Citizens taking matters into their own hands do to corruption of public officials, lack of reponsible Governing by ‘elected’ politicians and crime…
Hmmm sounds familiar…
SO they are standing up..Now who do you wonder will be punished for this?
But more guns = more crime!! That is what the Anti, gun grabbing, victim haters tell us!!
Holy cow, how do idiots like this get elected? What does this say about the voters that elect such idiots…Look at DC and the Minnesota House, Senate and Governor for more evidence…The stupid is strong with this one!!!
“I admit, I was wrong about the whistle thing,” said Salazar. “It’s really Chipotle that is the best defense against rape. …You try raping a woman who’s been eating Chipotle and you’ll be in for one hell of a shock and regret …and mess!”
Silence reigned throughout the senate chamber after Salazar’s “Chipotle rape prevention” suggestion. Salazar, fearing he had perhaps again committed another anti-rape faux pas in the name of gun control tried to clarify his newest suggestion. “…Or maybe some extra-spicy Indian food…or some old Taco Bell burrito women could carry around in their purse and eat real quick before being attacked. Or even squirt some Visine down your throat.”
Mess with the Bid Dog(Bird) and get your butt kicked!!
Arms and Sovereignty
The Preamble to the Constitution stipulates that “We the people . . . do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States.” It is important to note that the people establish the Constitution; the Constitution does not establish the people. When, then, did “we the people” become a people? Clearly Americans became a people upon the adoption of its first principles of government in the Declaration of Independence, which describes the people both in their political capacity, as “one people,” and in their moral capacity, as a “good people.” In establishing the Constitution, then, the people executed a second contract, this time with government. In this contract, the people delegate power to the government to be exercised for their benefit. But the Declaration specifies that only the “just powers” are delegated. The government is to be a limited government, confined to the exercise of those powers that are fairly inferred from the specific grant of powers