August 25, 2019

Day 88 – No Executive Orders

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OVERBEARING!

On the 88th day since Barack Obama pretended before millions of Americans and the rest of the world, to be signing 23 executive orders that he told the people would help to protect children in our schools, he has either kept the details of those orders out of the sight of the people or the entire fiasco was nothing more than Kabuki Theater. There still is nothing posted on the White House website about those orders.

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Background Checks for Politicians

Not that it’s a new concept, but Alan Gottlieb of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, is suggesting that if politicians want background checks before a person can purchase a firearm, then perhaps it is time, considering the growing number of crooks and criminals now running the country, that any would-be politician should undergo a background check. And by the way, those background checks should NOT be conducted by any governmental agency.

Second Amendment Pretenders

Has anyone else noticed the growing number of fake Second Amendment supporters who are now saying that background checks and gun registration would do a lot to stop mass murders? On the O’Reilly Factor the other night, Bill O’Reilly, one who has at least pretended in the past to be a supporter of gun rights, personal protection and the Second Amendment, came out and said that tough background checks and gun registration, combined with stiffer sentences for those caught possessing an unregistered gun, would solve most of the problems this country has with gun violence.

If nothing else, this debate on gun rights is showing the true colors of some pretenders.

Maine Governor Inviting Gun Manufacturers

Maine’s governor Paul R. LePage, in an editorial found in the Wall Street Journal, is inviting Beretta, Colt, Magpul and probably about anybody else that makes guns and accessories to come to the Pine Tree State and set up shop there. LePage wrote:

I will never sign anti-gun legislation that erodes the rights of Maine citizens, drives your business away or infringes on the U.S. Constitution or the State of Maine Constitution.

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