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Monday, December 31, 2012

An Open Letter to Senator Marco Rubio on Gun Control

Sen. Rubio:

I hope that we can count on your support for upholding your oath of office and defend our 2nd. Amendment rights. This is not about semi-automatic weapons it is about who can have them. This is not about gun control but population control and we know it.

You people in the District of Corruption need to wake up and realize that We The People have had enough of you the tyrants. Your constant assault on our Liberties and Freedoms as defined by the Bill of Rights is not transmutable but finite. The last 4 words of the 2nd. Amendment reads as follows: "Shall Not Be Infringed" now what part of that statement don’t you and the rest of the DC ruling class elites comprehend.

Your direct defiance of your oath of office by signing legislation like NDAA 2012, the 2 debt ceiling increases, the refusal to investigate Fast & Furious, Benghazi, stimulus 1 & 2, QE1 2 3 3.5, I would run out of room just listing the criminal actions that have been committed that you and your colleagues have turned a blind eye to.                 

You incompetent assholes haven't passed a budget in going on 4+ years and you still can't because you are all too gutless to do what needs to be done. As I am writing this it is taking every ounce of restraint I can muster to keep from verbally chastising you for your actions and your co-conspirators who infest our government. You have spent me, my children and now my grandchildren into poverty and you come back for more. You and your cohorts gall is astounding!

And now the communist side of this coin wants to use the actions of a deranged lunatic created by their secular progressive humanist agenda to take my only defense against their miscreant bastard offspring that will take to the streets very shortly when this government succeeds in crashing this economy. And that is why they want them, WAKE UP Senator; you’re being played the fool!
Let me be perfectly clear on this with the military oath I took 2 months before you were born:

"I, Keith Westbrook, do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic, that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office upon which I am about to enter; So help me God."
Tell the rest of your comrades we will not be: 1916 RUSSIA, 1932 GERMANY, 1946 CHINA, 1955 N. KOREA, 1976 CAMBODIA, etc.

Please feel free (I INSIST) in passing this along with the following sentiment on the subject:

"Molon Labe"                                                                                                                       

Dr. Keith C. Westbrook Ph.D.                                                                                       
Pres. Conservative Party – Florida                                                                                
P.O. Box 358968, Gainesville, Fl. 32635-8968                                                            
352-327-1151 fax:352-332-1699                                         

Thursday, December 27, 2012

The Right to Bear Arms

A Guest Blog : By Larry N. Smith, M.D., F.A.C.S.                                                                                    President of the Institute of Gainesville.

The Supreme Court of the United States has upheld the meaning and intent of the Second Amendment. Much has been made of the Heller decision, but in the context of the history of the Second Amendment and the milieu in which it was written, it is easy to appreciate the strict constitutional interpretation whence came the 5-to-4 decision.

The right of law-abiding American citizens to bear arms was clearly outlined by Justice Scalia’s majority opinion, but this will not go unchallenged by those who side with the minority. Attempts at using the argument “for the good of public health” as a justifiable reason to limit or annul the Second Amendment must be tempered with a realistic understanding of the pathology of the public-health problem. This desire to “regulate” one amendment can only lead to the de-facto regulation of the other amendments.

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