The Constitution was made to guard the people against the dangers of good intentions." --American Statesman Daniel Webster (1782-1852)

Thursday, January 31, 2013

City renames itself Stalingrad...for a while

I am a history nut, I would like to see Volgograd and St Petersburg and check out the museums.  This stuff is on my bucket list.  I may pile on Putin, but the Russian people I respect a lot, and they take their history seriously.   I got this off the AP wire.  The pics are compliments of "google"

MOSCOW (AP) — The southern Russian city where the Red Army decisively turned back Nazi forces in a key World War II battle will once again be known as Stalingrad, at least on the days commemorating the victory.
The city was renamed Volgograd in 1961 as part of the Soviet Union's rejection of dictator Joseph Stalin's personality cult. But the name Stalingrad is inseparable with the battle, in which at least 1.25 million people died.
Russia on Saturday plans extensive ceremonies to mark the 70th anniversary of the battle's end.
The Volgograd city council passed a measure Thursday to use the name Stalingrad in city statements on the commemoration day, on Russia's May 9 Victory Day and on four other days connected with the battle, the ITAR-Tass news agency reported.

"And How we burned in the camps"

I was sent this quote a while back and I remembered it.  It was tied in with my ""epithany"
post I did last month?..Yeah..Last month..I had to look it up.  I had also Posted this also.

     this is something to think about if push comes to shove and they actually try to disarm us.

Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn 

“And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand?... The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport and, notwithstanding all of Stalin's thirst, the cursed machine would have ground to a halt! If...if...We didn't love freedom enough. And even more – we had no awareness of the real situation.... We purely and simply deserved everything that happened afterward.”

Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

"Lets be reasonable"

 I saw this off Lawdogs blog and I shamelessly ripped it off.  I remember reading this analogy a while back.  This is more true now than before.  I always hear "reasonable" gun restrictions....Who's definition of "reasonable"?  Being reasonable means that I have to compromise my beliefs...again..while the anti-gunners want more and more.   We are expected to be "reasonable" and lose out again.  Well I am tired of being reasonable...I am just pissed and I ain't going to be "reasonable" anymore.  I am tired of giving and giving and having them come back for more and more until my gun rights are non-existent.  The price I pay for being reasonable and compromising.  Well I compromise no more.  the Anti Gunners can fuck off.

     "We cannot negotiate with those who say, 'What's mine is mine, and what's yours is negotiable.'"

-- John F. Kennedy, Address to the American People, 25 JUL 1961

Most people tend to substitute the word 'compromise' for the first 'negotiate' in that quote, and it does tend to fit the current circumstances.

Once again the anti-gun people are starting to trot out the tired and hackneyed meme of "compromise" in the "national gun conversation".

One of the more highly linked of my posts is the one about the "Gun Rights Cake" analogy, which I will now re-post and expand a bit:

I hear a lot about "compromise" from the gun-control camp ... except, it's not compromise.

Allow me to illustrate:

Let's say I have this cake. It is a very nice cake, with "GUN RIGHTS" written across the top in lovely floral icing. Along you come and say, "Give me that cake."

I say, "No, it's my cake."

You say, "Let's compromise. Give me half." I respond by asking what I get out of this compromise, and you reply that I get to keep half of my cake.

Okay, we compromise. Let us call this compromise The National Firearms Act of 1934.

This leaves me with half of my cake and there I am, enjoying my cake when you walk back up and say, "Give me that cake."

I say -- again: "No, it's my cake."

You say, "Let's compromise." What do I get out of this compromise? Why, I get to keep half of what's left of the cake I already own.

So, we compromise -- let us call this one the Gun Control Act of 1968 -- and this time I'm left holding what is now just a quarter of my cake.

And I'm sitting in the corner with my quarter piece of cake, and here you come again. You want my cake. Again.

This time you take several bites -- we'll call this compromise the Clinton Executive Orders -- and I'm left with about a tenth of what has always been MY DAMN CAKE and you've got nine-tenths of it. 

 Let me restate that: I started out with MY CAKE and you have already 'compromised' me out of ninety percent of MY CAKE ...

... and here you come again. Compromise! ... Lautenberg Act (nibble, nibble). Compromise! ... The HUD/Smith and Wesson agreement (nibble, nibble). Compromise! ... The Brady Law (NOM NOM NOM). Compromise! ... The School Safety and Law Enforcement Improvement Act (sweet tap-dancing Freyja, my finger!)

After every one of these "compromises" -- in which I lose rights and you lose NOTHING -- I'm left holding crumbs of what was once a large and satisfying cake, and you're standing there with most of MY CAKE, making anime eyes and whining about being "reasonable", and wondering "why we won't compromise" as you try for the rest of my cake.

In 1933 I -- or any other American -- could buy a fully-automatic Thompson sub-machine gun, a 20mm anti-tank gun, or shorten the barrel of any gun I owned to any length I thought fit, silence any gun I owned, and a host of other things.

Come your "compromise" in 1934, and suddenly I can't buy a sub-machine gun, a silencer, or a Short-Barreled Firearm without .Gov permission and paying a hefty tax. What the hell did y'all lose in this "compromise"?

In 1967 I, or any other American, could buy or sell firearms anywhere we felt like it, in any State we felt like, with no restrictions. We "compromised" in 1968, and suddenly I've got to have a Federal Firearms License to have a business involving firearms, and there's whole bunch of rules limiting what, where and how I buy or sell guns.

In 1968, "sporting purpose" -- a term found NOT ANY DAMNED WHERE IN THE CONSTITUTION, TO SAY NOTHING OF THE SECOND AMENDMENT -- suddenly became a legal reason to prevent the importation of guns that had been freely imported in 1967.

Tell me, do -- exactly what the hell did you lose in this 1968 "compromise"?

The Lautenberg Act was a "compromise" which suddenly deprived Americans of a Constitutional Right for being accused or convicted of a misdemeanor -- a bloody MISDEMEANOR! What did your side lose in this "compromise"?

I could go on and on, but the plain and simple truth of the matter is that a genuine "compromise" means that both sides give up something. My side of the discussion has been giving, giving, and giving yet more -- and your side has been taking, taking, and now wants to take more.

For you, "compromise" means you'll take half of my cake now, and the other half of my cake next time. Always has been, always will be.

I've got news for you: That is not "compromise".

