It’s an Obama World…
NRA President David Keene told CBS that door-to-door gun confiscation under this administration is a legitimate fear.

CBS News reported:

The National Rifle Association didn’t disagree with everything in President Obama’s proposal today to cut back on escalating gun violence, the group’s president David Keene told CBS News Senior White House Correspondent Bill Plante today, but with coming talks of reform, he said there are “legitimate” fears on the horizon for law-abiding gun owners.

One of his fears: that a universal background check for anyone purchasing a firearm – the first of Mr. Obama’s suggestions today – would lead to a national tracking registry of gun owners. That, in turn, Keene said, could give way to “forced buybacks,” or, door-to-door confiscation of specific weapons by the government.

“In other words, ‘I have a record that you have a shotgun, and you’re going to sell it to the government, or else,'” Keene said. “That’s the equivalent of confiscation.”

 

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  1. Given the target audience of the music by Insane Clown Posse, I suspect that LW is actually a teenage boy, likely 17 or so living in his mom’s basement and likely 200-250lbs, He spends an hour or so a day doing his face paint up trying to hide the numerous pimples he sports. I also suspect he has very few friends at his high school.

    IOW, when its life takes a southern turn, it’ll be the next Jared Loghner, James Holmes, or Adam Lanza, without the intelligence.

  2. BOTTOM LINE:

    The American People cannot compromise on their Constitutional Rights… because the United States Constitution must not be compromised.

  3. Missouri State Senator Brian Nieves District 26 Capital Report:

    Column For the Week of Jan. 14, 2013

    Protecting Our Second Amendment Rights
    for a Safer Missouri

    As many are aware, I have no hesitation when it comes to standing up and defending our rights as outlined by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Not everyone agrees with my stance on firearms in our country, but I strongly feel that word needs to be spread regarding the importance of this American freedom. I have serious concerns regarding the preservation of our free country — we must ensure our constitutional rights are passed on to our children and grandchildren.

    Since the tragic school shooting in Connecticut, many individuals have expressed to me that there should be further restrictions on weapons that are specifically designed to hold several rounds of ammunition or have a military-like appearance. I’ve also heard from individuals all across the board who say we should “give in,” or compromise regarding gun control. Though I respect the opinions of my fellow Missourians, I firmly believe we have a solid right to own firearms, and it should be Missourians’ preference as to how many firearms they own.

    Allow me to explain. Our Founding Fathers were very clear as to why they thought Americans should own weapons. If individuals would collectively take a short amount of time to actually research what our Founding Fathers stated about gun ownership and control, they would see that what many arbitrarily refer to as “assault rifles” would fit squarely with what our Founding Fathers wanted us to possess. Keep in mind, our country’s first leaders had just escaped tyranny and experienced firsthand the consequences of a power-hungry government. Our Founding Fathers knew that unarmed people become “subjects,” while people who are free to protect themselves are “citizens.” They knew that government, by its very nature, would continually seek more power and that it had an insatiable hunger for more of our money and our liberty. Our great leaders wanted American citizens to be free to protect themselves from, God forbid, a tyrannical government.

    Now, am I afraid our government will become an absolute dictatorship in my lifetime? No; however, I do understand the very nature of government, and a tyrannical government could someday be possible. As American citizens, we must guard today what we want tomorrow, and therefore, we can never allow government to take even one small step further in the direction of restricting citizens’ right to own firearms.

    Individuals may argue that my position is old-fashioned and doesn’t apply to modern times, and although I disagree, here is a more “modern” reason why our Second Amendment Rights are vital to us now. You may or may not be familiar with the absolute financial crisis — no, emergency — our country is in, but I’m acutely aware. We are living in a time when it is possible for the American dollar to lose its standing as the international medium of exchange.

    As it stands right now, countries have to buy and sell on the international market using U.S. dollars — this means when countries buy oil from OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries), they use U.S. currency. I could go into lengthy detail to explain all the aspects of how America, as we know it, could literally cease to exist if we lose the coveted position the U.S. dollar currently holds as the international medium of exchange. However, I will say this: the America you are accustomed to would no longer exist, and it is possible (even likely) that we could become weakened to the point of inviting an invading army. If that were to ever occur, and I pray it doesn’t, I want an AR-15 in every closet of every house in America. Some Missourians do not believe this situation would happen, and I fervently pray they are correct. I fail to receive comfort in believing that the weakening of our nation could never happen, and I would feel much better if American citizens were armed.

