It’s Established Law


The illegal usurper currently occupying the people’s house Tuesday night gave us yet another of his vacuous speeches filled with collectivist claptrap. The only notable thing he did say is that he intends to continue his imperial Presidency and ruling by fiat. And one of his aims is more gun control.

Last January, President Barack Obama and his fellow gun grabbers were buoyed by the massacre of 27 teachers and students at Sandy Hook Elementary School — an event that may or may not have occurred — and in the State of the Union address he mentioned guns and gun control seven times. For the gun grabbers, some kind of gun law seemed inevitable. But the American people had other ideas. They snapped up weapons and ammunition in record amounts and leaned on Congress to defeat all attempts at unConstitutional 2nd Amendment-restricting legislation.

This year, the word “gun” appeared only once in his 7,000 words of nonsense. But Obama made note of the fact that he has a pen and is ready to use it. And in the past year, he’s already issued a couple dozen executive orders that have chipped away at the 2nd Amendment.

Obamacare is tons of unintelligible verbiage on thousands of pages and is causing chaos and hardship across the country. During his State of the Union address, Obama took the House to task for its 40 attempts to repeal Obamacare. It is established law, he said, and America needs to accept it.

But the right to own a weapon is a natural right. That right is codified in the 2nd Amendment which is only 27 words long, is written quite clearly and has stood (somewhat) for almost 223 years. It’s time — in fact, it’s past time — the gun grabbers accepted it as established law and left it alone.

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Bob Livingston

founder of Personal Liberty Digest™, is an ultra-conservative American author and editor of The Bob Livingston Letter™, in circulation since 1969. Bob has devoted much of his life to research and the quest for truth on a variety of subjects. Bob specializes in health issues such as nutritional supplements and alternatives to drugs, as well as issues of privacy (both personal and financial), asset protection and the preservation of freedom.

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