I'm done with being reasonable, and I'm done with "compromise". Nothing about gun control in this country has ever been "reasonable" nor a genuine "compromise", and I have flat had enough.


Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Massive civil disobedience planned in New York

I am catching up on my web surfing due to my schedule and I ran across this little gem.  I already knew that most people are planning on disobeying the new laws if they go into effect.  I will not obey such a law because I consider it immoral and a strike against the second amendment.  I swore an oath to uphold the U.S. Constitution and I will stand by my oath.  I believe that once you cross over to beyond the rim as they say, all you take with you is your name, and if you were a good person.  All the other crap stays behind.  How can I account to St Peter for my moral lapse  and do something that I know in my heart is wrong and violates one of the freedoms endowed by my creator.   Well apparently I am not the only one...In the peoples republic of New York, there is massive disobedience planned on the draconian law rammed through by Coumo and the Democrats.   Here is an exerpt:

After Democrats in New York rammed a sweeping assault on the right to keep and bear arms through the legislature that failed to exempt police officers from the draconian restrictions, gun owners and even some lawmakers are planning what has been dubbed potentially the largest act of civil disobedience in state history. According to news reports, gun rights activists are urging everyone to defy far-left Governor Andrew Cuomo’s new registration mandate while daring authorities to “come and take it.” 

Analysts say the legislation, passed in a frenzy last week in the wake of the Newtown shooting, represents the most brazen infringement on the right to keep and bear arms anywhere in the nation. Among other points, the so-called SAFE Act seeks to limit magazines to just seven bullets, require virtually all of the estimated one million semi-automatic rifles in the state to be registered with authorities, mandate reporting of patients who express indications that they may have thoughts about hurting themselves or others by doctors, and more.  

Aside from being unconstitutional, experts on gun violence also point out that the draconian schemes are a bad idea: Studies have repeatedly shown that more guns lead to less crime, and the phenomenon is obvious across America — just compare Chicago or D.C. to Alaska or Wyoming. The mandated reporting requirements for doctors, meanwhile, have come under fire from across the political spectrum. Whether it will even be possible to enforce the bill, however, remains to be seen.

Preparations are already being made for mass resistance. “I’ve heard from hundreds of people that they’re prepared to defy the law, and that number will be magnified by the thousands, by the tens of thousands, when the registration deadline comes,’’ said President Brian Olesen with American Shooters Supply, among the biggest gun dealers in the state, in an interview with the New York Post.

Even government officials admit that forcing New Yorkers to register their guns will be a tough sell, and they are apparently aware that massive non-compliance will be the order of the day. “Many of these assault-rifle owners aren’t going to register; we realize that,’’ a source in the Cuomo administration told the Post, adding that officials expect “widespread violations” of the new statute.

Threats of imprisoning gun owners for up to a year and confiscating their weapons are already being issued by governor’s office, headed by a rabid anti-Second Amendment extremist who suggested before the bill passed that “confiscation” of all semi-automatic rifles was being considered. If tens or even hundreds of thousands of otherwise law-abiding citizens refuse to comply, however, analysts say New York would either have to start raising taxes and building a lot more prisons, or give up on the scheme that experts say will do nothing to reduce violence and that lawmakers say is aimed at eventual confiscation

Activists involved in the state-wide boycott against the unconstitutional statute who spoke to the Post almost taunted authorities, saying gun owners would essentially dare authorities to “come and take it away.” According to the paper, leaders of some of the state’s hundreds of gun clubs, dealers, and non-profit organizations, citing the New York Constitution’s guarantee that gun rights “cannot be infringed,” are currently involved in organizing the resistance. Among the primary concerns is that, with registration, authorities would know where to go for confiscation, an idea already proposed openly by Governor Cuomo himself.

“They’re saying, ‘F--- the governor! F--- Cuomo! We’re not going to register our guns,’ and I think they’re serious. People are not going to do it. People are going to resist,” explained State Rifle and Pistol Association President Tom King, who also serves on the National Rifle Association board of directors. “They’re taking one of our guaranteed civil rights, and they’re taking it away.”

   Read the Rest Here


Gun buyback turns into a gun show

You can read the funny stuff here

simply use capitalism to outbid the fascist gungrabbers and keep those firearms in PRIVATE HANDS. This is a great way to counter the hoplophobes.
EXCERPT:  "Police officers in Seattle, Washington held their first gun buyback program in 20 years this weekend, underneath interstate 5,  and soon found that private gun collectors were working the large crowd as little makeshift gun shows began dotting the parking lot and sidewalks. Some even had “cash for guns” signs prominently displayed."

But Schuyler Taylor, a previous gun retailer attending the event in hopes of buying weapons, asked “Why not offer them cash versus a gift card? I’m still taking the guns off the streets; they’re just going in my safe.”

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Sinkholes in the Earth.....

I got these in my email from my Dad, The pictures are visually stunning, but the ending is pretty good also.  A lot of truth on photographs....the old "1 pic is worth 1000 words" quote comes to mind.

     These  holes are not only amazing, but some are really terrifying! The  sheer scale of these holes reminds you of just how tiny we  are.
Kimberley  Big Hole - South Africa Apparently  the largest ever hand-dug excavation in the world, this 1097 meter  deep mine yielded over 3 tons of diamonds before being  closed.

Glory  Hole - Monticello Dam, CaliforniaA  glory hole is used when a dam is at full capacity and water needs to  be drained from the reservoir. It is the largest spillway of this  type in the world and consumes 14,400 cubic feet of water every  second.

Great  Blue Hole , Belize This  incredible geographical phenomenon known as a blue hole is situated  60 miles off the mainland of Belize . There are numerous blue holes  around the world, but none as stunning as this  one.

Sinkhole  in Guatemala These  photos are of a sinkhole that occurred in Guatemala . The hole  swallowed 2 dozen homes and killed at least 3  people.
SHIT  HOLE, Washington D.C.This  hole swallows trillions and trillions of U.S. Dollars annually!
The money that falls into this hole is never heard from again,  nor do we see any good come from it.

It  is reported to be filled with thousands of "ass  holes."

Friday, January 25, 2013

Gunning for America


Under Socialism, you don’t have to pass a law, you just have to use your economic control to make the companies enforce the law.

Growing government control over banks and investment companies, directly and indirectly, allows those institutions to be used to target firearms manufacturers.

