GUN SAFETY – THE PERSONAL AMPLIFIES THE PRINCIPLE!

July 14, 2014  By Jack Jodell.

Please listen to the brilliant podcast I just received from BURR DEMING over at Fair and Unbalanced.com. I proudly stand with this enlightened man 100% on this very vital issue.Wayne LaPierre and the NRA: GO STRAIGHT TO HELL WITH YOUR LIES AND DISTORTIONS, you paranoid scoundrels! You have dishonestly reinterpreted the Second Amendment and have perverted it in the process, just to benefit gun manufacturers. You are very poor excuses for supposedly rational human beings. Kindly DON’T fill us full of any more of your nonsense. We’ve had a belly full of it already! 😦 Here is the link for a good lesson in sanity.

http://fairandunbalanced.podomatic.com/entry/2014-07-13T19_20_21-07_00

BURR DEMINGHere are Burr’s own comments:

“Most voters, in fact the overwhelming majority of voters, regard gun safety as something that government ought to insist on. The numbers are unmistakable. 

But, while most voters are for gun safety in principle, it is one of many issues. War, environmental regulation, taxes, jobs, Obamacare, and a thousand other issues are also important. Some voters will show up to vote. For some, gun safety will even be the straw that breaks a vote away from a Republican. For enough gun enthusiasts to matter, guns are not an issue in principle. It is a matter of principle. And more. It is an issue that is personal. Very.” 

About jackjodell53

I am an American Dissident trapped in a country where poor and middle class people are constantly being exploited and lied to by a very rigid and conservative plutocratic elite. I believe in government OF, FOR, and BY the people, not one controlled as it now is by corporations and special interests.
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5 Responses to GUN SAFETY – THE PERSONAL AMPLIFIES THE PRINCIPLE!

  1. jerrycritter says:

    Gun safety is a perfect example of how corporate money distorts our political processes. Corporate money trumps the will of the people.

    • jackjodell53 says:

      Jerry and Burr,
      Great points from both of you. But we’ll never get rid of this dastardly corporate influence over our politics until we first elect a large number of forward-thinking, people-oriented progressives to office. To do this, the Tea Party and huge numbers of corporatist Democrats and conservative Republicans must GO! It’s a long and torturous uphill climb, but so was civil rights, and Rosa Parks and MLK proved it could be done! So we must be as relentless in our pursuit as they were in theirs, and we, too, shall overcome!

      • We first must remove corporate money from our political process before we will have any significant success in removing conservative republicans and corporate democrats. (The TPers are eliminating themselves.) Changing the financing of our elections is a difficult problem particularly with our corporate owned Supreme Court, corporate owned Congress, and corporate owned Presidency.

  2. Burr Deming says:

    Thank you, Jerry. There is some possibility that the same fear that costs corporations the business of parents concerned about the safety of their kids might also cause those parents and pretty much everyone they know to vote for gun safety.

  3. jackjodell53 says:

    Jerry,
    As I noted in my previous post, the Supreme Court has become the EXTREME Court and is blatantly skewing its decisions in a pro=corporate manner. They, along with our bought-out Congress, are changing this country from the United States of America into a very corrupt Corporate States of America. BUT – they haven’t yet made you, I,nor most true progressovrd knuckle under to their insanity. For that, we can be most grateful!

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