It’s looking like another brain-trying, body-exhausting day for me – yes, it’s that again — so allow me a quick squib before I go forth to challenge Mother Nature once again.
The clip below should tell you what Democrats — any Democrat will do – really think of your right to keep and bear arms:
For those of you who haven’t been following the play-by-play, that’s Congressvermin David Cicilline of Rhode Island. No Democrat will contradict him. Indeed, they agree with him; to the Democrats, the guarantees of the Constitution are merely impediments they seek to finesse their way around. But in a way, this…person has made an important point – one important enough to deserve large font:
It’s a natural right.
In case that’s not clear, let’s reduce the matter to its essentials. Whatever rights you have, they would end with your death. Thus, you must stay alive to assert and enjoy them. Therefore, you must be able to defend those rights for them to be effective. So if you can be denied the means of defense, your rights, whatever they may be, are nullified ab initio.
Did anyone not get that? I didn’t think so.
So here is my counterblast to this evil “representative:”
Here’s what I want you to do, Mr. Cicilline: Go back to your constituents and say this to them, in these exact words: “I don’t care about criminals or crime. I don’t care about your safety. What I want is what matters – and what I want is to be able to do what I want to you: whatever I want, whenever I please. If you’re able to defend yourself with guns, I won’t be able to do that. Therefore, you have no rights. And I don’t care what you think of me for saying that.”
Villains who claim they want to take our guns away because they care about our “safety” ought to be forced to give that exact speech to their assembled constituents, preferably on live TV. Republicans and Democrats both, for you can bet the rent money that a sizable number of Republicans are just as eager to take the guns out of our hands as any rabid Democrat.
Is it a fantasy? Perhaps. But it needs to be made a reality – preferably at gunpoint.