Cerberus was bullied into dropping the Freedom Group which includes Remington and Bushmaster. Now Rahm Emanuel is demanding that TD Bank and Bank of America end their lines of credit to firearms manufacturers unless they come out in support of Obama’s war on the Bill of Rights.

The Party that claims to be upset at corporate influence over politics is trying to forcibly create a corporate lobby in favor of abrogating the Bill of Rights by exploiting their leverage over banks and the leverage of banks over private companies

"Picked the wrong diner...."

I ran across this video surfing around and it was hilarious!  It is put on by Glock and the Gunny R.Lee Ermey.


Tuesday, January 22, 2013

"Physician, Don't borrow trouble"

I saw this on Old NFO's Blog   And this ties in with what I had posted yesterday, I am reproducing it completely from the links provided by him.(Thank you).  I figured if this get disseminated it will cool off many of the Dr's playing Perry Mason at the behest of the AMA or any other groups that try to play "lets pile on the lawful gun owners" due to the present political climate.  Dr's listen to their malpractice insurance carriers above all and risk management is a big part of their practice especially in the litigious society that we live in.

Physicians, Don't borrow trouble
Joe Horn
One of the best games in town is litigation, and litigating against physicians is even more popular (and more successful) than suing gun manufacturers. Physicians and their malpractice insurance carriers are well aware that litigators are constantly looking for new opportunities to sue. Let's talk about one of those new areas of liability exposure.

Nowadays, many physicians and other health care providers are engaging in the very risky, well intentioned, albeit naive and politically inspired business of asking their patients about ownership, maintenance and storage of firearms in the home, and even suggesting removal of those firearms from the home. Some could argue that this is a "boundary violation," and it probably is, but there is another very valid reason why these professionals should NOT engage in this practice -- MASSIVE LIABILITY.

Physicians are licensed and certified in the practice of medicine, the treatment of illnesses and injuries, and in preventative activities. They may advise or answer questions about those issues. However, when physicians give advice about firearms safety in the home, without certification in that field, and without physically INSPECTING that particular home and those particular firearms, they are functioning outside the practice of medicine. Furthermore, if they fail to review the gamut of safety issues in the home, such as those relating to electricity, drains, disposals, compactors, garage doors, driveway safety, pool safety, pool fence codes and special locks for pool gates, auto safety, gas, broken glass, stored cleaning chemicals, buckets, toilets, sharp objects, garden tools, home tools, power tools, lawnmowers, lawn chemicals, scissors, needles, forks, knives, and on and on, well, you get the drift. A litigator could easily accuse that physician of being NEGLIGENT for not covering whichever one of those things that ultimately led to the death or injury of a child or any one in the family or even a visitor to the patient's home. Why open the door to civil liability?

To engage in Home Safety Counseling without certification, license or formal training in home safety and Risk Management and to concentrate on one small politically correct area, i.e., firearms to the neglect of ALL of the other safety issues in the modern home, is to invite a lawsuit because the safety counselor, (Physician) Knew, Could have known or Should have known that there were other dangers to the occupants of that house more immediate than firearms. Things like swimming pools, buckets of water, and chemicals in homes are involved in the death or injury of many more children than accidental firearms discharge [ Source: CDC.] Firearms are a statistically small, nearly negligible fraction of the items involved in home injuries. Physicians SHOULD know that. So, why all of a sudden do some physicians consider themselves to be firearms and home safety experts? Where is their concern for all the other home safety issues that they DON'T cover with their patients? If you are going to counsel in any aspect of home safety, you had better be certified in that subject and cover *all* aspects of home safety, not just the politically popular ones.

Once physicians start down this path of home safety counseling, they are completely on their own. A review of their medical malpractice insurance will reveal that if they engage in an activity for which they are not certified, the carrier will not cover them if (or when) they are sued.

Consider a physician asking the following questions of his or her malpractice insurance carrier:

One of my patients is suing me for NOT warning them that furniture polish was poisonous and their child drank it and died. I only warned them about firearms, drugs and alcohol. Am I covered for counseling patients about firearms safety while not mentioning and giving preventative advice about all the other dangers in the home, and doing so without formal training or certification in any aspect of home safety risk management? You know their answer.

How much training and certification do I need to become a Home Safety Expert Doctor? They will tell you that you are either a pediatrician or you are the National Safety Council. But, you don't have certification to do the National Safety Council's job for them.

Homeowners and parents are civilly or criminally responsible for the safety or lack thereof in their homes. My advice to physicians is to not borrow trouble by presuming to be able to dispense safety advice outside your area of expertise: the practice of medicine. Your insurance carrier will love you if you simply treat injuries and illnesses, dispense advice on how to care for sick or injured persons, manage sanitation problems and try to prevent disease, but stay out of the Risk Management business unless you are trained and certified to do it. For example, E.R. doctors do not tell accident victims how to drive safely.

Now, let's discuss the very serious issues involving the lawful possession and use of firearms for self and home defense, and the danger and liabilities associated with advising patients to severely encumber the firearm(s) with locked storage, or advising the patient to remove them entirely. Patient X is told by Doctor Y to remove or lock up a firearm so it is not accessible for self and home defense. Patient X, does as counseled and has no firearm available at close hand. Subsequently, patient is then the victim of a home invasion and calls 911, but the police are buried in calls and don't arrive for 20 minutes during which time Patient X is raped, robbed and murdered. Anyone can see the liability issue here, particularly Risk Management specialists and liability insurance carriers.

It's just a matter of *when* and not *if* this will happen. Sooner or later, it will - if a home invasion takes place and Patient X takes Doctor Y's advice.

Now, imagine what follows this horrendous but common event. Who is to blame? The perpetrator is long gone, and even so, the Plaintiff's litigator will state that the perpetrator could have been neutralized by the appropriate lawful defensive use of a firearm, which *had* been in the home, but was no longer available to the deceased/injured because he/she followed a Physician's *expert* advice to render him/herself and his/her home defenseless against violent crime

The Litigator will further argue that the Physician Knew, Could have known, Should have known that removing a firearm from use for home defense would result in harm to the patient if and when a crime was committed against the patient in the home, as any reasonable person would have surmised.

