Monday, September 7, 2009

Pop A Cap For Jesus 'n Justice

A while back we looked in on the Arkansas debate over whether the legislature of that state should allow guns in churches:
"A minister who was shot in the back in church immediately after a sermon does not want worshippers carrying guns in church.

Another church goer and leader in a movement which advocates carrying concealed firearms does want worshippers carrying guns in church."
(Pop a Cap for Jesus). Evidently this "enlightened movement" is spreading to other parts of Arkansas:
"It was just too much, having to return to court twice on the same day to contest yet another traffic ticket, and Fire Chief Don Payne didn't hesitate to tell the judge what he thought of the police and their speed traps.

The response from cops? They shot him. Right there in court."
(Huffington Post). Yep, the good ole boy cops who take their guns to town, church, and to court, had to put down this anarchist, in open court, to save freedom in the homeland.

Some of them I am sure are listening to politicians. One such politician said that if the voters did not elect her she would have to resort to guns to put down tyranny:
"We have the chance to fight this battle at the ballot box before we have to resort to the bullet box," Crabill said. "That's the beauty of our Second Amendment rights ... Our Second Amendment rights were to guard against tyranny."
(Hate Crimes & Terrorism Merging). Does this imply that she will shoot voters who do not vote for her?

These are a few cases among very many that inspired the post a while back asking the question "Is There a National Dementia?"

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