20, 2013 at 2:03 am
Excellent comment to the original post, Jean. Between the issue about psychotropic drugs causing a lot of this mayhem, and the reason for the U.S.’s Second Amendment in the first place, and the current administration wanting to disarm the public of any reasonable defense against it, we’ve got the REAL issue.
And as you say elsewhere in this thread: Once people are allowed to have “a decent life” – and all that that comment implies – this nightmare will be over. We must hang in there – and indeed, do our best to keep such weapons out of the hands of people who are on meds. That’s a key part of the tragedy here, that is well over time being addressed, by a people relying on their ‘authority figures’ too much. (The medical-pharmaceutical complex have a great deal to answer for in this regard.)