If one acknowledges the already dangerous general liability of home safety counseling and then adds the very risky practice of advising patients to disarm themselves in the face of the reality of violent crime daily perpetrated against home owners, condo and apartment tenants, it is apparent that the Physician is placing him/herself in a very risky position for suit.

It is my strong recommendation to Malpractice Carriers and those Physicians they insure to strictly avoid this high risk practice and reserve counseling for the area of expertise in which they are certified: Medicine. In my professional opinion, this is an emotionally charged political issue that Physicians and their Carriers should not be manipulated for whatever well-intentioned reason into taking the risk, which is considerable......

Physicians in doubt of the veracity of what I've said are encouraged to call their carriers and ask them what they currently cover, and to ask if this new counseling policy is covered under the existing policy. We already know what they will say: Don't borrow trouble.
Since retiring from the LA County Sheriff's Department, Mr. Horn has provided Risk Management and related issue Human resource consulting to IBM, Gates Lear jet, National Semiconductor, and Pinkerton International Security and Protection Services, among others.

Monday, January 21, 2013

the 23 directives from Dear Leader

I ran across this from here and the author brings up a salient point with the mental health aspects of the 23 executive orders from Dear Leader.  With the number of people that are encouraged to seek help when they have a mental issue, then to later have this turned against them and have their 2nd amendment rights stripped by imperial fiat. .  How about the vets that had or am getting treatment for PTSD especially from the VA?  These rules will certainly dick them over since the VA reports them to NCIC?  I know a bunch of vets that will not get treatment from the VA for fear of being labeled as "kooks".   and getting their rights stripped without recourse in a legal proceeding to have their side heard.  I think this is by design, the death of a 1000 cuts to the 2nd amendment.  They cannot take it at one time but incrementally they can widen the scope and exclude more and more people then before they realize it, it is totally emasculated.  This is be design.  With the 2nd amendment we are citizens, without the 2nd amendment, we are serfs and subjects totally prostrate and defenseless a tyranny that is on the horizon. 

  1. Issue a Presidential Memorandum to require federal agencies to make relevant data available to the federal background check system.
This one is vague to the point of obscurity. What do they mean by relevant data? Personally, I think this one is a straw man, it seems so innocuous that for me I think this was signed so that the first time someone came across this list, they would be discouraged from reading any further.
  1. Address unnecessary legal barriers, particularly relating to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act that may prevent states from making information available to the background check system.
Aahh, here we start to see where this going. Ever had an experience with the mental health system? Take psychotropics? Even if you have a completely clean record, look for any evidence of either to make you ineligible for gun ownership. This executive order eviscerates the Doctor client privilege when it comes to mental health professionals. Considering how many people are on those poisons, it makes is extremely more difficult for people who might need some protection that much harder to obtain.
  1. Improve incentives for states to share information with the background check system.
See the explanation to number two above but with federal money involved. Don’t want to share medical records with the Feds? Lose your state federal funding for Medicare and Medicaid.
  1. Direct the Attorney General to review categories of individuals prohibited from having a gun to make sure dangerous people are not slipping through the cracks.
What categories are going to be included? This gives the Attorney General the power to include any category of individual to be denied the ownership of a gun. One question that I have is, does this give the government the power to confiscate the firearms of selected “categories” of citizens after they’ve been identified? And who‘s going to be categorized as “dangerous”. It could be anybody or any group, and if you take this to its extreme, all the AG has to do is determine that anyone not employed by the government as dangerous and attempted confiscation here we come.
  1. Propose rulemaking to give law enforcement the ability to run a full background check on an individual before returning a seized gun.
This means if you ever have a gun seized, you’ll never get it back.
  1. Publish a letter from ATF to federally licensed gun dealers providing guidance on how to run background checks for private sellers.
More paperwork pure and simple to discourage individuals from purchasing firearms. Have you seen lately what it takes to get a passport? Same thing here. What is now a simple one page form is quickly going to be something that most people can’t complete.
  1. Launch a national safe and responsible gun ownership campaign.
New propaganda campaign and nothing more against firearm ownership.
  1. Review safety standards for gun locks and gun safes (Consumer Product Safety Commission).
WTF? Those two items are probably two of the safest products manufactured. Hell the only way to get in my gun safe is with a torch and considering it’s attached to the foundation of my house, it wouldn’t be a good idea to try to torch it considering that you’d pop off a couple of thousand rounds of ammo in the process.
  1. Issue a Presidential Memorandum to require federal law enforcement to trace guns recovered in criminal investigations.
This means keep forever guns “recovered in criminal investigations”. Which could be anything as small as a cop seizing your legal firearm during a traffic stop.
  1. Release a DOJ report analyzing information on lost and stolen guns and make it widely available to law enforcement.
This is completely redundant, this agency already does this. The only thing that I can think of for this order is that they intend to use their huge database of legally purchased firearms and use it to target individuals by declaring their guns “lost or stolen”. Look for this in the near future.
  1. Nominate an ATF director.
There hasn’t been an ATF director for the past six years and it seems to me that the DOJ has been doing just fine running programs like “Fast and Furious”. Look for anyone nominated to be dedicated to disarming law-abiding gun owners.
  1. Provide law enforcement, first responders, and school officials with proper training for active shooter situations.
This is just lip service as cover for more false flag operations.
  1. Maximize enforcement efforts to prevent gun violence and prosecute gun crime.
This makes me think that prosecutorial initiatives like 10, 20, life for gun crimes are going to be quickly morphed into life sentences for any supposed gun crime. That pretty much explains maximize to me. Defend yourself and your life with a firearm? Automatic life sentence in prison.
  1. Issue a Presidential Memorandum directing the Centers for Disease Control to research the causes and prevention of gun violence.
The government and the CDC has been trying for decades to make gun violence a “public health” issue while completely ignoring the real root causes for it. Now they have a presidential executive order to bring that back to the table.
  1. Direct the Attorney General to issue a report on the availability and most effective use of new gun safety technologies and challenge the private sector to develop innovative technologies.
Here we go again, taggants in ammunition and bio-metric controls being forced by executive decree on firearms manufacturers. Both have the goal of making firearm and ammunition ownership way too expensive to the average American.
  1. Clarify that the Affordable Care Act does not prohibit doctors asking their patients about guns in their homes.
Did you know that the AMA is one of the largest anti-gun establishments in this country? Personally if I had a doctor ask me about guns in my home, if I could control myself from bashing the bastard in the face, I’d walk out without paying. Just another good reason to stay away from these quacks.
  1. Release a letter to health care providers clarifying that no federal law prohibits them from reporting threats of violence to law enforcement authorities.
There goes doctor patient confidentiality. Reason number two to stay away from these quacks.
  1. Provide incentives for schools to hire school resource officers.
That means money. Now all schools are going to resemble prisons more than they already do. Look for “no-tolerance” rules to be tightened to the point that a six year old pointing a finger at a fellow student while playing will be immediately be placed into a juvenile facility and have all types of psychiatry loosed upon him.
  1. Develop model emergency response plans for schools, houses of worship and institutions of higher education.
  2. Release a letter to state health officials clarifying the scope of mental health services that Medicaid plans must cover.
  3. Finalize regulations clarifying essential health benefits and parity requirements within ACA exchanges.
  4. Commit to finalizing mental health parity regulations.
  5. Launch a national dialogue led by Secretaries Sebelius and Duncan on mental health
I’ve already explained what the last five mean in my responses to the first eighteen. These haven’t been prepared in just the past few weeks since the Sandy Hook false flag, it takes a lot of time to put together this much obfuscation. Which resolves my conclusion, that incident, if it ever actually happened, was timed to happen at exactly the time it did (right after the so-called election) and with exactly the targets that would get the most bang for their buck. I’ve got to give these assholes credit, they’re going to be able to gut a lot of the second amendment with these executive orders and with the way they’re written, there’s not going to be a whole lot of anything that anyone can do about it.
You’re welcome for the explanation for what these executive orders really mean. Now go out and buy yourself a new AR-15 if you don’t own one already. If you do, buy more ammo

