History proves that it is utter MADNESS to think that a government of any kind can be trusted to disarm its population for the sake of a supposed “greater good.” Absolutely not. As the framers of the US Constitution manifestly understood, any government of men is inherently self-serving and tends to corruption – unless it is curtailed by means of a system of “checks and balances” – a system which includes the means to overthrow tyrannical power by means of a suitably armed citizen militia. The greatest mass murderers of all time have been tyrants who have acted on behalf of their own sick vision of the “greater good,” twisted visions which have led to mass murder, destruction, and “citizens” rendered powerless by self-serving autocrats and their evil policies. May the LORD God Almighty rebuke the powers of darkness that are behind the lust to disarm the American public. Congress take note: The LORD God Almighty did not take kindly to Pharaoh enslaving the Jews, and He likewise will judge your attempts to usurp the Constitution of the United States to enslave the American people… Take a moment to re-read Psalm 2, and then carefully consider to whom the prophesied rod of divine judgment will fall….
Obama and Feinstein Anti-Gun Propaganda
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) will introduce a bill banning assault weapons and high-capacity ammunition clips on Thursday.
Feinstein’s bill will expand the criteria for classifying military-style assault weapons from a 1994 law, which lapsed a decade later. Her new measure will ban the sale of about 150 types of firearms, including some rifles and handguns, as well as the sale of high-capacity magazines, according to USA Today.
The bill will exempt firearms used for hunting and will grandfather in guns and magazines owned before the law’s potential enactment. However, the grandfathered weapons will be logged in a national registry.
The measure is expected to face a tough fight in the Senate, with many GOP lawmakers and the nation’s gun lobby vowing to oppose any new restrictions on gun ownership.
But Feinstein, a longtime proponent of gun reform, said she is ready to push her measure in the face of opposition from the National Rifle Association (NRA).
“I have worked on this for a long time,” said Feinstein in an interview with USA Today. “I’m not a newcomer or a novice to guns.
“The NRA sort of specialized in trying to denigrate me, but I don’t think there’s anyone around that’s spent 20 years on this subject, plus some,” she added.
Calls to renew the federal assault-weapons ban, which expired in 2004, have grown after last month’s mass shooting at an elementary school in Newtown, Conn.
President Obama has been urging congressional leaders to pass legislation aimed at reducing gun violence, vowing “to use whatever weight this office holds” to make the new rules a reality.
Last week he unveiled a package of executive actions and called on lawmakers to pass measures instituting universal background checks to keep firearms out of the hands of criminals and the mentally ill, and bans on sales of assault weapons and high-capacity clips.