Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Let It Die

The US Senate will soon decide YOUR fate regarding personal freedoms and personal privacy. They are going to have to vote on the Patriot Act. They have three options, as follows;

1. Extend the Patriot Act and allow the spying on US citizens to continue.
2. Pass a scaled-back version of the Act to appease those of us who believe that the law is unconstitutional.
3. Just let the law expire.

Remember that you probably have nothing to hide and support the spying by the NSA. That's OK until the government decides unilaterally that they don't like you for whatever reason they make up. Then they can and will use whatever information they have amassed on your behalf to punish or imprison you!

Action To Take
Tell your US Senators to let the Patriot Act die and just go away. We don't need the government spying on all of us and this law destroys personal freedoms like never before.

Sunday, May 17, 2015

More 2nd Amendment Attacks

Why is it that Liberals have to always have THEIR way even though they IGNORE the Constitution? The latest effort to attack the 2nd Amendment is coming from the state of New Jersey. Representative Bonnie Watson-Coleman, Representative Donald Payne, and Representative Frank Pallone have co-sponsored legislation that would effect all 50 states - NOT just New Jersey. Their proposed legislation is titled "Stop Online Ammunition Sales Act of 2015." It ask requires that law-abiding citizens to jump through more hoops with much more red tape to purchase ammunition. It also BANS all online sales of ammo. Noteably, it also requirers gun dealers to report all ammo sales to the government.

Representative Pallone says: "Far too many times, we have seen the shocking images of unspeakable gun violence that could have been prevented. Our bill to limit the online sale of ammunition is a long-overdue common sense reform that I am hopeful will spark Congress to put aside party difference and come together to help prevent such senseless tragedies."

Representative Payne says: "This common-sense reform would save lives by depriving violent criminals of a means of anonymously amassing ammunition without proper scrutiny."

However, Pallone ignores that the instances he refers to are the ones in which they were deemed "Gun-Free-Zones" which totally messes-up his argument. Payne seems IGNORANT that criminals can and will get their ammunition regardless of ANY law he passes. This law is directed at the average honest citizens - NOT criminals.

The nice thing about having 50 states is that if you don't like the IDIOT POLITICIANS in one state, you can more to another where they are more friendly to the 2nd Amendment. Here we have three people who are trying to impose their personal philosophy on 330,000 million citizens - NOT just on their local constituents. They are out-of-line.

Action To Take
Tell your representatives NOT to support the "Stop Online Ammunition Sales Act of 2015."