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Government Schools are Lap Dog Training Centers

dogobedience.jpgGovernment schools train the students how to be good soldiers and servants. They are taught to be obedient and to do what they are told. The students are taught that it is more important to follow directions than it is to think critically. Anyone with the audacity to think for themselves is considered to be a trouble maker.

The government experts know what is best and the student and teach them to trust the judgement of their leaders while questioning the wisdom of their parents.The children are taught that groups have rights and that individuals have privileges and must give up their rights for the greater good of the greater number. The government schools teach our children that the government is the source of our rights the self evident truths spoken of in the Declaration of Independence are no longer valid.

The children are taught that the government will take care of us and that we are not responsible for our own success of failure. The government schools teach that when an individual takes things that don’t belong to him, he has committed a crime, but when the government takes from the property belonging to Peter and gives it to Paul they call it charity.
When citizens steal they go to jail, but when Congressmen steal they get re-elected.

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Hmm…Evidence. Denial? AMAC. Hording! Soon Enough! Mao! Gun Fight!

Maybe…Probably…I’ll listen for the hysterics…Is why I moderate..

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Cover-up? Back pedaling? Covering Napolitano’s fat ugly ass?

DHS Denies Massive Ammunition Purchase

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Being (Deep Announcer type voice) “That age” now and having pitched many AARP mailings, or in the last cast sending it back on their dine with a little note attached…This is what I would look into..

AMAC

One big reason is the AARP fought hard for Obamacare as they would ‘profit’ from it…Whom would profit? The Executives? The members! NOT! I am sure..

$1 Billion reward for passage of ObamaCare

 Finally, we know why AARP worked so hard to get ObamaCare passed. As reported recently in the New York Times and Washington Post, a Congressional Oversight committee released the findings of a year-long investigation that revealed how AARP stands to make nearly $1 billion over the next 10 years if ObamaCare remains in effect.

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15 Members of Congress Demand Investigation of Obama’s Ammo Horde

“The extraordinary level of ammunition purchases made by Homeland Security seems to have, in states such as my own, created an extreme shortage of ammunition to the point where many gun owners are unable to purchase any,” LaMalfa wrote in the letter.

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And the police never will arrive ‘soon enough’ in spite of what the leftist media proclaims!!

‘I Just Put Three Rounds in His A**’: Dramatic 911 Call Captures Oklahoma Man Shooting Home Intruder After Police Couldn’t Arrive Fast Enough!

A man has got to protect himself and family…

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Well it was. Until somebody woke up and thought Uh Oh!!

Dept. of Education Kids’ Website Quotes…Mao Zedong

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And the problem with ‘little’ Government you Witch?

Pelosi:  Spending Cuts Will Lead To “Very Little” Government

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Buh, buh. BYE!!

What did they expect?

Firearms Company Leaving Colorado Over Anti-Gun Laws As Promised

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Good guys with guns beat the bad guys with guns!!!

Congressman John Kline’s Response

January 10, 2013

Dear Mr. MaddMedic:

Thank you for taking the time to contact me and share your thoughts on the unspeakable tragedy that occurred recently at an elementary school in Newton, Connecticut. I appreciate learning of your views.

As a father and grandfather, I am shocked by the enormity of the senseless slaughter of so many innocent lives, particularly our nation’s greatest treasure – our children. I believe the President struck the right tone in his remarks shortly after the tragedy, and agree with him that no single piece of legislation can prevent another tragedy.

As you may know, firearms are regulated by a comprehensive system of federal and state laws and regulations designed to assist law enforcement in their efforts to reduce crime and violence. The National Firearms Act of 1934, the Gun Control Act of 1968, and the Firearm Owner’s Protection Act of 1986 all combine to form a comprehensive system of regulating the manufacture, sale, transfer, and possession of firearms and ammunition. Since 1986, for example, federal law severely restricted and essentially banned the manufacture and sale of automatic weapons (better known as ‘gangster’ style machine guns). Federal law is the minimum and many states place tighter restrictions on gun possession including wait periods, semi-automatic weapons bans, and conceal and carry restrictions. A full list of Minnesota‘s laws can be found by visiting the Minnesota Legislature website at http://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/hrd/pubs/firearmsgd.pdf.

I believe more gun control is not the answer. We must also recognize this tragedy deals with issues of mental health and mental illness. In 2008, I supported the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act. Since the enactment of this legislation, federal law now requires that when an insurer chooses to cover mental health and substance use disorder services, they must offer coverage of those services at parity with medical and surgical services. We must look at the reasons this happened and how to stop it from happening in the future. We must focus on good public policy rather than rushing to legislate.

