Here we go AGAIN…… 29 Sep 2010 @ 06:00Posted by Supreme General Rayegun in : Gubmint , comments closed
This one COULD almost fall into the black pot kettle category, but the progressives are so predictable even that category is getting redundant ad nauseum. Plus, I’m too lazy today to go back and find out where the counter was last at.
Anyways, most of the talking heads on the boob tube today have been squawking about this incident over in Austin this morning. Being that this happened at 0830-ish Central Time, the clearly predictable anti-Second Amendment crowd has most certainly clogged the telephone lines of every whack-job Congresscritter in DC that will listen to them with cries of “BAN GUNS”.
Yo, numbnuts….the AK-47 is already a banned weapon. Your laws they ain’t no workee so guud when a 19 year-old skull full of mush can not only parade the piece around a university campus but then also decides to take pot shots as well. Lucky for the locals, said skull of mush was a lousy shot. Or then again, maybe not. Said skull is now residing in the morgue thanks to a self-inflicted GSW.
So help me if there are new reports that come out in the nect week or so that state the reason said skull of mush went haywire is because mommie and daddy were going to vote for the TEA party candidate OR because junior lost his minimum wage job to a person of Jewish faith I will summarily start a full-blown RCOB while foaming at the mouth like Cujo.
Heck, I have to stop here before I have to get the emergency roll of duct tape to keep my head from exploding.
SCOTUS takes 234 years to confirm Second Amendment 29 Jun 2010 @ 06:00Posted by Supreme General Rayegun in : Americana , comments closed
While it took damn long enough to happen, happen it did. Today the Supreme Court confirmed the right each of us already knew and have known for 234 years, as Americans we DAMN SURE can own firearms for our self-defense. WND has the best coverage I found here.
In the 2008 Heller case, the court ruled that the 2nd Amendment’s right to be armed was an individual right, but that case pertained only to the District of Columbia. With today’s decision in the case brought by Otis McDonald of Chicago, the high court applied that definition to all the states as well.
“The right to keep and bear arms must be regarded as a substantive guarantee, not a prohibition that could be ignored so long as the States legislated in an evenhanded manner,” Justice Samuel Alito wrote for the majority.
Well I’ll be.
The problem I see in this is that the SCOTUS HAD to even take up this case in the first place. Clearly the progressives on BOTH sides of the ticket have derailed the Constitution enough that it takes a case like this to put the Second Amendment back where it belongs. It’s appalling what these self-righteous power whores and their willing accomplices in the lap-dog media and the “heavies” pulling enforcement via union thuggery have done to this country. They need to be thrown out the door.
I for one am glad that the SCOTUS did the right thing. This will hopefully keep us all from going “Da, comrad” anytime soon.