Blood of Tyrants
Since Nov 22, 1999
Christian, male, conservative, gun enthusiast. I am the father of four, three boys and one girl. Married since 1990 to a wonderful farmer's daughter (hearing all the jokes about farmer's daughters made me want to marry one:^) Three grandsons.
I believe that the definition of "sporting use" for rifles should be expanded to what the founding fathers believed; that shooting tyrants was great sport.
I believe that liberals are either willfully ignorant to the hard truths of life or they are evil.
The DemocRat party is the Evil Party dedicated to the destruction of the values put in place by our Christian forefathers.
When Obastard said that he wanted to "fundamentally transform" America, few knew that he meant to transform the country from a liberty loving Christian nation into a slave-owning Islamic caliphate.
I believe that the Tea Party is how my personal philosophy fits best.
One day, in the not too distant future, good men and women like those that serve in Iraq, will decide that the United States isn't worth fighting for and the blame will be squarely on the shoulders of the DemocRat Party.
Islam is the religion of Satan and Mohamed was his minion.
Who would sign a contract with another person when the contract said that the other person gets to determine what the rules are, gets to change the rules arbitrarily, without being held accountable, gets to unilaterally interpret and apply the rules, and gets to force you to obey his rules, and you must obey his unilateral interpretation of his rules because that is one of his rules? And he has a monopoly on force?
Liberal sympathizers are unsympathetic to the argument from the Bush administration that a post-9/11 world requires expanded executive authority to suspend habeas corpus and detain individuals indefinitely, or to eavesdrop on Americans' phone conversations, or to torture terrorist suspects. In those instances the Bush administration says the need to protect Americans from wanton violence justifies infringing on American liberties. But liberals are quite adamant that saving lives is not a sufficient rationale for abandoning principles.
Yet when the subject turns to the right of American citizens to own guns, many liberals suddenly find that the goal of saving lives justifies just that.
United States Constitution, Article 3 Section 2
In all Cases affecting Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls, and those in which a State shall be Party, the supreme Court shall have original Jurisdiction. In all the other Cases before mentioned, the supreme Court shall have appellate Jurisdiction, both as to Law and Fact, with such Exceptions, and under such Regulations as the Congress shall make.