As new details continue to emerge about the tragedy, one thing remains certain: a community – and a nation – have been forever changed by this unthinkable act. Like you, I believe we must ensure that those affected have the support they need from our nation’s leaders. We must not legislate in haste; instead, we must take a thoughtful, comprehensive approach. As the details of the appalling devastation continue to emerge, the nation and Congress will talk about school safety, and how best to protect our precious children when they leave us for school each day.

Thank you again for contacting me. Please feel free to do so again regarding any issue of importance to you.

Sincerely,

JOHN KLINE
Member of Congress

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A Letter from Congressman John Kline: UN Gun Grab

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July 9, 2012

Dear Mr. MaddMedic:

Thank you for contacting me to share your opposition to the United Nation‘s Arms Trade Treaty. I am a strong supporter of the Second Amendment, and I share your opposition to any measures that infringe upon the right to bear arms.

As a retired Marine and avid outdoorsman, I am an experienced firearms owner and user and believe individuals should have the right to keep and bear arms for the protection of one’s home, property, family, and person. I am especially proud of my “A” rating from the National Rifle Association. Any agency or government actions that violate your Second Amendment rights – whether intentional or not – are unacceptable.

You may be interested to know that I am a cosponsor of the United Nations Transparency, Accountability, and Reform Act (H.R. 2829), which would make funding from the United States to the United Nations conditional on increased transparency from the organization and withhold funding if certain policies are not adopted by the organization. We should pursue our country’s goals and objectives without allowing the United Nations to override our actions. I will support those actions that are in our nation’s best interests and preserve its sovereignty – with or without U.N. approval.

Rest assured, I will continue to support all efforts that secure a person’s right to own firearms and promote efforts that encourage gun owners to engage in gun safety and responsible firearm practices.

Thank you again for contacting me. Please feel free to do so again regarding any issue of importance to you.

Sincerely,

JOHN KLINE
Member of Congress

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A Letter from Congressman John Kline: Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (H.R 3523).

May 23, 2012

 

 

Dear Mr. MaddMedic:

 

Thank you for contacting me to share your opposition to the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (H.R 3523).  I appreciate learning of your views.

 

Every day, Americans are targeted by nation-state actors like China and Russia for cyber exploitation and theft, resulting in huge losses of valuable intellectual property and sensitive information.  These attacks ultimately cost American jobs.  This legislation will enable voluntary cyber threat sharing and provide clear authority for the private sector to defend its own networks, all while providing strong protections for privacy and civil liberties.  This bipartisan legislation was developed by the Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence in close consultation with a broad range of private sector companies, trade groups, privacy and civil liberties advocates.

 

I should point out that under H.R. 3523, any sharing of information is completely voluntary, and limited to the data associated with cyber threats.  Additionally, this legislation does not provide any authority or levy to block access to accounts or websites, or to remove content.  The bill’s authority is limited to the identification, obtaining, and sharing of cyber threat information.  Finally, H.R. 3523 includes an anti-tasking provision that explicitly prohibits the government from conditioning its sharing of cyber threat intelligence on the sharing of private sector information with the government.  I supported this legislation when it passed the House of Representatives and it is now before the U.S. Senate.

 

I support legislation that maintains the freedom of expression and liberties provided by our Constitution.  While we disagree on this issue, I appreciate you taking the time to contact me.    Please feel free to do so again on any matter of concern to you.

 


Sincerely,

JOHN KLINE
Member of Congress

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A Letter from Congressman John Kline: Fast and Furious.

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May 16, 2012

 

Dear Mr. MaddMedic:

Knowing of your support for our constitutional right to keep and bear arms, I would like to update you about congressional action underway to investigate the “Fast and Furious” operation and the individuals involved.

As you may know, the controversial “Fast and Furious” operation administered by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, allowed federally issued guns to fall into the hands of violent criminals. Congressman Darrell Issa, Chairman of the Oversight and Government Reform Committee, recently released a report outlining the Justice Department‘s failure to cooperate in the investigation, and the Justice Department’s retaliation against agents who blew the whistle on the operation. You can read the full report by clicking here.

I was appalled to learn of this operation and the failure of leadership by Attorney General Eric Holder. Accordingly, I am a proud cosponsor of a resolution (H.Res 490) expressing no confidence in Attorney General Holder’s performance. I look forward to voting for this resolution when it is considered by the House of Representatives.

As I continue to serve you in Congress I will remain a steadfast defender of your Second Amendment rights. To receive additional updates on legislative activity and my efforts of your behalf in Congress, please visit my website at kline.house.gov/issues.

Sincerely,

JOHN KLINE
Member of Congress

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