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Out of control

Out of control

From Buckeyeminuteman, with the Subject line: How About Spending Control?

Here is an SUV I saw in Montgomery, AL. The driver makes a good point about our politician’s priorities. Also, I wanted to take this time to tell you thank you for the great work you do at Legal Insurrection. It really is a great news source and it’s nice to know someone with a voice as loud as yours is telling it how it is.

Personally, I like the juxtaposition of the bumper sticker and the license plate.

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That’s about right. We need to control the city, state, and federal pickpockets.

Midwest Rhino | October 24, 2013 at 8:43 am

The constitution was meant to control the government from controlling us. Guns are seen as a last line of defense against a government that becomes “fascist”. But in the old westerns, a common theme was a good guy with a fast gun removing a bad sheriff that ran roughshod on the town with his evil henchmen deputies. They didn’t wait for DC approvals.

Bill Ayers decided corrupting the system from within was a more effective means of subversion, and they’ve been pilfering and redistributing ever since. As our debt payments turn parabolic, there has been more emphasis on taking guns from responsible citizens that might take Ayers old route of violence. (he still says he didn’t bomb enough)

Gun control/confiscation is top priority, even as the underworld is subsidized with welfare and health care. Holder deals guns to cartels, Obama supports narco-terrorist Zelaya, and states are blocked from effective control of illegals. Druggie gangster Trayvon is turned hero by Obama, and self defended responsible (“white”) citizen Zimmerman was made the villain.

Taking our guns and taking our money are not so much juxtaposed, they are part of a unified plan to take TOTAL control, under their cloud of racial hate and financial chaos. But the juxtaposition is still thought provoking.

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