Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Wayne LaPierre, CEO of the NRA- Responds to Obama's Inaugural address

Wayne LaPierre responded to Obama's Inaugural address.  He is getting blasted for it from the media.  He focuses on Obama saying "Absolutism" during the inaugural speech.   He says Obama said "absolutism" in reference to the 2nd amendment and it's meaning is not where the U.S. citizens  can have any type arms they want.

LaPierre says "We need to have the same Freedoms as the "elite" and be able to keep our children safe at schools, just as those in D.C.

He goes through all the "red tape" of what Obama wants to accomplish with gun control.  He says Obama wants to tax or confiscate guns as the end result, from wanting a National Gun Registration.
LaPierre says "We have absolutism" in our Rights and the government is trying to take them away."  

He did use a reference to a Supreme Court Justice in a quote about "absolutes" of our Rights and Freedoms.  He is getting trashed on that because at that time those in the Supreme Court including the justice that he quoted ruled against a case and our Rights of Guns.

I have read articles about LaPierre's speech on the net.  It is amazing how he is getting trashed.  But that is the way of the media.

I personally thought it was a Good Speech Overall.    But I personally believe in our Rights and Freedoms!


  1. "I personally thought it was a Good Speech Overall. But I personally believe in our Rights and Freedoms!"

    obummer's speech is just words - as worth-less as all the other lies he's told over the past 4-5years. He gives not a rat's behind about "rights and freedoms" - he's a tyrant. Deal with it

  2. Actually we need to be armed equal to the military as the "milita". We should have comparable "personal" weapons that can be determined as practical by the armed and coordinated militia. "Practical" may even be applied to beyond "personal weapons".

    Did you know it's in the Constitution that Congress is authorized to arm the militia? Not many people know that.

  3. Sherrie -

    Thank you for your special website and for following this big government / media hoax. I've also followed it and a couple of days ago authored my 4th web article commentary of this propaganda event. I hope your website is not one of those holier-than-thou and "high and mighty" websites which won't allow someone commenting to accent their own comment with a link to one of their own self-authored articles:

    Sandy Hook: Believing government and its propaganda media

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    Keep up the great work you do!

  4. Wayne LaPierre has a problem. He, like many others think, the first two clauses of the second amendment are for tearing off, and cleaning guns with. Arguably the most conservative justice Scalia doesn't agree with LaPierre's choice of applying absolutism to the second amendment. So as a result, Wayne dodges to his pick, Hugo Black. He selected Hugo Black because of Black's usage of the word absolutism as it applies to the bill of rights.
    Here's the part Wayne is missing. Hugo Black has presided over a unanimous decision that completely rejects LaPierre's "preferred absolutism" application to the second amendment.
    "In the absence of any evidence tending to show that possession or use of a 'shotgun having a barrel of less than eighteen inches in length' at this time has some reasonable relationship to the preservation or efficiency of a well regulated militia, we cannot say that the Second Amendment guarantees the right to keep and bear such an instrument."
    If you disagree, kindly put your freedom to the test, and carry a sawed off shotgun around. We learned as children this is NOT part of being a law abiding citizen.