Non-liberals have known for decades there was something seriously wrong with liberals.
Aside from being total nut jobs, liberals have finally been classified as *mentally ill and extremely dangerous.
What? You don’t believe it?
How about the fact that all the brutal mass shootings taking place in this country are perpetrated by liberals?
Isn’t it strikingly obvious that mentally ill liberals should be banned from owning guns? Instead of Gun Free Zones, we need Liberal Free Zones in order to keep our children safe.
Many flaming liberals like Dianne Feinstein, Democratic Senator from California, already pack concealed firearms while concomitantly trying to ban the rest of us, the sane ones among us, from owning guns.
Yeah, that’s it. Let’s listen to the mentally ill and give them the power to strip us of our 2nd Amendment rights. Let’s hand our firearms over to the looney libtards. Then the children will be safe…
It appears that our de facto fascist president is also a mass murderer… of children!
Napolitano: Guns and the President
Commentary by By Andrew P. (Judge) Napolitano
Here is an uncomfortable pop quiz: Who has killed more children, Adam Lanza or Barack Obama? We’ll hold off on the answer for a few paragraphs while we look at the state of governmental excess — including killing — in America. But you can probably guess the correct answer from the manner in which I have posed the question.
We all know that the sheet anchor of our liberties is the Declaration of Independence. The president himself quoted Thomas Jefferson’s most famous line in his inaugural address earlier this week. He recognized that all men and women are created equal and endowed by our Creator with certain inalienable rights and that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
The president would no doubt like to modify the word “created” to read “shall be maintained,” since his presidency seems dedicated to keeping us equal, not in terms of equality of rights and opportunity but of outcome. He has dedicated himself to using the coercive power of the federal government to take from those who have and give to those who don’t. Under the Constitution, charity is a decision for individuals to make, not the government.