So Congress is not going to pass gun legislation. It doesn’t sound as if they need to worry about it as the President is all too willing to take care of that for them. And New York has a deal in the works to begin limiting firearms.
And Chuck Schumer is asking for an end to gun sales until Congress can find a way to limit gun sales. If anyone is still mind-numbingly stupid enough to remain in the State of New York under the leadership of a bunch Hugo Chavez wanna-be’s, hey they are free to screw up their own lives as much as they want. But these people should not be free to screw up anyone else’s life. By all means, let your government tell you how big your sodas should be, how to manage your pain and control your self-defense. Just don’t York-up the rest of the nation.
As of this writing, President Obama is telling his media that the American people want him to close tax loopholes. I’m not sure which section of the America’s to which he is referring. No American I know is in favor of higher taxes. But then, I tend to talk to actual flesh and blood people, not someone manufactured by the media.
And now according to the Washington Examiner, the government’s highway fund is getting a bit low with the advent of fuel efficient vehicles. And apparently, the Marble Mafia is again thinking about a mileage tax that according to the GAO, could eventually boost the gas tax some 250 percent. Right now you are paying just south of $100 per year. That’s right now. A mileage tax would take about $248 per annum out of your wallet. And with paychecks being on average $50 lighter per pay period I’m sure you can afford that. Right?
We could go to our governors, city councils, county commissions, sheriff’s and police chiefs and say “If you allow unjust and unconstitutional laws and regulations to be imposed on us, we will oust you in favor of people who will not allow that to occur.”
We could tell our local stores that we refuse to patronize them so long as they carry newspapers and magazines that advance a Marxist, nation-shredding agenda.
We could fly in the face of anti-Christian organizations and make a point of praying where others can see us, and living as Christ commanded even in the face of a media that ridicules us.
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