Warrior Prayer

I know that one day I will cross over to beyond the rim and all that I ask is that I die well, that my death would have an honorable purpose.  God had granted me life and I wouldn't want to cheapen HIS gift by giving it cheaply.  I want my death to have meaning, to be an honorable death. Not to be wasted. This I ask O Lord.

The Obama National Anthem

I am surfing around an saw this and actually watched it and it is pretty good. 

It is an older one but pretty good.

Sunday, January 20, 2013

Additional gas tax being proposed

I am continuing to surf Yahoo catching up on my news since we came back from the cub scout camping trip.   I have heard rumblings for the past week about a "Mileage tax" to increase revenue from the losses in the tax per gallon.  How about that...?  First the government pushes hybrids and forced increases in CAFE on the driving Public and having the gas prices rise due to limited refinery capacity and the devaluation of the dollar.  Now they are losing the revenue stream that they use to bully the states into complying with the federal diktates.  How ironic.   It seems like the federal.gov has no coordination, no concept of cause and effect.  Here is an explanation of gas prices

Gas tax revenue down, officials eye mileage levy


With gas tax revenues down, state officials eye tax on 'vehicle miles traveled. 

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) -- Carpooling, higher fuel economy, hybrids and electric cars may be good for the environment, but they're bad for government transportation funding, which relies on gasoline and diesel taxes to help pay for the building and upkeep of roads and bridges.
Now some states, including Vermont, are mapping out a possible alternative: taxing drivers not based on how much fuel is burned but how far each vehicle travels.
"I think there's general agreement that we eventually have to get to that if we're going to replace lost gasoline tax revenue," said Costa Pappis, a senior planner with the Vermont Agency of Transportation.
It's easy to see why officials are worried: Vermont expected to raise about $232 million for its transportation fund in the current fiscal year, with about a quarter of it coming from the gasoline tax of about 20 cents a gallon.
But those revenue collections have been shy of their target so far this year, just as they have been for the six years before. Vermont gas stations sold slightly more than 361 million gallons in 2006, their historic peak. By 2011, that figure was down to just shy of 330 million.
It's the same story in many other states.
Oregon is the farthest along in trying to address the problem with a "vehicle miles traveled" tax. Legislation there would impose such a tax on cars of 2015 model year or later that get 55 mpg or better.
If that sounds like a high number, it may not for long. New fuel economy standards agreed to by the government and automakers last year say that by 2025, cars will average 54.5 mpg.
Vermont Transportation Secretary Brian Searles said calculating how much of a VMT tax is owed would be done through the global positioning system devices that are expected to be standard equipment in cars later this decade.
"It's a GPS device that is capable of tracking location, time," he said, adding that he was aware that might raise privacy concerns.
It did with Allen Gilbert, executive director of the Vermont chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union.
"I'm sure there's going to be a big public outcry when people hear about this," he said.
But Adrian Moore, who has studied VMT tax implementation as vice president with the California-based Reason Foundation, said fears of Big Brother are overblown. He said a range of technologies are being tested in pilot studies, including one device that records miles traveled since a fill-up and then communicates with the gas pump on the next fill-up how much tax is owed.
If a GPS device can tell a driver when to take a left, it can tell what road the car is traveling on, and eventually could determine how much of the tax is owed to a city, a county or a state, depending on whether the motorist was using a city street, a county road or a state highway, Moore said.
James Whitty, a manager in the Oregon Department of Transportation's Office of Innovations and Alternative Funding, said the legislation there would let motorists choose between several technologies, as well as a range of public and private sector vendors that would calculate and collect the tax and relay it to the government.

Pro Gun rallies all over the United States

I read about these rallies all over the United States.  I hope this gets the attention of the politicians about drafting laws against the 2nd amendment.  Nothing gets the attention of politicians who want to get reelected is things like that.  When you write your congresscritter, use the LOCAL OFFICE.  Not the Washington office, they in D.C spend a lot of time scanning for white powder so send a letter, actual letter to the local office.  There are staffers there also listening to the local peoples concerns.   I did notice that this article snarkily mentioned the accidental discharges at the gun shows.  People..Remember the fundamentals of firearms handling.  MAKE SURE THAT THE WEAPON IS UNLOADED

