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Saturday, January 12, 2013

Be Afraid; Be Very Afraid

Not of this:


But of this:


Remember Ruby Ridge? Government agents entrapped Randy Weaver and later sent an FBI team to his home in the hills where they shot his 12-year-old son in the back and killed him and then shot his wife standing in the door holding their infant. Randy was also shot in the back. Later Randy was acquitted for killing an agent.  No one in the administration went to trial for their murders.


Samuel and Vicki Weaver with were murdered by federal agents under altered "rules of engagement."
Remember Waco? Seventy-six men, women, and children killed by the BATF and their buddies. No trial, no jury. They killed the kids to save the kids! No one in the Clinton administration was punished. The local sheriff who occasionally shot at the compound's shooting range, said he could have gone up to the door, knocked and talked to David Koresh. 


Remember Benghazi: four Americans dead because of the federal government's failure to protect and defend. Read about the scandal here



I definitely think assault weapons should be banned for the federal government. No American is safe while the feds have these instruments of murder and death. 

And speaking of murder and death, realize that Obama has said that he can order the assassination of any American he believes is a terrorist on his own authority. Read more here.

Be Afraid; Be Very Afraid!

8 comments:

Ray Schneider said...

I don't know how many atrocities the government has to perpetrate before the people actually stop it? The media colludes with the politicians to lie about what is going on, but it is very apparent that we're losing our freedom and that the government is largely out of control.

Sometimes you just have to stand athwart history and yell STOP even if no one is listening.

Adrienne said...

We live spitting distance to Ruby Ridge and watched in horror as military tanks traversed a dirt road in order to kill innocent people. It changed forever how we view our government.

Anonymous said...

Wow. Paranoia lives. I'd much rather the government be in charge than a bunch of gun-crazy, uber-religious people like you seem to be. Just basing my opinion on what you post on your blog here, which is one of the most neo-conservative I"ve ever seen.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

Definition of paranoia: Suspicion and mistrust of people or their actions without evidence or justification.

Apparently the dead people murdered by government are invisible to you. I suspect the corpses of millions of unborn babies "buried" with the trash in our landfills don't matter to you either. And no doubt you trust Obama only to order the assassination of real terrorist not the pro-lifers designated by Homeland Security as "domestic terrorists."

But PLEASE! I am NOT a neo-conservative; I am an out and proud paleo-conservative - like most of the founding fathers.

Anita Moore said...

Hey anonymous, why don't you crack a history book and find out that the single biggest murderers of innocent people in history are governments. The Soviet Union...Red China...Communist Cambodia...North Korea...Nazi Germany...any number of corrupt African regimes...the list goes on. It is governments that have the organization and ability to concentrate and harness coercive police powers; that is why, unlike us gun-crazy, ueber-religious people, governments can kill with impunity. Enter the Second Amendment, which guarantees the right to keep and bear arms. It is a bulwark against tyranny.

c matt said...

Hey anonymous, remember that pro-abort saying that they thought was so witty? Don't want an abortion? Don't have one.

I got one for you: Don't want a gun? Don't buy one.

And to make you safe from armed criminals, just wear a button that says "Gun Free Zone." That'll show'em!

Anonymous said...

What a bunch of wacky racist hate filled people WHO ALL LOVED GUNS MORE THAN PEOPLE. THAT VICKI WEAVERS FAMILY DHOULD BE ASHAMED OF THE JOB THEY DID WITH HER. THE WHOLE LOT WERE LOSERS

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

So it's okay to murder people if you don't like their religion or politics? That sounds like hatred to me, Anonymous. It certainly isn't the way you change people's hearts and minds. And it seems like you have a hatred for those who support the second amendment. Sounds like the pot calling the kettle black.