2 July 18

“Every law, rule, regulation, ‘guideline,’ and directive from government is backed by a conspicuous threat of physical punishment. None are ‘voluntarily.’

No exceptions! That’s the way all governments work.”

From a high-level friend in government

Liberal politicians and commentators are currently inflamed, angry at the perpetrator of last week’s newspaper-office shooting in MD.

Of course, they’re not angry with him for murdering five people. What makes them crazy is that he didn’t use an AR! They’ll never forgive him for using a common, sporting, pump-action shotgun, a gun they had never suggested banning, until now!

Until now, liberals insisted that incidents like the MD shooting were “impossible,” without an AR, Kalashnikov, et al

Until now, liberals piously assured us they wanted to ban only “certain” guns (guns that must be particularly effective because, coincidentally they are the very ones carried and used by their own bodyguards, who will not be affected by proposed anti-gun legislation).

Of course, the “List” of guns to be banned from ownership by us peons grows by the day, but pump-action shotguns were never slated for prohibition, until now!

With the MD shooting however, many liberals are now finally prepared to tell us the real truth:


This latest incident finally forces their hand (as they sheepishly concede that none of their proposed gun-bans will ever apply to them).

While Maxine Waters (D, CA), joining with a number of liberal university presidents and more than a few liberal professors, is openly promoting physical violence against non-liberals, she has no compunction about herself using guns (the ones she wants banned) for self-defense, with statements like,

“If you shoot me, you better shoot straight,”

with the clear implication that she intends to shoot back at violent criminals, apparently with guns that she can have, but you can’t!

She, like other corrupt politicians, seeks public office mostly because of special privileges that attach, because unreasonable and unconstitutional laws inflicted upon the rest of us don’t apply to her, and because people shove microphones in her face now and then.

“No one who aspires to public office should ever be allowed to occupy it. What we need are philosophers, like Marcus Aurelius, who accepted the role of Emperor, not from a desire for power nor privilege, but from a reluctant realization that there was (1) no one else even remotely qualified, and (2) who wanted the job less than he did!”