get all upset about guns. I like it that people have guns. I don't like
it that people have dogs. Dogs are like guns with brains of their own.
Not much brains, but brains nonetheless. No one should own a dog.
They should be banned. 600,000 children get mauled every year by dogs.
Usually by their own dog. Where is the media? And Obama makes a big
deal about how he owns a dog. But he shouldn't own one. They should all
be taken away and the species should be exterminated, because I was
once bit as a child on my paper route by one. It's hard to get over it.
The Constitution doesn't protect dogs. But we need laws that scoot these creatures back out into the wild where they belong.
Obama was sworn to protect the Constitution, but he is trying to change it. He is trying to historicize it. It's not as if we can't all see what he's doing. He's claiming the second amendment only refers to muskets. Go ahead and have a musket, he sneers. But we have a right to own guns. I don't like the effect of guns on lunatics any more than anyone else. But let's make a law against the lunatics, not the guns. Guns are constitutional.
People try similar tricks in the church with the Bible. They historicize. Well, that means that then. But now is now. So they think they can deny the eternal authority of the Bible.
Communists with guns, such as Mao, said that law comes from the end of a gun. It does not. It comes from God.
The left says that they got it right in the last election with the Hispanics by offering illegals sanction. If, however, the main reason that people want to come here is because we have laws that work, then coming here illegally to get in on our legal system, is a paradox at best. To become a criminal in order to sneak in under the wire and become legal, is just plain wrong on its face. I realize we are surrounded by the exploded remains of unfortunate feudal Catholic and Buddhist systems such as those left by the Spanish to bloat and fester like horses' heads across the Mexican landscape, or the remains of the Chinese government that has abandoned all legality and harvests organs from political prisoners. Still, we should stick to our guns. And to our legal traditions. And to capitalism. These are all Protestant notions first advanced by Martin Luther.
I'm not saying we should shoot illegals down like dogs (Cain's idea of what to do about the border). This is itself a lapse into illegality. We need laws that are above-ground and can face severe criticism and yet remain fair. Then we need to enforce them without prejudice and without regard to who has broken them. If they have been here longer, they should still go home until we get to a solid and decent starting point and legality has been restored. We should not pander to illegals in order to garner votes from their homies. Two wrongs doesn't make a right. If we're going to be right, we should be right, even if we're the only ones left.
I didn't understand Romney's "self-deportation" model. This was an attempt to make the lives of others uncomfortable. I deny the legality of this. We have to refine the laws, not let them go. And then we need a president who is willing to support the laws and the Constitution, instead of constantly finding loopholes, as he did with the OBL sanction, and Obamacare, and his method of appointing officials, and his model of throwing money at pet causes without letting us see what's in the sausage he's throwing to the dogs.
Law is the reason our country is great. We need a president and a Congress who will understand this. We need judges who are neither clowns nor whores.