Entrenched Ideologue President Obama MUST Be Crushed On His First Legislative Construct Attempt At Gun Banning….

American Patriots must see through the guise that is intentionally Obambulated double-speak.   President Obama will, and is, lying about his affiliated intentions toward gun control in exactly the same way he lied about healthcare control:

      • President Obama said ‘no-one will lose their doctor’ – lie
      • President Obama said ‘health insurance premiums will decrease’ – lie
      • President Obama said ’32 million more Americans would be covered’ – lie
      • President Obama said ‘you would get to keep your insurance carrier’ – lie
      • President Obama said ‘Obamacare would only cost $400 billion’ – lie
      • President Obama said ‘Obamacare would not impact medicare’ – lie
      • President Obama said ‘ it will not impact the deficit’ – lie

( Today ) President Obama on Sunday said he would make gun control a priority in his new term, pledging to put his “full weight” behind passing new restrictions on firearms in 2013.


I’m going to be putting forward a package and I’m going to be putting my full weight behind it,” Obama said in an interview aired on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” “I’m going to be making an argument to the American people about why this is important and why we have to do everything we can to make sure that something like what happened at Sandy Hook Elementary does not happen again.”

In the wake of the Dec. 14 mass shooting at a Newtown, Conn., school, the president has launched a White House task force led by Vice President Biden to present proposals in January to help stem gun violence. Obama has said that he would seek a broad approach to the problem addressing the role of violence in entertainment and measures to improve mental healthcare.

But he has also called on Congress to move quickly to reinstate the federal assault weapons ban and a ban on the sale of high-capacity magazines.

Obama on Sunday repeated those calls and said he would meet with lawmakers on both sides of the aisles to see action.

“I’ve been very clear that an assault-rifle ban, banning these high capacity clips, background checks, that there are a set of issues that I have historically supported and will continue to support,” the president said.  (more)


“New restrictions on firearms” is not “assault-rifle ban”.   Two different constructs.   Obama is asking for the original *bi-partisan*  “assault weapons ban” to be returned and then additionally “new restrictions on firearms” will get his full weight……

When, just when, are we gonna learn to get the heck off the field, walk up to the top of the bleachers, and look at the WHOLE GAME ?   Yes they can, yes they will, it’s quite possible, and Americans WILL allow.  Want Proof ?   OBAMACARE !!

You better start paying a lot closer attention to what these communists are saying, because according to Diane Feinstein the Land Pattern Musket will be illegal to sell, transfer, import, or manufacture in the United States. There is not a single firearm in production today or that was produced after the 1700′s regardless of the type, caliber, feed system, or design that will be legal to own without registration.   NOT ONE!

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33 Responses to Entrenched Ideologue President Obama MUST Be Crushed On His First Legislative Construct Attempt At Gun Banning….

  1. Arkindole says:

    It will be recorded in history that Obama and the Democrats started it–if they want it that way, so be it.
    We will not start it, they will.
    These fellows and others will not turn over their equipment.

    How many on their side is range qualified?


    • Coast says:

      Hopefully, before it would get to this point, the “smart” Governors would simply say that the states are not following any Federal gun restrictions laws, since the Constitution clearly says that the Fed govt can not infringe. Thus, gun control IS NOT a Federal issue.


      • jordan2222 says:

        Well, that’s the way it SHOULD be but so should a lot of other things. The turning point in our losing the Constitutional Republic began when the Confederacy, who had legally seceded, was defeated by an enemy federal government, effectively ending State’s Rights.

        The enemy remains the same.


  2. Sharon says:

    “……something like what happened at Sandy Hook Elementary does not happen again.”

    Then while he’s at it, he needs to collect all of the (short and long) kitchen knives as well….he obviously isn’t aware of the attack at the Chinese school last week where some guy stabbed 21 or so children with a knife.

    And for those who have taken martial arts training, probably should start cutting all their arms off because their arms are deadly weapons.

    And take away everybody’s cars.

    This has NOTHING to do with gun control, but–unfortunately–those who depend on deception in order to retain their power will always be able to find an audience willing to be deceived.


    • elvischupacabra says:

      Don’t forget subways. So far, in 2012, more people have died being pushed in front of these unsafe, fast-moving NYC subways than died in Ted Kennedy’s car.

      Trains should be restricted to above ground freight hauling, only. When our Founders decided to regulate commerce, no way they saw trains, planes and automobiles out there. There’s no reason for anyone to ride in a train, especially one that carries more than 30 people, goes faster than 10 mph or takes more that 6 feet to stop. Take a bus or walks. We want no more subway murders!!!!


  3. In 2010 there were 4.25 million motor vehicles registered in the US and 17,250 drunk driving deaths. Same year 300 million registered weapons and 10,174 gun related deaths. Where are the legislature and liberals pushing for more drunk driving laws…oh, can’t be more outlawed than it already is. Then add motor vehicle deaths from speeding, running stop signs and a myriad of other ways one can kill with a vehicle. Where is the outrage. Why rage against guns? It is because of different MOTIVE, not different rules or trust.


  4. Sal Paradise says:

    There was a ton of other watch outs as well with that interview on Meet the Press. I was amused when David G lobbed another softball to the pres, asking about Rice and Bengazi. The one actually said Rice was the furthest person from the event and was disappointed how much the right attacked her, even though they paraded her out in front of all the press shows for days to continue to tell the boldest of lies. Of course, David, the good Kool aid drinker, didn’t follow up with that.

