Gun owners under attack



American gun owners are constantly under attack by the most corrupt, anti-rights administration in America’s history.

They are attempting “people control” by brazenly violating our 2nd Amendment right to keep and bear arms, the only amendment the Founders distinctly stated shall not be infringed under the federal Constitution, nor questioned under Pennsylvania’s.

The colonists incurred a long train of abuses and usurpations under their English government designed to reduce them under absolute despotism, excessive taxation, quartering of soldiers, firearm restrictions, bans on importation of arms and ammunition, entrapments, illegal invasions of their personal possessions, homes, and businesses to seize their firearms.

The Founders understood mankind was more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the authority to which they were accustomed.

However, when King George belligerently declared, “the die is now cast, the Colonists must either submit or triumph,” the British attempted to confiscate Colonists’ arms at Lexington and Concord. The Colonists realized weapons, not words, were essential in protecting individual rights, suppressing oppression and overthrowing tyranny.

Bogus gun crisis are the rally cry of tyrants and America’s power seeking elitists who constantly proclaim the 23,000 federal, state and local gun control laws are inadequate in reducing gun violence and making law-breakers and terrorists harmless, when their obvious goal is to make the law-abiding helpless.

This was evident when President Obama, Hillary Clinton, the New York Times, New Republic, and the anti-gun zealots approved and praised the success of Australia’s and England’s mandatory buy-backs and confiscation of their citizens’ firearms.

I hope they recall the speech by Obama’s appointed Manufacturing Czar, Ron Bloom, when he quoted Mao-Tse-Tung as follows: “Political power comes out the barrel of a gun,” before challenging 115 million, freedom-loving gun owners.

If they should try confiscating America’s constitutional protected firearms, I, just as our Founders, would bet a bullet on people’s liberation over government’s subjugation.