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Gun advocates — some with rifles slung across shoulders or pistols holstered at the hip — have rallied peacefully in state capitals nationwide against President Barack Obama's sweeping federal gun-control proposals.
Summoned via social media for the "Guns Across America" event, participants gathered Saturday for protests large and small against stricter limits sought on firearms. Only a few dozen turned out in South Dakota and a few hundred in Boise, Idaho. Some 2,000 turned out in New York and large crowds also rallied in Connecticut, Tennessee, Texas, Utah and Washington state.
The rallies came on a day in which accidental shootings at gun shows in North Carolina, Indiana and Ohio left five people hurt. The wounded included two bystanders hit by shotgun pellets after a 12-gauge shotgun discharged at a show in Raleigh, N.C., as the owner unzipped its case for a law officer to check at a security entrance, authorities said. A retired deputy there also suffered a slight hand injury.
About 800 people gathered for the "Guns Across America" event in Austin, Texas, as speakers took to the microphone under a giant Texas flag stamped with one word: "Independent."
"The thing that so angers me, and I think so angers you, is that this president is using children as a human shield to advance a very liberal agenda that will do nothing to protect them," said state Rep. Steve Toth, referencing last month's elementary school massacre in Newtown, Conn.
Obama recently announced the gun-control proposals in the wake of a Connecticut elementary school shooting that killed 20 first-graders and six educators last month.
Toth, a first-term Republican lawmaker from The Woodlands outside Houston, has introduced legislation to ban within Texas any future federal limits on assault weapons or high-capacity magazines, though such a measure would violate the U.S. Constitution.
In Arizona, Oregon and Utah, some came with holstered handguns or rifles on their backs.
One man in Phoenix dressed as a Revolutionary War Minuteman, completing his outfit with an antique long rifle and a sign reading: "Tyrants Beware - 1776."
"We're out here because this country has some very wise founding fathers and they knew they were being oppressed when they were a British colony," said another man at the Phoenix rally, Eric Cashman. "Had they not had their firearms ... to stand up against the British, we'd still be a British colony."
Rallies at statehouses nationwide were organized by Eric Reed, an airline captain from the Houston area who in November started a group called "More Gun Control (equals) More Crime." Its Facebook page has been "liked" by more than 17,000 people.
At the New York state Capitol in Albany, about 2,000 people turned out for a chilly rally, where they chanted "We the People," ''USA," and "Freedom." Many carried American flags and "Don't Tread On Me" banners. The event took place four days after Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the nation's toughest assault weapon and magazine restrictions.
In Connecticut, where task forces created by the Legislature and Democratic Gov. Dannel Malloy are considering changes to gun laws, police said about 1,000 people showed up on the Capitol grounds. One demonstrator at the rally in Maine, Joe Getchell of Pittsfield, said every law-abiding citizen has a right to bear arms.
In Minnesota, where more than 500 people showed up at the Capitol in St. Paul, Republican state Rep. Tony Cornish said he would push to allow teachers to carry guns in school without a principal or superintendent's approval and to allow 21-year-olds to carry guns on college campuses.
Capitol rallies also took place in Colorado, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Vermont and Wisconsin, among other states.
Back in Texas, Houston resident Robert Thompson attended the rally with his wife and children, ages 12, 5 and 4. Many in the family wore T-shirts reading: "The Second Amendment Protects the First."
"What we are facing now is an assault weapons ban, but if they do this, what will do they do next?" Thompson asked.

Friday, January 18, 2013

"Y'all come to Texas..and bring your guns"

I saw this on Yahoo.com and thought it was pretty good.  People have been bailing out of the blue states due to crime, onerous regulations and the tax rate.  This gun control law that New York passed will speed up the exodus of freedom minded people.

SAN ANTONIO (Reuters) - Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott has a message for New York gun owners: Come to Texas, and bring your guns with you.
"Texas is better than New York, and New York just gave us another excuse to say that," Abbott, a Republican, said on Thursday, after ads extolling Texas appeared on several media websites.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, signed sweeping gun-control legislation earlier this week expanding the state's ban on assault weapons and putting limits on ammunition capacity in the wake of last month's school shootings in Connecticut.
Abbott, a possible candidate for governor of Texas in next year's election, used campaign money to buy ads on websites of news organizations in New York City and Albany.
One ad says in classic Western script: "WANTED: Law abiding New York gun owners seeking lower taxes and greater opportunities."
Clicking on the ad leads to a Facebook page touting the virtues of Texas, including the fact that the state has no income tax so "you'll be able to keep more of what you earn and use that extra money to buy more ammo."
Abbott told Reuters the ads are a "way to tweak our liberal friends up in the Northeast."
"It is tongue in cheek, but there is a deeper message here," he said. "Texas really does stand as the last bastion of ultimate freedom in this country. Over the last decade, more than 4 million people moved to this state, and one reason is freedom and one reason is economic opportunity."
Abbott has said he will file a federal lawsuit to throw out any nationwide gun restrictions implemented by Congress.
A Cuomo spokesman did not immediately respond to an emailed request for comment.
(Editing by Corrie MacLaggan and Jackie Frank)

Thursday, January 17, 2013

"For the Children"

    I saw the executive orders that "Dear Leader" wants implimented.   Several are up for legislative challenges.   I was expecting more though from the hype that was being pushed by the communist rat bastards  democrats about repealing the 2nd amendment.  It is all feel good crap that wouldn't have prevented Sandy Hook.  Now New York went much farther, I am glad that I live in a southern state where the 2nd amendment is more prized.  I do feel bad for the people in New York, they got screwed royally by the very legislature that was elected to represent their interest.  As I understand it, they didn't really get a chance to read it before voting on it. kinda like obamacare  I guess they got the representatives that they wanted. I saw the photo-op that dear leader did with the children and it reminded me of other people through out history that liked to use children as a backdrop for political activities.     Remember it is "For the Children".   Every time I hear that I want to projective vomit on the dumb on of a bitch individual  that uses that phrase.


Monday, January 14, 2013

fateful B-52 flight 50 years ago.

I have posted a lot of the B-52 on my blog.  The airplane is legendary.  There are stories of sons flying the same plane their dad did a generation ago.  We in the army loved the B-52 especially as a close support weapon.  When a cell of BUFF's "Big ugly Fat F**kers" drop ordinance on the enemy, it brings the world of pain to our adversary.  I saw the results of the strikes on the republican guard of Saddam Hussein during the first Gulf War, the damage was incredible.  The airplane carries a wide assortment of ordinance from the ever popular dump-truck of iron bombs to the smart bombs, JDAMS, and many other choices depending on the mission requirements.  The B-52 is slated to be in service until 2050, that is a 100 year run for the airframe.  A record that I think is unequalled.