    BTW, he certainly didn’t bring up the current gun laws stopped this indvidual from purchasing weapons before he stole them from his mother and he didn’t think more guns in school was the answer, even though his kids have SS detail at their school.

    Listening to the entire interview, he is not responsible for anything and it’s the evil right that is causing all the problems.


  5. Arkindole says:

    Hah! From outen the web somewhere…

    “A big one: I along with most of the other local beef ranchers here have pulled our stock from the public market. We’re selling to private parties only at what amounts to a lower rate than supermarkets charge. We finagled a local butcher to slaughter and package the beef once it’s sold (so in essence folks are buying a live beef and for their cost getting a final product). Why is this important? We’re making more money, people are saving money and we’re throwing the finger to the markets. Watch this type of movement because it’s going to gain momentum and is already happening in several states. And not just beef either. A friend of mine whom is a major supplier to Tyson poultry didn’t renew his contract with them after they tried to force him to lower his price. He went local and he’s making more and folks are saving more. Bottom line:

    The Inner cities may control the vote but by God we control the food. And to the man we’re ready to scorch the earth before we let them take it away…”


    • howie says:

      Good plan. It is time to do it. The price must be paid.


    • Sharon says:

      Excellent. More power to ’em.


    • michellc says:

      This has been in the works for quite sometime. Farmers and ranchers have been sick and tired of being hit by the environmentalists, animal rights activists and government before Obama came along. So for awhile the smaller farms and ranches have been taking their product local. The larger farms and ranches have been trying to figure out the best way to go about it.
      People like to make fun of rural people and say rural people are stuck in the fifties and have no voice. Well without the backwards rural folks, you don’t eat. As one woman told me when her and her husband decided to not renew a contract they had for years, if you want to throw in your lot with the environmentalists, animal rights activists and the EPA, then you better have them provide you food, we’re tired of feeding those who bite our hands.
      Activists made farmers and ranchers the enemy, the dumbest thing they could ever do and I’ve been saying for years it was only a matter of time before it came back to bite them in the butt.


      • Sharon says:

        And the idiot inner city activists have no clue that those “stupid rural people” have equipment that costs up to a quarter-million bucks, per piece, which is only in use for 2 weeks of the year….those rural folks are not stupid by a long shot. And most of them know a whole lot more about every day living and handling money than any 250 city-smarty-pants intellectuals do.

        Your last paragraph is perfect.


        • michellc says:

          Something else about those stupid rural people even without the quarter-million dollar equipment, they’re smart enough to still get the crops in without it. They’ve used technology to their advantage, but they know how to survive without it as well.
          A good friend of mine who owns a pig farm as well as a crop farm had their equipment vandalized a few years ago when the animal activists were targeting pig farms. The people responsible got a slap on the wrist and had to pay retribution. The damages were around $300,000 and the guy in court said, “it was a couple of tractors, how could it cost that much?” They still haven’t gotten their money but they do make them pay, every time they miss a payment, they have them put back in jail, which each time some stupid judge lowers the payment and they get off paying half of what was owed to them that year.
          These kinds of stories seldom make the news, you always get to see the doctored videos of how cruel all the farmers are, but you rarely get to see what the farmers and ranchers have to go through trying to make a living and feed a country of ungrateful people.
          BTW, these people were only even charged because the owner and his hands were armed and stopped them before they could do even more damage and held them at gunpoint until the law arrived. So it would make the activists extremely happy to disarm the farmers and ranchers, as their mischief would be easier to accomplish.

          I don’t think many people realize just how many angles the assault on weapons is coming from, all of them with their own agenda.

          Yes, this is a touchy subject for me because I hate the stereotypes that are placed on us that live in rural areas, I hate seeing my friends and neighbors under attack all the time, I hate that people don’t see that guns go beyond protection for rural people.


  6. elvischupacabra says:

    Large diameter PVC pipe, capped on both ends, with packets of silica gel inside makes a great, easily buried gun/ammo stash. That’s why I like the AK and the 7.62 X 65. They store well for years, especially out in the desert.

    “Wolverines!” you jug-eared, POS motherfuc*er!


  7. Sharon says:


    The question then becomes whether we are actually shook up enough by what happened here that it does not just become another one of these routine episodes where it gets a lot of attention for a couple of weeks and then it drifts away. It certainly won’t feel like that to me. This is something that – you know, that was the worst day of my presidency. And it’s not something that I want to see repeated.

    There are a couple of things in that statement that enrage me.

    1. “whether we are actually shook up enough….” since when is “being shook up” a foundational reason for changing the Bill of Rights? or even for advocating legislation, no matter what kind? Of course, his choice of words speaks truly about how he operates which has nothing to do with Constitutional procedure or judicial and legislative precedent.

    2. “…that was the worst day of my presidency…” well, it’s nice to know that the deliberate negligence of duty that resulted in the murders of four Americans in Benghazi runs at least a second worst in his perspective. Frankly, I’m guessing the Benghazi deaths aren’t even in the top 20 of his worst days for him personally.


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  10. john says:

    lets see pol pot took the guns Hitler took the guns Moa took the guns…You see a pattern here Dah.


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