Saturday, February 23, 2013

MUST SEE VIDEO - Dan Bongino "No Such Thing As Gun Control, Only People Control"

Across America today, rallies are being held as part of a "Day of Resistance" against the executive orders issued by Dictator in Chief Richard Milhous Obama as a form of attacking the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.

Almost a month ago in Annapolis, MD, Dan Bongino, a former Secret Service agent who ran unsuccessfully for US Senate last year (met him at CPAC 2012), gave an off-the-cuff speech about a month ago at a Guns Across America rally that was captured in this video that Independent Journal Review posted and apparently is starting to catch fire.

You must hear this and pass this along...

"There is no such thing as gun control. Don't co-opt their language. There is only people control. I can prove it to you. ...I never arrested or investigated someone on a gun crime who had that gun legally. ...Do not co-opt the language. When they own the language, they own the argument. ...We live in a society of wolves. You do not fight back by creating more sheep."
Isn't that the truth?  What do you think Obamacare is?  Serious health-care reform?  No way! Democrat Rep. John Dingbell, a big proponent of socialized medicine, said the following after that bill was crammed down our throats in 2010.
"It takes a long time to do necessary administrative steps that have to be taken to put legislation together to control the people."
Even some black ministers are echoing Bongino's statement (CNSNews, via Gateway Pundit).
Ken “The Hutch” Hutcherson, former linebacker with the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys and pastor of the Antioch Bible Church, told “gun control is about controlling people.” asked: From what was said today, it seems in fact that gun control hurts the African American community.
“It absolutely does, there’s no doubt about it,” Hutcherson said. “It began that way with history. You see why there was so much gun control earlier in life – in American life – because it controlled African Americans.
“Gun control is about controlling people,” he said. “We need to understand that those who need to be trained, who need to be armed is the African American community, and I don’t understand why any African American that is there in Congress right now would have the slightest thought about taking guns away from African Americans. We need them.”
And the way the liberals ask you submit is to always to it "for the greater good."

1 comment:

Kalashnikat said...

...calling OBambi "Richard Milhous..." descrates the memory of a President who had the decency to resign in the face of a relatively small peccadillo, compared to the outrage after outrage that Barrack Ogabe has perpetrated...