Photo -   In this photo made Friday, Dec. 14, 2012, Greenville, Maine, Police Chief Jeff Pomerleau views a monument next to wreckage from a B-52 bomber on Elephant Mountain near Greenville, Maine. The plane's 40-foot-tall vertical stabilizer had snapped off and crashed on Jan. 24, 1963. Seven of the nine people on board died in the crash. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)
In this photo made Friday, Dec. 14, 2012, Greenville, Maine, Police Chief Jeff Pomerleau views a monument next to wreckage from a B-52 bomber on Elephant Mountain near Greenville, Maine. The plane's 40-foot-tall vertical stabilizer had snapped off and crashed on Jan. 24, 1963. Seven of the nine people on board died in the crash. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)

ELEPHANT MOUNTAIN, Maine (AP) — Flying low over snowy terrain on a Cold War training mission, Lt. Col. Dan Bulli's massive B-52 bomber hit turbulence that shook the plane so violently that he couldn't read the gauges. Pulling back on the yoke and pushing forward on the throttle, he tried to fly out of the severe wind. Then there was a loud bang.
Moving at about 325 mph, the unarmed bomber banked, nose down, toward the unforgiving winter wilderness below. Unable to control the plane, Bulli signaled for the crew to eject.
They had seconds to save themselves.
Today, the B-52 Stratofortress is a legendary aircraft, one of the longest-serving in U.S. military history, even flying missions in Afghanistan and Iraq. The planes will remain in service for years to come. But it would not have become the workhorse it is without one disastrous flight 50 years ago next week, and a similar one six days later in New Mexico, that helped to underscore a deadly structural weakness.
"When you're flying combat aircraft, you're pushing your aircraft to the edge" to simulate combat, said Jeff Underwood, historian for the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force in Ohio. "It's very dangerous and the air crew knows it."
The fateful flight originated on Jan. 24, 1963, at Westover Air Force Base in Massachusetts. The crew was learning to use terrain avoidance radar, designed to help the pilot fly at treetop level to deliver a nuclear strike. Radar advances by the Soviets forced the aircraft with a 185-foot wingspan to fly low to the ground to evade detection, causing unexpected structural fatigue, Underwood said.
The crew had a choice of two routes, one over Maine and the other over North Carolina.
Maine was selected because of better weather.
Bulli, now 90, was an experienced pilot with 9,000 flight hours, responsible for overseeing proficiency of other B-52 pilots and crews.
Others, including two instructors, joined the flight. Gerald Adler, a navigator, took the seat of the electronic warfare officer, one of only three on the plane that ejects upward during an emergency, along with the pilot and co-pilot. Remaining crew had to eject downward or bail out.
The flight started out as routine. Powered by eight jet engines and capable of carrying up to 70,000 pounds of conventional munitions, the B-52 approached rural Greenville, 150 miles from Portland. Gusts coming off the 3,000- to 4,000-foot-high mountains buffeted the plane with moderate turbulence, Bulli recalled.
Eventually, the turbulence became extreme.
"The instrument panel was vibrating so badly that I couldn't read the dials. I couldn't interpret the radar returns because it was juggling so bad. It was the worst turbulence I had ever encountered," the pilot said.
After hearing what sounded like an explosion — he later learned the vertical stabilizer had broken off — Bulli had just seconds to determine whether the plane was still flyable. Unable to control the aircraft, he ordered the crew to bail.
The B-52 crashed into a mountainside, killing six crew members who couldn't escape. A seventh, the co-pilot, died after slamming into a tree.
Bulli shot his ejection seat into the air, bursting through the escape hatch. He smashed his foot on the instrument panel but cleared the aircraft. His parachute snagged a tree, and he ended up dangling 30 feet above the ground.
Adler's parachute failed to deploy because he remained strapped in his ejection seat, and he tumbled through the air before crashing through trees and into the deep snow, which slowed his impact enough to save his life.
The harsh landing broke ribs and fractured Adler's skull. But worst of all, it crushed his survival kit, leaving no access to the sleeping bag to protect himself from the cold. He pulled out the unused parachute and wrapped himself in it. Bulli eventually lowered himself to the ground, dug a hole in the snow, and climbed into his sleeping bag.
The two survivors remember a strange sense of quiet, interrupted only by wind whistling over the mountainside. Neither remembers the sound of the plane hitting the mountain.
Not knowing the fate of the others, or each other, Adler and Bulli settled in for a frigid night in shoulder-high snow. As darkness descended, the temperature plummeted, eventually reaching more than 20 below.
Their fight for survival wasn't over.
For 20 hours, they waited.
The region where the plane crashed remains wilderness, part of the vast North Woods that inspired naturalist Henry David Thoreau. Rescuers had to use helicopters, snowshoes and primitive snowmobiles to reach the wreckage.
"This is still the last frontier east of the Mississippi. There are fewer people living in Piscataquis County per square mile than anywhere east of the Mississippi," said Greenville police Chief Jeff Pomerleau.
Eventually, the survivors were found. Adler had severe frostbite. He was unconscious for five days and eventually his leg was amputated because of gangrene. All told, he spent 14 months in a hospital.
Later, he left the Air Force as a captain to start a new life as lawyer and a city councilman in California.
After recovering, Bulli continued to fly B-52s. At one point, he returned to Maine to serve at Loring Air Force Base. He retired as a colonel from the Air Force in Nebraska, where he lives.
Coming at the height of the Cold War, the flight showed that risks and sacrifices even outside of combat were significant. The crash left nine children without fathers and six women without husbands, Adler said.
"People who're killed in peacetime are often forgotten. Memorial Day events often forget them. Veterans Day events often forget them," said Adler, 81, who lives outside Davis, Calif.
But the crashes in Maine and New Mexico helped to make the B-52 the reliable aircraft it is today by revealing a fatal weakness in an aircraft that wasn't designed for low-level flying: The vertical stabilizer snapped off under certain conditions.
Fifty years after the crash, much of the debris remains on Elephant Mountain. Torn pieces of riveted metal. Wing chunks with hydraulic tubes dangling. Parts of the fuselage. Bundles of wire. Wheels and strut assemblies. The 40-foot-tall vertical stabilizer remains where it landed, 1½ miles from the other wreckage.
About 10 miles away, at the clubhouse for the Moosehead Riders snowmobile club, newspaper clippings, Bulli's parachute and Adler's ejection seat are on display. The club has held ceremonies for 20 years at the site and will hold this year's on Saturday, ahead of the anniversary. Pomerleau has taken over organizing the remembrances from another club member, Pete Pratt, who helped keep memory of the flight alive for years.
Pratt has been to the crash site a hundred times, but it's still an emotional experience. Tears welled in his eyes on a recent visit.
"It's a very solemn place," said Pomerleau, who joined Pratt at the site. "You think of the families, the wives who lost their husbands, the kids who lost their fathers, the grandchildren who heard the stories. There's so much to absorb."

