A Second Amendment Tax

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    The movie For Greater Glory is a:

    Phyllis Schlafly goes on to say:

    Obama Censors the Declaration of Independence
    Phyllis Schlafly
    Jul 3, 2012

    Obama Censors the Declaration of Independence - Phyllis Schlafly - Page 1

    Ms. Schlafly is absolutely correct; so I asked myself why Americans think it can’t happen here? My first answer came in the form of another question: Why hasn’t it happened yet? The answer to that question is relatively easy: UNREGISTERED guns in the hands of tens of millions of private sector Americans.

    The Affordable Care Act according to John Roberts

    A very brief article (280 words) shows the lengths the government will go to in order to disarm private sector Americans. Here’s one of the reasons I call it Hillarycare II:


    July 2, 2012
    Can Government Now Tax Handgun Ammunition 10,000%?
    Michael Filozof

    Blog: Can Government Now Tax Handgun Ammunition 10,000%?

    Before the Supreme Court opened the door to taxing guns and ammunition out of existence, everything the federal government did to abolish the Second Amendment was usually obvious and could be fought in Congress and state legislatures; not so with justification. The findings of a recent study FUNDED by the DHS is a clear attempt to justify abolishing the Second Amendment:

    Feds label liberty lovers 'terrorists' ... again!
    Warns of right-wingers 'suspicious of centralized federal authority'
    Published: 15 hours ago

    Feds label liberty lovers ‘terrorists’ … again!

    Hanging onto the Second Amendment is the best chance Americans have of holding tyranny at bay. When all of the legal and philosophical arguments have been made CONSTITUTIONALLY-PROTECTED UNREGISTERED GUNS is a matter of self-interest.

    So far, the SCOTUS has upheld the Second Amendment. John Roberts’ sneaky tax decision signals a dramatic shift in the way the Court decides Second Amendment cases in the future. As I’ve said many times, the High Court is part of the government. The SCOTUS will never rule to diminish the government’s authority over private Americans even when there is no opening that empowers the government. Roberts’ absurd “behavior can be taxed” ruling provides an omnipotent opening. To be more precise Roberts closed every opening in opposition to totalitarian government.

    You might ask yourself why Americans are being asked to die fighting tyranny in foreign lands while marching quietly down the road to tyranny in their own country? If you are squeamish about the question’s implications think of unregistered guns as a deterrent.

    The Second Amendment aside there is a deeper question that should be asked: Why are Democrats doing it? The simple answer is because they can’t mind their own business. Eric Hoffer’s great observation applies to Socialists much more than it applies to the followers of an organized religion: “To know a person's religion we need not listen to his profession of faith but must find his brand of intolerance.”

    Organized religions were never a threat to individual liberties in America. Before Socialists began their campaign to install their own religion as the state’s religion no one was forced to join a church, or support a religion not of their own choosing. Freedom of religion —— as it was practiced in America before Socialists infiltrated the highest levels of government —— basically said live and let live. Busybodies abhor the very concept of letting others live their lives as they see fit. Live and let live is their intolerance.

    There is a more complex answer to the question —— Why are Democrats doing it? They want to do exactly what Mexican President Plutarco Elias Calles did in 1926.

    Finally, I’ve noticed that Republicans are laying a foundation for not repealing Hillarycare II:


    Jul 2, 6:35 PM EDT
    Minority leader: Odds long to undo health care law

    News from The Associated Press

    And, to no one’s surprise, media stooges are saying the Supreme Court should be respected irrespective of how one feels about a decision. That is the same crap they spread around about respecting the office of president. In truth, there is no good reason to respect any institution, or individual, that is hellbent on implementing a totalitarian government.
     
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    a 10,000% tax on ammo is a poll tax
     
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    Preventative medicine is a pharmaceutical industry scam. Drug companies were not making enough money selling drugs to people who were actually sick; so they increased their sales a thousandfold with the preventative medicine con job. The whole thing is a perversion of “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.”

    It turns out that doctors are worse than drug companies. Doctors aligned themselves with dirty little moralists when they started telling EVERYONE not to smoke. Do not smoke soon became lose weight and exercise. That wasn’t enough. Doctors in Florida tell their patients to get rid of their guns:


    Note who doctors had as allies in their lawsuit:

    Own a gun? Doctors can't refuse to treat you
    Judge issues permanent injunction in 'Docs vs. Glocks' case
    Published: 12 hours ago
    by DREW ZAHN

    Own a gun? Doctors can’t refuse to treat you

    Question: Doctors scream bloody murder when anybody interferes in the doctor-patient relationship; so
    how come doctors do not mind the ACLU getting in-between doctor and patient?

    Doctors are supposed to do no harm. There is every possibility that preventative drugs harm some patients. The public will never know how many patients are harmed when they take medicine to prevent rather than cure. The public will never find out because drug companies, doctors, legislators, and advertisers will see that the harm done is blamed on something else.

    Happily, doctors cannot hide the harm they are doing with their assault on the Second Amendment. I’d like to see this scenario:

    A patient gets rid of his gun on his doctor’s orders. A murderer breaks into the patient's home and kills the patient's children because he could not defend himself. The patient sues the doctor. How would you vote if you were on the jury?

    In the same vain, Americans must take a long, hard, look at tort reform before those bums in Washington include it in more “healthcare reform.” I do not have much use for lawyers, but lawyers, and they alone, are all that stands between the public and medical industry butchery protected by law.

    Finally, when I need moral guidance I’ll go to a priest not a doctor.
     
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    To PoliticalChic: Ask Chris Rock to fire his armed bodyguards and see what he tells you. Here’s a clue as to what to expect when Hollywood mouths talk about gun control:

    Rosie O’Donnell’s hypocrisy finally caught up to her
    By: jmattera

    Rosie O'Donnell's hypocrisy finally caught up to her | Conservative News, Views & Books
     

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