    Gun control laws empower the government by making the people weak and encourage criminals because they have no regard for what the law states. Increased gun control would disarm the innocent and weaken those who follow the law. I want all my constituents and loved ones to know that I will never back down, not even one inch, on the subject of gun control, and I will fight any measure in the Legislature that further restricts our God-given right to defend ourselves. Gun control is not about guns — it’s about control.

    I appreciate you reading this important Capitol Report, and please stay tuned to the imperative discussions we will have in the upper chamber throughout the 2013 legislative session. Thank you and God bless.

    Contact Information

    Capitol Office
    State Capitol

    Room 423
    Jefferson City, MO 65101

    Website:
    http://www.senate.mo.gov/nieves

    Phone Number:
    (573) 751-3678

  4. The Feds already come banging on our front doors trying to garner personal info with the American Community Survey (that goes way beyond what is required by the Census)! If they think they can get away with asking you personal questions that have no bearing on how many Reps each state has in the Congress, why wouldn’t they think they could just waltz right in and take our guns out of our homes–they must be stopped NOW!

  5. http://beforeitsnews.com/politics/2013/01/mayor-predicts-waco-style-standoff-over-ny-gun-laws-2485316.html
    It will happen like Traitor in Chief vs American citizens similar to Government vs Waco residents wild west.

  6. @Supernate – Hey my friend – so you know – Just because an AK-47 is an AK-47 – does not make it fully automatic… I have 5 of them…. none fully auto… Most any semi-auto rifle can be converter to fully-auto but that is already illegal in this country… AK’s are a great weapon… the same applies to anything else such as AR-15’s SKS’s Mini-14’s etc… “Full-auto” is an illegal modification in this country… although you can purchase legally what is known as a bump-stock which has no moving parts and basically gives the shooter a rapid-fire burst of rounds…

  7. @Joanne
    Seems American citizens already come to their sense it’s time to be prepared for worst case scenario. Possible Lincoln’s Widow is super deaf without listening to very silent echo ricochet sound of bullet passing through the field.
    http://beforeitsnews.com/survival/2013/01/gun-store-photos-tell-the-tale-preparing-for-hunting-or-survival-2456838.html

  8. @lincoln’s widow
    Sometimes you also got to understand tyrant King Ahab married Jezebel had famine, 3 1/2 drought and oppress prophets. You know what happen at the end Jezebel’s was thrown down from the wall of the Palace and feed to the dogs and King Ahab died in battle.

  9. “The American People cannot compromise on their Constitutional Rights… because the United States Constitution must not be compromised.”

    Then wtf are amendments for?!

    gawdblessyourcottonsocks, but if you think the constitution isn’t amendable then we would still have slaves and you would have no right to vote. Be careful what you wish for.

    The constitution is a living document, not static but dynamic. It is subject to change, youbetcha. Please don’t tell me that polisci is one of the subjects you teach.

    With all due respect.

  10. @ #54 & 58, Joanne, you are probably right.
    @ #63 TeachX, Your post is absolutely correct about protecting ourselves from a tyrannical government but let’s also not forget that having our citizens armed also protects us from an invasion on our soil from foreign invaders. Although the following statement attributed to Japan’s Admiral Yamamoto of WWII has been proven unsubstaniated it still has a lot of truth in it. “You cannot invade America. There is a rifle behind everyblade of grass.” Although we may not be faced with a tyrannical government during our lifetime, we ARE faced with many terrorist factions that wish to take us out today.

  11. Remember this speech from that progressive wet dream, The American President: “You cannot address crime prevention without getting rid of assault weapons and handguns. I consider them a threat to national security, and I will go door to door if I have to, but I’m gonna convince Americans that I’m right, and I’m gonna get the guns.”

    When the president comes to your door for your guns, he will be accompanied by a cadre of armed gunmen.

  12. gawdblessyourcottonsocks, but if you think the constitution isn’t amendable then we would still have slaves and you would have no right to vote. Be careful what you wish for.

    The constitution is a living document, not static but dynamic. It is subject to change, youbetcha. Please don’t tell me that polisci is one of the subjects you teach.

    With all due respect.

    You’ve shown no respect for anyone that disagrees with you. Of course the constitution is amendable, but not by executive fiat. I see you’ve failed to address the question posed to you regarding border security to ensure that guns wouldn’t be smuggled into this country. Why?

  13. #69 January 17, 2013 at 3:00 pm
    lincoln’s widow commented:

    “The American People cannot compromise on their Constitutional Rights… because the United States Constitution must not be compromised.”

    Then wtf are amendments for?!

    gawdblessyourcottonsocks, but if you think the constitution isn’t amendable then we would still have slaves and you would have no right to vote. Be careful what you wish for.

    The constitution is a living document, not static but dynamic. It is subject to change, youbetcha. Please don’t tell me that polisci is one of the subjects you teach.

    With all due respect.

    … I did not say the Constitution can not be amended… compromised and amended have two different meanings.

    … you always say, “With all due respect”, why?

  14. @lincoln’s widow
    CliffsNotes.com. The Amendment Process and Bill of Rights. 17 Jan 2013
    .
    Written Bill of Rights similar to Malaysian Constitution aren’t living document since is a historical value with constitution law that can be enforced and how a government should function.

  15. http://www.cliffsnotes.com/study_guide/The-Amendment-Process-and-Bill-of-Rights.topicArticleId-65383,articleId-65423.html
    I always find evidences and characteristics Socialist Democrat Commie who denies law and order since they wanted order out of chaos after they created the chaos. Seems Lincoln’s widow have similar characteristics Party Socialist Malaysia where they want to trample on the Constitution, destroy patriotism and change our national identities to become Socialist Democrat Commie Utopia abomination desolate where everyone is poorer and under their control.

  16. #69:

    com·pro·mise
    n.
    1.
    a. A settlement of differences in which each side makes concessions.
    b. The result of such a settlement.
    2. Something that combines qualities or elements of different things: The incongruous design is a compromise between high tech and early American.
    3. A concession to something detrimental or pejorative: a compromise of morality.
    v. com·pro·mised, com·pro·mis·ing, com·pro·mis·es
    v.intr.
    1. To arrive at a settlement by making concessions.
    2. To reduce the quality, value, or degree of something.
    v.tr.
    1.
    a. To expose or make liable to danger, suspicion, or disrepute: a secret mission that was compromised and had to be abandoned; compromise one’s standing in the community.
    b. To reduce in quality, value, or degree; weaken or lower.
    2. To impair by disease or injury: an immune system that was compromised by a virus.
    3. To settle by mutual concessions: a dispute that was compromised.

    a·mend
    v. a·mend·ed, a·mend·ing, a·mends
    v.tr.
    1. To change for the better; improve: amended the earlier proposal so as to make it more comprehensive.
    2. To remove the faults or errors in; correct. See Synonyms at correct.
    3. To alter (a legislative measure, for example) formally by adding, deleting, or rephrasing.
    4. To enrich (soil), especially by mixing in organic matter or sand.
    v.intr.
    To better one’s conduct; reform.

    “With all due respect.”

  17. The synonym of “compromise” is “amends”. Please don’t let us split hairs, dear. And the history and the government of USA is built on the very foundation of compromise. I don’t understand why it is such a frightening thing to some if you. Every frikin day you live is a compromise of sort.

    WADR

  18. @Exile1981
    You deduce similar to middle 2011 comment. He been commenting around middle 2011. It has been the same illogical comments posted before and after I took a break.

  19. @TeachX3
    It will never change anything you try to correct him since he had been stubborn and did irritate a few people the last time. It has been long ago people ignored him.

  20. @lincoln’s widow
    Earlier history founding United States they fight tooth and nail to get their freedoms. Blood, sweat and tears allowed America to gain independence from Britain. Debunk your dream of government lead by Traitor in Chief to compromise with people.
    George Santayana once said, “Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it”
    Life of Reason, Reason in Common Sense, Scribner’s, 1905, p. 284



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