Monday Music "Touch of Gray"

I am starting to recover from the change in my shift from a weekend shift to a zombie zen like state with the 3rd or graveyard shift.  I decided to do another Monday Music "Touch of Gray" from the Grateful Dead.  This was the first song that I have heard from them and I heard it at the PX at Robinson Barracks in Germany.  I think it somewhat apropos since " I will survive/I will get by" and the players transition from skeletons to people is symbolic of me transitioning from the zombie like state to a human being.


"Touch of Grey" is a 1987 single by the Grateful Dead, and is the band's only commercial hit. The song is known for its refrain "I will get by / I will survive". It combines non sequitur lyrics with a pop tempo. The music was written by Jerry Garcia, and the words are by Robert Hunter. It was also released as a music video, the first one by the Grateful Dead.
First performed as an encore on September 15, 1982 at the Capital Centre in Landover, Maryland, it was finally released on In the Dark in 1987. The song got into the top 10 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart, peaking at number 9,[1] and reached number 1 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, the only song by the band ever to do so on both charts.[2] It was released as a single with "My Brother Esau" and later "Throwing Stones", and has appeared on a number of albums and collections.[3]

The music video for "Touch of Gray" gained major airplay on MTV and featured a live performance of the band, first shown to be life-size skeleton marionettes dressed as the band, then as themselves. The video was directed by Gary Gutierrez, who had previously created the animation sequences for The Grateful Dead Movie.
The popularity of the single and its video helped introduce the Grateful Dead to a new group of fans, resulting in the band gaining additional mainstream attention.[2][4]

Saturday, January 12, 2013

"Stick to your Guns"

I was talking to a few other gun owners and we were discussing the current situation and I had commented that this situation seemed tailor made for outrage and the Obama administration is really pushing this hard against lawful gun owners.  I commented that " they really seem to want a fight with us to see if we will stand fast or back down and go with their agenda."  I remember reading that Saul Alensky had stated to fundamentally change America and American culture is if necessary that they would have to kill up to 10% of the population to bring the others in line.  This tracks with I believe that they would want to get rid of the troublemakers so the sheep will fall in line with the agenda.

I posted this elsewhere, but I like it, so here it is. All of my stuff you feel has merit, please feel free to repost or clip anything I write, with or w/o attribution, I could not care any less about that. If my words are ammo, "Fire for effect."
Here it is.
Stick to your guns, no matter what.
If they come to take them by force, they have declared war on the Constitution, and on you. At that point, war is joined, just as it was on another big gun confiscation raid on April 19, 1775. If it was legal in 2012, it's legal in 2013 and it will be forever. If they say otherwise, they are liars and traitors and oath breakers and domestic enemies.
If you are disarmed and led away in cuffs, are you so sure you’ll be bailed out? And not taken to a “new place” with “new rules”?
Every survivor of every genocide says the same: when they come to take your guns, shoot them. Make them work for it, and THEIR system is overwhelmed, because they don’t have 20 million FLEAs to do armed battles all over the country, instead of nice polite arrest raids like those that that Glen "Ghandi" Beck envisions, with the NRA lawyers throwing your bail and suing the pants off the .gov.
It’s like the Solzhenitzn paragraph “how we burned later in the camps” because they didn’t resist the GRU/KGB in the lobbies and stairwells with axes and knives.
Entire divisions of Russian troops hiked home from WW1 in 1917/18, carrying their rifles and swords and other sidearms. Very early on, Lenin decreed that public safety demanded they all be turned in, under penalty of death. And so they were disarmed, but not the Party members! Then came the purges, the Great Terror, the gulags, and tens of millions of dead. So well preserved was the fiction, that most Russians, when arrested, thought, "Gee, there must be some mistake. I haven't done anything wrong. They'll let me go in a few hours." (Wrong anwer.)
If you give up your arms, you are placing your entire trust in the permanent future benevolence of the U.S. govt. This trust is invariably fatal. The German gun registration laws and limits on “military” weapons (then, Mausers etc) were put in in the 1920s Weimar Republic,years before Hitler.
They were all common sense and reasonable gun control laws, I’m sure today’s liberals would agree 100%. Then Hitler comes along, and uses the list to first disarm, and then ghetto-ize or “deport” and finally gas the Jews and others, killing millions.
Genocide, using the “common sense” gun registration lists to locate their most dangerous enemies. But first, they just come to pick up the weapons. "No trouble, foks!" They come for the mass arrests later, when the people are disarmed.
Millions of Polish Jews were rounded up this way, when the German police only needed a 1-10 ratio to thier victims. 100 German military police, 4-fs in their forties, bottom of the barrel conscripts, would round up and murder a town of a thousand. Force them to gather, then march groups at gunpoint into the woods for execution. A 1-10 ratio means the killer police are not worried at all. The victims were all disarmed. If they were armed, every village would requre a major military effort.
I’m sorry, I do NOT trust that our .gov won’t turn as mean as the old USSR to its “class enemies,” the MSM's duly appointed scapegoats, us white racist tea-party terrorists, the bitter clingers.
Folks, they perceive that we are reactionary forces not only standing in the way of social progress and liberal utopia, we are actively blocking it. That makes us pure Evil, since their plan for utopia is pure Good. That means they will come to feel totally justified in seeking a “final solution to the bitter clinger question.”
And once their mortal enemies (that's us) are disarmed and helpless...the temptation grows to simply do away with them. Bill Ayers thought they would need to murder 10% of the population to achieve their utopia.
As it was with the Turkish Armenians, German Jews, Russian Kulaks, Chinese, Ugandans, Guatemalens, Cambodians, Cubans, Rwandans, and on and on, history's lesson is clear: