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Saturday, January 8, 2011

It only takes 1 crazy person with a gun to stampede Liberal democrates and left leaning republicans into a frenzy

Open Gifford’s Page and check for yourself. Lower left – take a look before this gets deleted! Apparently, they knew each other!

Open Gifford’s Page and check for yourself. Lower left – take a look before this gets deleted! Apparently, they knew each other!

(It only takes 1 crazy person with a gun to stampede Liberal democrates and left leaning republicans into a frenzy of "well meaning" rash conclusions about guns and legitimate gun owners. Obama will use this 'crisis' to ram some kind of rash gun legislation through congress or try to. It will not be for the public's protection but will decrease the public's protection I'm sure.

Americans buy and own guns including Arizona U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords to protect themselves. A homeowner can protect himself against deadly force only if he is prepared. Its the same for anyone out in the public. Even if you are prepared it is sometime not enough.

If only 1 man or woman with a concealed weapon could have used their gun to protect themselves and others jared loughner could have been stopped quickly.

If a madman such as jared loughner is in the crowd your best protection is your own concealed weapon. At least you would have a fighting chance.

Violence against public officals or any American such as jared loughner has committed should be condemned.

The lesson to be learned here is the fact any nut with a gun can shoot anybody for any reason, especially a Liberal left POTHEAD.

The key word is NUT.

Law abiding gun owners should not be confused with a nut like jared loughner.

Its a case of a NUT with a gun that has used the gun to commit murder.

My prayers are with Arizona U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and the others that survived the assault of a mad man.) Story Reports
Canada Free press
Tragedy in Tucson: Profile of the shooter

The man arrested for the attack on Rep Giffords in Tucson this morning has been identified as 22 year-old Jared Lee LOUGHNER, DOB 9/10/1988 of Soledad Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. The suspect’s created a You Tube channel on or about 15 December 2010, that includes a complete profile and reading interests that include The Communist Manifesto. Since December, the suspect created and uploaded five short video segments, most text over dark background, that appear to illustrate his delusional ramblings about government and thought control.

Karl Marx’s Communist Manifesto – 1848

1. Abolish private property
2. Heavy, progressive income tax
3. Abolish rights of inheritance
4. Confiscation of property rights
5. Central bank
6. Government ownership of communication and transportation
7. Government ownership of factories and agriculture
8. Government control of labor
9. Corporate farms, regional planning
10. Free education for all children in public schools. Combination of education with industrial production.

(The above Communist Manifesto sounds like what the obama administration is now implementing or trying to implement.) Story Reports

Communist Rules for Revolution

1. Corrupt the young; get them away from religion
2. Break down the old moral virtues
3. Encourage civil disorders ... and a soft government attitude toward crime
4. Divide the people into hostile groups (race, religion, etc.)
5. Get the people's minds off the government by focusing their attention on athletics, sex, inc.
6. Get control of all the media
7. Destroy the people's faith in their leaders
8. Cause the registration of all firearms ... to eventually confiscate

(Again these rules for communists apply to Liberal leaders.) Story Reports
Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik

"...when you look at unbalanced people, how they respond to the vitriol that comes out of certain mouths"

"the hatred, the bigotry that goes on in this country is getting to be outrageous"

"this individual may have a mental issue, and I think that people who are unbalanced are especially susceptible to vitriol"

The following quotes are from barack obama. He has been perfectly described by Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik.

** Obama: “They Bring a Knife…We Bring a Gun”
** Obama to His Followers: “Get in Their Faces!”
** Obama on ACORN Mobs: “I don’t want to quell anger. I think people are right to be angry! I’m angry!”
** Obama to His Mercenary Army: “Hit Back Twice As Hard”
** Obama on the private sector: “We talk to these folks… so I know whose ass to kick.“
** Obama to voters: Republican victory would mean “hand to hand combat”
** Obama to lib supporters: “It’s time to Fight for it.”
** Obama to Latino supporters: “Punish your enemies.”
** Obama to democrats: “I’m itching for a fight.”
Congress Passes Bill to Stop Mentally Ill From Getting Guns in 2007.

Prompted by the Virginia Tech University shootings, Congress yesterday approved legislation that would help states more quickly and accurately identify potential firearms buyers with mental health problems that disqualify them from gun ownership under federal law.

The deaths of 32 people in a shooting rampage by a mentally ill student on the Virginia Tech campus spurred Congress to address long-standing gaps in state records reporting that allowed the killer to purchase two guns.

The resulting bill -- based on legislation that had languished for years -- drew overwhelming bipartisan support, and the backing of both the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence and the National Rifle Association. Its Democratic sponsors worked for months to bring it to a vote, after Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) placed a hold on it.

"We can never know if we could have prevented the shootings" at Virginia Tech, said Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.), who sponsored the Senate version of the bill. Its House sponsor was Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-N.Y.).

"It is a shame that we're again called to act on this five-year-old legislation in the face of tragedy, but now it is Congress's moment to take a huge step toward fixing a broken system," Schumer said.

Schumer and McCarthy introduced a similar bill in 2002, after a mentally ill gunman killed a priest and a parishioner at a church in New York.

Yesterday, after a compromise prompted Coburn to lift his hold, the Senate and the House passed the bill in quick succession. It is headed to President Bush for his signature.

Speaking on the Senate floor, Coburn called the bill "a balance . . . for protection. But it's also a balance to preserve rights."

The bill more clearly defines which mental health records must be reported by states and federal agencies to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS). The NICS is used by gun dealers to determine whether potential firearms buyers are legally qualified to buy a gun.

States and state courts would receive as much as $375 million each year for five years to streamline and improve the processing of mental health information used to flag people ineligible to own a gun. States that fail to comply with the requirements could lose federal crime-fighting funds, while states with good reporting records could qualify for financial incentives.

The bill would also require states to share disqualifying mental health information with the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security to make its records available to the NICS.

As part of a deal forged with the powerful gun lobby, the bill provides money to encourage states to allow thousands of people with allegations of mental illness on their records to petition for the restoration of their gun-ownership rights. The total includes more than 80,000 veterans.

The NRA supports the bill, saying it contains no new restrictions on gun ownership, only measures to improve compliance with restrictions that exist.

The law "is just so right for the country," said Joe Samaha, whose 18-year-old daughter, Reema, was killed in the Virginia Tech massacre April 16. "We're not saying that no one should own a gun. But if you've been adjudicated mentally ill, you should not. And this finally gives states the incentive to put people like that in the National Instant Criminal Background Check System data base."

Seung Hui Cho, the 23-year-old student who bought two semiautomatic handguns and killed 32 people in a 10-minute shooting rampage, would have been barred from buying a gun by federal law, which prohibits those judged to be "mentally defective" and a danger to themselves or others from buying firearms.

But gaps in Virginia's reporting system allowed his name to come up clear, even though a judge in 2005 had deemed him a danger to himself and ordered him to receive outpatient psychiatric care.

Giving states incentives to report all disqualifying mental health information was a key recommendation of the panel appointed by Virginia Gov. Timothy M. Kaine (D) to investigate the shootings. "The point of sale has got to be given a lot of attention," said W. Gerald Massengill, retired superintendent of the Virginia State Police, who chaired the panel.

"The more information we have on individuals who are not eligible to purchase firearms that can be put into those data banks," the better the chances of keeping guns out of "the wrong hands," he said.
(Obviously jared loughner was not considered a threat as a mentally ill person. Even if he was all the legislation in the world would not stop someone like Mr Liberal pothead loughner from getting an illegal weapon and using it to commit a crime.

Citizens that carry concealed weapons are the best deterrent to people like jared loughner.
Congress will only help people like loughner by further trying to limit the Constitutional right of US citizens to defend themselves against a pothead nutcase like loughner.)
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Also very strange indeed is the interview of the parents on NBC’s ‘DATELINE’ program. The parents of the 9-year old girl shot by loughner. The parents don’t really appear to be grief stricken. They’re on camera doing an interview, ’laughing!’. ???????)
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01/ 9/2011

Jared Loughner’s behavior recorded by college classmate in e-mails

From June 10:

“As for me, Thursday means the end to week two of algebra class. It seems to be going by quickly, but then I do have three weeks to go so we’ll see how I feel by then. Class isn’t dull as we have a seriously disturbed student in the class, and they are trying to figure out how to get rid of him before he does something bad, but on the other hand, until he does something bad, you can’t do anything about him. Needless to say, I sit by
the door.”

From June 14:

“We have a mentally unstable person in the class that scares the living crap out of me. He is one of those whose picture you see on the news, after he has come into class with an automatic weapon. Everyone interviewed would say, Yeah, he was in my math class and he was really weird. I sit by the door with my purse handy. If you see it on the news one night, know that I got out fast…”

“The class’s instructor, Ben McGahee, said in an interview Sunday that Loughner had been removed from class in its third or fourth week, because of repeated disruptions.”

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