Sunday, April 12, 2009

Lying Piece of Excrement

"Auturo Sarukhan, the Mexican ambassador to the United States, repeated and defended his claim that 90 percent of the weapons intercepted in Mexico come from the U.S.

During an appearance on CBS' "Face the Nation" Sunday, Sarukhan said on the Arizona and Texas borders with Mexico alone, roughly 7,000 licenses for federal firearms had been granted.

"And a lot of the weapons that are being bought by the drug syndicates, either directly or through proxy purchases, are coming from those gun shops," he said." [link]

What do you reckon this lying piece of dog excrement has to gain from this? Prove your claim, or keep your mouth shut. The evidence is against you. Mexican drug cartels are not arming themselves with semi-auto configurations. They are going full auto, explosive, rocket launcher, etc... You just can't buy these items at your friendly neighborhood gun store.

Quote for the Day

"In America, freedom and justice have always come from the ballot box, the jury box, and when that fails, the cartridge box." -- Steve Symms, US Senator from Idaho, 1990

The Answer Lies in History

I have been following with careful attention the issue of piracy in Somalia and many other areas of the world recently. I was very interested in seeing how the Obama administration would handle this whole issue, and am sorry to see they have handled it like everything else, sorry. For a man that quoted the founding fathers during his train ride to the inauguration he had only to look at one of our founding fathers for a remedy to this piracy situation. Back when the nation was young, Thomas Jefferson faced a similar situation. However then as opposed to now the pirates Jefferson had to deal with were much better armed than the United States. Jefferson dealt swiftly with the pirates of the Barbary Coast, and sent a clear message that American ships would be left alone.