As the Emperor Hussein II prepares more executive orders with which to torment the American people, and gradually strip them of their right to defend themselves, their families and their property from an increasingly hostile world, Boston radio personality and newspaper columnist Howie Carr nails it:
Obama, Holder, Lynch et al. have zero interest in enforcing the existing gun statutes because they’re violated in large measure by illegal aliens, gangbangers, drive-by shooters, street muggers and fifth-generation welfare layabouts — in other words, the core constituencies of the Democratic Party. Do any of these Obama voters get their weapons at gun shows? If you’ve ever been to a gun show, you damn well know the answer to that question.
In a 2014 story in the Washington Times, a George Washington University professor commented on the “irony” of the Obama obsession with cracking down on taxpayers while letting his own voters run amok.
“For a lot of people,” he said, referring to the PC crowd trying to fundamentally transform America into a Third World hellhole, “there’s more ideological cachet harassing Bubba at the gun show than getting a handle on gun crime.”
It really is extraordinary that half the country supports a criminal organization masquerading as a political party whose platform is based on open contempt for the nation, but here we are.
Begin to see a pattern here, a different pattern? If Obama really cared about the safety of the population, he would first halt immigration from the terrorist countries, which he has a Constitutional right to do, unlike this proposed slo-mo repeal of the Second Amendment.
If only the terrorists and the rest of the illegal aliens were Republicans, they’d have been deported yesterday. If only Democrats went to gun shows, they’d be sacred ground, like abortion clinics.
In the meantime, here’s the only New Year’s resolution you need to make. Buy a gun if you don’t have one. If you already have one, buy another, or two, or three. And buy stock in gun companies. It’s going to be a banner year.
And will the junior wing of the Permanent Bipartisan Fusion Party raise a voice in protest? Do anything about it? Of course not.