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“It is clear from the words of the founders of this country that the right to ‘keep and bear arms’ is an inviolable personal right. They protected this right by the Second Amendment to the federal constitution and by provisions of the constitutions of the states. This is a subject for debate only by those ignorant of our history, or those that purposely wish to deny us our rights and, ultimately, to subjugate us under the tyranny of government perverted from its constitutional foundations.” – George Mason, Father of the Bill of Rights
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If you oppose the 2nd Amendment, you are an enemy of the Bill of Rights.
If you are an enemy of the Bill of Rights, you are an enemy of the Constitution.
If you are an enemy of the Constitution, you are an enemy of The People.
If you are an enemy of The People, you are an enemy of mine.
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From the Columbus Dispatch
AURORA, COLO. —The psychiatrist who treated suspected movie-theater shooter James Holmes contacted a University of Colorado police officer to express concerns about Holmes’ behavior several weeks before the rampage, ABC News reported, citing unnamed sources.
The sources did not know what the officer approached by Dr. Lynne Fenton did with the information she passed along, ABC said in a report late Monday on its website.
Under Colorado law, a psychiatrist can legally breach a pledge of confidentiality with a patient after becoming aware of a serious and imminent threat that the patient might cause harm to others, ABC said. Psychiatrists also can breach confidentiality if a court has ordered them to do so.
University spokeswoman Jacque Montgomery declined to comment on what, if anything, the university police officer might have done with information provided by Fenton.
So, the gun laws worked exactly the way
they were supposed to the liberals demanded (he was legally permitted to purchase firearms)…the psychiatrist did what she was supposed to do, with plenty of time to spare, but a public employee, sworn to protect the safety of citizens, did nothing and people died.
And of course the cries from the left immediately after the shooting, all the way up the chain, were for more reviews of existing laws (read more gun control).
The government apparatus dropped the ball on this one. That doesn’t give anyone the right to use this tragedy as a call to further infringe my rights.
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WASHINGTON — Faced with a Congress hostile to even slight restrictions of Second Amendment rights, the Obama administration is exploring potential changes to gun laws that can be secured strictly through executive action, administration officials say.
There’s a word for that. It’s “Ukase.” If the legally elected representatives of the people don’t pass the laws you want, just issue them by fiat.
Re-read that sentence and replace the word “second” with “first” or “fifth.” Why is the reaction any different when it’s about the second?
The Department of Justice held the first in what is expected to be a series of meetings on Tuesday afternoon with a group of stakeholders in the ongoing gun-policy debates. Before the meeting, officials said part of the discussion was expected to center around the White House’s options for shaping policy on its own or through its adjoining agencies and departments — on issues ranging from beefing up background checks to encouraging better data-sharing.
To be declared, defined and enforced by one or more of the the 20-some extra-constitutional, unaccountable “Czars” he has appointed, no doubt (see “Ukase” above). Also note, none of the “stakeholders” present was anyone from the gun rights/second amendment side of the debate.
Administration officials said talk of executive orders or agency action are among a host of options that President Barack Obama and his advisers are considering. “The purpose of these discussions is to be a productive exchange of good ideas from folks across the spectrum,” one official said. “We think that’s a good place to start.”
That’s a good place to start. Because you sure as hell know he ain’t gonna stop there. This is part of the iWon’s Modus Operandi. Do whatever he wants, make extra-constitutional laws and edicts, and then dare anyone to call him on it.
Earlier in the day, House Democrats joined New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to offer another possible starting point, announcing legislation that would make fundamental changes to the nation’s gun background check system. Sponsored by Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-N.Y.), a longtime gun control advocate, the bill mirrors one introduced late last month by another New York Democrat, Sen. Chuck Schumer.
Yeah, that’s a true representation of all the “stakeholders” in this matter. Shit, if he could have dug up Howard Metzenbaum and propped him in a chair, he would’ve been sitting there too.
“Too often, any serious discussion about guns devolves into ideological arguments that have nothing to do with the real problem,” Bloomberg, a co-founder of the coalition Mayors Against Illegal Guns, told reporters at a press event outside the Capitol. “Our coalition strongly believes in the Second Amendment. We also know from experience that we can keep guns away from dangerous people without imposing burdens on law-abiding gun owners."
Really? You know from experience?! Because New York and Chicago are so safe? Please, point to one – JUST ONE – instance in the entire history of human existence that
gun weapons control has (a) made the populace at large “safe,” and (b) has kept weapons out of the hands of “dangerous people.” Oh, and then throw in the whole “without imposing burdens on law-abiding gun owners” part.
Go ahead…We’ll wait.
That’s what I thought.
For gun control advocates, however, executive action remains a more promising — albeit more limited — vehicle for reform than Congress. On Monday, The Huffington Post first reported that the Justice Department was convening meetings with groups from across the ideological spectrum in an effort to chart potential policy changes to Second Amendment law.
That must be the spectrum that goes from “Progressive” all the way to “Communism” – do not pass “Constitutionalism.” Because every single person quoted in this article has a “D” after their name. Every single one has fought their entire career for more gun control (and behavior control).
Gaah. Go read the whole thing as long as you haven’t had your lunch yet…
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Hilarious…Go read the whole thing
Ever wonder where she came from (except out of the blue)?
Ever wonder why teh iWon would nominate someone with ZERO judicial experience to sit, for life, on the bench of the highest court in the land?
“Kagan served as solicitor general of the United States from March 2009 until May of this year.
In that role, she legally represented the U.S. government in numerous cases coming before the Supreme Court.
She was the solicitor general for all the suits against (Obama) filed with the Supreme Court to show proof of natural-born citizenship … All of the requests were denied of course … God help and deliver us.”